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Spoilers for Grey’s Anatomy season 16 ahead.

Grey Sloan Hospital is not the hospital you want to go to in an emergency. Yes, the doctors are world-class and very, very hot, but that hospital is the breeding ground for anything bad that happens in Seattle. Plane crashes, mass shootings, huge storms, ferry boat crashes, flipped-over ambulances—what do they all have in common? They all happened at Grey Sloan, aka Seattle Grace, aka, as Cristina Yang once put it, “Seattle Grace Mercy Death.” Season 16 of Grey’s Anatomy fell away from the natural and mechanical disasters in favor of straight-up personal disasters, but when Grey’s Anatomy comes back in 2020 (which is Thursday, January 23 at 9 p.m., according to ABC), it needs to get back in with the high-stakes drama. I’m just going to say it—it needs some kind of highly communicable disease that will wipe out half the cast. (More on that in a paragraph or two.)

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One thing you may have noticed is that Grey’s Anatomy is moving back an hour to be at 9:00 p.m., not 8:00 p.m. Showrunner Krista Vernoff told TVLine that the move is so that Grey’s can be McSexy again. “There are different rules for a 9:00 p.m. show than there are for an 8 p.m. show, and we hope to take advantage of those rules,” Vernoff she said. “Grey’s was definitely allowed to be a sexier show when it was on at 9. So we are excited by the change back to our time slot.”

That may be true, and some more, good, old-fashioned bubble-bath-and-boning may be what Meredith needs, but from my view, this move is to both make Grey’s Anatomy sexier and to force people to watch Grey’s Anatomy firefighter spin-off Station 19, which is now the lead-in to Grey’s. But Station 19 is like fetch—not going to happen. You can’t make me watch it, Vernoff. I’m on to you.

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You have about eight weeks until Grey’s Anatomy Season 16 comes back with new episodes, so in the meantime, ponder these questions.

1. Can That Runaway Car Take Out Half The Doctors?

Grey’s Anatomy has always had a huge ensemble cast, with a focus on the main core interns. Obviously, the interns grew up, saw ghosts (Izzy), became roadkill (George), and moved to the Alps (Cristina), so things have changed. But at this point, the show needs to cut its dead weight. In the final seconds of the Season 16 mid-season finale, a car careened through Joe’s, the bar where all the hospital folk hang out. (It actually came in from the ceiling, which…is Joe’s a basement bar? Is this something we didn’t know in 16 seasons?) Let’s crush a majority of the patrons and doctors under the smoking wreckage, make an episode about the dramatic-yet-ill-fated rescues, and move on. I say “Good day” to Maggie, Jackson, Koracick, Hunt, and Teddy, especially.

2. Will Meredith Ever Be Happy/In Love?

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Maybe this switch to sexy-time 9:00 p.m. will perk up Meredith’s love life, but right now, she’s in no-man’s land. Literally. Deluca, aka a sad puppy, dumped her when she wanted to be a surgeon first and bang later, and now, she seems like she’s making eyes at the hot new Irish doc, or as Cristina says, McWidow. I’m all for bringing back the “Mc-” nicknames, and I’m also all for letting Meredith get laid. But, like, the love kind of sex. Derek is dead, and while no one will replace him, there are plenty of people who have loved ones die and go on to new relationships. Why is Meredith like an old sea widow, gazing at the ocean and hoping he’ll return? Move on.

3. Why Did They Do This to Bailey?

Miranda Bailey is a saint. She has overcome so much. She’s been overlooked and overworked and undervalued during her entire time at Grey Sloan, because people like Miranda Bailey aren’t showy. They put the hard work in and don’t peacock about it because they know it needs to get done. Miranda Bailey for President. Miranda Bailey for Queen. Miranda Bailey for Everything. So, after a hard season or two, Grey’s Anatomy decides to give Bailey another baby and then Take. That. Baby. Away. I know that miscarriages happen naturally all the time, but Bailey can’t catch a break. Does Chandra Wilson, who plays Bailey, take all the good bagels first from craft services on Grey’s Anatomy bagel day? I mean damn, writers. What did she do to you?

4. Can Maggie and Jo Take a Breath?

Maggie is having a breakdown because she killed the cousin she didn’t know she had. Jo is having a breakdown and stole a baby because she volunteered at a safe haven drop-off because she was a dropped-off baby. I will not downplay the distinct emotional issues that these women are having, because that’s some tough shit to go through. But Grey’s Anatomy’s characters like to dive in first, go to therapy later. While it might not make for the best TV, it would mean a lot to millions of viewers to watch Maggie and Jo both attend some sort of counseling to work on their respective issues while not killing more patients or endangering the welfare of a helpless newborn. Just a thought.

5. Will Alex and Richard Come Home? (Not Hunt)

Yeah, we needed some place for Alex and Richard to go, so they’re at Pac North, the ne’er-do-well hospital down the street. But splitting the doctors up works in theory as a plot device, but not in practice. All the doctors are going back and forth and visiting Pac North on a field trip—are they doing any actual doctoring? Let’s reunite the Karevs, let Richard fix his marriage, and push Pac North on a barge, out to sea. (With Owen on it. Because he’s the worst.)

Grey’s Anatomy fans: Stay strong. January is…relatively soon, right?

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When will Season 16 of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ be on Netflix?

Fan-favorite Grey’s Anatomy is still a big part of Netflix’s lineup. Looking for when the current season, season 16, is set to hit Netflix? Let’s dive in with the release schedule for season 16 of Grey’s Anatomy on Netflix.

Grey’s Anatomy has been a dominant force on US network ABC and continues to be one of the most popular primetime shows on American television. The series has undergone many changes over the past fifteen seasons, but one remaining constant has been Ellen Pompeo starring as Meredith Grey.

The record-breaking series continues to smash them out of the park going into the sixteenth season. Not only is Grey’s Anatomy the longest-running scripted primetime carried by ABC, but it is also the longest-running American primetime medical drama series, exceeding ER, Scrubs, and M*A*S*H.

When will season 16 of Grey’s Anatomy be on Netflix US?

Typically, the latest seasons of Grey’s Anatomy arrive in the summer on Netflix. The fifteenth season arrived on the 15th of June, almost one month after the finale had aired on ABC.

