Last January, ABC confirmed that the medical drama Grey’s Anatomy – the longest-running series of its kind in television history – had been renewed for a 19th season.
The television network now confirms that there is already a release date for both Grey’s Anatomyas for the rest of the series – new and with a new season – that make up the fall 2022 television lineup.
Grey’swhich usually makes the premiere of each season at the end of September, will premiere the first episode of season 19 on Thursday, October 6 (via TV Line).
Season 19 has confirmed the returns of the three original members still on the drama’s payroll, Ellen Pompeo as Meredith Grey, Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey, y James Pickens Jr. como Richard Webber.
Pompeo, who served as co-executive producer for season 18, was promoted to executive producer beginning with season 19. Krista Vernoffshowrunner de Grey’s from season 14, on departure as shorwunner of Shonda Rhimes of the series, will continue to monitor the series.
With 18 seasons behind him, Grey’s remains one of the series with the best rating on television, and in the demographic 18-49 it is placed as number 1 within ABC.
The plot of season 17 focused on the world immersed in the COVID-19 pandemic, with Meredith being one of the many people infected, spending most of the season hospitalized at Gray Sloan Memorial. Season 18 moved away from the COVID world, opting to set its plot in a fictional post-pandemic world.
- The first 17 seasons of Grey’s They are available on Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and Disney’s Star+ in Mexico and the rest of Latin America, and on Hulu in the United States.
Other ABC series renewed for a new season with premieres in late September and early October, include the spinoff of Grey’s, Station 19, The Good Doctor, Big Sky, The Connors, The Goldbergs, Abbott Elementary, Home Economicsamong other.
Rhimes, Betsy Beers, Vernoff, Debbie Allen, Meg Marinis and Mark Gordon are the executive producers of Grey’s Anatomy.