Last year, a New York Times article, written by Alessandra Stanley, sparked outrage on social media after she referred to tv-powerhouse Shonda Rhimes as an 'angry black woman' and Viola Davis as 'less classically beautiful'.
The spotlight is on Shondaland as Entertainment Weekly features Shonda Rhimes shows for its latest series of covers. The casts of How To Get Away With Murder and Scandal are front and center with building anticipation for the upcoming fall television season. Show More Summary
September is here and that means Shonda Rhimes and her 50-11 ABC television shows are returning. Are you ready for Olivia and hot, brooding Fitz, Annalise and hot, brooding Frank, Jesse Williams, Jesse Williams and more Jesse Williams? Of course you are! Read more...
Shonda Rhimes and her leading ladies, Kerry Washington, Ellen Pompeo, and Viola Davis take the cover of EW‘s latest issue! There are four separate covers highlighting Shonda‘s his ABC shows Grey’s Anatomy, How to Get Away with Murder, and Scandal. Here’s what the cast had to share about their shows: Ellen, on the sexist response [...]
Old feelings die hard on Grey's Anatomy. Though creator Shonda Rhimes teased earlier this summer that Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) won't be getting back into the dating game any time soon, at least one of her colleagues will. After testing...Show More Summary
Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady are reportedly not doing well post-Deflatagate scandal – US Weekly Kris Jenner was seen partying after cancelling her TV appearance – TMZ Zac Efron is back on set – Just Jared Jr Shonda Rhimes‘ casts unite for one epic photo – Entertainment Weekly Eddie Redmayne‘s new movie looks great – [...]
Time Inc.’s Entertainment Weekly, ESSENCE, and PEOPLE are partnering for the first time in a star-studded event and cross-title editorial package honoring television’s preeminent creator and producer, Shonda Rhimes, and the casts of ABC’s hit shows --Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and How To Get Away with Murder
While some information is leaking out from the set of Grey’s Anatomy, Shonda Rhimes has been tight-lipped on additions and subtractions from the cast. Though fans have not gotten over the loss last year of Dr. Derek Shepherd, or McDreamy, they are waiting to see how Rhimes will wave her magic wand to draw fans... Show More Summary
Shonda Rhimes' production company is developing a new drama for ABC about a Bronx convent, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The untitled drama, from Fringe's Alison Schapker, is about a group of Catholic nuns fighting against the closure of their convent. And when three young novices show up, the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Shonda Rhimes Alison Schapker
Shondaland continues to expand. Variety reports — just one week after ABC picked up a new Shondaland comedy project about suburbanites banding together to raise their kids — that the network has yet another Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers-executive produced project-in-development: an ensemble drama about nuns! …Read More
Less than a week after it was announced Shondaland was developing a comedy for ABC, Variety reports that Shonda Rhimes's production company will also be working on a religious drama for the network. The 60-minute project, which comes from scribe-EP Alison Schapker (Fringe, Lost), has no title yet, but it... More »
The ongoing love affair between ABC and Shonda Rhimes’ production company Shondaland shows no signs of abating, with the network gobbling up shows as fast as Rhimes and her cohorts can pitch. The most recent manifestation of ABC’s Rhimes...Show More Summary
[iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/T8pA-cUn_As?rel=0&controls=0&showinfo=0" frameborder="0"] The Women's List is coming to PBS as a part of the American Masters series on September 25, 2015, featuring: Madeleine Albright, U.S. Show More Summary
Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers’ Shondaland has sold its first drama project this season, and it’s very much in the company’s wheelhouse of soapy, twisty shows. The untiled one-hour is written by former Lost and Fringe writer-producer Alison Schapker. Show More Summary
Shondaland, the production company of Shonda Rhimes, is embarking on new territory. While it seems like anything Shonda churns out becomes a major hit, such as Grey’s Anatomy, How to Get Away with Murder and Scandal, this is the first time the company will be developing a comedy. And it’s about divorce! Read more...
The Strain star Mia Maestro has been tapped for a major recurring role on the upcoming fifth season of ABC’s Washington, D.C., drama series Scandal. As is the case with most castings on Shonda Rhimes series, the character Maestro will...Show More Summary
In the just-released trailer for a TV show that premieres next month, a number of accomplished women talk about overcoming challenges including discrimination to become one of the women who define contemporary American culture. The trailer is for “The Women’s...
Shonda Rhimes is branching out of her usual drama series and is developing a comedy for ABC about divorce. The Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and How To Get Away With Murder showrunner will be working with Shondaland’s Betsy Beers and Emily...Show More Summary
Shondaland, the production company of TV queen Shonda Rhimes, is developing a new comedy series for ABC. Titled "Splitsville," the show -- conceived by "Trophy Wife" creators Emily Halpern and Sarah Haskins -- will portray divorced residents of a suburban cul-de-sac who come together to raise their children. Show More Summary