As per previous years, the series is set to wrap up on ABC come May 2020.

We expect the finale of season sixteen to arrive at the end of April or the start of May. Netflix should receive season sixteen roughly a month after the finale airs.

Expected Netflix Release Date: May/June 2020

Is season 16 the last season of Grey’s Anatomy?

Fans will be delighted to know that Grey’s Anatomy was renewed for two further seasons on May 10th, 2019. The series was renewed for seasons 16 and 17, with lead actress Ellen Pompeo extending her contract for two more seasons.

The future of Grey’s Anatomy beyond season 17 remains a mystery. Viewing figures for the fifteenth season took a dip compared to previous seasons. The popularity of the series is still incredible after all these years but all good things must come to an end eventually.

Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes (left) and Ellen Pompeo – Copyright. Shondaland Productions

Isn’t Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes working with Netflix?

We’ve known since July of 2018 that Shonda Rhimes signed an exclusive output deal with Netflix that would see the release of eight shows written and produced by those at Shondaland.

Netflix has made a grandiose effort in snapping up some of the most talented producers to provide content for its streaming service. Shonda is now one of many talented producers creating brand new exclusives for Netflix.

More Shonda Rhimes series on Netflix

Currently, there are two further series from Shondaland on Netflix:

  • How to Get Away with Murder: Seasons 1-5
  • Scandal: Seasons 1-7

In December 2019, all six seasons of Private Practice also rejoined Netflix.

Will Grey’s Anatomy be leaving Netflix in the near future?

The last time we reported on the future of Grey’s Anatomy on Netflix was March of 2019 when the series was rumoured to leave. At the time of writing Grey’s Anatomy streaming future will still be Netflix.

The series has been apart of the Netflix library for many years and considered to be under a “legacy contract”. This means that for the foreseeable future Grey’s Anatomy will continue to stream on Netflix.

Grey’s Anatomy – Copyright. Shondaland Productions

When will season 16 of Grey’s Anatomy be coming to other regions?

Netflix Canada follows a very similar release schedule to the US library. The fifteenth season dropped on the same day that season sixteen premiered in the US, therefore, the sixteenth season should arrive September 2020.

Sky has been the home of Grey’s Anatomy for many years now and that won’t change anytime soon. Customers of Sky will be able to stream the latest episodes of season sixteen through the Sky Go app. Alternatively, customers of Now TV can also watch episodes of Grey’s Anatomy as the service carries the Sky channels.

Australian subscribers can watch the series through Seven’s primary channel.

Are you looking forward to the release of Grey’s Anatomy season 16 on Netflix? Let us know in the comments below!

Grey’s Anatomy season 16 UK air date, cast, trailer, plot, Ellen Pompeo contract

The dramas and romantic issues of the doctors at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital don’t look to be letting up any time soon.

Grey’s Anatomy season 15 ended with a number of cliffhangers, with Meredith, Alex, and Webber all being fired due to Meredith committing insurance fraud to treat a child.

As if that wasn’t enough, Meredith finally professed her love to DeLuca – after he took the fall for her crime and was arrested.

Also, a major fog left Maggie stranded and Jackson missing. Is he still alive?

So many questions for the long-running medical drama to tackle.

But when will Grey’s Anatomy return for season 16? And who will still be alive in the series when it does?

Here is everything we know so far.

Grey’s Anatomy season 16 UK air date

James Pickens Jr., Justin Chambers and Ellen Pompeo in Grey’s Anatomy (Image: ABC)

Grey’s Anatomy season 16 does not currently have a UK premiere date, but is expected to air on Sky Witness and NOW TV.

This is at quite a delay from the US premiere date of September 26, 2019.

Justin Chambers departs as Dr Alex Karev

Actor Justin Chambers has left the show and the role of Dr. Alex Karev.

Justin said in a statement: “There’s no good time to say goodbye to a show and character that’s defined so much of my life for the past 15 years.

“For some time now, however, I have hoped to diversify my acting roles and career choices.

“And, as I turn 50 and am blessed with my remarkable, supportive wife and five wonderful children, now is that time.”

Justin Chambers in Grey’s Anatomy (Image: ABC)

He added: “As I move on from ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ I want to thank the ABC family, Shonda Rimes, original cast members Ellen Pompeo, Chandra Wilson and James Pickens, and the rest of the amazing cast and crew, both past and present, and, of course, the fans for an extraordinary ride.”

His final appearance has already aired in th US, occurring in episode 8, My Shot.

Grey’s Anatomy season 16 cast

Ellen Pompeo as Dr Meredith Grey

Ellen Pompeo in Grey’s Anatomy (Image: ABC)

Meredith has finally found love with DeLuca after losing Derek and splitting with Riggs, but now they could be torn apart by legal issues involving her insurance fraud that he took the blame for.

Justin Chambers as Dr Alex Karev

Having been fired by Bailey for knowing Meredith’s crime, can he get his career and marriage to Jo back on track?

The season marks Chambers’ is final run of episodes in the role of Alex.

Chandra Wilson as Dr Miranda Bailey

The Chief of Surgery was forced to fire her favourites due to insurance fraud last season, but will the stress of the job affect her health once more?

James Pickens Jr. as Dr Richard Webber

The former Chief of Surgery was fired by Bailey last season for his role in the insurance fraud. Will he be back to work soon?

Kevin McKidd as Dr Owen Hunt

The trauma surgeon is now finally a biological father and seems to have found his romantic bliss with Teddy, but is he really ready to be with his life-long best friend?

Jesse Williams as Dr Jackson Avery

Despite some uncertainty, the Chief of Plastics will return despite his going missing in the fog. Will he return the same man?

Caterina Scorsone as Dr Amelia Shepherd

Greg Germann and Caterina Scorsone in Grey’s Anatomy (Image: ABC)

The Chief of Neuro seems to be moving on from her troubled marriage to Owen with Link, but is she ready for some new romance?

Camilla Luddington as Dr Jo Karev

After the trauma of finding her birth mother (Michelle Forbes) and learning that she was conceived as a result of rape, Jo went on a downward spiral before finally checking in for mental health treatment. Will she be okay now?

