Creator Shonda Rhimes will call it quits on the Grey's Anatomy spin-off after the 13-episode season.
Overall I liked the pilot, but I felt like it had more weaknesses than strengths.
The CW's new doctor drama seems eerily similar to Grey's Anatomy, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have its own merits. However, is it worthy of a spot on your personal viewing schedule? Let's discuss...
Plus: Shonda Rhimes has a she-spy drama in the works at NBC, NBC puts another White House show into development, and Lucille #2 will be back for more Arrested Development.
Plus: Fringe's production hits a snag, Peggy's future on Mad Men is settled, and we now have more proof that Arrested Development's comeback is REAL.
Modern Family! A dancing show! That new one with the guy from Lost! We now know when these shows and others will come back or debut.
Another predictable round of nominations goes out to the usual suspects; all six Modern Family leads get called.
Plus: Political Animals is slow to the polls, Michael Bay lands a pilot at TNT, and Grey's Anatomy recruits a Friday Night Lights player.
Plus: Mockingbird Lane finds its Lily Munster, and Dexter adds a Chuck hottie.
We've laid everything out all nicely to get a better look at which shows will be fighting each other for your eyeballs.
Plus: The season finales of Person of Interest, Scandal, and The Mentalist.
The Season 8 finale starts off with chaos, massive injuries, and a scene that looks an awful lot like the Lost pilot.
The network took a sledgehammer to its schedule today, giving it the biggest makeover of any network schedule so far.
Modern Family, Suburgatory, The Middle, Grey's Anatomy also get the good news.