Entries in Grey's Anatomy (17)


Sandra Oh Leaving "Grey's Anatomy" After Upcoming Season

Photo by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic(NEW YORK) -- Sandra Oh is on the go. She's announced that she will leave Grey's Anatomy after its upcoming 10th season.

The original cast member, who plays Dr. Cristina Yang, tells The Hollywood Reporter, "Creatively, I really feel like I gave it my all, and I feel ready to let her go."

Oh says she informed series creator Shonda Rhimes of her decision at the conclusion of the most recent season. However, she didn't let her co-stars know until Tuesday, when they were reading the script for the show's 200th episode.

How Oh's character will be written off the show remains to be seen.

Grey's Anatomy returns September 26 on ABC.

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ABC's "Last Resort," CBS' "Elementary" Premiere Thursday Night

Hemera/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- ABC and CBS each debut a new drama on Thursday night.  Here's a closer look at all of the night's premieres.  All times Eastern:


  • Last Resort, 8 p.m. -- The new drama follows a captain and his crew of a powerful nuclear submarine, who receive mysterious orders to fire at a foreign country and find themselves under attack.  Andre Braugher and Scott Speedman star.
  • Grey's Anatomy, 9 p.m. -- The ninth season begins with the doctors at Seattle Grace dealing with the aftermath of the plane crash.
  • Scandal, 10:02 p.m. -- Season two launches with Quinn's real identity being revealed.


  • The Big Bang Theory, 8 p.m. -- Raj is feeling alone when his friends go on dates in the season-six premiere.
  • Two and a Half Men, 8:30 p.m. -- The sitcom, featuring a returning Ashton Kutcher, launches its 10th season on a new night.
  • Person Of Interest, 9 p.m. -- Jim Caviezel's Reese attempts to track down his kidnapped friend Finch in the first episode of season two.
  • Elementary, 10 p.m. -- Jonny Lee Miller is Sherlock Holmes and Lucy Liu co-stars as his female sidekick, Dr. Joan Watson, in this modern-day spin on the classic detective character, set in New York.

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First Six Minutes of Shocking "Grey’s Anatomy" Season Finale Released

ABC/RANDY HOLMES(LOS ANGELES) -- Shonda Rhimes, the creator of ABC’s Grey's Anatomy, has advised that Thursday’s season finale will contain "really shocking, horrible moments," and the just released first six minutes of the episode certainly confirms that warning. The footage is extremely graphic. 

Fans viewing last week's penultimate episode of the season saw a plane carrying the show's main characters crash in a forest.  The finale opens with the staff from Seattle Grace realizing they've been in a plane crash.

The season finale of Grey’s Anatomy airs Thursday at 9 p.m. Eastern time.

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"Grey's Anatomy" Stars Sign New Two-Season Deals

ABC/JORDIN ALTHAUS(LOS ANGELES) -- The major cast members of ABC's Grey's Anatomy are staying put for a few more years. reports Justin Chambers, Patrick Dempsey, Sandra Oh, James Pickens Jr., Ellen Pompeo and Chandra Wilson have all signed deals that will keep them on the medical drama for two more seasons.

ABC has yet to officially renew Grey's Anatomy for a ninth season, but given the stars' new contracts, the network should make the official announcement by Tuesday, when it presents its 2012-2013 schedule to advertisers.

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"Grey's Anatomy" Character Will Die in Season Finale

ABC/RANDY HOLMES(LOS ANGELES) -- The season finale of Grey's Anatomy will be a dark one.

The creator of the ABC drama, Shonda Rhimes, tells TV Guide that a "beloved character" -- in the words of the magazine -- will be killed off.  She says the episode will contain "really shocking, horrible moments" that brought the show's writers to tears.

Rhimes says it was "torture" for her to write the season finale, which airs on May 17, because she's scared of how fans might react to it.  The storyline will involve the staff members of Seattle Grace dealing with a medical case outside of the hospital.

