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TV Guide posted previews for returning Winter shows including Grey’s Anatomy. Read below what awaits when the show returns on January 19th.

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Premieres: Thursday, Jan. 19 at 8/7c

Where We Left Off: Convinced she didn’t want to try having more children, Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) left Owen (Kevin McKidd) and told him via a note not to come after her. Jo (Camilla Luddington) finally confessed to Alex (Justin Chambers) that she’s married to an abusive man and changed her name so that she could escape him, and Alex contemplated turning himself in to spend two years in prison for assaulting DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti). And newcomer Eliza Minnick (Marika Dominczyk) got flirty with Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) and indicated that she’s prepared to take over from Richard Webber (James Pickens, Jr.), causing the Grey Sloan staff to rally behind their longtime leader.

What’s Next: According to Kevin McKidd, Owen will ignore Amelia’s request and go after his wife – though whether they’ll be able to reconcile remains up in the air. “There comes a time where enough’s enough,” McKidd notes. “She was almost a runaway bride at the wedding, and now she’s running again. … This kind of on-again-off-again thing can’t go on forever.” Meanwhile, at the hospital, battle lines are drawn as Minnick faces off with Webber, and no one feels more caught in the middle than Arizona, who continues to struggle with her feelings for Dr. Minnick and her loyalty to Webber. “As long as Eliza represents Richard Webber in any way, shape or form being ousted or compromised, then [Arizona’s] not going to be able to wholeheartedly jump into something that feels fresh and new exciting without feeling sort of apologetic about it,” Jessica Capshaw explains. “[She’s] feeling like, ‘Man, really, I’m going to have to pass this up? … This stinks.” And, though no one will know what decision Alex comes to until the show returns, Capshaw promises that the repercussions from his actions won’t end with him choosing whether or not to go to jail. For starters, will he ever be able to work at Grey Sloan again? “A lot hinges on whether or not he’s going to be able to disentangle himself from this mess,” Capshaw says.


Grey’s Anatomy returns in a little under two weeks! Check out the synopsis and the promo for the midseason premiere on January 19th below.
The rest of the TGIT lineup (Scandal, How To Get Away With Murder) returns that night as well, and the TGIT promo is also below.


“You Can Look (But You’d Better Not Touch)”- Bailey, Arizona and Jo go to a maximum security women’s prison to treat a violent, 16-year-old pregnant girl and her unborn baby, on the midseason premiere of “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, JANUARY 19 (8:00-9:01 p.m. EST), on the ABC Television Network.

Grey’s Anatomy promo

TGIT promo


This will be the final voting reminder for the People’s Choice Awards 2017 because it ends tomorrow: Thursday, Dec. 15 at 11:59 PM, ET.

Voting is unlimited so let’s vote as much as we can for Justin to win the PCA for Favorite Dramatic TV Actor. 💪😎 Link to vote is below.



Grey’s Anatomy is also up for the Favorite TV Show and Favorite Network TV Drama awards. Justin’s co-star Ellen Pompeo is up for the Favorite Dramatic TV Actress award. I’ll leave links for the Grey’s-related categories below, too.

Favorite TV Show

Favorite Network TV Drama

Favorite Dramatic TV Actress


Voting for the People’s Choice Awards end this Thursday, Dec. 15 and Justin is up for the Favorite Dramatic TV Actor award. You can vote an unlimited amount of times, so keep voting here ➨ FAVORITE DRAMATIC TV ACTOR 😊

Grey’s Anatomy creator, Shonda Rhimes, and ABC Entertaiment President, Channing Dungey made it into The Hollywood Reporter‘s 2016 Women in Entertainment Power 100 list. There’s a short article where they mention the first time they met back in August 2004 during the casting session for the role of Alex Karev, which Justin obviously got. Read about it below.

What Justin Chambers from ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Has to Do With Shonda Rhimes and ABC’s Entertainment Chief

“The beginning of any show, … it’s terrifying,” says Rhimes of her early days working with the network’s Channing Dungey. “I remember, for my producing partner Betsy Beers and me, it was such a relief whenever Channing was around. She just got it. And she always told us the truth.”

Dungey remembers the exact moment she met Rhimes. It was her second day on the job at ABC Studios (then Touchstone Television). “Aug. 9, 2004,” recalls Dungey with certainty. “We were at the casting session for the Alex Karev role on Grey’s Anatomy because the character hadn’t been in the original pilot.”

The part went to Justin Chambers, and he’s still playing it 12 years later. But that’s about all that has remained the same for these two. Dungey became an instant favorite in the drama department, ultimately moving over to the network and, as of February, running ABC Entertainment. And Rhimes has become one of the most prolific, successful and public showrunners in television history. More than a decade after the launch of Grey’s, it’s still the No. 1 drama on ABC, which now has a whopping five series — Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder, among them — produced by Rhimes’ Shondaland.

It’s December which means the usual year-end lists and reviews are being posted. TV Line posted its list of the TV Characters Who Had an Awful 2016, and Alex Karev is on it. See why they chose him below and here’s hoping 2017 is better for him. 😬



TV Line compiled a list of Season 13’s most heartbreaking moments so far. Alex is a part of five out of the ten moments chosen. The first part of the season was pretty good for us Justin/Alex fans (i.e. he had a lot of scenes/story and there some really great ones). 😉
Full list can be seen at TV Line, below are the moments involving Alex.

🔸 ‘As Long as We Can’

Who didn’t want a hug — and breakfast — after Alex told Mer that, until he was jailed, he wanted to have Waffle Sundays “like a family, all of us”?

🔸 ‘I Should’ve Told You’

Even more crushing than Jo’s confession to Alex that she was wed to an abusive husband was her attempt to make her estranged almost-fiancé believe that, if she fled post-trial, he wasn’t to blame.

🔸 Fatherly Advice

… until, that is, Jeremy freaked out, prompting Alex to sweetly reassure him that “there’s only one trick” to being a good dad: “Show up.”

🔸 ‘Goodbye, Mer’

Grey assured Alex in “You Haven’t Done Nothin’” that, even if he stupidly took the plea and went to jail, she’d be fine. But watching him say farewell to her, we weren’t sure that we would be.

🔸 ‘It Almost Killed Me’

We broke down right along with Amelia when, during “Roar,” she revealed to Alex the whole sad story of her son’s 43-minute life.


Actress Leigh Bush, who played the D.A.’s assistant in the Grey’s Anatomy winter finale (episode 13.09), will be making an appearance in another episode, presumably the winter premiere on January 19. She tweeted another pic from her second episode with Justin on the set.

A larger version of this pic and other BTS pics from season 13 (including Leigh’s first one with Justin) can be seen in the Behind-the-scenes/ On Set album



P.S. – 👇👇👇 Link is in the tweet. Use it. Vote. Thank you.🌹


Tonight is the last episode of Grey’s Anatomy in 2016. 😢 Check out this sneak peek from the winter finale titled “You Haven’t Done Nothin'” where Alex apologizes to Jo and says goodbye.


We did it! Justin is nominated in the Favorite Dramatic TV Actor category for the People’s Choice Awards 2017! 😊 🙌 🎉 🎉

Now, it’s time to vote for the win. Justin has given us 13 seasons of Alex Karev, let’s give him the PCA! 🏆

Voting ends on Thursday, December 15 and you can vote as many times as you want. So, keep voting! Link to vote is below:



Grey’s Anatomy is also nominated for Favorite TV Show and Favorite Network TV Drama. Vote for the show at the links below:

Favorite TV Show

Favorite Network TV Drama

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