Gaius Charles and Tessa Ferrer OUT at Grey's Anatomy

Grey's Anatomy recently announced the addition of former Private Practice star Caterina Scorsone, who will reprise her role as Derek Shepherd's (Patrick Dempsey) sister Dr. Amelia Shepherd. Sandra Oh's departure and Scorscone's arrival aren't the only casting changes fans can expect.

According to Deadline, actors Gaius Charles (Shane Ross) and Tessa Ferrer (Leah Murphy) are also set to exit as their contracts have not been picked up for another season.

ABC Sets Summer Return Dates For Mistresses and Rookie Blue

Here is another reason to look forward to the warmer months. ABC has announced the returns of summer sudser Mistresses and cop serial Rookie Blue.

Trevor St. John Heads To The Mentalist

One Life To Live fan favorite Trevor St. John is keeping himself busy these days. St. John will guest star on an upcoming episode of CBS’ The Mentalist.  St. John will play John Hennigan, a man caught up in a deadly team of art thieves. Look for the actor’s episode to air March 30.

The Mentalist airs Sundays at 10 PM EST on CBS.

Sam Champion's New Weather Channel Show is a Ratings Flop


It looks like Sam Champion's big move from Good Morning America to The Weather Channel isn't going so well. According to Deadline, the meteorologist's new show earned a disappointing 186,000 total viewers, with over a third of the audience only tuning in during the news portion of the premiere episode.

Death Becomes Practically Everyone on Scandal

Who Got Shot?
It was James (Dan Bucatinsky)!  Despite making a run for it, James was the third person killed by Jake (Scott Foley). David (Joshua Malina) was intimidated into staying quiet. Jake made the two girls’ bodies disappear, and made James’ death look like a carjacking. David took over the case, to help cover it up. 

Olivia (Kerry Washington) wanted justice for James.  She soon figured out it was really a hit, and that Jake was the perpetrator. She vowed to take down B613. Jake will never let that happen. The resulting conflict will be great!

James Franco Says He Invented The Oscar Selfie, NOT Ellen! (VIDEO)

Did comedienne Ellen DeGeneres steal the Oscar selfie? According to former Academy Awards show host James Franco, she sure did!

Franco recently spoke with The Today Show’s Savannah Guthrie, alongside his Of Mice and Men Broadway co-stars. During the chat he joked about being the one to first do a selfie at the Oscars. Franco stated:

I took some videos and selfies at my Oscars and I got criticized for it. Now she's getting a lot of attention for hers. I don't get it.

Maybe because Ellen was funny doing it, and you weren't James? Watch the interview below! READ MORE