Kelly McCreary as Dr Maggie Pierce

The Chief of Cardio was left on the highway in the fog after an argument with Jackson, but he didn’t return when he left for help. Will their relationship survive?

Giacomo Gianniotti as Dr Andrew DeLuca

Giacomo Gianniotti and Jaicy Elliot in Grey’s Anatomy (Image: ABC)

The surgical resident professed his love to Meredith last season and she finally returned the favour – after he took the fall for her insurance fraud and ending up in jail.

Kim Raver as Dr Teddy Altman

The Chief of Trauma surgery is now a new mother to her and Owen’s baby, and it looks like she finally got her man last season, despite being with Koracick.

Greg Germann as Dr Tom Koracick

Amelia’s old mentor and Teddy’s boyfriend has been promoted to the main cast for the next season, but it looks like he and Teddy won’t be a couple for much longer.

Chris Carmack as Dr Atticus “Link” Lincoln

The orthopedic attending surgeon and friend of Jo’s will be a main cast member next season, so expect more from his romance with Amelia.

Jake Borelli as Dr Levi Schmitt

The nerdy intern will be a main cast member next season as his romance with Nico and exploration of his homosexuality continues.

Also expect recurring stars to return such as Debbie Allen as Dr Catherine Fox , Jason George as Ben Warren , Alex Landi as Dr Nico Kim , Alex Blue Davis as Dr. Casey Parker , Jaicy Elliot as Dr. Taryn Helm , Sophia Ali as Dr. Dahlia Qadri , and Stefania Spampinato as Dr. Carina DeLuca .

Grey’s Anatomy season 16 trailer

James Pickens Jr. and Kelly McCreary in Grey’s Anatomy (Image: ABC)

There is now a trailer for the new season.

Catch it at the top of the article!

Grey’s Anatomy season 16 plot

Beyond the usual romantic entanglements, there were a number of plots left hanging last season.

Meredith’s insurance fraud to help an ailing child without health insurance came back to wreak havoc – with boyfriend Andrew taking the fall, and Meredith being fired from Grey Sloan, along with friends Alex and Webber. How any of them come back from this remains to be seen.

The issue of Jackson going missing in the fog and Maggie being stranded on the highway leaves them in the most precarious situation too, but as their relationship was in crisis at the end of the season, will it even be the same if they are both okay?

Jo’s mental health reached a crossroads in the final episode of season 15 as she sought treatment for her depression, but can she and Alex get back on track after the gulf that developed between them last season?

Finally, Owen and Teddy finally have their baby and romantic relationship, but how are Koracick and Amelia going to feel about this, and will the pair even work as a couple?

Grey’s Anatomy season 16 episode guide

1. Nothing Left to Cling To

Meredith, Richard and Alex must deal with the consequences after Bailey fires them from Grey Sloan for insurance fraud. After disappearing in the fog, Jackson helps a man in a dangerous situation, as his relationship with Maggie comes to a new crossroad. Meanwhile, Tom gets new responsibilities at the hospital that throw the doctors for a loop.

2. Back in the saddle

The Grey Sloan doctors operate on a man who crashed into Maggie’s car as Owen, back from paternity leave, struggles with Tom’s new position. Outside the hospital, Meredith’s recent firing doesn’t stop her from diagnosing those around her. Plus, Richard and Alex start anew and it’s not easy. All the while, Jo readies herself to return to work, and Amelia has a new revelation in her relationship with Link

3. Reunited

With new restrictions, Meredith tiptoes the line of protocol as she helps Jo with a difficult procedure from afar; and Koracick makes things challenging for Owen at Grey Sloan. Meanwhile, a patient at the hospital is brain-dead after falling into a construction site, and her two sisters (Charmed stars Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs) must decide whether or not to keep her alive.

4. It’s Raining Men

After Meredith inadvertently stirs up negative press for Grey Sloan, she tries to make things right with her former colleagues, jeopardizing her community service hours. Station 19’s Ben and Vic bring a young woman into the hospital, and Jackson stands up to Koracick when he goes too far with a patient’s family. Meanwhile, Bailey receives unexpected news; and Owen finds himself at Pac-Gen North, which Alex sees as a recruiting opportunity.

5. Breathe Again

Meredith has a court hearing after skipping out on community service, while Bailey and Jo have a patient that Jo realizes is from the treatment facility. Richard and Gemma grab breakfast together and things go awry.

6. Whistlin’ Past the Graveyard

Alex is hoping to impress investors at Pac-Gen North, but when he hears disturbing news about skeletons on the construction site grounds, he enlists Richard to help with distraction tactics. Teddy feels the pressure to be super-mom after tasking herself with creating original Halloween costumes for Allison and Leo, while Meredith fears she won’t make it home in time for trick-or-treating with her kids. Elsewhere, Jackson tends to a pediatric patient who is upset she is spending her Halloween in a hospital.

7. Papa Don’t Preach

Catherine is back in town and has no idea what’s been going on between Jackson and Maggie, while her relationship with Richard has become distant. Owen and Amelia treat a woman who fell in the basement and quickly realize that there is more to the story; and Maggie is shocked to learn about some of Richard’s relatives who are seeking help.

8. My Shot

In the 350th episode, Meredith faces the medical board as her future as a doctor remains uncertain, and she’s forced to reckon with her past in some challenging ways. Meanwhile, the interns are put to the test as they are each vying to be the most successful on their respective cases in the absence of some of the attendings.

9. Let’s All Go to the Bar

Jo becomes a safe haven volunteer and gets a call that a baby has been dropped off at Station 19. Meanwhile, Meredith moves forward with her life after facing the medical board. Jackson takes a big step in his budding romance with Vic, while Bailey and Amelia swap pregnancy updates.

10. Help Me Through the Night

Following the car crash at Joe’s Bar and subsequent rescue efforts led by the Station 19 firefighters, Grey Sloan doctors work through the night to save the lives of their colleagues. Meanwhile, Amelia worries about sharing her pregnancy revelation with Link. Owen and Teddy take a big step, and Bailey deals with grief over her recent loss.

