Looks like McDreamy is about to go through a McNightmare of a divorce!
Now, according to legal documents, their split might not be as amicable as it once appeared.
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While this year's SAG Awards weren't quite as punchy as years before, they were full of heart. So much heart!
There were high moments, like Uzo Aduba starting the night off with her win for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series, and really, there were no low moments… because it's an awards show, of course! LOLz!
In case you missed it, we have an entire list of the winners right here for you. You're welcome!
All hail Viola Davis!
The mucho talented actress won Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series at the SAG Awards 2015 and we couldn't be happier!
The How to Get Away With Murder star gave a powerful and absolutely touching acceptance speech for her portrayal of the hard-nosed lawyer, Annalise Keating. We especially loved how Davis incorporated her adorable daughter, Genesis, into her speech. Family is so important!
Sigh, we just CAN'T wait until How to Get Away With Murder returns on January 29 — we need Annalise back in our lives ASAP!
You go, girl!
The Golden Globes are over, but award season is just beginning!
Among the bigger award shows, a very special ceremony happens every year somewhat under the radar: the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association's Dorian Awards!
Over 100 members of GALECA vote on their favorites in TV and film, all through an LGBTQ lens.
If you're not familiar with the award show, it distinguishes itself not just with its LGBTQ-friendly categories, but also with unique ones like Campy TV Show, Unsung TV Show, and Visually Striking Film Of The Year!
See the entire list — and find out who will be the recipient of the prestigious Timeless Award (below)!
We told you Viola Davis was strongly rumored to be leading the Suicide Squad
Now Viola has confirmed she only has one contender left for the part: time.
It looks like Viola Davis is ending her year with a bang as the leader of DC's super villain gang!
The How To Get Away With Murder star has reportedly scored the role of Amanda Waller in Warner Bros' upcoming Suicide Squad movie.
Amanda "The Wall" Waller is a no-nonsense government agent who recruits villains to take on suicide missions — and isn't afraid to get right in Batman's face!
Viola quickly jumped to the front of a small group of high-caliber contenders for the juicy part, including Oprah Winfrey and The Help costar Octavia Spencer.
However, her involvement in the film has not yet been officially announced as Warner Bros must make sure they can shoot around her busy TV schedule.