Grey’s Anatomy has been renewed for a historic 20th season, making it the longest-running primetime medical drama in TV history. Along with the expected renewal, ABC also confirmed that Meg Marinis will be the showrunner for Season 20 as reported by Deadline.
She takes over for Krista Vernoff, who has been in charge of Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19 for a long time but is leaving both shows at the end of this season.
ABC has renewed both Grey’s Anatomy and its spinoff, Station 19, at the same time for the past few years. I’ve heard that deals are still being made for Station 19, and that the first-responder drama will probably be back.
Meredith Grey, who is played by Ellen Pompeo, had a big farewell episode in the midseason premiere. On May 18, she will be back for the season 19 finale of Grey’s Anatomy. She doesn’t have a contract to act after this season, but I’ve heard that she might be on the show next season. Grey’s still has Pompeo as an executive producer, and he does the voiceover at the beginning and end of each episode.
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In a recent interview, she hinted that she might not be done playing Meredith Grey, and I’ve heard that the change in showrunners for Grey’s might make it more likely that she’ll be back in Season 20.
Kevin McKidd (Owen), Kim Raver (Teddy), Camilla Luddington (Jo), and Caterina Scorsone, who have all been on Grey’s for a long time, have also heard that their contracts are up this season (Amelia). For ABC Signature to work with any of them again, it would have to make new deals.
Grey’s Anatomy is coming to the end of a season that has changed a lot. Pompeo is leaving, Kelly McCreary is leaving, and Harry Shum Jr., Adelaide Kane, Alexis Floyd, Niko Terho, and Midori Francis are playing five new main characters. Most of the new cast members have been liked, and most, if not all, are likely to be brought back for another season.
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Even after 19 seasons, Grey’s Anatomy is still ABC’s No. 1 entertainment show for adults 18-49 and is tied for the fifth-highest-rated drama show of the season in that demo. Grey’s Anatomy has an average of 10.7 million viewers after 35 days of delayed viewing on linear and digital platforms. This makes it ABC’s No. 1 entertainment show for delayed viewing across multiple platforms.
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