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Greys Anatomys Eric Dane Rewatches His 1991 Saved by the Bell Role

A decade and a half before he was McSteamy on Greys Anatomy, Eric Dane was just a cocky volleyball-playing dude on Saved by the Bell, and the ladies of Today dug up the footage as proof!   Read More...

'Grey's Anatomy' Adds 'Off the Map' Alum as New Series Regular

The long-running medical drama is adding to a new face in the wake of Patrick Dempsey's shocking exit.    Read More...

ABC fall TV 2015 premiere dates released

ABC has announced its premiere schedule for fall TV 2015, kicking things off with the premiere of "Dancing With the Stars" on Monday, Sept. 14. "Beyond the Tank," the "Shark Tank" spinoff that looks into the lives of the entrepreneurs after they've left the show, will air Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT until new drama "Wicked City" takes over that time slot on Oct. 27. RELATED: CBS fall TV 2015 premiere date scheduleOne other thing to note -- the new Don Johnson-Chace Crawford drama that was previously known as "Oil" is now called "Blood & Oil." The full premiere schedule is below, all times Eastern.Monday, Sept. 14"Dancing With the Stars," 8 p.m.Monday, Sept. 21 "Castle," 10 p.m.Tuesday, Sept. 22"The Muppets," 8 p.m."Fresh Off the Boat," 8:30 p.m."Dancing With the Stars" results show, 9 p.m.Wednesday, Sept. 23"The Middle," 8 p.m."The Goldbergs," 8:30 p.m."Modern Family," 9 p.m. "Black-ish," 9:30 p.m."Nashville, 10 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24"Grey's Anatomy," 8...

Jason George Promoted to Series Regular on Grey's Anatomy Season 12

According to a recent report, Grey's Anatomy will add a new male surgeon on Season 12, ostensibly to replace Derek Shepherd. But Entertainment Weekly first reports that another male will be seeing a lot more screen time when this ABC hit returns in September: Jason George has been promoted to series regular.   Read More...

TURN's Idara Victor Shares Stories About Grey's, Mad Men and More

A recurring feature in which we ask your favorite stars to reminisce about past gigs Idara Victors second TV acting gig ever, she found herself having a really hard time figuring out what was what on the Manhattan set of NBCs Law & Order: SVU. You can officially call yourself a New York actor when []

Grey's Anatomy Season 12: New Male Doc Poised to Check In

McDreamy 2.0? In the wake of Patrick Dempseys surprise departure from Greys Anatomy, ABCs still-durable medical soap is looking to add a major new male presence in Season 12, TVLine has learned exclusively. According to fresh casting intel, Shonda Rhimes & Co. are searchingfor a name actor in his late 30s to late 40s to []

A Return to Greys Anatomy Would Be Katherine Heigls Best Career Move

It s been over five years since Katherine Heigl walked off the Grey s Anatomy set and never came back. But it s no longer 2010, and a lot has changed in Katherine s life, and we think it s high time for a triumphant return.  Read More...

Greys Anatomy: Jeffrey Dean Morgan Understands Patrick Dempseys Exit

Though they intersected on Grey's Anatomy a decade or so ago in Season 2 Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Denny Duquette) sympathizes with Patrick Dempsey (Derek Shepherd) and his departure from the show.  Read More...

Greys Anatomys Lance Gross Marries Rebecca Jefferson

Grey's Anatomy actor Lance Gross married his fiancee, Rebecca Jefferson, on Saturday, May 23 in Los Angeles. Guests at the wedding included Kelly Rowland and Terrence Jenkins.   Read More...

It's Time for Katherine Heigl to Return to Grey's Anatomy, and Here's Why -

**Beware of spoilers if you haven't caught up on Grey's Anatomy ** Having killed off Patrick Dempsey ’s Derek, Grey’s Anatomy will be headed into its 12th season this fall with less than half of its original ensemble scrubbing in. But it doesn’t have to be that way, not if Katherine Heigl returns as Izzie. And, if you ask me, it could — and definitely should — happen. Before you go calling for a psych consult on my behalf, I know all about Heigl’s stormy relationship with the medical drama. Heck, I even wrote a cover story about it during my years at Entertainment Weekly. The thing is, there has never been a better time — for her, for the show, for all concerned — to bury the scalpel. Read more at .