Gone are the days of waiting a whole week to see what happens next after your favorite TV drama’s cliff-hanging episode. Fans are in for a treat because the first 15 seasons of Grey’s Anatomy is coming to Netflix on Aug. 25. While you could already find Grey’s on the site, only a few seasons are available for streaming at the moment.
The US medical drama just wrapped up its 16th season after airing episode 21 on April 9 as the season finale that left fans asking questions (don’t worry, I’m not going to spoil anything). While it was reported that the drama was supposed to have four more episodes and a 17th season released this year, the show’s network ABC Entertainment had to shut down production earlier in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Grey’s Anatomy is about the personal and professional lives of the medical staff at the fictional Seattle Grace Hospital. The show’s title is a pun on the name of its central protagonist Meredith Grey (played by Ellen Pompeo) and the medical textbook “Gray’s Anatomy.” With the field of medicine as one of its core elements, the plot mainly revolves around the struggles of the doctors’ career paths and the relationships between the characters.
While it’s uncertain whether the drama will be back in production soon, fans can soon relive their favorite episodes and catch up with the doctors of Seattle Grace starting with the first episode that dropped in 2005. Get ready to sit through all that McDreamy drama again.
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