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Grey’s Anatomy Creator’s Pilot Picked up by ABC
Grey’s Anatomy creator, Shonda Rhimes, may have another hit show on her hands, as ABC recently ordered a pilot for Rhimes’ Guilded Lillys concept. The premise behind Guilded Lillys is at once completely different and yet so familiar, I can’t help but wonder if Rhimes is using it as a back up plan if Grey’s doesn’t make it to a ninth season. If the pilot is well received and given a season order, Rhimes would have to choose which series she wants to work on: her long lasting veteran series, or the newborn with so much potential? She can’t be the showrunner on both of them, not unless she’s also been secretly developing a safe method of cloning, but no person can multitask that well.
Guilded Lillys takes place in 1895 of all years, according to EW.com. It is set around the opening of New York’s first grand luxury hotel and will be one hell of a love story. But this is a drama, so there will also be rival families seeking to sabotage one another, rooms filled with secrets, and the upper class interacting with the lower class. It’s very different from Grey’s, but I can’t help and feel there will be similarities. The script was written by K.J. Steinberg, known for his work Gossip Girl and The Nine, so hopefully he made it feel sufficiently different from Rhimes other series.
There aren’t a lot of network shows out there that take place in the late 19th century. In fact I think it’s safe to say there aren’t any. These period dramas are usually left to cable television networks