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Greys Anatomy - Season 14



Alex playing "third sister" while Amelia was under, bickering with the others was entertaining, as always. All the comments that nod at previous seasons are delightful each and every time. A show that has thirteen seasons under its belt shouldn't hesitate to acknowledge it's past.




Greys Anatomy - Season 14



Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Episode 3 was another solid hour filled with warm and fuzzies, humor, interesting cases, and sexytimes. Let's pray to the Grey's gods that it'll stay this way for the rest of the season.


Amelia's storyline has been aimless since she recovered from her brain tumor, but I have enjoyed how her addiction has quietly permeated the season. I also love that in honor of Ollie's memory, and as a result of connecting with Betty, she has taken on the role of sponsor.


A lot of catastrophes have gone down over the course of Grey's Anatomy's thirteen seasons, but the two-hour opener for Season 14 proves that the most gnarly wreckage happens when base emotions collide.


The premiere centers around Megan Hunt (Abigail Spencer), who has been a topic of many conversations over the years thanks to her status as Owen's (Kevin McKidd) missing sister and the love of Riggs' (Martin Henderson) life whose disappearance and presumed death in Iraq destroyed their whole family for several seasons. Last season, we learned that she'd been found alive and well, just as Nathan and Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) had taken their hook-up to another level.


Back on the ferry, Meredith reiterates her offer to Jo but gives her blessing if she decides to take the job in Boston. (It should be noted that Chambers and Luddington are expected to return next season).


Netflix is reliant on ABC for their medical drama content after Fox famously stripped Netflix of House a couple of years ago. Netflix has yet to produce their own series in the genre. The series has been running since 2005 and premiered as a mid-season replacement but has rocketed to success.


In April, ABC renewed Grey's Anatomy for Season 15, making it the longest-running series in the network's history. No official date has been set for the Season 15 premiere, but expect it to air sometime in September with ABC's other dramas. The Season 14 premiere aired on Sept. 28, 2017, so if the network keeps Grey's in its usual 8 p.m. Thursday time slot (and I can't imagine why ABC would change it), it's possible that Season 15 will premiere on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018. The exact number of episodes in Season 15 has yet to be announced, but the new season will likely have a full 24-episode order, the same amount as previous seasons (except for Season 1). If you want to be prepared for Season 15, make sure you have 24 boxes of tissues on hand come September.


Fifteen seasons is a long time for a show to be on the air, but don't worry: From the looks of it, Grey's Anatomy will be around for many more seasons. In 2017, Pompeo signed a massive $20 million-a-year deal with ABC that made her TV's highest-earning actress on a drama series. The deal covers Seasons 15 and 16, so even though Season 16 has not officially been approved, it's safe to say that it will happen. Pompeo discussed the deal in a January interview with The Hollywood Reporter, and if you haven't read the interview yet, do it ASAP. It's a hilarious behind-the-scenes peek at Grey's Anatomy, plus a badass guide to negotiating a salary that acknowledges with your worth.


There are only two episodes left in Season 14 of Grey's Anatomy, so if you want to stay up to date for Season 15, be sure not to miss them. After all, there's no such thing as an uneventful Grey's season finale.


Remember Amelia Sheppard (Caterina Scorsone)? Oh yeah, her. Her character was kind of forgettable in season 13, but the writers this season have given her a storyline that sees her tackle one of her biggest obstacles yet! A ten-year old brain tumour wreaked havoc at Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital early in the season and Amelia, one of our favourite characters faces the battle of her life. The relationship between Amelia and Dr Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd) takes a downward turn after this as Dr. Sheppard begins to reevaluate every single part of her life: was every decision and choice for the past ten years a direct result of her tumour?


ABC is moving full steam ahead on their upcoming Grey's Anatomy Spin-Off. They haven't yet titled the series, but we do know that it is going to center on firefighters and that Jaina Lee Ortiz is going to be the female lead. Now, it has been confirmed that Jason George, who has been a series regular on Grey's Anatomy since season 12 and first appeared on the show in season 6, is going to star in this firefighter spin-off.


The news comes courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter, who reveal that Jason George will become a series regular on the upcoming Grey's Anatomy firefighter spin-off. At the moment, details on his transition are being kept under wraps, but it is said to be a key part of his storyline in Grey's Anatomy season 14. The report notes that George will continue to be a series regular on Grey's Anatomy until production on the spin-off commences.


Jason George's transition into this new firefighter series seems very fitting. At the end of Grey's Anatomy season 13, his character, Dr. Ben Warren, kicked it into firefighter mode when he attempted to rescue Jerrika Hinton's character, Stephanie. Originally, ABC had pictured this new Grey's Anatomy spin-off with an entirely new cast, but Geroge fits the bill and will help provide some connective tissue to the hit flagship series. THR says the new series "centers on a group of heroic Seattle firefighters from the captain down the ranks in their personal and professional lives."


Grey's Anatomy has been a massive hit for ABC over the years and will cross the 300 episode mark during its 14th season. This new firefighter spin-off also marks the second in the history of Grey's Anatomy. Private Practice, the first spin-off, was also quite successful, running for 6 seasons from 2007 to 2013. Shonda Rhimes and her partner Betsy Beers will executive produce the new spin-off, alongside Grey's Anatomy executive producer and co-showrunner Stacy McKee, who has now started working on the firefighter spin-off full time. There's no word yet on when this new spin-off is slated to debut. Grey's Anatomy season 14 is set to start airing on September 28.


VERNOFF: One of the things I had spoken with the studio and the network about at the end of last season was coming back strong with joy, that people want hope and joy and relief that the world feels frightening, right now, and they want their joy and romance back. 041b061a72


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