The medical drama continues its impressive run.
April 20, 2018
Late tonight ABC announced that Grey's Anatomy will be returning for a 15th season. The pickup not only extends the medical drama's already-impressive run, it also makes it the network's longest-running prime time scripted series of all time. That record was previously-held by the 1950s sitcom The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriett.
On the air since 2005, the veteran Shonda Rhimes hospital drama continues to be a strong performer in ABC's Thursday night lineup. While its ratings are not quite what they were in its heyday, the show still ranks as the network's top drama in the coveted adults 18-49 demographic.
Grey's Anatomy follows Dr. Meredith Grey and her coworkers at Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital. The staff of attending physicians, residents, and surgical interns are faced with all types of medical cases, from trivial to life-threatening. While furthering their careers, they learn and grow from the patients they treat and the relationships they form with each other.
04/21/18 at 10:02am
Grey's Anatomy has been one of the most consistent quality shows on TV. I have seen every episode and intend to watch it until it's pulse goes weak and is put on life support. There have been years that have been better than others but the last two or three seasons have been as good as the show has ever been and that is saying a lot. None of the knock offs are anywhere near as good as this one and that includes Chicago Med and The Resident (one I gave up on after 2 episodes). Long live Grey's Anatomy! Congratulations on being a meaningful counterpart to the last 14 years of my life.
04/21/18 at 04:36am
Shonda Rhimes does nothing but crap she must have something on the hierarchy to get away with the garbage she churns out
04/21/18 at 02:58am
I used to love Grey's but that has dwindled over the years. I actually hope the 15th season will be its final season. It made records for ABC and it will now be equal with ER. Let it go out with some dignity.
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