There are a handful of people that we’ve grown to really care about that are preparing to make their exit from Grey’s Anatomy soon. Amongst them are husband/wife/screenwriting/directing/producing team Tony Phelan and Joan Rater. They’ve been a fantastic, dynamo of a duo for years now and they recently helped mark the end of their era with a carnival for the cast and crew! Here are a few pics!
(Source|Tony Phelan via Twitter)
This is SO awesome! What a wonderful way to end the year and a fantastic ride in Shondaland!
The beautifully talented Krista Vernoff, former executive producer/writer for Grey’s Anatomy, has taken to Twitter to share her thoughts concerning Sandra Oh. Read it below!
I don’t tweet about #GreysAnatomy much, mostly because leaving was so hard. It feels like graduating college and then going back and visiting. The party’s still going on, but you’re not a part of it anymore. It used to be your whole world, and now you’re an outsider. I spent 7 years at Grey’s. That’s longer than I’ve ever stayed at any job, or any school, or even lived in any house. So it was hard to leave. Hard? It was brutal. It was time to leave and it felt right to leave and still…I don’t tweet about Greys much. But today is Ms. Sandra Oh’s last shooting day. And tonight is the beginning of Cristina’s last four episodes. So I’m tweeting. I’m tweeting to say, for the record, loudly and publicly, that the privilege of writing for Sandra was one of the highest highlights and deepest privileges of my career. Her talent is bottomless. Her passion as an artist, inspiring. Her depth of soul, her thoughtfulness, her kindness, and compassion, her endless creativity and commitment to the art of it all — not the business — the art — makes her a person I would write for any time, anywhere, any way possible. I’m a fan. Of Sandra. And of Cristina Yang, whom I was so privileged to get to help create. Cristina was initially Shonda’s brainchild but the writers’ room is like a village and so Cristina became all of ours to mold and raise and I’m so proud of the work we did. I think Cristina is an extraordinary character on the page. And in Sandra’s hands? She’s iconic. So I’m tweeting to say thank you to @shondarhimes for letting me write so much of Cristina and to @iamsandraoh for breathing such life and depth into her and to you, the fans, for watching and caring as deeply as you do and always have. Thank you. I love Grey’s Anatomy.
(Source|Krista Vernoff via Twitter)
I’ve always like Krista. She added something particularly awesome to Grey’s. And though she’s been gone from GA for a little while now, it’s nice to hear her voice her heart about a woman she herself had the personal privilege of knowing and the character she so graciously helped create.
Have you been enjoying the songs since GA has returned from hiatus? If so, we’re in for a lot more 80s covers!
ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy has always been a launch pad for new music, and now the veteran medical drama has embarked on a new tune: modern covers of 1980s hits.
And, according to Rhimes and music supervisor Alex Patsavas, the remainder of Grey’s Anatomy‘s 10th season will feature only music from the ’80s Covers project.
“Shonda had this idea back in the fall, and we started to talk about songs she knew would make sense with the story,” Patsavas tells The Hollywood Reporter. “We started with a couple of songs that she was interested in seeing if there were great modern interpretations for. But at some point along the way, she felt strongly that the way to tell the story in the second half of the season was to use modern interpretations of her favorite songs of the ’80s and the songs she felt would tell the story the best.”
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The wait is OVER! And wowza!!!! We’d venture to say that it was worth it! Here is a bit of a run-down of what happened!
ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy returned from its midseason hiatus Thursday with a modest time jump and fully loaded episode that set the table for the remainder of its 10th season.
1. April makes her choice — and it’s Jackson (Jesse Williams). They eloped to Reno and are keeping their relationship a secret from everyone. (Check out our postmortem interview with Drew here.)
6. Stephanie (Jerrika Hinton) is still in shock after Jackson ditched her for April at the wedding. She tearfully confesses she knew better to Leah (Tessa Ferrer), who accuses Jackson of taking advantage of the situation considering he is their boss. (Leah accuses Arizona of doing the same with her, ditto for Cristina with Shane.) The still-scorned Leah suggests they do something about it.
7. Speaking of Leah and Stephanie, the residents file claims with HR that prompt the hospital to strongly consider a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to relationships with subordinates. Pre-existing married couples — Meredith and Derek, Arizona and Callie, Bailey and Ben — naturally are excluded. Naturally, this will put pressure on Jackson and April to reveal their marriage and Alex and Jo to figure out what their future together is.
For the rest of this explosive review, visit the source by clicking the link below!
(Source|The Hollywood Reporter)
Oh. My. God. I don’t think there’s more I can say. How about you?
Can you believe that half of Grey’s Anatomy season 10 is already over? And the remainder of the season’s episodes seem to be moving right along. Here’s proof!Read More
TVTipster‘s got the full synopsis for the mid-season premiere of Grey’s Anatomy season 10! Check it out!
“Take It Back” – The doctors face the consequences of the events that took place at April’s wedding. Meredith feels betrayed when Derek goes back on a promise, Alex is furious after returning to the hospital and hearing the news about his father, and Arizona and Callie decide whether or not to move forward together. Meanwhile, Bailey realizes she was wrong about the motive behind Ben’s decision to move back to Seattle, on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.