GREY’S ANATOMY Sneak Peek: There’s a New Chief of General Surgery in Town


Tensions couldn’t be higher on tonight’s all new episode of GREY’S ANATOMY when April is appointed the new interim Chief of General Surgery — a replacement for Meredith after being suspended by Bailey.

In the sneak peak below, April lets Webber know that Warren will be the head surgeon on an operation that was Webber’s to begin with. Arizona, whilst listening in, is clearly annoyed and upset about this new situation. However, April’s facial expressions and tone of voice make it quite clear that she does not want to be doing this. It’s easier to push away someone you don’t know or have a relationship with, but when the person enforcing the change is someone you’ve known for a long time — as it is in April’s case versus Webber and the attendings — that becomes more difficult for all sides.

Meanwhile, the residents are excited for Eliza’s next phase of teaching, but they spend the day caught between the warring attendings.

Watch the sneak peek below and tune in to GREY’S ANATOMY’s all new episode tonight (February 16) at 8:00 p.m. EST/PST on ABC (U.S.) or at 7:00 p.m. EST/PST on CTV (Canada).

SCANDAL Sneak Peek: Things Go Badly For Cyrus


Olivia has been insistent that Cyrus was responsible for Vargas’ death on SCANDAL and while the White House initially pushed back on that accusation, it looks like Cyrus’ role will be made public soon enough.

In a clip from this week’s episode, David Rosen and the FBI director are giving a news conference and have announced that they are broadening the scope of the Vegars investigation. One of the reporters asks if they’re looking at Cyrus and while David doesn’t confirm him as a suspect specifically, the implication is there that he is a person nof interest. Abby, meanwhile, is very much against this plan and thinks that Olivia is playing Fitz and Cyrus isn’t guilty. In fact, she calls Cyrus to warn him about the impending crisis heading his way.

Don’t miss an all new episode of SCANDAL tonight (February 9) at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

GREY’S ANATOMY Sneak Peek: Will Catherine Avery Put a Halt to the Webber-Bailey-Minnick Feud?


When you’re stepping on another person’s legacy, and that person happens to be highly regarded and respected, you’re bound to have a difficult time earning the trust and respect of your peers. Eliza Minnick knows this better than anyone right now as she’s in the middle of a feud with Webber — one that seems to be continuing on tonight’s all-new episode of GREY’S ANATOMY when Catherine Avery returns. Will she put a halt to the feud or add more ammo to the fire?

The feud between Webber-Bailey-Minnick has forced the doctors at Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital to choose where their loyalties lie. In the sneak peek below, April’s curiosity gets the better of her when she asks Catherine about the situation with Richard and whether she had returned to put a “halt” to everything that had been going on between the three. In a not-so-surprising manner, April is quickly dismissed and told to do her job. And here’s what everyone is thinking: It’s okay for Catherine to meddle into April’s marriage but it’s not okay for April to ask about hers? Where’s the fairness in that?

Meanwhile, Maggie gets a surprise visit from her mother at the hospital. Bailey has to make a decision when one of the attendings refuses to work with Eliza, and Stephanie gets caught up in Owen and Amelia’s personal drama.

Watch the sneak peek below and tune in to GREY’S ANATOMY’s all new episode tonight (February 9) at 8:00 p.m. EST/PST on ABC (U.S.) or at 7:00 p.m. EST/PST on CTV (Canada).

FRESH OFF THE BOAT Sneak Peek: Old Folks and New Pantries


On this week’s FRESH OFF THE BOAT a reorganized pantry causes apprehension amongst the Huang children as they believe it’s their mother’s sanctuary and she’ll be upset by the changes. In a surprising character twist, Jessica loves the changes Louis enacted, making the bulk items more accessible and organizing the soup cans by expiration date.

After a fun scene between Jessica and her sister belting out a rendition of The Color Purple, we see the boys in a convertible with Marvin and Honey as they go to check out their future home. The only problem is that their future home is an Old Folks Home. While this may be the perfect set up for Marvin in a few years, Honey is only 28 and this might cause some relationship troubles.

Watch an all-new FRESH OFF THE BOAT tonight (February 7) at 9:00 PM ET/PT on ABC.

SCANDAL Sneak Peek: Can Olivia Convince Others that Cyrus is Guilty?


Olivia is convinced that Cyrus is responsible for Vargas’ murder right after his electoral win. And on the season premiere of SCANDAL last week, she managed to get her hands on a tip from a staffer who said that Cyrus had Vargas killed. The U.S. is facing a huge crisis on the show, however. With President-Elect Vargas now dead, no one is entirely sure who should become President. Cyrus, after all, was only the Vice President-Elect when Vargas was killed and Mellie had lost the election (albeit by a small margin). Of course, if Olivia was able to prove that Cyrus was responsible for the election night assassination that would be the easiest way to ensure that he never actually becomes President.

But Olivia is in for a fight. When she tells Fitz, Abby and David about the voicemail and her suspicions about Cyrus’ guilt, they all insist that they have a suspect for Vargas’ murder in custody and no one can find any evidence that Cyrus was responsible for blowing up the staffer’s cabin. Elsewhere in the episode, Fitz calls Cyrus and Mellie together and insists that they figure out how to handle this unprecedented electoral crisis.

