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.
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.”
It looks like Shonda Rhimes will definitely have a fifth show on ABC. Yesterday, ABC confirmed that it had ordered a pilot of Still-Star Crossed, a sort of sequel to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. The show is based on Melinda Taub’s 2013 novel of the same name.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Waka Flocka makes you think, Nick Offerman pulls at the heartstrings of Parks and Recreation fans and Shonda Rhimes was born.
On Monday, Time announced its annual shortlist for 2015’s Person of the Year, an honor annually bestowed to someone who has changed the narrative, or some shit.
Shonda Rhimes is savvy enough to know that merely talking about abortion on TV sets off an explosion of discourse. The abortion storyline is still a nervy move, even today—though it’s becoming less so with shows like Jane the Virgin and Girls having advanced the conversation in recent years. Thursday night’s Scandal…
In an interview with Nightline that airs tonight, Shonda Rhimes explains how worrying about her weight made her feel anti-feminist.
A television network in India was censured for airing a Grey’s Anatomy scene that featured a “homosexual encounter,” which reportedly violated broadcast guidelines.
In case you had any doubt that Shonda Rhimes is the person keeping the lights on at ABC, her name is now attached to yet another upcoming project. This time, Scandal’s Kerry Washington and Katie Lowes will executive produce a series about a group of nannies under her production company.
When Ben Affleck tried to sidestep his family’s slave-owning history on PBS’s Finding Your Roots, he ended up prompting an investigation of the show as well as its indefinite postponement. But now, Finding Your Roots is back!
Grey’s Anatomy is Grey’s Anatomy, Olivia and Fitz are about to become a national scandal, and on How to Get Away with Murder someone is responsible for (possibly) killing Annalise.
Shondaland, #TGIT, that day of the week where you sit on your couch for three hours straight and subject yourself to the whims of an amazing but dastardly team of writers—whatever you want to call it, is here.
Shonda Season is Back and Scandal, the Crown Jewel (at least ratings-wise) of the kingdom is returning tonight.
In just two weeks, Olivia Pope and her zany crew of justice-keeping assassins returns with the new season of Scandal on September 24. Till then, here’s a not at all ambiguous 30-second trailer. Plus, some predictions.
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!
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!
This fall, in addition to Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder, Shonda Rhimes is launching the show. The Catch stars cutie Damon Dayoub. Additionally, a new light-eyed man named Kendrick Sampson will be seen over on HTGAWM, and a possible new McDreamy is coming to Grey’s Anatomy. As new beautiful…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Susan Sarandon delivers a great invite, Iggy Azalea tries introspection and Shonda Rhimes gets back to work.
Do you think god conspired to allow the passage of gay marriage on the same day as Shade Court to honor Dorian Corey in the manner that she deserves? I like to think so.
Power, the only Starz series I religiously watch (s/o to mom’s cable subscription), returned for its second season this past Saturday. Showrunner Courtney Kemp Agboh spoke about how the female characters literally run the show.