Grey’s Anatomy: the 17th season could be the LAST of the series

According to “The Hollywood Reporter”, “Grey’s Anatomy” could end very soon, as the end of season 17 could serve as the final episode of the medical drama.

In recent months, the coronavirus pandemic has had a major impact behind the scenes, forcing the production team to reduce the number of episodes to 16 instead of the usual 24.

In addition, the contract of protagonist Ellen Pompeo and showrunner Krista Vernoff has not yet been renewed …

As a result, Vernoff told the Portal that he plans to write the final episode of Season 17 to serve as both a season finale and a defensive end for the series.

“I foresee an end of the season which could be the definitive end of the whole intrigue. It’s not ideal and it’s very difficult to do it because it’s not what I wanted, but we have to be realistic, ”she said.

Vernoff also said he asked ABC to give him an opinion on whether he will remain in office or be fired as the uncertainty could affect the events of the series.

“I told them [executivos da ABC] which I need to know before I complete what I’m planning, as there are character patterns that will change depending on the decision of my stay. My hands are tied because I don’t know if there will be a closure or if I will build something more. Either way, this suspense gave me the opportunity to create something that concludes the series without leaving any loose ends or hooks that will lead nowhere.

Created by writer and producer Shonda Rhimes in 2005, the attraction reinvents itself every season and has even included the coronavirus pandemic as one of its themes.

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Even after so many years, Grey’s continues to be one of the most successful shows of all time for ABC and Netflix as the streaming platform has acquired its viewing rights.

After a three-month hiatus, it should be remembered that the rest of the episodes of the 17th season will return from today on the crossover with the series “ Station 19 ”.

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The plot follows the personal and professional lives of surgeons and inmates at Gray Sloan Memorial Hospital.

The cast includes Ellen Pompeo, Chandra Wilson, James Pickens Jr., Kevin McKidd, Jesse Williams, Caterina Scorsone, Camilla Luddington, Kelly McCreary, Giacomo Gianniotti, Kim Raver, Greg Germann, Jake Borelli, Chris Carmack, Richard Flood and Anthony Hill.

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