Bad News for Grey's Fans, Good News for New Girl! Catch Up Here


Aug. 14 2013, Published 1:13 p.m. ET

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Hold on to your hats, TV fans, because the fall television news is pouring in. We've got casting scoop on Grey's Anatomy, New Girl, Hawaii Five-O, and Glee!

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Sandra Oh has announced that she will be leaving Grey's Anatomy at the end of this upcoming season. As one of the original stars of the show, she will have played Dr. Christina Yang for a whopping ten seasons. Showrunner Shonda Rimes lamented to the Hollywood Reporter, "Writing for Sandra is one of the best things that's ever happened to me."

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Meanwhile, New Girl announced three new guest stars. The Office's Angela Kinsey will play a prickly teacher at Jess' school, while Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23's Dreama Walker will portray a mean teacher at the school. Wow, that's a lot of mean! Eva Amurri will also return as Schmidt's coworker.

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Nene Leakes will reprise her role on Glee. She will play the tough-talking swim coach Roz for multiple episodes.


And as for our very favorite torso of the moment, Nick Jonas will be guest-starring on Hawaii Five-O.

Which show are you most excited about this season? What do you hope happens for Jess on New Girl? Are you sad to lose Sandra Oh? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us at @OKMagazine.


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