Private Practice is preparing to come to an end after 6 seasons, and today the official end date has been set. ABC will air the final episode of the Grey’s Anatomy spinoff this January. The finale will be aptly titled In Which We Say Goodbye, and will see the return of an original cast member to be part of the big goodbye.
Rumors have been circulating for a while now that Shonda Rhimes medical drama Private Practice might be nearing its end. Back in June, Kate Walsh was quoted as saying that the sixth season would be her last for the Grey's Anatomy spin-off. Season 6 premiered last month and the series is currently in nearing the middle of its 13-episode run. Rhimes has confirmed today that the show is coming to an end.
Time delay returns might change the fate of some of the network’s most under watched shows. For instance, when looking from week to week at NBC’s new science fiction drama, Revolution the number sank some from the first episode to the second. However, if you count the tape-delayed viewings, Revoluton actually earned a 5.2 rating—making it the second most-watched scripted program of the week, after Modern Family.
ABC’s been pulling together some really nice sets for three of its veteran shows. Castle: The Complete Fourth Season, Private Practice: The Complete Fifth Season and Grey’s Anatomy: The Complete Eighth Season are all hitting DVD in September in complete season sets that will feature crime fighting or disease fighting, as well as some flirting in the workplace.
It’s official and right from the mouth of the star herself: Kate Walsh is leaving Private Practice. It’s a major blow to a series that just confirmed the exit of another major star, Tim Daly. Can the series survive losing both? Will they even try? Walsh is anchor of the series, which was really built around her as a spin-off from Grey’s Anatomy, so it seems ABC has a big decision on their hands.
Earlier this week, word made its way around the internet that Tim Daly was reportedly exiting ABC's drama Private Practice, and now we're hearing that another lead actor from the show may be on the way out. The series was shaped around Dr. Addison Montgomery, a supporting character in ABC's Grey's Anatomy, so how would the show do without her? Fans of the medical drama may find out, should the series survive beyond next season.
The Grey's Anatomy spin-off series Private Practice will be back for its sixth and possibly final season fall, but one of its leads won't be back with it. Fans of Tim Daly may be disappointed to learn that the actor will not be returning to the ABC medical drama series for Season 6.
ABC has all of their ducks (and planes, angels, dancing celebrities, and modern families) in a row for the Fall 2011 primetime TV lineup. The network announced the schedule today, which includes super-sized premieres for Modern Family, The Middle, and Grey’s Anatomy, among others.
In addition to better weather, spring also brings the conclusion to many TV shows for the season (and in some cases, forever.) ABC released the season finale schedule for their current primetime line-up, which includes a double-dose of Desperate Housewives and Cougar Town.
Since they’re the network’s top drama and comedy respectively among the younger, money-making crowd, there would have been quite an uproar among fans if ABC even waited the whole season to renew, let along actually passed
We’re at the midway point of August and while that might mean the countdown to cooler weather and the return to school or work has already begun for some, it also means we’re just a few weeks away from the start of the new TV season. Up ahead is the primetime schedule for the Fall 2010 season.
Upfront week continues with ABC’s announcement of their Fall 2009 primetime schedule. I sat looking at the release ABC sent out, preparing myself for the onslaught of vids and pics we’ll be getting to you as the day goes on, and wondered if I cared about anything.
Archer seems to be insistent on dying but Derek verbally smacks some sense into him, Sam really is over Naomi (I think), Derek and Addison save a baby and her mom (again, or so it seems), and Cooper, Violet, and Peter deal with a crazed momma and Violet’s own fears of motherhood.
You know, I thought the whole penis-fish story arc in Grey’s Anatomy a couple seasons ago was kind of nasty but brain worms? Ew. This week’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy will feature some of the cast of ABC’s GA spinoff series Private Practice, who are in need of Derek’s expertise. We have some clips from the episode to share with you. (Spoilers ahead!)
The Grey’s Anatomy/Private Practice crossover continues with Archer’s seizures and brainworms, Addison’s insistence on making other people’s decisions for them, Violet’s babydaddy drama (which isn’t nearly as snappy as babymomma drama), and speculation on the familial relationship between Peter and Derek Shepherd.