Although ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" is already 13 seasons in, it still never fails to surprise its avid viewers. The new episode, "Undo", picked up right where "Grey's Anatomy" Season 12 left off: Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd) and Amelia Shepherd (Caterina Scorsone) just got married, and Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) gets a frantic call from Jo Wilson (Camilla Luddington).
"Grey's Anatomy" 13.01: What went down
In "Grey's Anatomy" 13.01, everybody decided to ditch the bouquet when they found out that Alex Karev (Justin Chambers) basically walloped Andrew DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti). Alex accidentally walked in on Andrew putting a drunken Jo to bed and jumped to the wrong conclusion. The beating was so bad that Andrew was sent to the hospital. more >>
With no lucky players to bring home last Wednesday's pot, the Powerball grand prize just climbed to $50 million for Saturday's draw, with a cash payout option of an estimated $33.6 million.
Recap of Wednesday's draw
Last Wednesday, the winning numbers were 1, 28, 63, 67, and 69, while the Powerball was 17. The Powerplay multiplier was at 4x. No lucky player was able to bring home Wednesday's grand prize, which was at $40 million. The cash prize was reset after a player from Atlanta brought home the $244 million jackpot on Sept. 17. more >>
ABC's "Modern Family" has returned to the small screen with its Season 8 premiere, "A Tale of Three Cities." Once again, we meet everyone's favorite three-in-one clan: the Pritchetts, Dunphys, and the Pritchett-Tuckers, coming together from their globe-trotting just in time for Fathers' Day!
"Modern Family" Season 8 picks up from where we left them last season: Phil and Claire's family was in New York; Cam, Mitchell and Lily in Missouri; and Jay, Gloria, Manny and Joe in Mexico. As you would expect from this crazy trio families, those trips quickly doubled down into varying shades of disaster.
Dunphys at the Big Apple more >>
ABC's "Quantico" will soon return to the screens in just a few days, but there's still enough time for a couple more teases. Lead star Priyanka Chopra revealed that, "as usual," we'll see Alex saving the world. In what way or form, we don't know yet, but the "Quantico" star promised that Alex Parrish is well-suited for such a daunting challenge.
In an interview with TVLine, the "Quantico" star talked about Season 2 and how she felt about the upcoming season. She said the show will be more CIA-centric, so much that the cast and crew have already nicknamed Season 2 as "Quan2co." more >>
New TV shows coming this fall are better than what the Parents Television Council has seen for the past few years, markedly veering away from the serial killer genre pattern and moving toward family comedies, says a PTC official.
PTC's Head of Research Operations Christopher Gildemeister prescreened many of the major networks' TV fall lineup (from NBC, Fox, ABC, CBS). Although he said that he has not screened absolutely every new show coming out this fall, he told The Christian Post during an interview Monday, "There may be something out there much better or much worse — I doubt it."
Gildemeister said that the landscape of network TV this year seems to have improved. "This year is better than the last couple previous years have been. The good shows are better than (the ones) that got broadcast in past years, and the bad ones are not as bad — (as) they have been in the past. more >>
WASHINGTON — A married couple of reality television fame that has adopted children from overseas like to say that even though their children were born in Asia, it's almost as though they are biologically related.
Jen Arnold and Bill Klein of TLC's "The Little Couple" served as master of ceremonies Wednesday for the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute's 18th annual gala banquet at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Building.
"I can't imagine not having Will (from China) and Zoe (from India) in our lives. I just want every child to find their forever family," Arnold said in an interview with The Christian Post at a VIP ceremony preceding the banquet. more >>