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If fans of "Grey's Anatomy" (Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on ABC) were thinking Seattle Grace would be saying goodbye to a guest star, it may be time to prepare for a more tearful finale.
After telling TV Guide Magazine that a lot of the writers were crying and that there were "really shocking, horrible moments" in the upcoming Season 8 finale, creator Shonda Rhimes has now confirmed that it's a main character who will.
"We're not talking [about] some guest star [who] is going to come in and die kind of thing; it's a a big death and it's fairly shocking," Rhimes told The Hollywood Reporter. "It was hard, it was hard to write, it was hard to listen to at the table read. When one of your main characters dies, it always affects the heart and soul of the hospital."
With both Ellen Pompeo (Meredith) and Patrick Dempsey (Derek)'s contracts ending with Season 8, there is a bit of speculation that one of them is on their way out.
For more on the "Grey's Anatomy" season finale and Season 9 scoop, click over to The Hollywood Reporter.
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"Grey's Anatomy" airs on Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET. The Season 8 finale (Episode 24, entitled "Flight") is scheduled to air on May 17.
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Things are getting hotter for "Hot In Cleveland" star Betty White.
The actress will guest star on "The Client List," Lifetime's new drama starring Jennifer Love Hewitt. Based on the Lifetime movie of the same name, "The Client List" (Sundays, 10 p.m. ET on Lifetime) stars Hewitt as Riley, an erotic masseuse.
According to People, White will play Ruth Gibbons, the wife of one of Riley's clients. It seems White's character has some advice on how to make a marriage last.
In an interview with HuffPost TV, Hewitt revealed she will direct the finale, which White's Ruth Gibbons appears in.
White and Hewitt previously worked together on the 2011 Hallmark Hall of Fame TV movie "The Lost Valentine." In the TV movie Hewitt played TV journalist Susan Allison who meets Caroline Thomas (White) for a profile. White was nominated for a SAG for her work in the flick.
In addition to TV Land's "Hot In Cleveland," White currently hosts NBC's "Betty White's Off Their Rockers," a hidden camera series. Her other TV credits include "Community," "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "The Golden Girls."
"Hot in Cleveland" airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on TV Land and "The Client List" airs Sundays at10 p.m. ET on Lifetime.
The scariest man on television is obsessed with cakes.
Ron Ben-Israel, the host of Food Network's bizarre culinary competition series "Sweet Genius," absolutely terrifies me. Watching the show reduces me to cold sweat, imagining that Ben-Israel has forced me into the "Saw"-like confines of the "Sweet Genius" set, where I must bake a génoise while he cackles eagerly at my misery before murdering me.
The "Big Love" star would play a rival to Jessica Lange's character, who runs an East Coast institution for the criminally insane.
"The Daily Show" host says, "You're the President, you don?t have to do this [expletive] anymore."
"What makes our job so complicated is that we obviously have supernatural stakes-- the death toll is reaching a hundred, danger at every act break, and villains and people battling for life and to rescue the loves of their lives-- and in the middle of all of that, we?re still intent on telling a very human story about very human people who live in a small town and go to a high school and who are
Lane Garrison has been charged with misdemeanor domestic violence.
The L.A. County District Attorney filed the charges, based on surveillance video which appears to show Lane slapping former girlfriend Ashley Mattingly in the face last Saturday at her Beverly Hills apartment.
Lane's lawyer tells TMZ he was merely reaching for his phone and it was not a slap, but apparently the D.A. begs to differ.