This week’s episode is also going to show us flashbacks to the later stages of the election and reveal just how far Olivia was willing to go in order to ensure that her candidate won.

A new episode of SCANDAL airs tonight (February 2) at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER Sneak Peek: The Five Stages of Grief

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Wes may be dead on HOW TO GET AWAY WITH  MURDER, but he has a big presence in the January return of the show — not only because his death was recent and hangs over everyone, but because we also see a lot of flashbacks with him. In fact, everyone seems to recall a recent moment with Wes.

Meanwhile, Annalise is clearly distraught over losing Wes, but her situation becomes even more dire when she’s transfered to a local prison to await a bail hearing. Bonnie is determined to get her out and hires a solid lawyer, but Annalise doesn’t want anyone but Bonnie to represent her.

The rest of the students are all adjusting to the loss of one of their own. Laurel is desponent in the hospital after the loss of Wes and we’ll get confirmation on exactly who her Baby Daddy is. But fractures start developing among the kids, with each of them pointing the finger at different people over Wes’ death. Laurel is convinced that Frank is responsible, while Connor believes Annalise is at fault, and Mikaela thinks it was the Mahoney family.

By the end of the episode we’ll hear a surprising confession that’s sure to have a long-lasting effect on the show.

Don’t miss the return of HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER tonight (January 26) at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

GREY’S ANATOMY Sneak Peek: The Grey-Sloan Doctors Treat a Patient at a Prison

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To say it’s been a long winter hiatus would be an understatement as tonight’s all-new episode of GREY’S ANATOMY takes the doctors of Grey-Sloan Memorial through unprecedented situations. The most common of them being associated with prison — Alex and the possibility that he may very well end up behind bars, and Jo, Bailey, and Arizona visiting a prison to treat a violent patient.

In the sneak peek below, we see Bailey, who is clearly not happy to be attending to a patient in a prison — let alone one who’s pregnant and 16-years old. Arizona, while trying to stay positive, ultimately agrees with Bailey’s thoughts. Jo, on the other hand, is more on the defensive end because, unbeknownst to them, she’s been in difficult situations before where violence was a means to her survival. Here’s to hoping Jo’s compassion and personal connection doesn’t end up backfiring on her.

Meanwhile, we’re all at the edge of our seats, anxiously waiting to know if Alex turned himself in and are curious to know how the outcome of Maggie rounding-up all the doctors in favor of Richard will play out with Dr. Eliza Minnick coming in to take his position — especially with Bailey.

Will Jo let her personal feelings interfere with her work?

Watch the sneak peek below and tune in to GREY’S ANATOMY’s all new episode “You Can Look (But You’d Better Not Touch)” tonight at 8:00 p.m. EST/PST on ABC (U.S.) or at 7:00 p.m. EST/PST on CTV (Canada).

ABC Renews THE MIDDLE for Season 9


ABC has announced an early ninth season renewal for comedy series THE MIDDLE.

“THE MIDDLE has been one of the network’s most consistent performers and helped us to launch a whole new night of comedy when it moved to Tuesdays this season,” said Channing Dungey, president, ABC Entertainment. “The Indiana Hecks have found America’s sweet spot with their authentic, acerbic and always loving take on parenting, work, kids, marriage and life.”

THE MIDDLE had been a strong performer and a dependable anchor in the Wednesday 8 o’clock hour for many years. In its move this season from Wednesday to Tuesday night in the 8:00 p.m. anchor position, THE MIDDLE launched yet another successful comedy block, with ABC claiming Tuesday’s top comedies this season.

SCANDAL: Watch the Gladiator-Focused Webseries


What does it take to be a gladiator on SCANDAL? A lot of smarts, a lot of determination and — occasionally — a little bit of willingness to get your hands dirty.

SCANDAL is returning for its sixth season this week and we’re going to find out who the next (fictional) President of the United States is. But until that happens, ABC has a six-part digital series titled “SCANDAL: Gladiator Wanted”, directed by Darby Stanchfield, who plays Abby Whelan. In it, Huck, Quinn and Marcus must find a new intern for Olivia Pope & Associates.

You can watch all six episodes below. SCANDAL returns for an all new season on Thursday, January 26 at 9:01 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

THE CATCH Season 2 Preview: Playing a New Game


Con man Benjamin Jones broke the cardinal role of the confidence game in THE CATCH: don’t fall in love with your mark. He and his partners intended to con top private investigator Alice Vaughan, but Ben fell in love with the woman he pretended he was going to marry.

At the end of THE CATCH’s first season, Ben made the ultimate sacrifice and turned himself in to save Alice from going to prison for a crime she didn’t committ (and a crime *he* actually committed). When the show returns for its second season this spring, “Ben is forced to reckon with his criminal
past, while the team at Anderson Vaughan Investigations must come to terms with getting in bed with the bad guys. How will Alice and Ben game the system — and each other — to stay together and overcome their less-than- legal pasts?”

Related: ABC announces its midseason premiere and return dates

It’s clear from the preview below that Ben wants to reunite with Alice when he gets out of prison for art theft and it looks like he’ll get his chance sooner than he thought when the FBI recruits him as a consultant to help take down other criminals.

THE CATCH returns for its second season on March 9 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.