T.R. Knight is making his return to television, on Hulu's event series 11/22/63 . Based on a Stephen King novel, 11/22/63 stars James Franco as English teacher Jake Epping, who embarks on a quest to prevent the assassination of President Kennedy. Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/t-r-knight-joins-stephen-kings-112263/?rss=breakingnews
It was a great year for TV, which made it very difficult to choose the top 25 episodes of 2010. Recalling and, in some cases, rewatching the stand-out moments was a holiday treat. We got our first glimpse of a bespectacled Clark Kent and saw Snooki pummel Angelina. We wept as Jack Shephard took his final breath and cheered as Leslie took down a mischievous rodent wreaking havoc in Pawnee. Here's the fourth batch of TVGuide.com's weeklong countdown of the year's best episodes. 10. "Sanctuary/Death and All His Friends," Grey's Anatomy A shooter roamed through the halls of Seattle Grace, killing off many of the doctors we have come to know and love, and leaving several others on death's door, including Derek Shepherd. After Meredith offered to sacrifice herself to protect the other doctors and subsequently had a miscarriage, the veteran series was taken to a new, deeper level. 9. "Peter," Fringe This flashback hour not only expanded the show's mythology of the alternate universe, but revealed the painful backstory behind Walter's decision to kidnap Peter's doppelganger after "his" 7-year-old Peter died. John Noble's sublime dual turn delicately balanced the audacity and distress of a grieving parent. This episode also marked the debut of '80s-style opening credits. To Read More Click Here.
Katherine Heigl is gone from Grey's Anatomy, but not forgotten. This is particularly true for her co-star and on-screen husband. "I miss her all the time," Justin Chambers told E! at the Maui Film Festival. "Katherine's such a great actor. She's so fun to work off of. I really miss working with her." We've seen the last of their on-screen romance ... but we haven't heard the last of it. As we know, Alex called out for Izzie when he was shot in the Season Six finale. "I think that's a couple on TV that people will always remember," he said. "There's not much Alex without her. I think he'll be mourning Izzie for the next two seasons." To Read More Click Here .
The promotion of Sarah Drew (April) to full-time series regular status on Grey's Anatomy next season understandably elicited mixed reactions from legions of fans. Being obsessed with Derek wasn't a good way to get in viewers' good books, and nearly getting him killed during the harrowing hostage-themed finale didnât help. You can count Sarah Drew herself among April's critics. In a Q&A with Entertainment Weekly, the actress reflects on her roller-coaster first year on the show and what we might see from her this fall. Excerpts below: On being "part of the tribe" after the finale: I definitely had that feeling. April was kind of annoying this past season. [Laughs] Neurotic and really insecure." To Read More Click Here .
Today's deadline day for Emmy voters to turn in their ballots, and based on her gut-wrenching performance in last month's Grey's Anatomy finale, I'm guessing Chandra Wilson's name will be checked off a lot in the supporting actress race. As Bailey helplessly looked on as fellow doc Percy's life slipped away, her breakdown was as shocking as it was haunting. In this exclusive interview, the four-time Emmy nominee reflects on what it was like shooting the nerve-wracking episode, speculates on the fallout for her character, and opens up about the one Grey's storyline she hopes never happens. To Read More Click Here .
Following this week's welcome news about Jesse Williams becoming a series regular on Greyâs Anatomy, the discussion must inevitably turn to his character's possibilities. Specifically, Jackson's romantic chemistry with Cristina (Sandra Oh). Cristina and Owen (Kevin McKidd) certainly have had their share of rough patches, and there was already a Jackson-Cristina kiss in Season Six that had fans buzzing. For now, Williams' gut says it probably won't progress beyond that. To Read More Click here .
It's official: Sarah Drew has been welcomed into Grey's Anatomy's elite Series-Regular Society. An ABC rep confirms that Drew's deal - which kicks in this fall with the start of season 7 - was finalized this morning. News of the former Everwood actress' promotion comes 48 hours after fellow Grey's rookie Jesse Williams joined the full-time ranks at Seattle Grace. It's safe to say that fans will be slower to embrace Drew's new status, given the mostly chilly reception her character - Mercy West alum/McDreamy-obsessive April - has received. But don't underestimate the redemptive powers of both fast-rising star Drew and series creator Shonda Rhimes. And if you're looking for Exhibit A, grab some Kleenex and rewatch April's emotional heart-to-heart with Mer in the season finale. Source Here
On the May 20 season finale of Grey's Anatomy, a roving gunman with a grudge went on a killing spree at Seattle Grace Mercy West. But would anyone off the street really be able to have the run of the joint? According to Dr. Glenn P. Kelley, a cardiologist at East Jefferson General Hospital in Metairie, La., there's good news and bad: "Patient room doors do not lock," says Kelly, "so that doctors can get to them if we need to." However, "supply rooms, pharmacy rooms, and rooms with sensitive/expensive equipment and call rooms all definitely do lock." Oh, and there are entire wards- maternity and psychiatry, for example - that are kept on 24/7 lockdown to prevent the wrong folks from getting in or out. Translation: A stint in the nuthouse has never looked so good. Source Here
SPOILER ALERT: If you have yet to watch last nightâs Greyâs Anatomy finale, stop reading now. I repeat, if you have yet to watch last nightâs Greyâs Anatomy finale, stop reading now. For the last time, if you have yet to watch last nightâs Greyâs Anatomy, stop reading now. Everyone else, onward and downwardâ¦ Say what you will about Greyâs Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes (Baby killer! McDreamy shooter! Nightmare inflictor!), but the woman knows how to write a finale. Last nightâs season 6 climax - in which a crazed gunman terrorized Seattle Grace for the better part of two hours - had 15 million viewers (yours truly among them) biting their nails down to nubs while convulsing on the edge of their seats. When the dust settled, there were two significant deaths, one tragic miscarriage, and roughly 100 nagging questions. In this exclusive interview, Rhimes tackles the 20 most popular. To Read More Click Here .
We've been wary of nothings-gonna-be-the-same pronouncements when it comes to season finales, but after seeing the preview (and watching Gossip Girl's season closer), we won't take this warning from Shonda Rhimes lightly. Tonight is Grey's Anatomy's two-part season 6 finale, and the promos tell us one thing: two people are going to be shot. The two will also die, which is weird, because let's face it: if you're going to be shot, might as well be shot in a hospital. Says the official description: Gary Clark goes on a shooting rampage and shoots and kills (1) a Mercy Wester and (2) one of Seattle Grace's finest residents. As if that's not bad enough, there's also a multi-car pileup plus a fire in one of the doctors' house. Also, Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) finds out she's pregnant and her and Cristina's (Sandra Oh) surgical skills are put to the ultimate test. Derek (Patrick Dempsey) reveals a shooter is loose in the hospital. Mandy Moore will also appear on the finale, if you're into that sort of thing. Talk about pouring when it rains. Promos after the jump: Source & Preview