May 16, 2009 |
They'd better both be dead. "Grey's Anatomy" limped to its season finale Thursday with a two-hour episode as we all waited in less-than-breathless anticipation to see if the endless and increasingly monotonous rumors were true and both T.R. Knight (who plays George O'Malley) and Katherine Heigl (Izzie Stevens) were leaving the show.
November 28, 2012 |
Actress Katherine Heigl is selling her house in Los Feliz. Priced at $2.659 million, the Southern Colonial-style two-story features French doors, high ceilings and verandas. There are two fireplaces, four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and nearly 3,700 square feet of living space. The grounds include mature landscaping, a swimming pool and a spa. Heigl, 34, was a regular on "Grey's Anatomy" (2005-10). Her film work includes this year's "One for the Money," "Life as We Know It" (2010) and "The Ugly Truth" (2009)
December 10, 2008 |
T.R. Knight has asked to be released from his contract with "Grey's Anatomy," a person with direct knowledge of the situation said Tuesday. The actor, who plays Dr. George O'Malley, has asked to leave the ABC medical drama because he is unhappy with his story line, the person said. Knight has three years left on his contract and the network has indicated it will release him, said the insider, who could not be identified due to being unauthorized to discuss negotiation details. An ABC representative declined comment.
October 9, 2011 |
Caught between a bunny and a new girl, the talk of TV this season has been double-X, as in chromosome. What's up with all the women? They're saying "vagina" and going all Count of Monte Cristo! "New Girl" is adork-able (or is she?), "Pan Am" is a female-centric "Mad Men" (or is it?), "The Playboy Club" glamorizes sexism and "Charlie's Angels" is even more ridiculous the second time around! After the 2010-11 season proved dismal for non-males, women came back with a vengeance. We were all so busy talking about the Big Trend that we missed the revolution.
May 20, 2009
Today: Television Top shows, viewers 18 to 49 For week ended Sunday: 1 American Idol (Wed.) Fox, 11.4 million viewers 2 American Idol (Tues.) Fox, 10.6 million 3 Grey's Anatomy ABC, 7.8 million 4 Biggest Loser 7 NBC, 6.2 million 5 Desperate Housewives ABC, 6.19 million (tie) House Fox, 6.19 million (tie) Prime-time viewership For season through Sunday: 1 CBS 11.2 million viewers 2 ABC 9.4 million 3 Fox 9.0 million 4 NBC 6.4 million 5 Univision 3.8 million Source: Nielsen Media Research
September 26, 2009 |
There was more good news for ABC as the new season continued to unfold Thursday night: The serial drama "FlashForward" delivered 12.5 million viewers and won the hour among adults ages 18 to 49 in its 8 p.m. premiere, according to Nielsen. It was the first time a regular series beat "Survivor" in that prized demographic since 2004, when NBC's "Friends" did it. That and the two hours of "Grey's Anatomy" that followed drove ABC to the top for the night in viewers, with 15.51 million.