Grey's Anatomy Fans Go Nuts Online, Wonder: Is Cristina Coming Back?
Grey's Anatomy just did it again.
Grey's Anatomy just did it again.
Patrick Dempsey returrned to Grey's Anatomy for the third time this season on Thursday night.
But he did so under rather dour circumstances.
Grey's Anatomy just did it again, you guys.
The ABC drama returned on Thursday night from a lengthy hiatus -- and proved that it still knows how to shock millions of viewers across the globe.
We are hope you are sitting down for this, television viewers.
The day that we never thought would ever arrive may actually be here a lot sooner than we previously believed.
Darn it, Grey's Anatomy.
You've done it again.
Meredith Grey is not out of the woods.
At the top of Thursday's new episode of Grey's Anatomy, the beloved doctor seemed to be out of the woods.
Grey's Anatomy has been handing the COVID-19 pandemic ever since it returned to the air last month.
It was inevitable there would be a big loss for the characters as they battle a virus that is pushing medical resources to the brink.
Move over, McDreamy.
And make way for 007!
We hope you're sitting down for this one, Grey's Anatomy fans.
Meredith Grey has COVID-19.
The unfortunate news was dropped on Thursday's new episode of Grey's Anatomy as our titular hero continued to meet her deceased husband in a series of vivid dreams.
Patrick Dempsey surprised television viewers everywhere last week by returning to Grey's Anatomy.
We still can't believe we're writing that sentence:
It's the rivalry that will apparently never die.
And also the rivalry that many current television fans likely never knew existed.
In this age of spoilers, social media and the Internet in general, it's nearly impossible for a television show to pull off a true stunner.
Clare Crawley falls in love with a suitor immediately on The Bachelorette and leaves the series early, only to be replaced by Tayshia Adams?
Grey's Anatomy pulled off the impossible on Thursday night.
The long-running ABC drama teased a premiere that would include a “shocking, jaw-dropping ending.”
A new season of Grey's Anatomy hit the air Thursday night, and while the series typically heightens the drama, it could not have been more realistic.
As expected, the premiere covered COVID-19, while simultaneously filling in the blanks on what happened to all of the characters between last season's finale and this season's premiere.
In a new interview, Ellen Pompeo dropped some harsh truth on television fans.
She said this upcoming season of Grey's Anatomy may finally be it for the iconic medical drama.
In case you haven't heard, there's a global pandemic out there.
This has affected every facet of life in every state across the nation.
The doctors are about to be back in on ABC.
Insiders have confirmed to Variety that Grey's Anatomy will resume production on Season 17 later this month, following a lengthy hiatus as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
At some point, Grey's Anatomy's fans, it's gonna happen.
At some point, ourr lives will once again be graced with our favorite small screen doctors and all the beloved drama that has been associated with them for going on two decades now.
Ellen Pompeo isn't a doctor, but she plays one on TV. After 16 seasons of it, she's very good at it.
A lot of Grey's Anatomy stars from the early years have moved on -- but Ellen explains the very simple reason why she has stayed with the show.
As we already reported, Season 17 of Grey's Anatomy will be a little different than planned, in light of the pandemic.
Now, the show is delving into the ways that COVID-19 is shaping not only the production, but the story itself.
It may not have been the initial plan, but it remains where we are:
Grey's Anatomy Season 16 has come and gone.