It won't be the first time a regular character on the show has been killed off -- T.R. Knight's Dr. George O'Malley died after getting hit by a bus.

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ABC's "Desperate Housewives" Finale Airing May 13

ABC, Inc.(NEW YORK) -- The ladies of Wisteria Lane will say goodbye on May 13.  ABC has announced that Desperate Housewives will end its eight-season run on that date, with a two-hour finale.

Also of note on the network's May finale calendar: the comedy Cougar Town will wrap up its season with a one-hour episode on May 15; Grey's Anatomy will conclude its season May 17; Dancing with the Stars will crown a new champion on May 22; and Modern Family will air its finale on May 23.

Here are ABC's spring finale dates:

Tuesday, May 1
Last Man Standing

Sunday, May 6

Monday, May 7

Sunday, May 13
Once Upon a Time
Desperate Housewives (two-hour finale special)

Tuesday, May 15
Cougar Town (one-hour finale special)
Private Practice

Wednesday, May 16

Thursday, May 17
Grey’s Anatomy

Friday, May 18
Shark Tank

Sunday, May 20
America’s Funniest Home Videos

Tuesday, May 22
Dancing with the Stars the Results Show

Wednesday, May 23
The Middle
Modern Family
Don’t Trust the B---- in Apartment 23

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'The Help' Earns Leading Eight Nods for NAACP Image Awards

Eric Charbonneau/WireImage(LOS ANGELES) -- The Help is the leading nominee for this year's NAACP Image Awards, which celebrate outstanding achievements and performances of people of color in the arts.

The Help, which revolves around African-American maids in 1960s Mississippi, earned eight nominations on Thursday, including in the outstanding motion picture category.

ABC's Grey's Anatomy and the BET comedy The Game are the top TV nominees, with six nods apiece.


The 43rd NAACP Image Awards will air on NBC on Feb. 17.

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Katherine Heigl Open to Return Appearance on 'Grey's Anatomy'

ABC/RANDY HOLMES(LOS ANGELES) -- Katherine Heigl, who starred on Grey's Anatomy until her departure in 2010, says she's open to making a return appearance on the ABC series.

Heigl, who played Dr. Izzie Stevens, tells E! Online that she'd make a cameo if asked by producers, saying, "I really, really, really want to see where [Izzie] is.  I just want to know what happened to her and where she went and what she's doing now."

Two years ago, Heigl was released from her Grey's Anatomy contract early, at her request.  She stars in the film One for the Money, debuting on Jan. 27.

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Baby News for 'Grey's Anatomy's' Jessica Capshaw, Model Josie Maran

ABC/DANNY FELD(LOS ANGELES) -- Grey's Anatomy star Jessica Capshaw announced Tuesday that she and her husband, Christopher Gavigan, are expecting a child.

The 35-year-old actress, who plays Dr. Arizona Robbins on the ABC series, tweeted, "It is with profound happiness and sheer delight that [Christopher Gavigan] and I can say that another sweet Gavigan baby is on the way!"

This will be the third child for Capshaw -- whose stepfather is Steven Spielberg -- and her husband.  Gavigan is a co-founder of the baby product business The Honest Company.

Model and former Dancing with the Stars contestant Josie Maran also has a bundle of joy on the way later this year.

Her rep tells People magazine that the 33-year-old Maran and her boyfriend, photographer Ali Alborzi, are expecting their second child in July.  They currently have a five-and-a-half-year-old daughter.

Maran competed on Dancing with the Stars in 2007.

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Rebecca Gayheart and Eric Dane Have Baby Girl

ABC/Danny Feld(LOS ANGELES) -- Grey's Anatomy actor Eric Dane and wife Rebecca Gayheart welcomed their their second child, Georgia Geraldine, into the world on Dec. 28.

Gayheart, 40, and her husband Eric Dane, 39, had their first child, Billie Beatrice, in March 2010.

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