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Popular TV Shows That Featured Michael Rady in the Last Two Decades

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Michael Rady

Michael Rady, one of the most popular American actors rose to fame right after he appeared in a comic-drama movie The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants. For his debut movie, Rady was nominated at the Teen Choice Awards under two categories including best male performance as a debutant. He was in the follow-up as well, released three years later. This was just the beginning for Michael Rady as he seized every opportunity that led him closer to success. He was seen in a popular television series Swingtown as Doug Stephens besides appearing for Greek and Melrose Place. Michael Rady’s contribution to Hallmark movie’s success is also noteworthy as it made him popular as a Hallmark Star. Let’s have a look at some of the most popular Michael Rady television shows that got released in the last two decades.

Sleeper Cell

As per showbiz blog First aired on December 4 2005, Sleeper Cell is an American drama featured on the Showtime network. The first season had an additional tagline ‘Friends, Neighbours. Husbands. Terrorists.’ On the other hand, the second season had the tagline ‘Cities. Suburbs. Airports. Targets.’ The series featuring Michael Rady was also nominated for the Emmy Awards in the Outstanding Miniseries category. The second season was released in 2006 October and was aired similarly to season one.


Swingtown is another American drama featuring Michael Rady, developed by Mike Kellet as a replacement for his other show on CBS. The series was about relationships and time concerning sexual impacts and social liberation in American suburban households during the 1970s. The story revolves around open marriages and key parties where Michael Rady plays the role of Doug Stephens.


We see Michael Rady as Max Tyler in Greek. The dramatic arrangement of the series featured vengeance and kindness for 14 episodes. The main storey is about the school green bean named Rusty who decides to shed his secondary school nerdiness to become a college boy. Casey, however, is less enthusiastic about her brother due to her Greek heritage. The first episode of the series was aired on 9th July 2007 and the final one ended on March 2011 after completing 74 episodes overall.

Grey’s Anatomy

Grey’s Anatomy is a popular tv show that featured Michael Rady where we see him as Mike Shelley. The storyline revolves around youth specialists gathering at Seattle Grace Mercy West Hospital who start their careers as understudies. The series received a positive response and by year’s end, it was among the top ten television series. Certainly, the show affected youth culture greatly and won numerous awards, including the Golden Globe Award for best television series. The cast members too received various accolades for their outstanding performances. Though, Michael Rady was featured only in the series’ last episode ‘I Will Follow You into the Dark’.

The Mentalist

The Mentalist is an American drama that aired from September 2008 to February 2015. The show broadcasted 151 episodes in seven seasons on CBS. The series was created and produced by Bruno Heller and reveals psychic Patrick Jane, a consultant of the California Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Together with his boss and senior Teresa Lisbon, he employs high observational skills to read people’s minds.

Emily Owens M.D.

As the same suggests, Emily Owens M.D. is a medical drama-based television series made by Jennie Snyder Urman. It was shown by the CW and aired in 2012 October. The protagonist Mamie Gummer as Emily Owens is a surgical intern at the Denver Memorial Hospital. She decided to put her school days behind her but soon finds that the hospital was like another school. Michael Rady plays the role of Micah Barnes who is handsome, smart and responsible for interns like Emily.


Michael Rady plays the role of U.S. CyberCom Special Agent Chris Jameson in this American cyber-based adventure television series. The series was aired in 2014 in the United States but CBS cancelled it after one season. Michael Seitzman, who is also the executive producer for CBS Television Studios and ABC Studios, created the series.

Jane the Virgin

Jane the Virgin is a comic drama developed by Jennie Snyder Urman that premiered on the CW in October 2014 and ended in July 2019. The series stars Gina Rodriguez who became pregnant after accidental artificial insemination. The show received many acclamations for its excellent storyline and actors’ performances. It was nominated for the 72nd Golden Globe Awards in various categories.


Timeless is yet another popular television show featuring Michael Rady that is based on science fiction. The series was premiered on October 3, 2016, on NBC and stars Abigail Spencer, Malcolm Barrett and Matt Lanter as a team who try to stop a mysterious firm from changing the course of history with time travel technology. Michael Rady is seen in season 2 as Rittenhouse’s leader from 1918. Although the series got cancelled after the first season, it was renewed later following negotiations with Sony Pictures Television and premiered in 2018 March.

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