September 2010

This week’s episode will be a big one on Grey’s Anatomy, according to the show’s creator. It looks like the cat will be out of the bag in terms of some of the secrets being kept!

The creator talks about why Meredith chose not to tell Derek about the miscarriage for months following the shooting and says that this was a case of Meredith putting Derek first. Talk about character growth, eh?

“The man was shot and he’s already feeling [responsible] for getting a bunch of people killed,” series creator and executive producer Shonda Rhimes explains to EW regarding that.

“So for her to tell him that the shooting also caused her miscarriage seems a little bit cruel. He doesn’t need one more thing to worry about,” Rhimes says, somewhat reasonably.

How much did you love the Grey’s Anatomy premiere?! Want to know what kind of thought went into the episode? Here’s an exerpt from the Grey’s writer blog!

Rebirth. That was the theme of this episode.  How do you recover from the worst day of your life? How do you go on?  

I know a little something about rebirth because a little more than a year ago, I made the excruciating decision to leave my marriage.  In the early years of Grey’s Anatomy, I waxed poetic on this blog about my marriage – I was a newlywed with all the love and hope and joy that that entails. And then things changed. This year was the darkest and hardest of my life. There were days that Shonda Rhimes was my life raft and there were days when even she couldn’t hold me up… (In case you were wondering? The non-judgemental loyalty that Cristina and Meredith give each other? Where they let each other be as dark and twisty as they want to be and they never ever judge? That’s Shonda. She’s the friend you call to help you bury the body.)

can’t relate to people who’ve survived a shooting. I’ve never experienced the kind of trauma our characters went through.   But I can relate to the concept of Rebirth. I can relate to the idea that in life, stuff happens that we never could have imagined and that somehow, unimaginably, we survive.  

Our people survived, but they will never be the same. 

The highs will be higher. The lows will be lower. Life will be sweeter. Love will be, as Callie might put it, even more awesome. 

I love the Chief dancing. I love the look on Owen’s face when Cristina says, “I do.” I love that out of darkness comes light. And I also know that sometimes when we think it’s as dark as it could possibly get, it gets darker before the light comes in…

I know some of you are going to hate on me for writing about me and not our characters but the thing is, I am our characters and so are you.   And the other thing is, I can’t say much more about our characters without spoiling stuff that’s coming up. Because we are still telling this story. Traumas aren’t over a month later. Derek still doesn’t even know about Meredith’s miscarriage, for God’s sake! There’s more story here. A lot more. So tune in next week. And kiss all the people you love in the meantime. 

Wednesday, September 29 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

Ben, Lynch, Terry and Hall meet the coroner and a flurry of forensic technicians at a trailer park where five male teenagers have been discovered, all shot to death. Clues at the scene lead Ben to believe that the hit was gang-related and there may also be a witness. A search of the area uncovers a bruised, partially dressed and terrified girl, who claims not to remember anything.

10:00pm – Wednesday, September 29 on /A

Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 10 p.m. MT on ACCESS

When people surrounding the successful television actress start dying, Gideon (Mandy Patinkin) and Dr. Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) call in the rest of the team to assist with the case. As they track down a stalker turned serial killer, Dr. Reid finds himself in danger as he grows closer to the actress in jeopardy.

10:00pm – Wednesday, September 29 on CTV

When a group of thieves target the homes of young Hollywood, Detectives Rex Winters (Skeet Ulrich) and Tomas “TJ” Jaruszalski (Corey Stoll) discover there is more to the crimes than meets the eye. After the perpetrators are uncovered, another shocking crime is committed at the home of young starlet Chelsea Sennett (guest star Danielle Panabaker, Mr. Brooks) and her stage mom, Trudy (guest star Shawnee Smith, Saw VI). As everyone starts turning on each other, Deputy District Attorney Morales (Alfred Molina) remains intent on exposing the real ringleader. The new series also stars Oscar� nominated Terrence Howard as Deputy D.A. Jonah “Joe” Dekker.

10 p.m. ET – Wednesday, September 29 on Space

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9:30 p.m. ET – Wednesday, September 29 on Space

Bored during a long jaunt between planets, Chode calls up a virtual casino to pass the time.

Wednesday, September 29 – 9pm ET/PT on Global

The team searches for a kidnapped girl, whose grandfather complicates the investigation.

9:00pm – Wednesday, September 29 on /A

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 8 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Lewis (Robbie Jones) asks Marti (Aly Michalka) on a date but she turns him down. Meanwhile, Savannah (Ashley Tisdale) takes her relationship with Dan (Matt Barr) to the next level.

9:00pm – Wednesday, September 29 on CTV

While JJ (A.J. Cook) attempts to reunite a family whose daughter has mysteriously disappeared, her BAU family braces for the loss of one of their own.