11. A Hard Pill to Swallow

Richard finds out Maggie quit Grey Sloan and is concerned about how she’s handling the death of her patient who was her estranged cousin. Bailey returns to work after taking some personal time off, although Koracick doesn’t make her first day as easy as she’d like. Meanwhile, Meredith thinks she might miss DeLuca, and Amelia has an update for Link on her pregnancy.

12. The Last Supper

Jackson creates an uncomfortable situation when he invites new girlfriend, Vic, to what he thinks is Richard and Catherine’s anniversary celebration, only to discover the dinner was called for different reasons. Elsewhere, Levi brings Nico on a trip to visit an ailing family member.

13. Save The Last Dance For Me

DeLuca can’t figure out what’s going on with his incurable patient Suzanne and he turns to a diagnostics genius, Dr. Riley from UCSF, for help. Bailey checks in on Joey, a foster kid that Ben brought into Grey Sloan. Meanwhile, Amelia is getting the results of her paternity test and Jo confronts her about how she is treating Link.

Ellen Pompeo contract

Grey’s Anatomy season 16 poster (Image: ABC)

It was revealed earlier this year by TV Line that series star Ellen Pompeo renewed her contract through until 2021, confirming her role in seasons 16 and 17.

Showrunner Krista Vernoff will continue through the same period, continuing the series created by Shonda Rhimes .

So, lots of Grey’s to look forward to!

Grey’s Anatomy will return to UK screens in October 2019.

What are you most looking forward to with the return of Grey’s Anatomy? Let us know in the comments below.

Ellen Pompeo does want Sandra Oh to return to Grey’s Anatomy — but there is a catch.

The actress, who plays Meredith Grey on the medical drama, was recently asked for her thoughts on the recent Golden Globe winner possibly returning to her role as Cristina Yang, whom she played from the pilot until leaving the ABC show in 2013.

But, while Pompeo does want Oh back on screens, she also wants to see what happens in the next series of Killing Eve — and she’s even willing to forego a Cristina Yang return to allow that to happen.

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Related: Grey’s Anatomy stars react to Sandra Oh’s Golden Globes win for Killing Eve

“Selfishly I would love to see Sandra Oh come back to Grey’s,” Pompeo told TV Line. “But I also love Killing Eve so much, and I love seeing her have so many of these incredible moments.

“So, as much as I love Sandra, I’d rather see her shine out on her own. I enjoy that more. That’s more gratifying to me.”

This is a pretty sweet sight I gotta say…. @IamSandraOh no one deserves this more 💯❤️

— Ellen Pompeo (@EllenPompeo) January 8, 2019

Related: Ellen Pompeo joins Grey’s Anatomy co-stars in celebrating Sandra Oh’s huge Golden Globe win

Recently, Pompeo also congratulated Oh on her Golden Globe win for Killing Eve.

Oh took home the gong for Best Actress in a Television Drama Series, beating the likes of Julia Roberts, Elisabeth Moss, Keri Russell, and Caitriona Balfe to the prize — and her former Grey’s Anatomy co-star was evidently thrilled on her behalf.

This is a pretty sweet sight I gotta say,” she said. “No one deserves this more.”


Grey’s Anatomy airs on CBS. Killing Eve returns to BBC America on April 7.

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Sandra Oh’s ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Comments Revealed If She’d Ever Return As Cristina Yang

Well, it sure sounds like Dr. Cristina Yang will not be scrubbing in at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital anytime soon. Or, like, ever again. Sandra Oh’s recent comments about returning to Grey’s Anatomy make two things extremely clear: she only has love for the character of Cristina Yang, but she is also set on keeping the character in her rearview. When Extra asked the Golden Globe winner at the Killing Eve Season 2 premiere if she would one day come back to Grey’s, even for just a quick cameo, she replied,

“No. Creatively, you have moved on and I deeply appreciate it, because I can feel it from the fans, how much they love Cristina. For me, is my home now, this is where I am, I am Eve, and that’s where I plan to stay as long as the show will have me.”

Oh played Dr. Cristina Yang on Grey’s Anatomy for 10 seasons, and she made her exit from the primetime soap opera in 2014. As much as fans miss the incredibly beloved character, they probably should not hold their breath for a role reprisal. Last March, Oh told Entertainment Weekly that she has “moved on” from her Grey’s part, but she is “not sure” if she’d ever go back. She explained,

“I will say it’s hard to beat that ending, because what I also realize is that it keeps it open in so many ways where you can continue on having that relationship with Cristina. I’m not sure. I guess I can’t really answer it either way where I’m sitting right now, because I’m so committed to Eve. The idea of stepping back into the Cristina shoes, it doesn’t feel right to me right now. But honestly, who knows how long Grey’s is gonna go.” extratv on YouTube

A few months later, she addressed the topic again in an interview with TVLine. “I get question regularly, and I answer it really based on what I’m feeling that day, and today is no.” She wasn’t kidding about getting that question regularly. (Hey, people sure do miss Dr. Yang!) According to Entertainment Weekly, when the subject came up in a 2017 interview with Access Hollywood Live, she said, “At this point… No, I don’t think so.” And in 2016, Oh told Entertainment Tonight Canada that she has “no plans to return to Grey’s anytime soon.”

Though she isn’t so keen on the idea of coming back to Grey’s now, she has not always felt that way. In a 2014 interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Oh said that when she let Grey’s Anatomy showrunner Shonda Rhimes know that she was moving on, they did discuss the possibility of Cristina coming back for the series finale. She continued,

“There are certain things that Shonda and I talk about once and then we leave it because we want things to happen without pressure. I told her, ‘If you guys want to finish it out however you want to finish it out, I’d be more than happy to come back. And if it doesn’t fit in that way, I totally understand. I just want you to know that I’m available.’ Who knows! I might be doing something fabulous and it might not work out but I did say, ‘Yes, of course I would.'”

Hey, Oh sure is doing something fabulous.

Sandra Oh Reveals Why She Won’t Ever Return to Grey’s Anatomy

Sandra Oh’s time on Grey’s Anatomy is done for good.

Although Oh, 47, starred on the hit ABC drama as Dr. Cristina Yang for 10 seasons from 2005-14, she won’t be returning to the Shonda Rhimes-created series for a cameo.

During Killing Eve season 2’s Hollywood premiere on Monday evening, Oh told Extra about her reasoning: “You know, I gotta tell you, you guys keep on asking me that question.”

