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Shonda Rhimes has it, so does Obama: What is cultural competence?

Now more than ever progressives need to connect to the New American Majority & fight Smart-Ass White-Boy Syndrome

Shondaland’s ‘Still Star-Crossed’ Romeo & Juliet Sequel: Michael Offer To Direct

Michael Offer is back in Shondaland. The helmer, who directed the pilot for the Shonda Rhimes-produced hit ABC drama How To Get Away With Murder, has been tapped to direct the latest ABC drama pilot from Rhimes and Betsy Beers’ production...Show More Summary

Scandal's Taking on the 2016 Election Because Shonda Rhimes Can't Ignore That "Supreme Entertainment"

When Scandal finally returns next week, we might see a little bit of art imitating life. Picking up six months after the momentous events of November's midseason finale, Mellie Grant...

Shonda Rhimes Gets Another TV Show, This Time with Scandal's Scott Foley

As part of the new Shonda World Order that’s been set in motion, Shonda Rhimes is introducing yet another TV series—an ABC comedy from Scandal’s Jake bae Scott Foley. Read more...

6 Times It's Totally OK To Say 'No'

For a tiny word, "no" certainly can make a big impact. While "Scandal" creator Shonda Rhimes pursued a year of "yes" in 2015, fellow fierce lady Lena Dunham has vowed to say "no" in 2016. Both concepts may seem simple, but they're important stances we sometimes forget to assert. Show More Summary

Kerry Washington Says Her Scandal Scene Helped Fight the 'Shameful' Stigma of Abortion

While it wasn’t totally shocking for a Shonda Rhimes show to have an abortion scene, that episode of Scandal last year was a significant moment for primetime TV. Kerry Washington talked about its impact in an interview with WWD this week. Read more...

How To Harness The Power Of Your Squad To Achieve Your Goals

Shonda Rhimes fans are making 2016 the "year of yes," inspired by her book of the same name that instructs anxious readers to stay open to new opportunities. Meanwhile, Lena Dunham's crew is leaning into a "year of no," after the actress...Show More Summary

Shonda Rhimes: Hollywood Producers, I Got Black Leads Because I Simply Asked For It

Shonda Rhimes wants to set one thing straight about this idea that she did something unprecedented by casting diverse actors and actresses in her string of shows.

Idiot Comedian Ralphie May Went Ballistic on Chelsea Peretti For the Dumbest Reason Possible

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Don't worry, everyone. Bill Maher is here to put this #OscarsSoWhite outrage to bed once and for all by telling us why it's all actually China's fault. Thanks a bunch, Bill. (Celebitchy) Shonda Rhimes gave an awesome, super tongue.....

‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Transparent’ and ‘Fargo’ Among Top Honorees at PGA Awards — Here Are All the Winners in TV and Film

The Producers Guild of America handed out its annual awards over the weekend, honoring achievements in television and film. On the TV side, “Game of Thrones,” “Transparent” and “Fargo” scored top awards. Shonda Rhimes received a special honor, the Norman...

Shonda Rhimes: I'm Not a Trailblazer

Don't try to tell Shonda Rhimes she's a trailblazer. The Grey's Anatomy and Scandal boss, who has been praised for featuring diverse casts on her shows, accepted the Norman Lear Achievement Award at the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday,...Show More Summary

Shonda Rhimes on her PGA honor: 'I haven't fully processed it yet'

Shonda Rhimes, who grew up in University Park, finds herself more than a bit mesmerized by the notion that she's receiving the Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television from the Producers Guild of America at its 27th annual ceremony on Jan. 23. "I haven't fully processed it yet and I'm not sure...

Shonda Rhimes On Her PGA Award: 'I Deserve This'

When, at the Producer Guild Awards, Shonda Rhimes accepted the Norman Lear Award for Achievement in Television, she took ownership of her success in a way we scarcely see. “I’m going to be totally honest with you,” Rhimes told the audience, “I completely deserve this.” Read more...

Shonda Rhimes Doesn't Think It's 'Trailblazing' To Make Diverse TV

Shonda Rhimes is the latest member of Hollywood to speak about film and TV's diversity problem, explaining that there's nothing "trailblazing" about putting people of color on TV and in movies.  While accepting the Norman Lear Achievement...Show More Summary

Shonda Rhimes’s Powerful Message on Receiving Her PGA Award: ‘I Deserve This’

“I'm going to be totally honest with you, I completely deserve this,” Shonda Rhimes said after receiving the Producer Producer Guild Association’s Norman Lear Award for Achievement in Television Saturday night. “I have against the odds, courageously pioneered the art of writing for people of color as if they were human... More »

Grey's Anatomy Trailer Shows Meredith Being Attacked By A Patient

It looks like Shonda Rhimes is about to make Grey?s Anatomy fans around the country ugly cry for the 600th time. ABC just released a trailer for the midseason premiere and it?s a doozy. Click To Continue Reading

ABC orders pilot for Shondaland's 'Romeo & Juliet' sequel series

ABC is further continuing its relationship with powerhouse producer Shonda Rhimes, ordering a pilot for a new drama hailing from her Shondaland shingle, Variety has learned. "Still Star-Crossed," based on the 2013 book of the same name, is a period drama that picks up where Romeo and Juliet left...

Shonda Rhimes' Next Hit Series Is A Sequel To Romeo & Juliet!

Shonda Rhimes is the modern day William Shakespeare, officially. With Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away with Murder currently killing it on ABC, it's no surprise that yet another ShondaLand scripted series was just given a pilot order. Still Star-Crossed will follow the characters who managed to survive Shakespeare's literary classic as they deal with [...]

ABC Dials Up Shakespeare-Shonda Project

A new project in the works at ABC has its roots in William Shakespeare and Shonda Rhimes. reports that the network ordered a pilot for the drama “Still Star-Crossed,” a sequel to Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” Rhimes’ Shondaland, which...

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