"Grey's Anatomy" Begins On Lifetime Tonight
Do you miss watching "Grey's Anatomy" on Sunday nights after "Desperate Housewives"? No need for nostalgia as Lifetime network begins reruns of the first season tonight. And the best news? You get a great show sandwiched in between.
The red-hot medical drama that steams up screens across the country every Thursday night at 9pm on ABC began its run on the network back on March 27, 2005.
Its post-"Desperate Housewives" timeslot gave the show the necessary exposure to quickly eclipse it predecessor "Boston Legal" and grow.
When ABC aired the first part of the infamous "bomb" episode following last year's Super Bowl game, the drama instantly became a monster hit worthy of a plum Must-See TV spot on Thursdays.
Now you can once again see how it all began as Lifetime goes back to those early days when Meredith Grey learned her one night stand was her boss and young people struggling to become doctors became her colleagues and friends.
Relive all the intensity, humor, sex and pain that "Grey's Anatomy" is known for and do not fret over its late 11pm timeslot - ABC has ensured that a truly remarkable family drama "Brothers and Sisters" take its coveted Sunday at 10 spot.
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