“I just got to tell you, creatively you have moved on and while I know, and I deeply appreciate it, because I can feel it from the fans how much they love Cristina and that the show also still keeps Cristina alive, for me, is my home now,” she explained about the BBC America series. “This is where I am.”

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“I am Eve and that’s where I plan to stay as long as the show will have me,” she told the outlet. “And that’s really where I want to be.”

Image zoom Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri in Killing Eve Everett

This isn’t the first time that Oh’s answer has come as a disappointment to Grey’s fans.

In 2017, Oh told Access of potentially returning to Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital: “At this point … no, I don’t think so,” she admitted.

She even had a conversation with Rhimes about the option of returning when the series comes to an end in the future. “I just don’t know,” said Oh. “It would have to feel right.”

Image zoom Sandra Oh as Dr. Cristina Yang Randy Holmes/ABC via Getty

RELATED: Grey’s Anatomy Cast Congratulates Sandra Oh on Her Historic and ‘Overdue’ Golden Globe Win

Although her Grey’s days are over, fans of Oh will be seeing a lot more of the actress when she returns to Killing Eve for season 2 this weekend.

In January, Oh made history as the first Asian performer to win multiple Golden Globes when she took home the prize for best actress in a television drama for her role in Killing Eve at 76th annual award show.

Season 2 of Killing Eve premieres Sunday at 8 p.m. ET.

US medical drama Grey’s Anatomy returned for a record-breaking season 15 earlier this year, making it the longest-running primetime drama in ABC’s history.

A sixteenth hasn’t officially been confirmed, though star Ellen Pompeo, who plays the titular Meredith Grey, is contracted for another season, suggesting there’s at least one more in the offing.

Season 15 of the hit series hasn’t begun in Britain yet so if you’re watching at UK pace, beware of spoilers below.

Here’s everything we know about Grey’s Anatomy season 16 so far.

Grey’s Anatomy season 16 release date: when does it air?

Following previous season debuts, and observing that special time of the year when all US shows return, we can pretty safely say that Grey’s Anatomy season 16 will debut September 2019.

Sky Living airs it in the UK and season 15 is expected to begin later this year. Expect the follow-up season to air from around November 2019.

Grey’s Anatomy season 16 cast: who’s in it?


She’s contracted for it and the show won’t exist without her (according to creator Rhimes), so Ellen Pompeo will return as Meredith Grey once more, taking her tally of eps to well over 350.

Also expected to return, barring any season 15 shock departures, are: Justin Chambers as Alex Karev, Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey, James Pickens Jr as Richard Webber, Kevin McKidd as Owen Hunt, Jesse Williams as Jackson Avery, Camilla Luddington as Jo Wilson, Caterina Scorsone as Amelia Shepherd, Kelly McCreary as Maggie Pierce, and Giacomo Gianniotti as Andrew DeLuca.

There’s still a lot about the 15th season we don’t know, but what we do know is that the show is bringing back Dr Teddy Altman (Kim Raver) and Meredith Grey’s father Thatcher (Jeff Perry). The new episodes will also add a new orthopaedic surgeon played by Nashville’s Chris Carmack and the series’ first gay male surgeon Dr Nico Kim played by Alex Landi.

Grey’s Anatomy season 16 trailer: when can I see it?

As season 15 has just began its run in the US, Grey’s fans may have to wait until May 2019 for the first glimpse of the sixteenth.

Grey’s Anatomy season 16 spoilers: is it the end?

If star Ellen Pompeo recent comments are anything to by, it could well be.

The actress behind Meredith Grey said in September 2018: “I’m clearly not prepared right now to make any formal announcement about what my future is on the show, but I am really feeling like we have told the majority of the stories that we can tell.”

The actress added: “It’s about time that I mix it up. I’m definitely looking for a change.”

This is pretty significant as executive producer and series creator Shonda Rhimes made it clear that the show will not continue without Pompeo: “Ellen and I have a pact that I’m going to do the show as long as she’s going to do the show. So the show will exist as long as both of us want to do it.”

When the day comes to wrap up Grey’s Anatomy, Rhimes will return to pen the final episode.

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In this post, we are going to talk about Grey’s Anatomy season 16 episode 11 release date, preview, and streaming details. The show is going to release another episode for this week, which we will be talking about all the details about. But it might include spoilers from the past and future episodes, which might not be suitable for everyone. However, you can avoid the spoilers by only reading release date and preview details. Now, let’s get right into it!

Grey’s Anatomy Season 16 Episode 11 Release Date

The show is now nine episodes into the sixteenth season, and the tenth episode of the medical drama is all set to drop today. The tenth episode of Grey’s Anatomy season 16 is scheduled to release on 30 January 2020. The previous episode was released on 30 January 2019, after the show came back from its winter break of about two months. The last episode is titled ‘A Hard Pill To Swallow,’ and the last episode was named ‘Help Me Through the Night.’

Grey’s Anatomy Season 16 Episode 11 Preview

Here is the official preview clip released by the show, and you can watch it below:

Richard discovers Maggie resigned from Gray Sloan and is worried about how she’s dealing with the demise of her patient who was her irritated cousin. Bailey comes back to work subsequent to taking some close to home downtime, in spite of the fact that Koracick doesn’t make her first day as simple as she’d like. Then, Meredith figures she may miss DeLuca, and Amelia has an update for Link on her pregnancy.

Grey’s Anatomy Season 16 Episode 11 Streaming

The show is broadcasted on the ABC channel at 9 PM ET/PT in the US, and the new episodes are dropped on Thursdays. The show is available to be streamed on the ABC app, which provides online streaming of all the ABC shows. Furthermore, there are several other options such as Hulu, Roku, and Sling to watch the show at the mentioned time on ABC.

Grey’s Anatomy is getting a new Thursday-night shift.

ABC has unveiled its midseason schedule and the big news is that Shonda Rhimes’ enduring medical drama is moving from 8 pm back to its signature 9 pm perch beginning in late January to make way for the return of spinoff series Station 19, which will now lead off the night. To christen the rejiggered lineup, which kicks off Thursday, Jan. 23, ABC will stage a “dramatic two-hour crossover event” between the two shows.

