Over the weekend the Paley Center for Media announced the shows that would join them for the annual PaleyFest, held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. This year, the Fest runs March 17 to March 26, and here’s a look at what you can see if you attend! March 17 (7:30PM): THE WALKING DEAD cast and creatives March 18 (2:00PM): ARROW / THE FLASH / SUPERGIRL / LEGENDS OF TOMORROW for a Heroes vs Aliens block March 18 (7:30PM): THIS
Category Archives: Grey’s Anatomy
The 10th season of GREY’S ANATOMY premieres tonight at 9/8c with 2 all new hours that find our favorite doctors from Grey Sloan Memorial recovering from the aftermath of Season 9’s storm-filled finale. So many things are up in the air, most notably – what is the fate of Richard Webber? The many, many images released from the premiere don’t give us much information about what’s coming next, but I’m actually back on board for this season to find out!
On tonight’s all new episode of GREY’S ANATOMY (Season 9, Episode 21 – can you believe we’re almost to Season 10??), Bailey becomes the focus of a CDC investigation when several of her patients die. It becomes a tricky situation when her friends, her former students, need to act as board members first and foremost. I recently spent some time chatting with Bailey (the incomparable Chandra Wilson) about what’s coming up tonight, what’s happening in the super-scary-sounding Season finale, and
I know, I know. Grey’s is sooo passé; but I have been fortunate enough to become a fan when GA went to syndication, so it’s only been a year or so of dramas for me, rather than the full 5+ year gamut. That long, drawn out torturous trip that the majority of the die-hards have gone through, I have been on the fast track for it. This episode centers on perspective; posing the question, “What really is a bad day?”
Is there still a major frothing at the mouth fanbase for this show? I’m going to assume that there is, event though the last time GREY’S won an Emmy was…let’s just say awhile. I’ve become a late frother; watching GREY’S in syndication and online has captured me, so I’ve been really eager for the Season 8 premiere which, thankfully, is going to be a 2 hour event! This completely unrealistic look at the inner workings of a major hospital in
Meredith Grey’s got a lot of explaining to do this season and she’s wondering just exactly what she got herself into in the latest sneak peek of the Season 8 premiere. GREY’S ANATOMY returns three weeks from tonight (September 22) – will you be tuning in this season?
Day 3 of our 2010 recollection series has Brandi looking at her favorite New and Returning shows of 2010 – do you agree with her picks? New in 2010 5) Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys (GWLBWLB) Sundance Channel’s recent debut, GWLBWLB, quickly became one of my favorite new shows of 2010. Gaining over 200,000 Facebook fans before it ever aired, GWLBWLB has tapped into the zeitgeist. Focusing on four unconventional New York couples (each comprised of a gay
Welcome to Day 1 of the year in review – here’s a look back at Nicole’s 10 Favorites from 2010. Do you agree? 10. The Real Housewives of Atlanta – Nene, Kim, Dwight, nuff said. 9. The Event – Even though I think it’s going way too slow, and I’d break my neck tripping over the plot holes, I think the suspenseful act breaks and Jason Ritter make it worth the watch.
Melissa George has decided to leave GREY’S ANATOMY when her time comes. She tells Michael Ausiello that “It was [her] choice” – read his blurb here. I think I speak not only for myself but at least for Kath when I say, “And good riddance…” Nothing against Melissa George, but to me, she’ll always be Lauren Vaughn, the up-to-no-good mouth breather from ALIAS’ rocky 3rd season. And I didn’t warm to her character Sadie like I believe we were supposed to. Now, if only they’d
GREY’S ANATOMY returns tonight with all new episodes. Among the big storylines for tonight’s episode (including Sloan coming to terms with his tryst with Lexie and Izzie admitting Denny’s presence in her life) the big news is the arrival of a death row inmate at Seattle Grace who drives a wedge in Meredith’s relationships with Derek and Cristina. Eric Stoltz (who is wonderfully sarcastic and funny) plays serial killer William Dunn, and he was kind enough to spend some time with me