Leonardo DiCaprio slams U.S. administration over climate change; Shonda Rhimes says it's "embarrassing" to praise this year's diverse Emmy awards; "Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul and wife are expecting their first child. (Sept. 20)
Shonda Rhimes was not a big fan of this year’s Emmy Awards. The 47-year-old Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal creator said that she’s worried that after this year’s historic big wins will make the TV industry think that they’ve made enough progress. “It’s embarrassing, frankly,” Shonda told Vanity Fair. “To me, it feels embarrassing that we [...]
Image via Gary Gershoff/WireImage Shonda Rhimes Gives Criticism Of Minority Emmy Wins Before you jump all out of your skin and hop on Twitter to thumb out your outrage at this comment, take a deep breath and relax. Many of
Shonda Rhimes commended the Emmy winners who made history on Sunday night — but she is concerned for what's next.
Prolific TV programming producer Shonda Rhimes is expanding her Shondaland empire, forming a partnership with Hearst to create a new lifestyle website. Variety notes that the launch of shondaland.com comes just ahead of new seasons of Rhimes’ ABC dramas “Grey’s...
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For fans who've wanted more from award-winning producer, writer and director Shonda Rhimes, here's your chance. Launching today, in partnership with Hearst Magazines Digital Media, Shondaland.com will provide advice, essays, articles, interviews, videos and more from the Shondaland production team. Show More Summary
When Sara Ramirez (Dr. Callie Torres) announced her departure from Grey's Anatomy in 2016, she said she would be taking "some welcome time off" and that she and producer Shonda Rhimes would "definitely continue our conversations." She...Show More Summary
Shonda Rhimes rules with her female-led, diverse casts, yet still has time to write a best-selling book and partner with Dove as creative director. Here, she shares her beauty secrets.
Star Bellamy Young talks with THR about what to expect from the Shonda Rhimes political thriller now that Mellie Grant is firmly in the oval office. read more
After almost 14 seasons of Grey's Anatomy, Shonda Rhimes can still find ways to surprise the audience. You would think watching a death, a birth, or a steamy makeout session between two doctors would be boring by now, but nope. We're just as glued to our screens as we were years ago and we want to watch the doctors' journeys until the end. Show More Summary
As President Donald Trump turned a long holiday weekend into a cruel cliffhanger, Hollywood and Silicon Valley were raising their voices about Tuesday’s expected announcement about ending DACA, the program that protects nearly 800,000 working and school-going people brought into the U.S. Show More Summary
Following pacts with the Coen Brothers and Shonda Rhimes, Netflix has inked a deal with yet another illustrious auteur: Damien Chazelle, director of the Academy Award-winning La La Land, will executive produce an eight-episode musical...Show More Summary
Given how much Susan Lyne has crammed into a 30 year career intersecting with everyone from Patty Hearst to Shonda Rhimes to Martha Stewart to Rupert Murdoch to Michael Eisner, doing a 45 minute podcast covering her career and journey...Show More Summary
Shonda Rhimes has Taylor Swift's back.
At least one person heard Taylor Swift's new song "Look What You Made Me Do" before the rest of the world: Shonda Rhimes. Moments after the 27-year-old singer-songwriter released the...
The network just debuted a new promo for the returns of its Thursday Shonda Rhimes block set to, yep, "Look What You Made Me Do." read more
Prolific film and TV producer Mark Gordon popped into the Edinburgh International Television Festival today for a look back and a look ahead as part of a Gamechanger session. Along the way, he offered his take on the current state of the business. Show More Summary
Netflix landed the latest blow in the battle among streaming services and studios by signing 'Scandal' creator Shonda Rhimes to a multi-year deal.
It's a good time to be streaming, according to our culture critic Harry Graff.