Grey’s spent eight of its 16 seasons airing Thursdays at 9 pm before turning the time slot over to Scandal beginning in Season 11.

A Million Little Things, meanwhile, will shift to 10 pm, where it will remain until it finishes out Season 2 in late March. And then on April 2, How to Get Away With Murder will reclaim its 10 pm spot for the remainder of its final season.

ABC’s early 2020 game plan also finds the new 50 Cent-produced drama For Life (watch trailer here) taking over Emergence‘s Tuesday-at-10 pm slot beginning Feb. 11 when the latter series wraps its 13-episode rookie run. The network will decide Emergence‘s fate in the spring.

Additionally, American Idol will return Sunday, Feb. 16.

Scroll down for a snapshot of Fox’s midseason game plan (new series in CAPS):

Sunday, Jan. 5
7 pm America’s Funniest Home Videos

Monday, Jan. 6
8 pm The Bachelor (season premiere)

Tuesday, Jan. 7
9 pm mixed-ish
9: 30 black-ish
10 pm Emergence

Wednesday, Jan. 8
9 pm Modern Family
9:31 pm Single Parents
10 pm Stumptown

Monday, Jan. 13
10 pm The Good Doctor

Wednesday, Jan. 15
8 pm The Goldbergs
8:30 pm Schooled

Friday, Jan. 17
8 pm American Housewife
9 pm Fresh Off the Boat

Tuesday, Jan. 21
8 pm The Conners
8:30 pm Bless this Mess

Thursday, Jan. 23
8 pm Station 19 (new time)
9 pm Grey’s Anatomy (new time)
10 pm A Million Little Things (new time)

Sunday, Feb. 9
8 pm The Oscars

Tuesday, Feb. 11
10 pm FOR LIFE

Sunday, Feb. 16
8 pm American Idol

Sunday, Feb. 23
10 pm The Rookie

Thursday, April 2
10 pm How to Get Away With Murder

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ABC shows are starting to go on their winter breaks, with Grey’s Anatomy and How to Get Away with Murder the latest shows that have their midseason finales. Fans of these series, however, only have a few weeks to wait until their favourite shows come back in 2020 according to the new ABC release schedule.

As well as detailing when ABC hits like The Good Doctor, The Bachelor and American Idol will be out, it also revealed when a new show would premiere on the network. For Life, a legal drama about a prisoner who becomes a lawyer, will also begin in February.

Here’s when your favorite ABC shows will return:

“Grey’s Anatomy” Season 16 will be in a new timeslot in 2020 ABC

Grey’s Anatomy

For 2020, Grey’s Anatomy is moving to the new time on Thursdays at 9 p.m., so that it follows its spin-off show Station 19. This time move allows the shows to become much more of a shared universe, or as ABC are calling it, a “two hour crossover event” where, according to an interview the two shows’ showrunner Krista Vernoff gave with Deadline, “There are very organic opportunities for Grey’s Anatomy to, for example, inherit patients we see rescued on Station 19.”

The first new episode of Grey’s Anatomy to air in 2020 will be Season 16, Episode 10, which will air on Thursday, January 23.

Station 19

When Station 19 returns for Season 3, it will be in the timeslot before Grey’s Anatomy at 8 p.m. on Thursdays, with Season 3, Episode 1 airing on January 2020. Speaking on how the writers have got the worlds of Grey’s and Station to line-up, Vernoff told TVLine: “We are using Grey’s to mark time on both shows. When Station 19 premieres, we’ll do a little bit of flashing back to cover the time lapse.”

When asked if fans have to watch both shows, she said: “If you only watch one show, you’re satisfied…And if you watch both shows, you get some information or some cool pieces that you wouldn’t have if you didn’t watch both shows.”

“The Good Doctor” Season 3 will be back in January ABC

The Good Doctor

The Good Doctor is airing until later in 2019 than most ABC series and is coming back earlier in 2020. The show is expected to go on hiatus after its December 2 episode, with the show returning for Season 3, Episode 11 on January 13 in its usual timeslot of 10 p.m. ET / 9 p.m. CT.

How to Get Away with Murder

Fans of the Viola Davis-starring show have a much longer time to wait before they will get the final bunch of episode of the series, with the show not returning to ABC until April 2. In an interview with TVInsider about what fans should expect from these final episodes of HTGAWM, showrunner Pete Nowalk said, “I think every crime will come up for grabs, be answered for, and will have to be paid for. Each character will have to decide what they’re willing to do and to see if they’re willing to sell other people out.”

“A Million Little Things” will be back in a later timeslot in January 2020 ABC

A Million Little Things

Like Grey’s and How To Get Away With Murder, A Million Little Things had its midseason finale on November 21, with the rest of Season 2 of the drama restarting on the same day as Grey’s Anatomy, Thursday, January 23. However, the show is getting a new timeslot as the series moves into HWGAWM’s old time at 10 p.m. ET.

For Life

Fresh off of his success producing Power, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson is back behind another show, For Life, which begins on Tuesday, February 11 at 10 p.m. ET. Variety describe the series as, “a serialized legal and family drama inspired by the life of Isaac Wright, Jr. about a prisoner who becomes a lawyer, litigating cases for other inmates while fighting to overturn his own life sentence for a crime he didn’t commit.”

The host, mentor and judges of “American Idol 2020” ABC

Reality shows

Two of ABC’s big reality series are also coming back in January 2020, with The Bachelor returning with a three-hour season premiere on Monday, January 6, starting at 8 p.m. ET. The following month, American Idol also comes back, with the first episode beginning on Sunday, February 16 at 8 p.m.

Peter Weber, who came third on The Bachelorette Season 15 in May 2019, will be this year’s hunk on The Bachelor, while American Idol this year will be judged by Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan.


