The show we all know as Grey's Anatomy was very nearly called something else. As originally reported by Elle, creator Shonda Rhimes revealed the original title in her online TV writing masterclass series, which sounds completely worth the $90 buy-in. Show More Summary
A vape-smoking Katherine Heigl lounges in her character’s signature skintight dress as she plots the destruction of her ex-husband’s fiancée by way of social media. No, that’s not a scene from Shonda Rhimes’ “Grey’s Anatomy” dream diary circa 2004. Show More Summary
Shonda Rhimes & Co. delivered one of their all-time shockers last night on Scandal Season 6 Episode 11, which is sure saying something. After last week’s parallel-universe diversion and figuring out where Huck is, we finally got theShow More Summary
SPOILER ALERT: The story includes a detail about tonight’s episode of ABC’s Scandal. Tonight’s “Trojan Horse” marked the final episode of Scandal‘s Portia De Rossi, whose character Elizabeth North was brutally murdered in the ongoing fight for power. Show More Summary
Showrunner Shonda Rhimes and the departing star talk with THR about Thursday's surprising episode. read more
Stories and advice from Shonda Rhimes, Stevie Nicks, Jenna Lyons, and more.
If Shonda Rhimes' upcoming website is anything like her TV shows, it's going to take up a good chunk of our time and nearly all of our energy.
Jessica Alba and Shonda Rhimes both walked the carpet at the 2017 Success Makers Summit today! Also in attendance at the event, which took place at Spring Place on Monday (April 17) in New York City, was broadcast journalist Tamron Hall. “#happyEaster -had to make it a quick one this year -had to hop on [...]
As most readers may know by now, one of the biggest Trump-haters in Hollywood is television producer Shonda Rhimes, a fanatical progressive who has created the highly successful prime time soap operas Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal for ABC. Rhimes is now admitting she is in a “trauma” as a result of her candidate in Hillary Clinton, losing the 2016 presidential election.
The past 10 days in the Trump administration have had more plot twists and hairpin turns than a Shonda Rhimes show during sweeps. Donald Trump has gone from being Vladimir Putin’s biggest booster and fan to nearly bombing his troopsShow More Summary
It’s no secret that writer and show creator Shonda Rhimes, who is responsible for hits such as Scandal, Grey’s Anatomy, How to Get Away with Murder (by becoming an abortionist?) and The Catch, is a strong pro-abortion advocate. Not only...Show More Summary
Games show revivals, two Steve Harvey vehicles and the long-gestating 'Dirty Dancing' remake all get dated. read more
The 'Grey's Anatomy' and 'Private Practice' creator may be the first African-American woman to hit the trifecta. read more
As Scandal gears up to celebrate its 100th episode on ABC, the show's creator and writer, Shonda Rhimes, and some of the major hitters from the cast, have revealed some big secrets about the series. From the truth behind Olivia Pope's...Show More Summary
The ups and downs of the 13th season of Grey's Anatomy are slated to come to a head for its highly anticipated season finale. And the creator of the ABC show, Shonda Rhimes, has confirmed that fans will certainly be thrown for a loop. Rhimes and actress Debbie Allen both were a little mysterious when they described what fans can expect from the final episode of the season.
Shonda Rhimes of “Scandal” and the people behind “Veep,” “Madam Secretary” and “House of Cards” talk about reality bumping into fiction.
Well, sort of. It's pasta done hipster-style.
Trump supporters are welcome to watch and engage with Shondaland, but Shonda Rhimes says her universe of ABC shows won’t miss their viewership. In a New York Times roundtable of TV writers and showrunners of political comedies and dramas, Rhimes said she doesn’t feel a particular need to pander to ... More »
A roundtable with Shonda Rhimes (Scandal), Barbara Hall (Madam Secretary), David Mandel (em>Veep), and Frank Pugliese and Melissa Jane Gibson (House of Cards).
With Scandal prepping for its 100th episode set in an alternate reality, the cast, crew and creator/showrunner Shonda Rhimes gathered to reminisce about the political drama's most notable moments on and off the screen.