"Gray's Anatomy" is formally heading again to set.
To recall, last year, Grey's Anatomy broke ER's record of being the longest-running primetime medical drama and was ABC's top series in the 2018-19 broadcast season. As you advance Variety, the filming of the first two chapters of the new batch would begin next week in Los Angeles. A earlier model of the schedule listed the present in its common Thursday evening slot subsequent to "Station 19".More news: Intel Debuts 11th-Generation Core Chips, New Logo
This news would appear to put ABC in a more solid position on the scripted front than some of its rivals, as the Disney-owned network already has "The Goldbergs", "A Million Little Things", "The Good Doctor" and "Big Sky" confirmed as returning to production.More news: Wall street bloodbath: Dow and Nasdaq plunge
Screenwriter and showrunner Krista Vernoff said in a recent interview with People: "We're going to address this pandemic for sure". She also mentioned that there show being a medical drama could not gloss over the medical stories of our lifetime. "I really feel like our present has a chance and a accountability to inform a few of these tales".
The medical drama brings in real-life docs to discuss their experiences every season, and Vernoff stated throughout the panel that the tales the docs advised this time round have been not like any earlier yr. "They literally shake and try not to cry, they talk about it as a war, a war they weren't trained for". Apparently, the character of Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd), will have a lot to say in this regard and will be involved in a plot that he himself has described as "dark".More news: In Pics | Realme 7 First Impressions