Shonda Rhimes has no plans to end 'Grey’s Anatomy,' or to add a new character to 'Scandal'
Shonda Rhimes has no plans to end “Grey’s Anatomy,” or to add a new character to “Scandal”
Asked about ending “Grey’s,” which enters its 11th season next year, Rhimes responded: "Right now, as long as I am still interested in what happens next, I am not thinking about that.” She also said that there are no plans to add a new Gladiator in the wake of Columbus Short’s exit.
Shonda Rhimes didn’t consider a Twitter hashtag when coming up with the “How to Get Away With Murder” title
Should the hashtag be #HowToGetAwayWithMurder or #HTGAWM?
ABC defends its push for diverse shows
“When they come in with real specificity … when they bring you authentic, relatable stories, you really have no other choice than to pick them up,” ABC Entertainment chief Paul Lee says. “When I watch ‘Fresh Off the Boat,’ when I watch ‘Black-ish,’ when I watch ‘Cristela,’ I am one of those families.”
Erin Andrews reacts to her ascension to NFL on Fox’s No. 1 sideline reporter
"I know I have huge, huge shoes to fill,” she says of replacing Pam Oliver, adding: "I can't thank her enough for being a wonderful role model. This is not going to be easy for me."
“Selfie” creator sticks up for using a “provocative” word for her title
“It becomes a descriptive word for us,” says exec producer Emily Kapnek. "It felt natural to keep it as the title of the show.”
Watch “The Wonder Years” stars reunite
Cast members appeared together this morning on “GMA."
“Masters of Sex” returns slightly down, "Ray Donovan" has an impressive return
The Season 2 premiere attracted 825,000 viewers in its first airing Sunday. Meanwhile, "Ray Donovan's" numbers were about steady without the benefit of a "Dexter" lead-in.
ABC “a little disappointed” with “Rising Star’s” ratings
But ABC Entertainment chief Paul Lee adds: “I think they learned on the roll extremely well, and the episodes now are really high quality.”
ABC pressed on why “The Goldbergs” isn’t more Jewish
Responded ABC’s Paul Lee: “I don’t think there’s anybody in the country who watches The Goldbergs who doesn’t think it’s a show about a Jewish family; I think it’s pretty explicit."
ABC regrets not airing spinoff “Wonderland” in “Once Upon a Time’s” timeslot
"Once Upon a Time in Wonderland” might have stood a chance had it aired during “Once Upon a Time’s” hiatus, instead of on Thursday nights, said ABC Entertainment chief Paul Lee. PLUS: There are no plans for a “Frozen” spinoff, and ABC is “loving” the new “Agents of SHIELD” scripts.
Joss Whedon follows up his “Buffy” drawing with a “Firefly” napkin drawing
Check out “Firefly: The New Lame Drawing."
"The Hotwives of Orlando” hits Hulu
Will the “Real Housewives” sendup starring Angela Kinsey, Kristen Schaal and Casey Wilson put Hulu on the map?