How to save a life : the inside story of Grey's anatomy

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Published 2021
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Summary:

"The first inside story of one of TV's most popular and beloved dramas, Grey's Anatomy. More than 15 years after its premiere, Grey's Anatomy remains one of the most beloved dramas on television and ABC's most important property. It continues to win its time slot and has ranked in the Top 20 most watched shows in primetime for most of its 17-season run. It currently averages more than 9 million viewers each week. More than that, it's been a cultural touchstone. It introduced the unique voice and vision of Shonda Rhimes, it made Ellen Pompeo, Sandra Oh and T.R. Knight household names, and injected words and phrases into the cultural lexicon like "McDreamy," "seriously," and "you're my person." And the behind-the-scenes drama has always been just as juicy as what was happening in front of the camera, from the high-profile firing of Isaiah Washington to Katherine Heigl's fall from grace and Patrick Dempsey's shocking death episode. The show continued to hemorrhage key players, but the beloved hospital series never skipped a beat. Lynette Rice's How to Save A Life takes a totally unauthorized deep dive into the show's humble start, while offering exclusive intel on the behind-the-scenes culture, the most heartbreaking departures and the more polarizing plotlines"-- Provided by publisher.

ISBN:
9781250272003
1250272009
Edition:
First edition.
Description:
xix, 294 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : colour illustrations ; 25 cm
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
LCCN:
2021016222
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