Home Videos Photos Shop
PerezHilton CocoPerez Beyoncé Taylor Swift Trump Kim K. PerezTV

Time For Grey's To Get Real

| Filed under: TV NewsEllen Pompeo


Just when you think they've got nothing left up their sleeves, Shonda Rhimes does it again.

A new twist is coming to Seattle Grace in Feburary. For the first time, Grey's Anatomy will be taking a 24 approach and present an episode in real-time.

The episode's titled Golden Hour and will follow Ellen Pompeo's character Meredith Grey as she runs the E.R. during the first hour after a trauma. It's gonna be bloody. It's gonna be sad. It's gonna be great TV drama.

Ok, maybe not as great as watching Jack Bauer save the entire world in one hour, but it'll still be worth tuning in on Feb. 10th, we think.


Tags: , , ,

Golden Globes 2018: The Biggest Snubs & Surprises!
Stranger Things Stars In Music Videos!
Rock Of Love Stars: Where Are They Now?
Gossip Girl Stars: Where Are They Now??
Emmy Awards 2017: Twitpics & Instagrams!
17 Game Of Thrones Sex Scenes RANKED From Best To Worst!

5 comments to “Time For Grey's To Get Real”

  1. 1

    NOTHING this show can ever come close to equaling ER. Gray's is such a wannabe.

  2. 2

    This is old news and you don't know what you're talking about. Shonda Rhimes is an AMAZING writer and no matter how farfetched her ideas or stories are they will always be executed brilliantly.

    Also this show isn't trying to be ER and never has tried! It is nothing like ER. ER is ER and Grey's is Grey's.

  3. 3

    Hardly originial, but it suits the medical/soap genre well.

  4. 4

    I have no problem with Grey's…in fact I even watch it..but I'm DYING for something original that I can't see and imediately think.."oh its just like that episode of ER"…its not okay to recycle ideas/whole plots from another medical drama and pass it off as original..next thing you know they are going to "pioneer" a live episode

  5. 5

    Ok for that person that says that Greys never tried to be ER, obviously you werent a big watcher of ER. For example when T.R. Knight left the show and how he died was completely taken from ER in an early season where the black dude from house played a medstudent and committed suicide by jumping off the platform… like TR they worked on him in the ER and was trying to find him to assist in the case but didnt realize til they saw his nametag cause his face was unrecognizable… one of many instances, including the finale last season with a mad man running aound trying to kill dempsey, same thing happened with greene, however i feel grey's did a better job and it was a great episode. Also when they filmed a documentary type episode. it was done on ER. You are right in saying that they are two separate shows, but sometimes Shonda takes things from ER and u cannot deny that… Greys does have its own show and has more involvemnet with sex, and the emotions rather than their jobs… oh well i like private practice anyway…