January 16, 2007 |
ON a chilly winter evening, the television portion of the Golden Globes turned "Ugly" and "Grey." The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. celebrated "Ugly Betty" in the best comedy series category, and "Grey's Anatomy" won best dramatic series. It was a double victory for ABC and Touchstone, the studio that produces both shows.
September 5, 2007 |
Less than one hour after e-mailing an interview request to an actor's manager, the telephone rang. It wasn't a publicist demanding to know the parameters of the interview, where the story would be placed or how big the photographs would be. It was the actor himself, and in his unassuming way, he agreed to meet with a reporter. This is not how it usually happens in Hollywood, but T.R. Knight doesn't seem interested in most things Hollywood.
January 24, 2007 |
Gay rights activists expressed satisfaction after meeting with "Grey's Anatomy" star Isaiah Washington, who is under fire for using a gay slur about a costar. "He seemed very sincere in his interest in working with us in an ongoing basis," said Kevin Jennings, executive director of the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network. "We emphasized that this is not a one-shot deal, but an ongoing thing. He was very open to doing this."
September 23, 2006 |
The young docs beat the forensic cops. ABC's bold move to shift "Grey's Anatomy" to one of television's most competitive nights against CBS powerhouse "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" paid off handsomely, delivering a clear ratings victory to a network that had been largely forgotten on Thursday nights for years. "Grey's Anatomy" opened its third season by drawing an estimated 25 million viewers, while "CSI" attracted 22 million, according to early data from Nielsen Media Research.
February 10, 2007 |
So before we begin, let's just ask: Did anyone else wonder why the opening of Thursday night's "Grey's Anatomy," in which Meredith, overcome by her mother's condition and the weight of a thousand voice-overs, sinks under water in a wide, white claw-foot tub, would go out of its way to invoke the poster for the Harrison Ford/Michelle Pfeiffer thriller "What Lies Beneath"?
May 29, 2006 |
The premise IN the season finale of ABC's "Grey's Anatomy," one of the surgical interns, Dr. Izzie Stevens (played by Katherine Heigl), crosses an ethical line by becoming romantically involved with a potential heart transplant patient, Denny Duquette (played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan). He has signed a Do Not Resuscitate order, but Izzie gives him hope that he will get a heart in time. When two brothers are mortally injured in a car accident, it seems as if Denny will get a heart.