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Eric Dane Leaving ‘Grey’s Anatomy’

McSteamy is leaving Seattle Grace.

TVLine reports, Eric Dane, who plays Dr. Mark Sloan on “Grey’s Anatomy” has decided to leave the show. The actor is expected to bow out during the forthcoming nine season of the series.

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Dane told TVLine, “I am extremely grateful to everyone at Grey’s, ABC and Shondaland for the experience and memories I have had over the course of this run. It has been wonderful to work alongside and learn from a creative force such as Shonda Rhimes.”

Eric Dane will return for a couple of episodes in order to wrap up McSteamy’s story-line properly.

Chyler Leigh (Lexie), Kim Raver (Teddy) have also left the series, while Gaius Charles and Camilla Luddington have joined the series.

The ninth season of “Grey’s Anatomy” premieres Thursday, Sept. 27.

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Casting Scoop: ‘The Voice,’ ‘Mob Doctor’ and More

On the upcoming third season of “The Voice,” Adam Levine’s group will be getting some advice from Mary J. Blige.

Rolling Stone reports, the R&B singer has joined Adam Levine’s team as an adviser. Mary J. Blige commented, “I love Adam, he’s amazing. I’m so happy to be working with him and his team.” Just last week Micheal Buble joined Blake Shelton’s team, the remaining advisers are yet to be announced.

“The Voice” is set to premiere Mon, Sept 10 at 8/7c on NBC.

More casting news!

Kevin Corrigan is joining FOX’s new drama series, “The Mob Doctor,” EW reports. The “Fringe” alum will recur as Titus Amato, “a clean-cut, business-casual mobster.” The Hollywood Reporter reports, Terry Kinney is also joining the series. The actor will play Salvatore, Amato’s brother.

A new young doctor will grace the halls of Seattle Grace. “Friday Night Lights” alum Gaius Charles will recur in Season 9 of “Grey’s Anatomy.” Charles will play a young doctor, however TVLine reports information of his character are still under wraps.

Ryan Rottman has joined “The Lying Game” in a recurring role. TVGuide reports Rottman will play Jordan, a handsome, confident teen  with a secret agenda, from Beverly Hills. “90210” alum is set to appear in the second season premiere.