Private Practice Sneak Peek: Where's Pete?

Tim Daly may not be returning to Private Practice , but the status of his character will weigh heavily on the minds of his colleagues when this ABC drama returns on September 25. That's what happens when you get led off in handcuffs for the "murder" of a patient. What is going on with Pete? How is Violet reacting to the development? Watch the following clip from next week's "Aftershock" and get your first look at what's to come:

Charlie Hofheimer to Play Panicked Father on Private Practice

Charlie Hofheimer has landed a recurring role on Private Practice Season 6 . The actor, most recently seen as Peggy's boyfriend on Mad Men , will appear on multiple episodes of the ABC drama as a father whose daughter goes missing from the hospital. Read More...

VIDEO: How Will Pete Leave Private Practice?

Get ready to say farewell to Pete Wilder. When Private Practice returns, Pete will finally be on trial for the mercy killing of one of his patients — but considering Tim Daly won't actually be returning for the sixth season of the ABC medical drama, there are a few options for how Pete will say his farewell.

Fall 2012: Private Practice Season 6 Premiere Photos

Check out photos of the season premiere  episode of  Private Practice  “Aftershock” Season 6 episode 1 which airs TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. Episode Synopsis:  Addison settles into her new life after making a decision between Jake and Sam; Violet fears the worst when Pete doesn’t show up to his preliminary court hearing; and Charlotte swears Cooper to secrecy when she receives shocking news. Meanwhile, Amelia celebrates one year of sobriety and Sheldon rekindles a romance with his ex-wife, on the sixth-season premiere of “Private Practice,” TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/COLLEEN HAYES) KATE WALSH. Read More...  

True Blood’s Alfre Woodard Headed to Private Practice

This past season on True Blood, we didn’t exactly get to see a lot of Lafayette’s (Nelsan Ellis) mother dearest, the always offensive Ruby Jean (Alfre Woodard). And now, according to Entertainment Weekly, Alfre is headed to Private Practice to play the mother of a less-dramatic man, Sam Bennett. Alfre’s episode of Private Practice will air in November, but we would bet we haven’t seen the last of Ruby Jean either. Especially not after Jesus' (Kevin Alejandro) head...

Jack & Bobby Alum Matt Long Joins Private Practice

Matt Long has joined the cast of Private Practice in a recurring role, has learned exclusively. Long, well-known for playing one of the titular roles in Jack & Bobby , will play...

Private Practice Season 6 Promo: One Decision. Three Lives.

No pressure, Addison Montgomery, but you have a decision to make. And it will alter the course of three lives. So teases the short/intriguing promo for Private Practice Season 6, which we know will be the last for Kate Walsh and which may very well be the last for the ABC drama in general. As a result, Shonda Rhimes has already teased new episodes as unlike any other in show history, with no rules and no holds barred . We're not sure what that means. But we'll be tuning in September 25 to find out. Watch the first Season 6 promo now:

'Private Practice' Bloopers: The Cast Plays 'What's That Line?' (Exclusive Video)

Paul Adelstein shows off his comedic chops, while star Kate Walsh is very concerned with "air traffic" and "Arrow" star Stephen Amell makes a painful discovery.

'Private Practice' Cast Previews Season 6, Plays 'Death, Wedding or Baby'

While showrunner Shonda Rhimes mulls the show's future beyond its 13-episode order, the cast has some strong opinions on how they want their character's story to end.

Private Practice to Give Addison Which "Happy Ending?"

On September 25, Private Practice will kick off its sixth and possibly final season. But while the fate of this ABC drama is unknown, the future of its main attraction was made clear in May: Kate Walsh will depart the series after its subsequent 13 episodes. How will Addison be written out? Shonda Rhimes told TV Line during a recent set visit that she changes her mind on a weekly basis, but the "character deserves a happy ending" of some kind. Hmmm.... okay then...