The “Hot Duke” confirmed earlier this month that he wouldn’t return for Season 2 of the Netflix hit, which is executive produced by Rhimes.
Three Netflix Original shows about crime are the top picks on the platform.
A '90s classic, a Netflix superhero film and a 2020 horror movie top the latest ranking.
"Carol," “Django Unchained” and "Snowpiercer" are among the movies departing the streaming platform this month.
The costume drama's breakout hunk declined to appear in Season 2 anyway, The Hollywood Reporter says.
The Duke of Sussex said he "couldn’t be more excited for the journey ahead" with his new show, called “Heart of Invictus.”
A docuseries about the stories behind beloved clothes, a Sherlock Holmes show, and others dominate the top 10 list.
Philadelphia's Black cowboy community takes center stage in "Concrete Cowboy."
Aaron Sorkin’s “The Trial of the Chicago 7” took home the night’s top award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast at the ceremony.
The 31-year-old British-Zimbabwean actor, whom fans gushed over in season one of the hit Netflix show, said it's been a "privilege" to be part of the cast.