Shonda Rhimes

  • Celebs remember director John Singleton: 'One of the greatest to ever do it'

    Regina King, Samuel L. Jackson, Gabrielle Union and more paid tribute to director John Singleton with heartfelt statements following his death.

  • Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton make a case for sisters-in-law outings

    The duo shared laughs and cheers at the tournament today.

  • This protest pin will be the Golden Globes' trendiest accessory — but will it make a difference?

    At this Sunday's Golden Globes, many actresses are expected to dress in black on the red carpet, in a silent protest of sexual harassment. Now we've learned that they may also be wearing a more explicit accessory: a Time's Up solidarity pin.

  • Rihanna: ‘All Girls Rock — Black Girls, We Just On Another Level’

    Undeniably, black girls rock and on Tuesday night, BET celebrated just that with its aptly named Black Girls Rock! awards. During the 10th annual ceremony, which was hosted by Tracee Ellis Ross (she opened the show with a magical musical number), stars including Rihanna, Shonda Rhimes, and Amandla Stenberg were honored, each delivering inspiring speeches. Activists Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi, the founders of the #BlackLivesMatter movement, were also given accolades and Hillary Clinton even stopped by, taking a break from the campaign trail to make a brief appearance to speak on the legacy of black women. 

  • Shonda Rhimes Owns Her Success

    Reading Shonda Rhimes’ acceptance speech at the Television at the Producer Guild Awards, it’s hard to imagine that this smart, fierce, outspoken woman was once terrified of public speaking.

  • Want to Be Fierce? 10 Lessons From Shonda Rhimes

    Television writer and producer Shonda Rhimes. (Photo: James White).

  • Shonda Rhimes: Losing Weight Made Me Feel ‘Shallow and Misogynistic’

    Shonda Rhimes tells ‘Nightline’ about losing weight. (Source: Getty Images) In an interview with Nightline that will air tonight, Shonda Rhimes explains how her desire to lose weight made her feel “shallow and misogynistic.”  The powerhouse jack-of-all-trades television producer, who created, wrote, produced, and ran day-to-day operations for Grey’s Anatomy, How to Get Away With Murder, and Scandal, is currently promoting her new book, Year of Yes, which is about how she changed her life after realizing that she never said yes to anything — she even once hired a publicist to help her avoid public appearances and decline interviews! In the book, one of the topics of interest is weight loss.