Seven years is long enough for gay people to forget about that raging homophobe that was fired for calling his gay coworker a “faggot,” right? Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes seems to think so. Homophobic actor Isaiah Washington, who played Dr. Preston Burke during the first three season of the wildly popular medical drama, was […]
Returning strong last week after a long winter break, both Scandal and Grey’s Anatomy and ABC took a hit last night. Back for the second week since its break, the Shonda Rhimes produced political intrigue series drew a 2.8/8 among adults 18-49 last night. Show More Summary
In a shocking announcement, Grey's Anatomy producer Shonda Rhimes confirmed today that Isaiah Washington will check back in to her ABC series to help bid farewell to Sandra Oh in May. The actor departed the series at the conclusion of Season 3 amidst a firestorm he created by referring to then-colleague T.R. Show More Summary
Former cast member Isaiah Washington is coming back to Grey's Anatomy. The actor was one of Seattle Grace's originals doctors, but was fired from the Shonda Rhimes drama in its third season, under less-than-ideal circumstances. Washington...Show More Summary
The actor was famously fired from the Shonda Rhimes drama in 2007 following on-set altercations with T.R. Knight. read more
How could "Scandal" possibly get any more scandalous? Well, when Shonda Rhimes is in charge, the sky's the limit. "Access Hollywood" caught up with Tony Goldwyn, who plays President Fitzgerald Grant III on the hit show, to ask what viewers...Show More Summary
Lena Dunham. Shonda Rhimes, and Alicia Keys were among the celebrities who took to Twitter to add their own colorful
The end of "The Carrie Diaries" Season 2 seems more and more final, especially now that costar Katie Findlay has signed on for Shonda Rhimes' latest drama pilot for ABC, "How to Get Away with Murder."
The Carrie Diaries co-star Katie Findlay has been cast in ABC drama pilot How To Get Away With Murder starring Viola Davis, written by Pete Nowalk and executive produced by Shonda Rhimes. The sexy, suspense-driven legal thriller centers...Show More Summary
It may be time to rename ABC “The House That Shonda Built.” After a two-and-a-half-month hiatus, showrunner Shonda Rhimes’ twin Thursday night hits Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal came storming back as if they’d never left. In fact, both series posted their highest ratings since October. Show More Summary
This is the much needed good ratings news ABC had been desperately waiting for after the string of disastrous premieres for The Assets, Killer Women, Mind Games and Mixology. It came courtesy of Shonda Rhimes, who’s become the network’s single most important producer. Show More Summary
Holy Vermont-made jam, "Scandal" is finally back! The mid-Season 3 premiere aired Feb. 27, and Shonda Rhimes and the writers gave viewers dozens of RUFK moments. There was the time "Scandal" pretended to be "House Of Cards" with the whole Publius text messaging hooplah. Show More Summary
This show is always steamy, but it looks like creator Shonda Rhimes is really ready to turn things up a notch.
Post by Maressa Brown. Gladiators, Scandal is baaaack from its midseason hiatus, and as usual, Shonda Rhimes & Co. have our adrenaline pumping from the get-go... Last we saw Vice President Sally Langston, she was freaking out aboutShow More Summary
Although she's got Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice and Scandal under her belt, Shonda Rhimes has yet another TV show up her sleeve, and this one has Viola Davis attached. The premise sounds deliciously wicked. Read more...
Shonda Rhimes has drafted Liza Weil, who recurred on her hot ABC drama Scandal, for the ABC drama pilot How To Get Away With Murder starring Viola Davis, which Rhimes exec produces. The sexy, suspense-driven legal thriller centers on...Show More Summary
Viola Davis is coming to television. The two-time Academy Award-nominated actress has signed on to star in a brand new ABC pilot from Scandal’s Shonda Rhimes. Davis will play a brilliant criminal defense professor who gets her law school...Show More Summary
By Arturo R. García Welcome back, Scandalizens, as we embark on what Shonda Rhimes and company are billing as the all-killer(s), no-filler portion of the season: eight episodes, all in a row, telling what promises to be a three-sided war within the Pope family, with another conflict brewing within Fitz’s administration, despite Cyrus’ best efforts […]
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For most of the country, winter has felt longer and colder than usual. And while that isn’t Scandal’s fault, having Shonda Rhimes’ hit drama on hiatus since Dec. 12 certainly hasn’t helped. If you’re like me, at this point you’ve exhausted all other alternative forms of entertainment.