SEATTLE – Television viewers were shocked, stunned and amazed this week by the news that ABC medical drama Grey’s Anatomy hadn’t finished years ago.

Rumours had been circulating about the continued existence of the Seattle based series created by Shonda Rhymes, but it was only when actress Sandra Oh revealed that she was leaving the show that many realized the rumours were true and the show was still on somewhere.
“Didn’t that show become Private Practice?” Variety TV critic Brian Lowry exclaimed. “I thought it finished like in 2011!”

A baffled ABC executive confirmed that the show was currently embarking on its tenth season: “I think,” he said, checking a clipboard.

The show that launched the career of Patrick Dempsey and Katherine Heigl will have to struggle on without Sandra Oh, who decided to leave after a heartfelt period of introspection ‘because I would get more exposure delivering pizza. Seriously.’

Season 10 of Grey’s Anatomy will air in the Fall, 2013.  


HOLLYWOOD – Al Pacino is the new face of beauty product company L’Oréal. He will be appearing in a series of adverts in their famous ‘Because I’m worth it’ campaign. Previous luminaries include Patrick Dempsey, Gerard Butler and Hugh Laurie (?), as well as some girls.

Pacino said he was delighted to receive lots of money and not have to do much:

I’ve always loved the theater and making films is good as well, but I never truly saw myself as a model. It’s ridiculous. Who am I? I was never comfortable as a sex symbol. But now I’m stripping off for playboy and showing Mister Bojangles to the world. And now L’Oréal want to put my mush on their shampoo advert? Why the hell not!

How Much do you think your recent appearance in the HBO TV movie Phil Spector influenced the French cosmetic giant?

Oh without a doubt. And I have to say this is all David [Mamet]’s doing. When I turned up and he showed me the various wigs, I was like woah, David. What the fuck! But then he explained that Phil Spector’s dream was to one with the music and what is more one with the music than the microphone, ergo he wanted to become a microphone and that’s what the hair was for. And I was there, dumbass that I am, thinking it just made me look like a complete asshole.

For more on Al Pacino’s Playboy photo shoot  CLICK HERE.