Trailers of all the ‘TGIT’ lineups are finally here, and they’re all EPIC

Posted on September 17, 2015


by Natalia IC, editing by Adam MS

‘Everything has changed’ in first trailer for season 12 ofGrey’s Anatomy

In the first trailer for season 12 of Grey’s Anatomy, Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) promises in voice-over that “everything has changed.”

The 21-second spot does not reveal an overwhelming amount of what’s to come, but it’s clear that Meredith’s life is looking a lot different one year following the death of Derek (Patrick Dempsey). Namely, her new roommates have no concept of tidiness — and one of them takes that to extreme when she’s seen swinging a sledgehammer into the wall.

More jarring than that was watching Maggie (Kelly McCreary) straight-up punch a woman in the face while at the hospital, and we have to wonder what would drive her to actual physical violence. What happened in the year since the events in season 11 transpired?

Season 12 debuts Thursday, Sept. 24 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

Scandal Season 5 Trailer: Reunion Sex, Fitz Drops the D-Bomb on Mellie!

SCANDALLet there be no doubt: Fitz and Olivia will officially be an (unofficial) item when Scandal returns with Season 5 on Sept. 24 (9/8c on ABC). And their coupling will, without question, be very bad news for Mellie.

‘How to Get Away With Murder’ Season 2 Trailer Previews Killer Reveal

"Now that you've done this, you're a monster!"

“Now that you’ve done this, you’re a monster!”

That’s the money line from the season two trailer of ABC’s How to Get Away With Murder. The fast-paced twisty legal soap starring Emmy nominee Viola Davis picks up right where season one left off and will answer the big burning question of just who killed Rebecca (Katie Findlay).

Season two showrunner Pete Nowalk told The Hollywood Reporter he would focus on the “existential crisis” that follows Annalise (Davis) and the Keating Five following their killer game of dominoes.

“What has Annalise wrought? How does she live with herself doing all the bad things she does? That is something that every character is dealing with thematically: We did this terrible thing, why don’t we just turn ourselves in? Why do we want to keep going?” Nowalk said.

“What we’ve come up with for season two — and there’s so much — I hope people are going to be excited about the new mysteries we introduce,” he noted. “The high-stakes situation they’ve been put in — will they get away with Sam’s murder? — is going to affect their future decisions in that they’re going to make even riskier decisions.”

Check out the season two trailer below. Who do you think killed Rebecca? Sound off in the comments section. HTGAWM returns Thursday, Sept. 24 at 10 p.m. on ABC.

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