Source: Camilla L News
Samantha joined friend Lisa Gerber and Heather Pasternak, in their blog ‘The Gap’.
Lisa, 37, a theater instructor from Williamstown, MA, moves to LA to reboot her career and love life. Heather, 27, an LA native, just found out her TV series was cancelled and is now forced to rent out her guest room/Pilates studio. Craigslist brought them together, the generation gap keeps them apart. In Lisa’s educational vlog, she’ll show you how, with just a few tips, you too can be millennial. So pull up a chair and remember, age ain’t nothin’ but absolutely everything.
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Yesterday was the first day back for the entire Grey’s Anatomy as they were back for the first table read of the new season to air in september on ABC.
— Sara Ramirez (@SaraRamirez) 23. juli 2016
— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) 22. juli 2016
— Camilla Luddington (@camilluddington) 22. juli 2016
Sending you so much love lady!! We miss you already!! https://t.co/4IPuY4Zwbx
— Sarah Drew (@sarahdrew) 23. juli 2016
Grey’s Anatomy is nominated in the category : Choice TV Show: Drama (#ChoiceDramaTVShow)
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Voting is officially open via TeenChoice.com, the FOX NOW app and Twitter. Starting today through Thursday, June 2 at 12:00 PM PT, fans can vote once each day per category, per platform user ID, for their favorite TEEN CHOICE 2016 Wave One nominees. Vote via Twitter by tweeting a category hashtag (please see below) with the nominees name (either @nominee or if the nominee does not have a Twitter account use #nominee). You may only vote for one Teen Choice nominee per Tweet.
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Question: Please tell me we haven’t see the last of Penny on Grey’s Anatomy. She became my favorite this season.
Ausiello: Seeing as how she and Callie are sort of a package deal, I can confirm that we’ve seen the last of Penny. For now, anyway. Shonda Rhimes left the door wide open for Sara Ramirez to make the occasional guest appearance as Callie shuttles Sophia back and forth between New York and Seattle, and I suppose Penny — and her portrayer Samantha Sloyan — could tag along on one of those trips. I wouldn’t hold my breath, though.
Source: TV Line
“I found out maybe three days before you guys found out,” Rhimes said of Ramirez’s sudden exit.
Grey’s Anatomy showrunner Shonda Rhimes was just as shocked to hear about Sara Ramirez leaving the show as the rest of the world.
At Vulture Festival in New York City on Sunday, Rhimes revealed that she “found out maybe three days” before Ramirez tweeted news of her departure after 10 years on the hit medical drama.
“This one was interesting. It was different because it wasn’t a big, planned thing,” Rhimes explains. “I had a different plan going and when Sara came and said, ‘I really need to take this break,’ it was sort of lucky that we had shot the end of the season with her going to New York.”
Adding, “I felt really good that we had shot that ending and that she said she wanted to take this break and we were able to give it to her because I love the woman and I want to do everything for her. It all worked out in that sense.”
Rhimes also took a moment to look back at other departures, like Patrick Dempsey’s (Derek Shepherd) at the end of season 11.
“For Patrick, people make such a nasty deal of that whole thing and I’m like, ‘Why?’” Rhimes questions. “I think people want a story on the outside that doesn’t have to do with anything on the inside. That was a lot of seasons.”
Ultimately, Rhimes is understanding of actors’ need to move on, and she reflected on keeping Sandra Oh (Cristina Yang) around for a decade.
“You never want to see anybody go — you want them to be there forever. I find it fascinating that people are shocked that people are exiting. Think about this: most shows go for four seasons? The number of dramas that have gone for four seasons is under 50, and we’re heading into season 13,” Rhimes says. “The idea that Sandra did it for 10 seasons and then was ready to go was amazing. I kept waiting. Season six, season seven, season eight, I was like, ‘Sandra, are you good?’ Because I know what that is for an actor. You grow and change and then you itch for something new … you have to be really respectful of that.”
As for how long Grey’s Anatomy will last, Rhimes re-iterated that without star Ellen Pompeo, there is no show.
“I’m always surprised when Ellen is ready to re-up,” she admits. “Our pact is that we will go together. When she goes, I go.”
Source: Hollywood Reporter