When Is Greys Anatomy Back? Here’s Everything about Season 17 and Season 18 Cast and Episodes!

  • AUTHOR: dua
  • POSTED ON: March 15, 2021

The carousel never stops turning…

17 of Grey’s Anatomy is back tonight and *spoiler alert* it’s back with yet
another shocking death!

knew Shonda could be so cruel? Actually, fans who’ve been following the show
since the beginning might.

O’Malley’s death.

we’re never forgiving you for that. Like ever.

let’s get back to season 17, because Grey Sloan is currently trying to navigate
the pandemic and the first half of the season ended with Meredith on the

you might’ve guessed it already, but emotions were running high when the season
returned – there was chaos everywhere and, amidst all of this, Deluca got stabbed
and died during the operation. Yes, you read that right. Take your time to
process this piece of information, it is a heavy one.

ending of this episode got us wondering what the rest of the season would look
like. It’s like the pandemic wasn’t enough, and Shonda wanted us to go through
more pain. Typical.

what could possibly be the reason? Why did she kill off such a loved character,
and that too so suddenly? It’s unfair to the fans, because they’re simply
killing off characters for the shock value – no particular reason, just plain
formulaic masochism.

one question that is on everyone’s mind right now is: Will there be another
season? If no, then how are they planning to end the series on season 17? No
one can deny that Grey’s Anatomy has been one of the most loved TV show for
decades, and people are going to feel the void once it ends – but maybe the time
has come and no one is interested in dragging it unnecessarily.

do you guys think?

all we know, this could very much be the series finale. So far, we’ve not had
any news regarding the next season. The contracts of all actors end at the end
of this season, and the channel operators have no yet renewed it. What could
that be an indicator of? Is this it?

Vernoff, who rejoined the crew in Season 14, said that she is planning a season
as well as a finale. Could this mean that this season would be the final season
after all?

look, that’s not the end of the story. Vernoff also confirmed that ABC will
verify the date of the final episode, so that production and writing can be
done accordingly. Nobody would like the final episode to end on a cliffhanger –
that would be unfair to the audiences who’ve invested almost 15 years of their
life on this show.

we’re trying to say here is that there’s no good news – but there’s no bad news

2020, Ellen Pompeo said that this could very well be the final season. Although
she didn’t know when the show would end, but she knew that it could potentially
be this year, because that’s when her contract ends.

hey, it’s not like she’s said this for the first time. In fact, it seems like
she’s been saying this for the last couple of years. Every time she does
promotions for the latest season, these are her prototypical responses.

this time, it’s not just the actors who’re hesitant, it’s also the network. Why
do you think ABC has not given a confirmation of another season yet?

Entertainment President,Karey Burke did say that Grey’s Anatomy will continue
for as long as Ellen Pompeo stays.

“Grey’s Anatomy will live as long as Ellen is
interested in playing Meredith Grey. We will let her lead the pace on that
.” – She said.

maybe that’s what it is. We just need to keep our fingers crossed and hope that
Ellen never gets tired of the series.

apart from Ellen, there are other cast members, too. Some
of them have signed contracts up until season 19 – at least, that’s what the
rumors claim. But that’s exactly the kind of optimism that we need right now,
don’t we?

so we still have Kevil McKidd, Kim Raver, Chandra Wilson, and Camilla
Luddington on board. While speaking to Variety, Wilson said that she’ll be
there until the wheels come off.

let’s just hope that no more characters die on the show and we get a happy
ending. And please, like our page on Facebook for the latest developments and

Updated March 15, 2021
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