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06/07/2014

&#9733 In an article on why Sandra Oh deserves an Emmy nomination, Justin is one of the actors highlighted as deserving recognition for making ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ enjoyable for the past decade.

While the show itself may not yet be up to reclaiming its spot in the Best Drama race, its actors, particularly Oh, deserve to be recognized. They’re what gives Grey’s it’s heart, and without them — Ellen Pompeo, Chandra Wilson, the always-underlooked Justin Chambers — the show wouldn’t have been half as enjoyable as it was this past decade. And without Sandra Oh, it wouldn’t have even been worth watching.

Source: Bustle

 
&#9733 ABC/Disney (finally) announced “Grey’s Anatomy: The Complete Tenth Season” on DVD. With the tagline “Live For The Moments”, the DVD set will be released on September 2nd, 2014.

Below is the DVD cover and the bonus features. The full press release and a bigger DVD cover image can be seen at TVShowsOnDVD.com


Bonus Features:

&#9830 Extended Episode “Do You Know?”
&#9830 Spotlight on Sandra Oh – Dr. Cristina Yang is one of the most beloved characters on Grey’s Anatomy. Get to know the actress who plays her, as we sit with Sandra and reminisce about her favorite moments and memories, as she winds up her 10-year run.
&#9830 Medical, Medical – The medical procedures on Grey’s Anatomy have intensified the hospital drama since day one. In this featurette, watch selected cast members get a tutorial from medical producer Linda Klein. From sewing stitches to starting a central line, we’ll see what it takes for the actors to pull off their TV surgical skills.
&#9830 Bloopers
&#9830 Deleted Scenes



05/02/2014

There’s finally confirmation of what fans were hoping for! Justin has signed a new two-year deal to stay on Grey’s Anatomy through seasons 11 and 12. In addition to Justin, there’s confirmation that Chandra Wilson, James Pickens Jr and Sara Ramirez have also signed new deals.

Four Grey’s Anatomy Stars Sign New Two-Year Deals

Justin Chambers, Chandra Wilson, James Pickens Jr. and Sara Ramirez have signed new two-year deals for Grey’s Anatomy, TVGuide.com has learned.

The quartet joins Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey, who also extended their contracts through Season 12 back in January. ABC has yet to officially pick up Grey’s for Season 11, but the announcement is expected soon.

The news comes on the heels of Sandra Oh’s upcoming departure from the series after 10 seasons. Current series regulars Tessa Ferrer and Gaius Charles will also exit at the end of the season. As for those sticking around, it’s unclear whether Caterina Scorsone, who’s currently reprising her Private Practice role as Dr. Amelia Shepherd, will be promoted to series regular in Season 11, though Thursday’s episode opened the door to that possibility.

Aside from Pompeo and Dempsey, Chambers (Dr. Alex Karev), Wilson (Dr. Miranda Bailey) and Pickens (Dr. Richard Webber) are the only remaining original actors who are still with the show. Ramirez (Dr. Callie Torres) joined the show in Season 2 before becoming a series regular the following season.



05/01/2014

With three episodes (including tonight’s) left to air in this 10th season of Grey’s Anatomy, media outlets are publishing interviews with the cast reflecting on Sandra Oh’s exit. Below are Justin’s thoughts about his co-star of ten seasons from TV Guide and The Hollywood Reporter.

TV Guide — GREY’S ANATOMY: THE CAST SAYS FAREWELL TO SANDRA OH

“It’s going to be completely bizarre. It’s going to be a huge hole for us because she’s such a huge part of Grey’s. Her intelligence and talent is felt, and it ripples throughout the show. So, not having her here, we’re really going to feel it. I’m excited for her. She’s so talented. There’s going to be great stuff for her in the future.” — Justin Chambers

The Hollywood Reporter — ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Cast, Creators Say Farewell to Sandra Oh

Justin Chambers (Alex)
Favorite memory and how Cristina’s story should end:
“Sandra is an incredible actor and will just look at me a certain way and I’ll bust up laughing. We had a scene fighting over a gurney and we acted juvenile like our characters do. She does this look and puts her head up and walks off and I kept laughing every time we did the take. I love her so much. She sets such a great precedent on our show and a lot of actors, myself included, have learned from her. I love Yang and what she’s contributed to the show. I think Yang should run a hospital somewhere and be happy. She should find happiness even if it’s through work.”



04/11/2014

In the April 21st edition of Us Weekly, the focus of the “25 Things You Don’t Know About Me” feature is none other than Justin! Click on the image to learn more about him from the man himself.

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04/10/2014

TV Guide posted a new interview where Justin discusses the possibility of Alex leaving Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital and joining a private practice. Read on to see what he has to say.

Grey’s Anatomy: Will Alex Really Leave Grey Sloan Memorial?

Could another doctor say farewell to the hallowed halls of Grey Sloan Memorial before the end of Grey’s Anatomy’s tenth season? With the mounting pressure of his student loans soon being due, Alex (Justin Chambers) might be swayed to join Dr. Butthole’s (Patrick Fabian) private practice.

