"Grey's Anatomy" Spoilers: "Private Practice" Uncovered
APRIL 16, 2007: ABC released over 40 promotional stills from the most talked about episode of "Grey's Anatomy" over the weekend uncovering what the new spin-off series "Private Practice" might look like come fall.
Last month ABC detailed all drama pilots which are currently being considered for its fall schedule (including here much discussed "Mr. and Mrs. Smith," "Football Wives," and "Dirty Sexy Money") and here is what they wrote about "Private Practice."
"Grey's Anatomy" executive producer Shonda Rhimes combines the heart and soul of television's top-rated drama with exciting new faces in a sun-drenched new location to create a drama with a very different vibe.
It's an intimate portrait of the choices and changes we make in our search for happy lives.
Following a failed attempt at reconciliation and two disastrous affairs, neonatal surgeon Dr. Addison Forbes Montgomery craves a new relationship and journeys to Santa Monica to seek advice from her med school friends, Naomi and Jackson.
But she finds her idealized view of their achievements successful marriage, 14-year-old daughter and a highly successful health cooperative doesn't match reality.
Jackson's success as a TV health guru pushed him to divorce Naomi and now he's lonely.
Fertility specialist Naomi wants love, but she doubts their boyish surfer/receptionist is the answer.
The rest of the Oceanside Wellness Group staff has their own life issues. The sexy alternative medicine doc is a widower masking his grief with one-night stands.
The gynecologist who doesn't know a thing about women had his car stolen by this week's Internet hookup.
And the therapist doubts she's doing any good at all.
Fortunately, together they're a formidable medical team doing cutting-edge work. Working with them, Addison realizes that moving to Southern California and joining her friends could be the right prescription for her own life.
The episode "The Other Side of This Life" airs Thursday, May 3, 9:00-11:00 p.m.
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