Grey’s Anatomy is a long-term TV series that premiere ABC, a mid-season replacement, on 27 March 2005. There was a lot of season for this show, and to this day it is still solid. The series consists of 16 seasons and has been renewed recently for 17 seasons.
The world was a very different place when Grey’s Anatomy debuted back in 2005. Many people regarded the show as the response from ABC to ER, which had been on ABC for over 10 years, and which was a big success. Yet there was a lot of variety this time around, and a woman was the main character.
Fast-forward ten years, and without Grey’s, we can’t imagine our lives. The show has surpassed the ER as the longest medical drama ever. And, even though several cast changes have occurred, a core group has stuck on. The series also experienced many shifts in the political and cultural climate, all of which were explored on stage.
Is Grey’s Anatomy Season 17 Last?
As Meredith Grey, played by Ellen Pompeo, appeared with James Cordon on The Late Late Show, the actress ignored questions about Grey’s Anatomy Season 17 as last, which isn’t great news for the audience.
Grey’s Anatomy was renewed on 10 May 2019 for two seasons 16 and 17 in a row. There is also ample encouragement to the fact that Grey’s Anatomy will return for a 17th season. This will mark the beginning of an end, however.
Grey’s Anatomy conducted its first episode in 2005 and has since undertaken a remarkable 353 episodes over 15 years.
Grey’s Season 17 is expected to be released in September 2020. And in the middle of the month, I assume it will fall.
The cast of season 17 will include:
- Ellen Pompeo as Meredith Grey
- Martin Henderson as Nathan Riggs
- Giacomo Gianniotti as Andrew DeLuca
- Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey
- Jake Borelli as Levi Schmitt
- Chris Carmack as Atticus Lincoln
- Greg Germann as Thomas Koracick
- James Pickens Jr. as Richard Webber
At the time of publication, it is tough to diagnose the plot of season 17. It’s sure one thing, it won’t be disappointing. Pompeo is concentrating on getting things right because it truly is the final season.
So, expect surprises but not too many– Game Of Thrones and Sopranos have taken high artistic risks in their last moments. We think Grey’s is going to play it a little safer, based on this quote.