Goodbye NETFLIX! All 17 seasons of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ are DELETED from streaming

Netflix missed yet another hit series: All 17 seasons of “Grey’s Anatomy” have been DELETED from streaming.

The seasons continue in the catalog of competitors Globoplay, Star + and Amazon Prime Video.

The 18th season opens in Brazil on the Sony channel on January 25, with episodes airing weekly at 9 p.m. on Tuesday.

According to Deadline, broadcaster ABC has already started negotiations for the 19th season of “Grey’s Anatomy”.

The site also points out that actress and executive producer Ellen Pompeo has already been approached to join the show’s cast for another round. Pompeo had signed a contract for just one more season, which ends at the end of Season 18.

Chandra Wilson and James Pickens Jr., the only other two cast from the original cast, have already signed multiple cycle deals.

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It should be remembered that, in an interview with Insider, Pompeo expressed his desire to end production.

“I’m trying to convince everyone that the show should end. I feel like I’m super naive to ask, ‘But what will the story be about? What are we going to say? “And everyone says,” What does it matter, Ellen? We’re making billions of dollars.

She adds, “How can we end such an iconic series? How do we do this? I want to make sure I do the right thing for this character and this show. I want to do the right thing for the fans.

Despite the decline in numbers, “Grey’s Anatomy” remains ABC’s top-rated drama series.

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