This is a round up of things about the season 13 premiere of Grey’s Anatomy and it includes: episode screencaps, promotional photos, the Shondaland Revealed podcast with Justin & producer Betsy Beers, and a BTS video from when they were filming the premiere.
Justin’s interview with Entertainment Weekly was already posted HERE.

ABC released some promotional photos from the episode after it had aired. The link to the album is below.

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The screencaps took me a while to do, but they finally at the gallery. Apologies for the ABC and Notorious logos on some of them.

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Justin was the guest on the Shondaland Revealed podcast hosted by Grey’s exec-producer Betsy Beers last week. In the podcast they discuss Alex’s journey, the season premiere, also lots of non-Grey’s things and Justin answers a few fan questions. Podcast can be listened to at Entertainment Weekly, iTunes or the Youtube video below.

Below is a video Giacomo Gianniotti (Andrew DeLuca) uploaded to his Instagram of him and Justin filming the season premiere. Check it out because it’s pretty funny. 😂

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Forbes published its list of the World’s Highest-Paid TV Actors of 2016. Justin is on the list at #15 having earned an estimated $9.5 million between June 1, 2015 and June 1, 2016. Full list can be seen at Forbes.


In an interview published by Variety, Sarah Drew teases a bit of the upcoming storyline involving Alex. The full interview can be read at Variety, below are the parts related to Alex.

Karev got himself thrown into jail. Should we expect him to come back to work or is he really dunzo?

Sarah: I can’t tease anything because that’s the big cliffhanger! But I will say that I feel like this season we get a lot of Meredith and Alex bonding and being there for one another in really awesome ways.

How will Jo deal with Karev being in jail and DeLuca being beat up? Will she tell Alex the truth about her marriage secret?

I think that she is incredibly devastated that she created this scenario. Even though it’s not her fault obviously, if she weren’t in the situation she was in, none of this would have happened. It was all this massive misunderstanding, so I think she carries a sense of responsibly. She still obviously loves Alex, but also cares for DeLuca and is horrified by what Alex did to DeLuca — and also horrified that Alex thinks the things that he thinks happened, which are not true. It’s a really rough situation that she’s in.

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Now that was an intense season premiere! Justin did stellar work throughout (no surprise there), and I’m so looking forward to watching what comes next for Alex Karev. Making the return of Grey’s even better, is the return of Justin giving interviews. He spoke with Entertainment Weekly about Alex’s storyline, what happened in the season premiere and why he’s chosen to stay on Grey’s. Check it out below.

Grey’s Anatomy’s Justin Chambers on Alex’s shocking decision

null Though Alex was hesitant to take responsibility for DeLuca’s condition, he made a shocking decision in the closing moments of the Grey’s Anatomy premiere by turning himself in to the police.

During the premiere, DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti) is rushed to the hospital, but Alex (Justin Chambers) declines to share what happened to him. Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) quickly deduces what happened, confronts Alex, and pushes him to turn himself in. While she initially helps him cover it up, Mer ultimately tells Bailey (Chandra Wilson) — but Alex has already turned himself in. What’s next? EW hit the set to find out from Chambers:

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What’s Alex’s mindset right now when turning himself in?
JUSTIN CHAMBERS: His mindset is that he wants to be married, and he’s in love with Jo, and he wants to be her husband, and he wants her to be his wife, and she hasn’t given him an answer. DeLuca was just an innocent bystander caught in the crossfire, and Alex has a lot of rage. He’s got a lot to be rageful about.

EW: How guilty does he feel over what he’s done?
JC: Right now, he’s just trying to pick up the pieces and try to glue it back together.

EW: This is a side we’ve never really seen from Alex before. How does this incident scare him?
JC: It’s a good question. I’ll know the farther I act it. It’s great to be on a show where they really dive into the characters, and everyone gets a little piece of the pie. These are moments that I relish. It’s a great gig. It’s just such an awesome job. I’m so grateful, and I enjoy it very much.

EW: Can you talk about the repercussions moving forward?
JC: I don’t know how that affects his medical license. I don’t know, but he’s… got to find redemption.

EW: Alex seems to have reverted back to the jerk we knew from the early seasons.
JC: I think two steps forward, one step back. I think the jerkier side’s going to come out, and I think he’s definitely taking a pit stop from trying to be more altruistic. He’s been wronged a lot, but he also has to take responsibility.

EW: How do you feel about going back to that side of Alex?
JC: It’s fun. It’s all fun. I’m just happy to work. Yeah, it’s glorious. It really is. Not to be corny, but it is.

EW: Let’s talk about how this is going to change his relationship with Jo.
JC: Obviously, [he’s] going to find out why she can’t marry him. I don’t know where that takes them from there, but he’s hurt, and he’s angry, and he’s wrong, but he’s also right.

EW: For Alex and Jo, do you think there’s…
JC: Hope? On this show, anything’s possible. Anything.

