“Nobody knows where they might end up. Nobody knows.”
Grey’s Anatomy is set to return for its seventeenth season on Thursday, November 12, after having its sixteenth season cut short due to COVID-19. Entertainment Weekly has reported that Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19 will debut this season with a crossover event followed by a two-hour episode of Grey’s Anatomy.
— Greys Anatomy (@GreysABC) September 18, 2020
With the previous season’s storyline cut short, not much is known about how this season’s events will proceed. Dr. Andrew DeLuca’s declining mental health and Dr. Richard Webber’s recovery are likely to be a staple, but everything is up in the air. Executive producer Krista Vernoff has confirmed that COVID-19 will be addressed in the upcoming season.
We can’t wait to see how Grey’s Anatomy kicks off its seventeenth season. The crossover event will premiere November 12 on ABC at 8 p.m. ET/PT, followed by Grey’s Anatomy‘s two-hour season premiere.