The second season of Private Practice premiered on October 1, 2008 and concluded on April 30, 2009. Having left behind Seattle Grace Hospital, a broken marriage with Derek "Mc Dreamy" Shepherd, and her torn relationship with Mark "Mc Steamy" Sloan, Addison moves to Los Angeles for sunnier weather and happier possibilities.It was broadcast on ABC on Wednesdays nights at 9 PM until the tenth episode, and moved to Thursday nights at 10 PM as of the eleventh episode. For Addison, an old friend's invitation brings her to a new city and a new life full of promise.That question, as well as how Tim Daly's Pete would be written out of the ABC medical drama was answered Tuesday during the sixth-season premiere.
But everything isn't coming up roses as Sam spots something wrong with Sheldon's blood work and has to give him a prostate exam.With the move, Addison inches one step closer to really having it long-- he's cozying up with Seaside's newest nurse, with whom he may or may not be happy to be seen in public despite a quick PDA where he immediately scanned the area for onlookers.Hmmm." data-reactid="26"long-- he's cozying up with Seaside's newest nurse, with whom he may or may not be happy to be seen in public despite a quick PDA where he immediately scanned the area for onlookers. Tim Daly) is a no-show for his trial, where his fate for pulling a Kevorkian was to be determined. A stunned Violet (Amy Brenneman) is left with the task of telling their son, Luke, that he's going to grow up without his father. " data-reactid="27"3.Looks like Amelia's request that Sheldon be around for a long time might be put to the test.STORY: Shonda Rhimes Debating ' Private Practice's' Future Beyond 13 Episodes The reveals set the stage for what could be 's final season, which showrunner Shonda Rhimes has said she's approaching with a "no-holds-barred" attitude in which no two episodes are the same and what's likely to be a monumental 100th episode next week when news of Pete's death spreads throughout the practice.At Oceanside Wellness Group, the doctors are dedicated pros; it's their private lives that need a little practice.