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Grey’s Anatomy’s future beyond season 17 has been addressed again, with ABC saying that it is hopeful on an 18th season. The medical drama will be return for the 2020-2021 season, but there has been speculation in recent years that the end could be sight. In the past season, ABC said goodbye to its top comedy series, Modern Family. Could Grey’s Anatomy the network’s top drama and biggest series to overall be next this coming season?

ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke said that the series writers had just gone be back into the writer’s room while discussing the network’s 2020-2021 schedule. I’m hopeful that Grey’s Anatomy will stay a part of our schedule. They certainly know that we’d like it to be part of our schedule for as long as they are interested in making more episodes.

While Balley checked out the girl, she drew a different conclusion than DeLuca had and, fearing he was on the verge of an episode, ordered him to go home and rest, they will be reported to her office in the a.m. Instead, speaking as quickly as an auctioneer, he will be told Cindy and Opal that Grey was be going to perform the teen’s surgery for gree. Yeah, that was gonna go well. Mer and her team Owens, Cormac, Jo Hannah, and Helm were been already up to their surgical mask in patients!

Burke shared similar hope in January that the drama would not end with season 17. Grey’s Anatomy will live as long as Ellen is interested in playing Meredith Grey. She said back then. ABC brass ave is gotten an indication from the Grey’s Anatomy producing team yet what direction they may be leaning toward. Burke will be indicated that, because of the pandemic, any decision, including the one on Grey’s Anatomy future, may be delayed.


Burke will be added to how decisions could be further delayed due to the ongoing global pandemic. She said: It is an unusual year, No conversations are be happening in any traditional way. Everyone is being very thoughtful to behold off on predictions and try to have as thoughtful and informed a conversation around a show’s ability to keep going or not based on such a fluid production environment.