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Grey’s Anatomy NOT in its Final Season
We’ve been wondering for weeks if Grey’s Anatomy’s upcoming eighth season would also be the final season and like a voice booming from heaven we’ve been told that will not be so. These (clearly) misguided thoughts stemmed from series star Ellen Pompeo questioning whether or not she’d be around after Season 8. Showrunner Shonda Rhimes couldn’t give a straight answer at first if this meant the show would end without Pompeo, but that uncertainty has ended. Rhimes took to her Twitter and said “Just for the record: This is not the last season of GA. Definitely. Not.”
Where did the change of heart come from Shonda? We still don’t know if Pompeo will be back after Season 8, and Patrick Dempsey has voiced that he will not come back for a ninth season. On a separate occasion, Dempsey said he could see character returning as a stay at home dad. Despite Rhimes’ assurance of the show’s future, it still feels pretty rocky to me. This doesn’t have a very officially quality to it and I’m wondering what the actors are thinking about this. They’ve said that a lot of the show’s future depends on Rhimes so does this mean they’ll instantly be on board?
At this point, I still feel that show has had a very good run. Eight seasons is way more than most shows can claim to have lasted for. I say bow out gracefully while they can and not drag this out longer than necessary. But it is oh so rare for anyone in television to let something end organically.