Fury over NY Times censor who called ‘Scandal’ and ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ creator …

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  • Shonda Rhimes dismissed behind during censor Alessandra Stanley, who used a classify in a story about a ABC array ‘How to Get Away With Murder’
  • Stanley, whose career during a Times has been riddled with mistakes, says a indicate of a square is to ‘praise Shonda Rhimes’

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Celebrate writer Shonda Rhimes — who combined ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ and ‘Scandal’ — has dismissed behind during a New York Times TV censor who called her an ‘angry black woman.’

The square that got Rhimes seething ran in a Times on Thursday, in a square about a arriving ABC uncover ‘How to Get Away With Murder.’

TV censor Alessandra Stanley wrote: ‘When Shonda Rhimes writes her autobiography, it should be called “How to Get Away With Being an Angry Black Woman.”‘

‘Ms. Rhimes has embraced a hackneyed though determined mimic of a Angry Black Woman, recast it in her possess picture and done it enviable,’ she combined later.

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Shonda Rhimes (left) is zero though smiles notwithstanding a New York Times square by TV censor Alessandra Stanley that claims she ‘embraced a hackneyed though determined mimic of a Angry Black Woman’

Kerry Washington's Olivia Pope, from 'Scandal,' is one of a characters in Rhimes' shows that a square claims consolidate a classify of a 'angry black woman'

Kerry Washington’s Olivia Pope, from ‘Scandal,’ is one of a characters in Rhimes’ shows that a square claims consolidate a classify of a ‘angry black woman’

Rhimes, 44, took Stanley to charge for mistaking her for a creator of ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ — and for regulating a classify that is widely deliberate descent to black women.

‘Confused
since @nytimes censor doesn’t know temperament of CREATOR of uncover she’s
reviewing,’ Rhimes tweeted about Pete Nowalk, a white masculine who combined a series.

She continued, ‘Apparently we can be “angry black women” together, since we didn’t know we was one either! @petenowa  #LearnSomethingNewEveryday’

Rhimes, 44, after added: ‘Wait. I’m” angry” AND a ROMANCE WRITER?!! I’m going to need to put down a internet and go dance this one out. Because ish is removing real.’

The Internet — and actors in Rhimes’ array — fast reacted.

‘Wow,’ wrote Joshua Malina, who plays a prosecutor David Rosen on ‘Scandal.’

‘Did we only review a @nytimes square that reduced my brilliant, creative, compassionate, thoughtful, badass trainer to an “angry black woman?”

Bellamy Young, who plays First Lady Mellie Grant on a show, pronounced a pierce was ‘deeply upsetting.’

‘I was shocked.Maybe we don’t get something?’ she tweeted.

Kerry Washington posted links to dual articles decrying Stanley’s argumentative square and combined sarcastically: ‘You’re welcome.’

Viola Davis (center) stars as Annalise Keating in 'How to Get Away With Murder'

Viola Davis (center) stars as Annalise Keating in ‘How to Get Away With Murder’

In response to a controversy, Stanley told BuzzFeed:
‘The whole indicate of a square — once we review past a initial 140
characters — is to regard Shonda Rhimes for pulling behind so successfully
on a uninteresting though guileful stereotype.’

This is not a initial time Stanley takes a open violence over her work during a Times.

The paper in 2009 had to emanate a improvement for 6 opposite equipment in a square Stanley wrote about Walter Cronkite’s career — including a day that a Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and when Neil Armstrong landed on a moon, according to a Columbia Journalism Review.

She also once incorrectly wrote that a Iraq War began in 2002 and that a sitcom ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ — during a time a hugely renouned array — was called ‘All About Raymond,’ according to Gawker.

Chandra Wilson's impression Miranda Bailey, from 'Grey's Anatomy,' is one of a examples that a NY Times censor mentioned in her piece

Chandra Wilson’s impression Miranda Bailey, from ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ is one of a examples that a NY Times censor mentioned in her piece


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