EW: How do you think he’ll feel when he finds out Jo Wilson is not Jo Wilson?
JC: I think angry, very angry, and hurt. Hurt’s usually always under anger. So hurt, very, very hurt.

EW: This is somebody who he finally opened himself up to after Izzie.
JC: Yeah, and it’s a facade, but there’s got to be a reason. He’s definitely going to be hurt in the beginning when he finds out, but people can work through things.

EW: Do you think he understands a little bit about running away from your past given his own past?
JC: Yeah, I would think so. I think he should be a little more empathetic, but they bonded over their past, and to leave that part of her past out, that’s a pretty big piece of her puzzle, so I think he’s going to feel very betrayed.

EW: How will Alex’s relationship with Maggie change after beating up her ex? Will it be difficult for them to come back from that?
JC: I believe so. I mean, as of what we’ve shot so far, I’ve seen her look at Alex with disgust. He messed up. He messed up. Messing up is not good. We got to clean it up if we mess it up.

EW: What was it that made you want to come back, ultimately, for season 13?
JC: A job. I like having a job. I like the people I work with. My boss is awesome. It’s great. Why not? I’ve got nowhere better to be. This is where I’m supposed to be, and I’m enjoying it.

EW: Do you feel like you’ve achieved what you wanted to achieve with this character and everything’s icing on the cake at this point?
JC: I’d like to see him settle and find real foundation with family. I think Alex would be a good dad, but maybe he’s supposed to be everyone’s dad as a doctor. I know that I still care to play him, so I’m interested in seeing where it goes, but I think Alex is going to be OK.

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Entertainment Weekly posted a new article where Justin, Ellen Pompeo and Grey’s Anatomy creator and executive-producer, Shonda Rhimes, discuss what’s coming up for Alex and Meredith’s friendship in the new season. They also give their thoughts about the possibility of the two characters’ relationship going from platonic to romantic.

Grey’s Anatomy: Will Meredith and Alex ever get together?

nullAs Grey’s Anatomy heads into season 13, the ABC medical drama is shifting focus back to the remaining original characters, Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Alex (Justin Chambers) included. The duo are the last of the Fab Five, with their friendship only strengthening over time — so much so that many viewers have rooted for the pair to actually get together, especially in the wake of Derek’s death.

“I was not surprised,” executive producer Shonda Rhimes tells EW of fans wanting to see an Alex and Mer relationship. “We did the dinner party episode, and Meredith and Alex sat on the floor in her bedroom, and they had that great, amazing scene together, and I watched that scene and I thought, ‘Oh, people are going to start ‘shipping Meredith and Alex,’ because there’s such a sense of comfort and nostalgia. They’re easy and wonderful together.”

But Rhimes recognizes that not everyone would want to see the friends together. “If you talk to Ellen and Justin they’ll go, ‘Ew!’ because they’re like brother and sister,” Rhimes says. “But I think it’s because those two actual people have 13 years of history together. They’re very, very much intertwined; they’re family. So it feels really easy like family, and there’s something beautiful about that.”

Chambers concurs: “It did surprise me, because I never saw that happening. I know we did an episode where it was like ‘What if?’ so we got to see a little bit of it, but yeah, it’s surprising. It’s interesting. Hey, this is Shondaland, you know? Anything’s possible!”

With that in mind, season 13 will shine a light on Meredith and Alex’s friendship in the wake of Alex shockingly beating DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti) within an inch of his life, believing the intern was making a move on Jo (Camilla Luddington) in the finale. “Anytime someone who you’re very close to does something really out of character it rocks your whole world, because you think you know someone so well,” Pompeo says. “It’s really damaging on so many levels. An interesting storyline to play this year is not really knowing who Alex is. You think people have come so far. There’s that adage that people don’t change, but people do change. I believe people change — some people can change, some people can’t, and then some people change and then revert back, so there’s all different shades of gray. It’ll be fun to play.”

For Alex, he will regress to the gruff character of the early days. “People who are hurt revert to their less mature selves a lot of the time, and I think that he is hurt and he doesn’t quite know how to cope with that,” Rhimes says. “What I love is that he and Meredith are trying to get through it together, and she’s trying to take care of him, and he’s trying to take care of her, and at times they don’t appreciate each other’s methods.”

“She’s covering for him,” Chambers adds. “Blood’s thicker than water, but they’re not even blood, they are like siblings. I think she’ll do the right thing, but if Alex does, that’s another question. Alex is pretty complicated at times.”

All that said, would Rhimes ever consider pairing Meredith and Alex on a romantic level? “I’ve learned to never say never at this point,” Rhimes says. “I always thought the show would end at season 2, 3, 4 or 5. So every time I would say, ‘This is definitely going to be what’s happening,’ then we keep going and the story grows. Then everyone gets mad because I said something was definitely going to happen. So I’m never going to say never at this point.”

