Grey’s Anatomy Next Week Preview

Grey’s Anatomy Next Week Preview

Next week, Grey’s Anatomy returns with a special episode that promises an unexpected twist. While this won’t be an entirely new storyline, it certainly raises some intriguing questions about the show’s future.

Season 19 will mark a pivotal point for Grey’s Anatomy, and it could possibly mark the last season for one of its beloved characters: Ellen Pompeo is taking a break from appearing on the series and only appearing in eight episodes this year; could this be her final year as Meredith Grey?

Though it’s hard to imagine her leaving the show, that doesn’t guarantee a future absence. As Deadline reported earlier this year, she has signed on for a Hulu limited series and several other projects.

But if that wasn’t enough for her, Kate Walsh will also return to “Grey’s Anatomy” as an executive producer and voice of its iconic narration. Additionally, Kate Walsh’s Addison Montgomery will make a few cameo appearances this season at the hospital as part of the creative comeback.

The “Grey’s Anatomy” season 19 winter premiere, “I’ll Follow the Sun,” will mark Meredith Grey’s departure and include a touching goodbye moment between Meredith and Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson), as well as an opportunity for interns to participate in an innovative partial heart transplant procedure.

Another key plotline will involve Meredith’s decision to relocate her family to Boston for a job in Alzheimer’s research. Although she may want to relocate, there are many factors for consideration before making this move.

Conversely, Grey’s Anatomy will be welcoming a host of new characters this season, including Alexis Floyd, Niko Terho, Midori Francis, Adelaide Kane and Harry Shum Jr. With these prospects of becoming regulars on the show, expect plenty of drama between these rookies and their more experienced colleagues.

This marks a dramatic shift from previous seasons, where there were only a few newcomers. That’s why it’s essential to know what’s coming up on the show before you tune in.

Since Season 17, much has changed. Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd) and Teddy Altman (Kim Raver) are on the run after they were arrested for aiding veterans in suicide attempts. Richard Webber (James Pickens Jr.) took a sabbatical as he grieved for the program he helped create, leaving behind only memories.

But one character will be returning to the hospital and reinvigorating an educational program that’s been dormant for years. According to its official promo, Bailey (Kate Walsh) will recruit interns in order to create a series of social media videos informing teens about sexual health.

We’re thrilled that this creative approach is bringing joy back into the show and can’t wait to see how this plays out!

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