“This is somebody who Alex [is] taken by what’s going on with his life,” Chambers tells TVGuide.com. “This guy is still young. He’s got cars, a nice office and a good job. What he does is easy. He could do it blindfolded. Alex thinks, ‘Wow, maybe I could do this. I still have all these loans. I’m broke. Maybe I need to start possibly thinking of joining a private practice.’ He’s starting to see that he could maybe profit a little more than he has and also still be able to do charitable and humanitarian things that he’s been doing as a doctor.”

But that decision won’t come lightly. After all, Alex is part of the original Fab Five of interns whose careers have been defined by their time at the hospital formerly known as Seattle Grace. And if his emotional ties won’t keep him at the hospital, then his mentor Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) certainly will try. “I do not think she will let him go very easily,” Capshaw says. “Just flashback to the fact that he was supposed to be on the plane. He can’t have had her go on the plane and then go off with Dr. Butthole, that’s not going to go down well for her.

Still, Alex considering taking the job is “justified,” Chambers says. “Especially now that he’s in a relationship, he has a home now, maybe he wants to start a family and he wants to pay off these debts, he might want the money.”

Would you miss Alex if he left Grey Sloan?



03/06/2014

Nominees for the 18th Annual Prism Awards were announced this morning and Justin has been nominated in the Male Performance in a Drama Series Multi-Episode Storyline category. Winners will be announced during a ceremony on April 22, 2014 at the Skirball Center.

The PRISM Awards honor TV, movie, music, online, and comic book entertainment that accurately depicts drug, alcohol and tobacco use and addiction, as well as mental health issues.

Other Grey’s Anatomy nominees include James Remar (in the same category as Justin), Chandra Wilson and the multi-episode storylines depicting substance abuse (Alex’s father) and mental health (Bailey’s OCD).

This is Justin’s third PRISM award nomination after earning nominations in 2008 and 2009. Below are the nominees in Justin’s category. The full list of nominations can be seen at PRWEB.COM

Male Performance in a Drama Series Multi-Episode Storyline
Justin Chambers, Grey’s Anatomy
LL Cool J, NCIS: Los Angeles
Jonny Lee Miller, Elementary
Eric Christian Olsen, NCIS: Los Angeles
James Remar, Grey’s Anatomy



03/06/2014

Ahead of tonight’s new episode of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, TV Guide posted a new interview with Justin and his co-star Camilla Luddington. Read what they had to say about Alex and Jo and what’s coming for them.

Grey’s Anatomy: Are Alex and Jo Really Going to Break Up?

For a hospital that has been dominated by on-call room romps and various hookups, it should come as no surprise that the new rule barring superiors from dating their subordinates will cause quite a stir at Grey Sloan Memorial. We’ll learn during Thursday’s Grey’s Anatomy that this is especially difficult for Alex (Justin Chambers) and Jo (Camilla Luddington), who, because they’re not married, are technically no longer allowed to date.

“They’re dealing with it horribly,” Luddington tells TVGuide.com from the set of the ABC medical drama. “It’s really jarring. They think it’s completely hypocritical. Jo is on damage control. She wants to do anything in her power that she can to make sure that she and Alex can still be together, but the powers that be make it extremely difficult for that to happen.”

If you caught the promo for this week’s Grey’s, it seems like Alex and Jo are headed for a big breakup, but that could be deceiving. In fact, Chambers says Alex will work to hang onto the one good thing in his life. “Commitment phobias are still [there],” Chambers says and explains that the rule will force them to really look towards the future. “I think they make a great couple and complement each other.

“She’s very careful with her relationships,” Luddington adds. “It took her a long time to even let Alex know that she liked him and had those feelings. Even then, she was wary about keeping it as friends because she felt like she’d ruin stuff.”

But Alex finally confronting his father has made him a better man, one who wants to take the next step with Jo, as evidenced by his impromptu proposal before April’s (Sarah Drew) wedding. “Alex realizes that he was better off that his dad wasn’t part of his life because maybe he wouldn’t have become a working professional if he was always picking up after his dad,” Chambers says. “That was a really mature realization for him. I think it helps that he’s in a more stable relationship with Jo. They’re there for each other. That stability has given him more of an insight on how to handle things. We’re going to see him mature. Jo is making him more responsible.

However, Jo might not be so mature when she blames Stephanie (Jerrika Hinton) as the culprit behind the lawsuit that birthed the new rule at the hospital. “Jo assumes by process of elimination that it’s Stephanie because of everything that happened with April and Jackson [Jesse Williams],” Luddington says. “She feels betrayed a little bit by her friend. Jo feels like there haven’t been many good relationships in her life, so Alex is someone who is beyond special to her. It’s not just a boyfriend that she’s in love with. For someone to potentially threaten that in a way that she feels is selfish, ridiculous and over the top, she feels betrayed. She’s really upset. She’s a little vicious about it almost.”

Do you think Alex and Jo will last?



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