Check out this quick peak of Alex and Meredith in the season premiere. Countdown is on…

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wits2015 Once again, Justin will be attending the “WordTheatre In The Schools” benefit.

WITS program aims to connect under-served youth with curriculum relevant literature. Comprised of professional actors and authors whose profile and work ensures that their readings will resonate with students, the WITS program is both engaging and inspiring.

The benefit will take place at a private home in Studio City, CA on Wednesday, September 21st from 7 – 10pm with the performance at starting at 8:30pm.

TICKETS can be purchased at this LINK.

For more information, please check the event’s page at WordTheatre.

The guest list at the moment includes: Author Brian Doyle, ‘Supa Lowery Brothers Band, World Class Pianist – Inna Faliks, JK Simmons, Edi Gathegi, Justin Chambers, Carla Gugino, Ed Weeks, Jackson Rathbone, Jason George, Bellamy Young, Fred Melamed, Rya Kihlstedt, Leslie Nicol and Bruce Vilanch.

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Check out the extended promo for the season 13 premiere of Grey’s Anatomy on September 22nd.

Here are a couple of pics from last Sunday (Sept. 11) of Justin at the Bright Spot Diner cuddling a beagle named Alice (aww!), and later at Vons.

A photo posted by Eric Armenta (@planeteric) on

Finally, you can check out this article about Alex Karev by Buzzfeed (link in the tweet).

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We’re a little over a week away from the season 13 premiere of Grey’s Anatomy, and with that many previews are coming out. Here’s a roundup of the Grey’s season 13 previews.

I added scans of Entertainment Weekly‘s Fall preview for Grey’s Anatomy to the gallery. Click on the thumbnails for the album.

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Here is a bit more from Entertainment Weekly, about what’s coming for Alex and Jo in Justin’s words.

Something about Jolex’s storyline on Grey’s Anatomy? I love them so much. — Giusina

It won’t be long before Alex finds out that Jo Wilson isn’t who she says she is. “Obviously, he’s going to find out why she can’t marry him,” Justin Chambers says. “I don’t know where that takes them from there, but he’s hurt, and he’s angry, and he’s wrong, but he’s also right.” Unfortunately for Alex, Jo will have a very strong reaction to what he did. More on that here.

This is the Grey’s preview from Yahoo! TV.

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ (Sept. 22, 8 p.m., ABC)
This Season’s Theme: Relationship drama! Camilla Luddington, who plays intern Jo Wilson, says that the premiere picks up right where the Season 12 finale left off: with Alex (Justin Chambers) just having beaten DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti) to a pulp after finding him with Jo and believing the worst. “Dealing with the aftermath is probably the central storyline,” she says of the beginning of Season 13. And then there’s a love triangle brewing with Meredith (Ellen Pompeo), sister Maggie (Kelly McCreary), and Riggs (Martin Henderson).

Where We Left Off: Owen (Kevin McKidd) and Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) got married, and April (Sarah Drew) gave birth to her baby with Jackson (Jesse Williams). Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) made peace with Callie (Sara Ramirez), who moved to New York with her girlfriend.

Coming Up: The Alex mess is going to weigh heavily on the entire staff of Grey Sloan. “There will be ramifications,” Luddington warns. “There’s no way to hide what happened.” Meredith, meanwhile, has a more lighthearted storyline. “There’s a little bit of a love triangle, although I feel like Meredith doesn’t want to admit it,” she says. “It’s a lot of fun. With Grey’s, even in the midst of the darkest storylines, they bring another element of comedy somewhere else.” And let’s not forget the newlyweds! “Amelia and Owen just got married and what does married life look life for two very complicated people who really jumped into it?” Luddington teases.

Career Counseling: Even as Jo grapples with the aftermath of Alex’s violent episode, she’s still trying to find her place in the hospital. “Of anybody, Jo was connected to Callie, so Jo definitely has to find her place and her specialty,” she says. “We see Stephanie (Jerrika Hinton) in neuro, and I think Jo wants that for herself. So this season, I think we’ll see Jo finding a mentor, because she lost the person who may have been that.”

Next up, is the Grey’s preview from TV Line.

The Meredith/Nathan/Maggie triangle will go from kinda weird to flat-out awkward as Maggie’s crush on McHottie shows no sign of letting up. Nathan, of course, is more interested in jumpstarting her widowed sister’s heart, leaving a still-relationship-resistant Mer caught smack right in the middle (what else is new!). Elsewhere, Jo’s abusive ex-boyfriend, er, husband will remain an off-screen presence through at least the early fall as she and Alex grapple with the repercussions of his scary pummeling of Andrew. Jackson and April, meanwhile, make a valiant attempt to stay in the Friend Zone while raising their new baby. Good luck with that, kids.

BONUS SPOILER!: As previously reported, Arizona will be MIA the first two episodes; an early episode will reference her being in New York doing the co-parenting thing with Callie.

RETURN DATE: Thursday, Sept. 22 at 8/7c (ABC)

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