‘Grey’s Anatomy’ T.R Knight Returns To Shondaland!

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ T.R Knight Returns To Shondaland!
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T.R. Knight will be returning to Shondaland for the second season of ABC’s “The Catch.” Seven years ago the actor previously played Dr. George O’Malley on Grey’s Anatomy.


He will appear as a recurring character in “The Catch” Season 2 in an undisclosed role. According to showrunner Allan Heinberg revealed that the role was written and created with him in mind.

“The Catch” follows the story of Alice Vaughan, a private investigator from Los Angeles. She is a victim of fraud by her fiancé and is determined to find him before he ruins her career.

The series is the brainchild of Heinberg. Betsy Beers and Shonda Rhimes serve as executive producers of the series.

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TV Line revealed that the drama will return at midseason and is expected to return to its timeslot every Thursday 10/9c. According to Shondaland founder Shonda Rhimes, keeping it secret was thrilling. She seems glad that one of her favorite family members are coming home.

T.R. Knight, on the other hand, stated that working with Rhimes, Beers, and Heinberg fills him with immense joy. He is also heartened with his return and once again working with the exceptional cast.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Knight has been all over the place since leaving ending his run on Grey’s Anatomy. With his character’s death in the season, 5 finale ending his Emmy-nominated run on the series, many are still unable to move on even after 7 years..

He has guested on “Law & Order: SVU” and had a recurring role on The Good Wife and 11.22.63. He also recently appeared on Broadway with Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane in It’s Only A Play.

He has also recently finished filming on the ABC mini-series When We Rise. T.R. Knight is currently represented by Gersh and Thruline Entertainment and currently lives with his male partner.

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