Star WArs: The Force Awakens

Are you a Star Wars fan who also enjoys Shondaland shows like Grey’s AnatomyScandal, and How to Get Away With Murder? If you answered yes, then we have some good news for you. If you answered no to the second half of that question, this news is still good, but it may require you to venture outside of your TV comfort zone.

Shonda Rhimes has just announced that ABC’s TGIT line-up, which consists of the three aforementioned series, will debut an “exclusive special look” at Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Read More »


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Romeo and Juliet

Earlier this week we learned Cruel Intentions, the greatest love story of our time, was getting a completely unnecessary-sounding TV sequel. Now Romeo and Juliet, the greatest love story of someone else’s time, is following suit. ABC has put into development Still Star-Crossed, based on a 2013 novel that picks up after the events of William Shakespeare‘s teen romance classic.

Which sounds like a terrible idea, given that most of the characters you care about are dead after the events of Romeo and Juliet (400-year-old spoiler alert), but Still Star-Crossed one has one big thing going for it: It’s coming out of ShondaLand, the same watercooler drama factory that gave us Grey’s AnatomyScandal, and How to Get Away With Murder. Read about the Romeo and Juliet sequel after the jump.  Read More »

We’ve been getting flooded with TV news lately, and today’s no exception. So let’s get right to it. Ater the jump, read about:

  • Teasers for Season 2 of The Walking Dead
  • Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes’ new 19th-century project
  • MTV’s decision to have no one at all host the VMAs
  • The miraculous resurrection of Fox’s Breaking In

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