Why Shonda Rhimes was right to leave ABC over a Disneyland pass

It can be hard to know when it’s time to quit your job. But a new interview with Shonda Rhimes highlights one important rule of thumb: When you feel undervalued, it’s time to start looking for a new gig.

In the interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Rhimes—the creator of blockbuster shows like Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal—explains that in 2017, her relationship with ABC was strained, with plenty of battles over everything from budgets to content. But the last straw in her relationship with ABC came in the form of a Disneyland ticket snafu.

She’d received two all-inclusive passes as part of her deal with ABC, which is owned by Disney, but requested an additional ticket for her sister for a family trip. The story explains:

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