Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes’ new Netflix deal left the future of ABC’s flagship medical drama in question, and it seems fans have Ellen Pompeo to thank for its return. A new tell-all interview details Pompeo’s quest to balance the pay scales and earn a producer’s credit; likely guaranteeing Grey’s Anatomy a fifteenth and sixteenth season.
Olivia Pope, meet Annalise Keating. Shondaland may collapse in on itself before Scandal comes to an end, as Shonda Rhimes confirms that How to Get Away With Murder and Scandal will film two crossover episodes for the coming months.
If you thought Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes had carte blanche at ABC, wait until you see her on Netflix. The famed Shondaland has officially gone streaming with a major new Netflix development deal that’s bound to have ABC reeling.
Even gladiators must fall. So it is, that Olivia Pope may have officially handled her last Scandal, with reports claiming the Kerry Washington-Shonda Rhimes drama will come to an end with the seventh season next year.
Welp, that was fast! Just a short while after ABC released its full fall 2015 lineup, here come the trailers. The Muppets go “adult” in the first mockumentary preview for their new series, while Uncle Buck lives, FBI agents join Quantico, and even Community star Ken Jeong gets in the three-camera sitcom game by the latest trailers.
Last night, Grey’s Anatomy fans were heartbroken and shocked to discover that one of their favorite, most enduring characters would be killed off in the newest episode — hours before it even aired. Thanks to a mistake made by Entertainment Weekly, the death of Patrick Dempsey’s Dr. Derek Shepherd (aka “McDreamy”) was well-known before audiences had the chance to watch the episode. That should have taken some of the sting out by allowing them to prepare for the tragic, abrupt death of Shepherd, but instead it only served to exacerbate outrage.