ABC’s scripted comedy lineup for 2020 is as follows (per Deadline):

From Tuesday, January 7

  • 9-9:30 p.m. — mixed-ish
  • 9:30-10 p.m. — black-ish

From Wednesday, January 8

  • 9-9:30 p.m. — Modern Family
  • 9:30-10 p.m. — Single Parents

From Wednesday, January 15

  • 8-8:30 p.m. — The Goldbergs
  • 8:30-9 p.m. — Schooled

From Friday, January 17

  • 8-8:30 p.m. — American Housewife
  • 8:30-9 p.m. — Fresh Off the Boat

From Tuesday, January 21

  • 8-8:30 p.m. — The Conners
  • 8:30-9 p.m. — Bless this Mess

The 2020 Academy Awards will be on February 9, 2020 on ABC ABC

Other shows

ABC also announced the return dates for the following shows, as well as the date of the 2020 Academy Awards (all times ET):

ABC’s 2019-2020 Fall TV Lineup: What You Need to Know

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Kids Say the Darndest Things
Hosted and executive produced by comedic superstar Tiffany Haddish, the hilarious reimagined format showcases a mix of in-studio segments and taped pieces from across the country, all set in front of a live studio audience. The series will capture Haddish’s unique voice and sensibility as she interacts with real kids – and their innocently entertaining points of view.


Next Year’s Oscars Will Probably Remain Hostless – And We’re Here For It

We Might Be Getting Double The Conners Episodes for Season 2

Constance Wu Won’t Be Fired From Fresh Off the Boat After Messy Renewal Tweets

Tiffany Haddish to Host and Produce New Kids Say the Darndest Things

The Goldbergs and Schooled Are Renewed

The Rookie Starring Nathan Fillion Is Renewed at ABC

Minnie Driver Shares Heartfelt Goodbye To Fans and Cast After Speechless Cancellation

Grey’s Anatomy Renewed for Two Seasons Because We Deserve This

How to Get Away with Murder Renewed for Season 6

For the People Is Dismissed by ABC After Two Seasons

Cobie Smulders Is Finally Getting Her Own Show, Like She Deserves

ABC Renews black-ish and Orders Spin-Off mixed-ish to Series

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Ain’t Dead Yet, Coming Back for Season 7

Ellen Pompeo Might Just Stay on Grey’s Anatomy Forever

The Good Doctor, A Million Little Things Renewed By ABC

Modern Family to End After Season 11

The Conners Is Coming Back for Season 2

Dancing with the Stars Skips Spring Cycle, Season 28 to Air in the Fall

Will How to Get Away with Murder Be Renewed for Season 6?

(Disclosure: TV Guide is owned by CBS Interactive, a division of ViacomCBS.)

‘Grey’s Anatomy’: When Will the Show End?

Grey’s Anatomy has pretty much become synonymous with good television. The show has been running since 2005, making it the eighth longest-running scripted U.S. primetime television series in history.

Anyone who has watched Grey’s knows that the show has gone through many changes. Whether that be main characters dying, characters suddenly falling in love, or people leaving the show, the storylines have yet to get stale.

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But how long can that truly last? When will Grey’s Anatomy end?

How did Shonda Rhimes get the idea for ‘Grey’s Anatomy’?

Since the show began, Shonda Rhimes, the creator of Grey’s, has written some of the most insane storylines to ever grace television screens. But how did she come up with the concept of the show in the first place?

“I had been a candy-striper in high school,” Rhimes once told People of her inspiration. “I always found medicine very interesting but being a candy-striper was all about the people in the beds and how late the doctors were working.”

“It felt like there were a thousand stories in every room and there is something really great about that idea,” she continued. “And then surgery, just the idea that you could hold a human being’s heart in your hand and you are responsible for life or death. For me, I felt like those were the warriors. That was really intriguing for me.”

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When will ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ end?

Season 16 of Grey’s just kicked off and the show has been renewed through season 17, so we will be getting more tales from Grey Sloan Memorial at least through 2021.

“Ellen and I have a pact that I’m going to do the show as long as she’s going to do the show,” Rhimes told E! News two years ago. “So, the show will exist as long as both of us want to do it. If she wants to stop, we’re stopping. So, I don’t know if we’ll see 600, but I want to keep it feeling fresh. As long as there are fresh stories to tell and as long as we’re both excited about the stories being told, we’re in. So, we’ll see where that takes us.”

Before season 16 of the show began, Ellen Pompeo, who plays Meredith Grey, seemed to be nearing the end of her tenure with the series.

“I’m clearly not prepared right now to make any formal announcement about what my future is on the show, but I am really feeling like we have told the majority of the stories that we can tell,” Pompeo told EW. “It’s about time that I mix it up. I’m definitely looking for a change.”

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Does ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ already have an ending written?

Some shows start out with the ending already created. Grey’s Anatomy is not one of them. As of right now, there is no set ending to the storylines happening on Grey’s.

“I have written the end of the show at least six times,” Rhimes told Entertainment Weekly. “But we just don’t end. Every time I thought, ‘This is how the show should end,’ we’ve gone past those moments, so I’ve stopped trying. I have no idea now.”

Grey’s Anatomy is coming back not just once … but twice!

Thanks to the show’s dedicated fans, ABC announced in May that Shonda Rhimes’s epic medical drama is returning for two more seasons , making it the longest-running primetime medical drama in TV history. Best of all: The wild (and wonderful) world of Grey Sloan resumes with season 16 on Thursday, September 26.

Season 16, which kicks off on Thursday, September 26 at 8 p.m. on ABC, is already shaping up to be one of the show’s best yet. Even Jake Broelli, who plays Levi Schitt, told ET that the new season promises to be “scary and exciting at the same time.” Because of the way season 15 ended (more on that later), the hospital has “completely turned on its head,” making it a “different landscape than we’ve been used to.”

Watch the season 16 promo to see what he’s talking about:

In a brand-new trailer for the season 16’s first episode titled “Nothing Left to Cling to,” we see Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) picking up trash for community service. As you know, Meredith, Richard (James Pickens Jr.), and Alex (Justin Chambers) were all fired on the basis of insurance fraud at the end of last season.
From the looks of the promo, season 16 begins with the search for Jackson (Jesse Williams) after he disappeared into the fog at the end of season 15. We also see a pregnant Teddy (Kim Raver) in the hospital with Owen (Kevin McKidd) by her side, and they’re shocked to hear about the firings.

So with that, here’s everything else we know about Grey’s Anatomy season 16.

When is Grey’s Anatomy coming back for season 16?

