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Voting to determine the nominees for the 2016 People’s Choice Awards has begun (ends on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015). Justin is one of the potential nominees on the PCA site for Favorite Dramatic TV Actor.

You can vote as many times as you wish. Vote for Justin here: 2016 PCA: Dramatic TV Actor

Vote for Grey’s Anatomy to be nominated in the following categories as well!

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Last Thursday’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy was a big one for Justin’s character, Alex Karev. Below are a couple of reviews of the episode that specifically mention Justin.

Buddy TV

I complain all the time that GA doesn’t showcase Justin Chambers nearly enough. One could argue that Alex Karev is the show’s most underused regular and yet he is, in my opinion, a MVP.

Entertainment Weekly

Alex Karev wasn’t even supposed to be a long-running character on Grey’s Anatomy, but then Justin Chambers turned him into this pillar. And then after George and Izzie and Cristina, it’s just the woman that the whole show is named after … and Alex Karev. So it’s always nice when there’s an episode that helps us to remember why Dr. Karev is the man of Grey’s Anatomy after all of these years. Sure, there’s some sister drama and Bailey is chief and there are hot new interns, but this week is overflowing with Alex, and it’s overdue

The Grey’s Anatomy cast and crew had some nice things to say about Justin. Click on the links to read their tweets.
Camilla Luddington, Jessica Capshaw, Jessica Capshaw #2, Sarah Drew, writer Elisabeth Finch, associate producer Karin Gleason, prop master Angela Whiting, writers’ office medical team Grey’s Medical.

The award for ‘the most screencaps for a single episode of Grey’s Anatomy‘ belongs to “I Choose You” with a total of 899! Link to the screencaps is below.

Screencaps > 12.03 – I Choose You
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Grey’s episode this week is titled “Old Time Rock ‘n’ Roll.” Check out the synopsis, the promo and a sneak peek with Alex, Meredith, Maggie and Amelia carpooling to work.

“Old Time Rock ‘n Roll” – Owen suggests the interns learn a vital lesson on how to break bad news to patients’ families, and Arizona’s 90-year-old patient reassures her that she’s destined to find love again. Meanwhile, the sisters completely forget about the dinner party they’re hosting for everyone, on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15 (8:00 – 9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.


Sneak peek


Apologies for the delay, but it was a busy weekend.
Cosmopolitan posted an interesting take on the character of Alex Karev. Below is only an excerpt of the article, so click on the link to read it in full.
Sidenote: Alex Karev has always been my (Diana) favorite Grey’s character!

How Alex Karev Became an Unlikely New Heartthrob of “Grey’s Anatomy”

What bothered me most was the fact that he was ever even assigned to Dr. Bailey’s service: In the pilot, only Izzie, George, Cristina, and Meredith were her interns. What was the point of transferring Alex to Dr. Bailey too? Did the network not think that three powerhouse women and one brilliant but bumbling boy next door were enough? Did we seriously (to use the frequently overused catchphrase of the show’s early seasons) need to add a white bad boy into the mix?

What followed for Alex (played by Justin Chambers) was a veritable parade of douchebaggery. He started a syphilis outbreak. (Not hating on his casual sex game, but he’s a doctor — he should know to use condoms.) He yelled at patients and treated women (actually, everyone) like they were beneath him. He somehow managed to both sexually harass and reject Addison Montgomery Shepherd. And he entered into a codependent relationship with Jane Doe/Ava that nearly destroyed both of them. There were flashes of compassion throughout — I’ll admit I got choked up when he picked up Izzie and carried her away from Denny Dukette’s death bed — and it was clear viewers were supposed to see him as a jerk with a heart of gold, in part because we were supplied with plenty of explanations for his behavior. He had an abusive father, a mentally ill mother, and a youth spent in foster care and juvie. But all those explanations were just that: explanations. They weren’t excuses.

And yet now here we are, in a world where Alex is responsible enough to be Meredith’s emergency contact. In a world where he’s in a loving, honest relationship with Jo, someone with whom he’s finally allowed himself to be vulnerable. In a world where, if my suspicious/fantasies are correct, he’s going to be a committed father before the season is up. How did Grey’s pull this off?


Grey’s Anatomy is on tonight and writer Elizabeth Finch tweeted this a while ago:

@wbharp is Grey’s executive producer, William Harper, who is also the writer of tonight’s episode titled “I Choose You.” Sounds like Justin has some great material! Tune into Grey’s to find out the answer to the question below and more! 🙂


On September 25th, Justin attended the ICAN (Inter-Agency Council on Child Abuse and Neglect) hosted Nexus XX Training Conference which was themed “Violence Within the Home and Its Effects on Children.”

An enormous THANK YOU goes out to Grace Becker [@GraceFYD] who kindly and generously shared her pics and video from the conference.

The pics of Justin at the conference have been added to our gallery and the link to the album is below. The woman seated next to Justin is actress/author/advocate Lindsay Wagner and the boy is Mark West who Justin presented an award to (video below).

Nexus XX Training Conference – September 25
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Justin also tweeted about the conference and meeting people from ICAN. Check it out:

This is video of Justin presenting an award at the conference to an extraordinary and adorable 8-year-old named Mark West. The sound isn’t the greatest, so I added subtitles to the video. My apologies if I transcribed something incorrectly!


Season 12 of Grey’s Anatomy has officially begun and Justin got a nice shoutout in a review for the season premiere.

I found it ironic that this episode was titled “Sledgehammer” since I felt pummeled by this heavy-handed plot. These are important issues. Issues that require a nuanced touch, but there was no subtlety here. Callie’s plight was meant to move me. Maggie’s horror stories were meant to move me. In all honestly, it was only Alex’s tale that really seemed authentic instead of contrived and that was due, I think, to the stellar work of Justin Chambers – so often underused and under appreciated.

If you watched the season premiere, you caught a brief glimpse of Jo and Alex’s (Jolex) loft. Set decorator, Nicole Cramer, posted a few pics of it. Check them out at the link below.

Jolex’s Loft – Set
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On Wednesday, Jessica Capshaw did ADR (Automated Dialog Replacement) work for episode 12.03 and posted a pic with the following caption:

Behind the scenes…Took Luke to get some ADR done today. Episode 1203. Just you wait…#JustinChambers is uh-mazing!! #TGIT ONLY ONE MORE DAY TO WAIT!!!

Definitely makes me excited! Grey’s episode 12.03 is titled “I Choose You” and will air on October 8th.

Speaking of episode 12.03, a fan posted this pic with Justin taken back in August when Grey’s was filming on location for that episode.


Third and final update of the day! On Friday, Justin attended the Gersh Emmy Nominees Celebration in Beverly Hills with his wife, Keisha. I added two photos from the event of Justin posing with Keisha and Bob Gersh, the Co-President of The Gersh Agency.

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Justin watched the documentary “Racing Extinction” about a team of artists and activists intent on showing the world never-before-seen images that expose issues of endangered species and mass extinction (trailer). Check out his tweet and pic from opening night below.
The documentary is currently being shown in select theaters. For more info and to check where it’s playing, go to RacingExtinction.com

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