Despite rumors to the contrary, Grey’s Anatomy will continue to air for the foreseeable future.
We all know the long-running medical drama Grey’s Anatomy has undergone some major changes, but it still remains popular and a must-watch for fans.
In a plot twist that will surely shock no one, Grey’s Anatomy has been renewed for an impressive 20th season, making it the first ABC scripted drama to receive such a long run.
The show will be in the hands of new showrunner Meg Marinis, who has been with the series since season 3.
Ellen Pompeo, who plays the iconic character of Meredith Grey, has taken a step back from the show to focus on other projects.
Meanwhile, showrunner Krista Vernoff is also stepping away from the show after the current season. And just when we thought things couldn’t get any worse, fan-favorite Kelly McCreary, who played Maggie Pierce, has announced her exit after nine seasons.
It’s like everyone is abandoning Seattle Grace, but at least they’re doing it in a classy way – “it’s not you, it’s me.”
It’s great to see her get a promotion after working her way up the “Grey’s Anatomy ladder.”
As any fan will know, Grey’s Anatomy has had its fair share of heart-wrenching moments over the years.
Who can forget Addison Montgomery-Shepherd’s dramatic entrance in the season one finale? She shook things up and changed the hospital dynamic forever.
Then there was Izzie and Denny’s tragic love story in season two, which nearly cost Izzie her career.
And of course, we can’t forget Cristina and Burke’s tumultuous relationship, which ultimately led to Cristina rediscovering herself.
Despite all the tears we’ve shed over the years, Grey’s Anatomy remains one of the most beloved shows on television. With all the recent changes, it feels like Seattle Grace is going through a mid-life crisis, but as long as the show continues to pull in strong ratings, we’ll be here to watch it all unfold.
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