Fans will return to Grey Sloan on Thursday, September 26 at 8 p.m. on ABC. So, you know what that means: Shondaland’s #TGIT is here to stay (FYI: How to Get Away with Murder, Rhimes’ other hit show, follows Grey’s and Station 19 at 10 p.m. for its final season.)

Will Ellen Pompeo still be on the show?

ABC has made it clear that Grey Sloan doesn’t exist without Meredith Grey. So much so, that their entertainment chief Kerry Burke recently told the Television Critics Association that “it will be up to them (Pompeo and Rhimes) whether or not they want to continue the show.” For the next two seasons, it’s a yes from both parties, which means that Pompeo will return to portray the lead character. Last year, the actress signed a contract for seasons 15 and 16, which made her TV’s highest-paid leading woman on a primetime drama series. But according to The Hollywood Reporter, her new deal tacks on one more season.

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This may come as a surprise to fans because Pompeo recently told Entertainment Weekly that she was “definitely looking for a change.”

“I’m feeling like we’re coming to the end of the stories that we’ve told and that we can tell,” she said in September 2018. “I’m really excited to do some new things, it’s about time that I mix it up and I’m really excited about my producing career … My children are getting older so I want to be more available to them now.”

Showrunner Krista Vernoff recently told TVLine about the big plans for Meredith’s character arc, highlighting her relationship with Andrew DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti).

“They’ve got to navigate the complexities of a new relationship in the wake of Meredith having been fired and having broken the law,” said Vernoff. “There are stressors on their very new relationship coming from the ramifications of those decisions last season.”

Any chance that Patrick Dempsey or Sandra Oh will return in season 16?

Get this: In an interview with TV Line, Vernoff teased fans that one of their favorite characters will make a comeback in season 16 … but she didn’t confirm the actor. “I’m trying to get someone back,” she said. “There’s someone I’m hoping will make an appearance this year, it’s a real maybe. I’m trying.”

While fans were hopeful that Patrick Dempsey’s iconic character Derek “McDreamy” Shepherd would come back, they weren’t so sure how the show would bring him back from the dead … again. Last season, he played McDreamy’s ghost in season 15’s “Day of the Dead” episode.

Other fans on Twitter guessed that Callie Torres (Sara Ramirez), Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh), or Addison Montgomery (Kate Walsh) would return to Grey Sloan.

Not too long after Vernoff’s initial tease, TV Line shut down the rumors, confirming that they weren’t able to secure the mysterious alum. When a fan asked for details in TV Line’s Ask Ausiello, they answered: “Major update: It’s (sadly) not happening. Ultimately, a deal just didn’t come together.” There’s still hope for season 17, though!

Will there be new characters in Grey’s season 16?

Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs are confirmed to play sisters of a hospital patient who’s brain dead after falling into a construction site, according to Entertainment Weekly. We know them as witches in Charmed, a show that was produced by — you guessed it — Vernoff.

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We’re not quite sure if any new doctors are entering the scene, but we can confirm that three characters have been promoted to series regulars: Chris Carmack, Jake Borelli, and Greg Germann, will all play key roles in the upcoming season, according to Deadline.

“Chris, Jake, and Greg have been recurring for us as guest stars and have popped as fan favorites,” said Vernoff. “We are excited to continue revealing their characters and we are beyond thrilled to welcome them to the Grey’s Anatomy family.”

Chris and Jake celebrated the news on social media:

“Great news from Hollywoodland! Honored to be joining this esteemed crew!!!” wrote Chris Carmack, who started as guest star Link in season 15.

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— Chris Carmack (@RealCarmack) May 10, 2019

“Dreams do come true,” shared Jake Borelli, who has played Dr. Levi “Glasses” Schmitt for the past two seasons. “#GreysAnatomy has been my home for the past two years, and saying that I’m over the moon excited about this doesn’t scratch the surface.”

And while she isn’t exactly new, Jasmine Guy is set to reprise her role as Gemma in the new season, according to Deadline. ICYMI: In season 15, Gemma showed up at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital with a stiletto lodged in her chest after a night of drinking. She eventually crossed paths with fellow Alcohol Anonymous group member Dr. Richard Webber, played by actor James Pickens Jr., and things got complicated.

Let’s get to the plot: Are Teddy and Owen together?

They’ve had a pretty tumultuous relationship since their early days as army surgeons, but it looks like they’re in a good place at the start of season 16. At the end of last season, Teddy gave birth to Owen’s baby, and Owen declared his love for Teddy. In a recent interview with People, actress Kim Raver said she feels good about their relationship — so, promising?

“I think Owen has done a lot of work on himself,” she said. “I think they’re in a really great place for this to be an amazing, amazing relationship. Of course, they did have poor Tom there doing the baby crib and eating a sandwich. I was like, ‘Really?'”

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As you’ll remember, Tom is the third part of this relationship triangle, as he dated Teddy during her pregnancy and helped her prep for the arrival. So we’ll have to see how he reacts to the intimate moment shared between Teddy and Owen in the delivery room. Cue the drama.

What’s going to happen to Jo and Alex?

At the end of season 15, Jo checked herself into Grey Sloan in an effort to get treatment for her depression. Vernoff told TVLine in June that even though the season 16 plot lines were still in the works, she was optimistic about the couple’s future.

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“I hope therapy brings her back to herself and Alex,” Krista explains, while continuing to say she wants Alex’s luck to turn. “He gets to heal that wound that keeps repeating, where he chooses women who go into mental-health crises. I’d like to see that story complete for him, with Jo returning to him in a way that’s beautiful.”Sounds good to us!

Can we expect more Station 19 crossovers this season?

In short, yes! Since Vernoff is the showrunner for Grey’s and Station 19, it only makes sense that the shows will intertwine. During the Television Critics Association panel, Burke mentioned that the shows, which air back-to-back at 8 and 9 p.m. on ABC, “will continue to be building blocks of that night.”Although there won’t be weekly crossovers, she noted that there are relationships blossoming between characters, and there will be more of that in the seasons ahead.

When is Grey’s Anatomy ending?

TBD. As of right now, the show has been picked up for season 16 and 17, which means we have at least two more years left with our favorite TV doctors. Beyond that, it’s up for debate. Keep checking back here for more updates!

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