The Catch Review: Total Lack of Surprise in New Shondaland Drama Is the Biggest Surprise of All
There’s an implicit promise built in to ABC’s #TGIT programming block: READ MORE
Grey's Anatomy's Jerrika Hinton Nabs Lead in Shondaland Comedy Pilot
The doctor is… possibly out?
Grey’s Anatomy‘s Jerrika Hinton has been cast as the female lead opposite New Zealand import Jono Kenyon in the Shondaland pilot Toast. READ MORE
Shonda Rhimes, #TGIT Stars Declare, 'I'm With Hillary' In Unprecedented Campaign Ad — Watch Video
That pit stop presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton made to the Scandal set last week is starting to make a lot more sense. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Shonda Rhimes' Romeo & Juliet Sequel Drama Snags Formal ABC Pilot Order
The Romeo & Juliet sequel saga you forgot even existed has escaped death at ABC. READ MORE
Grey's Anatomy: A 'Reinvigorated' Patrick Dempsey Weighs In on Ex-Boss Shonda Rhimes' 'Provocative' Reveal About Killing Off a Disliked Actor
Did Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes whack Derek Shepard because she disliked Patrick Dempsey? READ MORE
ABC's 'TGIT,' Empire and black-ish Lead NAACP Image Award Nominations
The #TGITNAACP hashtag is coming soon to a Twitter near you.
Producer Shonda Rhimes’ powerhouse Thursday-night lineup on ABC (marketed as ‘TGIT’) scored eight nominations READ MORE
Shonda Rhimes Admits Killing Off a Character Because She Disliked Actor — Let's Poll This!
Shonda Rhimes kicked up quite the cliffhanger during her current Year of Yes media blitz. READ MORE & VOTE
Billy on the Street Visits Shondaland — and Amy Sedaris [Bleeps] a Nurse!
Welcome to “Gay American Ninja Warrior” — AKA Billy on the Street‘s visit to Shondaland. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
People's Choice Awards 2016: Empire, Pretty Little Liars Among TV Nominees
The People have spoken, and they really like Cookie.
Nominations for the 2016 People’s Choice Awards — being hosted by Jane Lynch on Wednesday, Jan. 6 (CBS, 9/8c) — were announced Tuesday READ MORE
Shondaland, Scandal Stars Developing Nanny Dramedy for ABC
Scandal‘s own Kerry Washington and Katie Lowes are among the executive producers on board for a comedic drama about nannys being developed for ABC by Shondaland. READ MORE