There were several months of uncertainty regarding the future of Grey’s Anatomy beyond its seventeenth installment, but finally, ABC made the decision that everyone, from the team of the series to its most loyal fans, was waiting. The long-lived medical fiction would have the eighth season. However, especially now that the premiere of the new episodes can be seen on the horizon, we cannot help but wonder if the new installment of the series will mean the absolute rebirth of Meredith Gray ( Ellen Pompeo ) or the final stretch of kla that so much we’ve been talking for a long time.
Perhaps it is, finally, both, since the new stage that is coming for the titular surgeon of the series created by Shonda Rhimes represents a rebirth for the character, who spent the entire 17th season struggling between life and death after having contracted Covid-19 and entered a coma. Finally, Meredith woke up and left behind that dream beach where she revived her love with Derek ( Patrick Dempsey ) and was reunited with some of her loved ones, which gave meaning to the renewal, but at the same time, if We suspected for months that the previous delivery would be the last, there are many ballots so that in the new season we harbor the same doubt.
The doubts about the future of Grey’s Anatomy will be put on the table or will be completely cleared later, but now the only certainty is that season 18 already has a date on the other side of the pond: September 30, 2022.
In season 18 of Grey’s Anatomy, many details are not yet known but we can count on notable absences. Specifically with those of Jesse Williams as Jackson, with Giacomo Gianniotti as Andrew DeLuca, and Greg Germann as Doctor Koracick. What else to expect? A new Meredith, some very happy and engaged Teddy (Kim Raver) and Owen (Kevin McKidd), and a roller coaster of emotions between Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) and Link (Chris Carmack) after the unexpected marriage proposal that did not end in “yes. , I want”.