Whether they were commenting on current events, lashing out at other stars, or trying hard to extend their 15 minutes of fame, plenty of people got into hot water this year. So who were 2014’s biggest troublemakers?
Thanksgiving is over, but there’s still one thing we’re thankful for: Shonda Rhimes‘ Thursdays on ABC. #TGIT is redefining primetime thanks to steamy shower sessions (Grey’s Anatomy), ridiculous love triangles (Scandal), and gay sex like we’ve never seen before (How To Get Away With Murder). Read more…
Laverne Cox, Kevin Hart, and Shonda Rhimes react to the Ferguson decision, Halle Berry goes extra lengths to ensure Gabriel Aubry won’t change their daughter’s appearance, Bette Midler slams a young pop star, and more of today’s First Dibs.
Mario Lopez confesses to hooking up with a major pop star, Shonda Rhimes speaks about people hating on her shows, Royal Baby no. 2 has an official due date, and more First Dibs.
If you’re on trial for murder, you will most definitely want Jack Falahee in your corner. The 25-year-old actor plays slick law student Connor Walsh on ABC’s new series How To Get Away With Murder, the latest addition to Shondaland’s prolific Thursday night block. After two episodes, the show has received serious buzz – thanks in part to those steamy sex scenes — and has already outperformed sister series Scandal. The down-to-earth newcomer chatted with VH1 about getting into character and the surreal experience of working with entertainment goddesses Viola Davis and Shonda Rhimes.
Paula Patton puts her divorce in writing, Shonda Rhimes doesn’t have time for people like Katherine Heigl, Hilary Duff returns to network TV, and more of today’s First Dibs.
Thanks to the successful crop of television shows she’s created and produced, Shonda Rhimes has set the bar for addicting TV drama in the last 10 years. We’ve loved watching powerhouse female characters Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington), Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo), and Addison Montgomery (Kate Walsh) strive to take over the world while trying to fix their messy personal lives. Viola Davis is the newest addition to the fold (as How To Get Away with Murder‘s Annalise Keating), playing a high-powered defense attorney with troubles of her own.
New York Times television critic Alessandra Stanley wasted no time addressing Shonda Rhimes‘ race in a piece on the upcoming ABC series, How To Get Away with Murder: “When Shonda Rhimes writes her autobiography, it should be called ‘How to Get Away With Being an Angry Black Woman.’” Read more…