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'Grey's Anatomy' & 'Station 19' Get New Posters & Trailers for Upcoming Seasons!

Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19 are returning in November with a crossover event and ABC is teasing the premiere episodes with new posters and trailers!

Station 19‘s fourth season will premiere on Thursday, November 12 at 8/7c followed by the two-hour season 17 premiere of Grey’s Anatomy at 9/8c.

Both of the shows were created by Shonda Rhimes and there have been several crossover episodes in the past.

Grey’s Anatomy, which is the longest-running primetime medical drama ever, stars Ellen Pompeo while Station 19, which follows a group of heroic Seattle firefighters as they put their lives and hearts on the line, stars Jaina Lee Ortiz.

ARE YOU EXCITED for the returns of these ABC shows?

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Ellen Pompeo Shares First Pic From 'Grey's Anatomy' Season 17; Dedicates The Season To Frontline Healthcare Workers

Ellen Pompeo has shared the first pic from the set of Grey’s Anatomy season 17.

The 51-year-old actress, who has played Dr. Meredith Grey for all of those seasons, shared a snap of her and co-star Richard Flood in PPE on the set.

“First time back in my scrubs… since we shut down filming 7000 healthcare workers have died from Covid,” Ellen captioned the shot.

She added, “I dedicate my season 17 to all who have fallen and to everyone of you who by the grace of God is still standing… this season is for you with humility and a bit of humor to get us through and endless amounts of gratitude.”

“I hope we do you proud 🙏🏼❤️ @greysabc #seasonseventeen @richardfloodofficial.”

Earlier in the year, after Grey’s had shut down production and the pandemic had worsened in the United States, Ellen shared her many thanks to the real medical professionals who were on the front lines.

“This is my nurses and doctors and all the health-care workers appreciation post,” Ellen had written. “Many of us have the privilege to self-quarantine and isolate and try to stay healthy, and none of you have that privilege. You all have to be on the front lines of this thing and what is certainly bad now but will most definitely get worse in the next couple of weeks.”

The cast of Grey’s also came together for a tribute video for front line responders. Watch that here…

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Ellen Pompeo Reveals Her New Favorite Couple on 'Grey's Anatomy'

Ellen Pompeo held a fun fan question and answer session on her Twitter account this afternoon, where she revealed she has a new favorite couple on Grey’s Anatomy.

After the first table read for the upcoming season, fans reached out to the 51-year-old actress about what they could expect from the new episodes, where she shared that one couple is standing out among the rest.

“Yes I have a new favorite couple,” she tweeted. “Not sure what you’ll call them…but they are adorable you guys can have fun guessing who!!”

One fan guessed that it was Maggie (Kelly McCreary) and her boyfriend Winston (Anthony Hill), which Ellen confirmed with a follow up “ding ding ding!” tweet.

“You guys… you have no idea how adorable they are,” she added.

If you don’t know, Maggie was previously Winston’s boss before she moved to Seattle. They reunited at a medical conference in season 16, where the romance between them started.

Check out the tweets below!

Production on season 17 of the hit ABC drama is set to start this month and the pandemic will also be part of the storylines.

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'Grey's Anatomy' Will Start Up Production on Season 17 in September

Grey’s Anatomy is getting back to work.

According to Variety, the long-running medical drama is set to kick off production on the upcoming 17th season in September.

Production for the first two episodes of the new season might began as early as next week in Los Angeles, the site says. However, it’s still a mystery when Grey’s Anatomy will debut in the fall, as it was left off the schedule for the time being.

Grey’s was one of many television productions that shut down ahead of filming their season finales in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Star Giacomo Gianniotti just recently revealed that the pandemic will play a part in the upcoming season. See more of what he said here…

Ellen Pompeo Talks About Watching Herself Age on 'Grey's Anatomy'

Ellen Pompeo is opening up about her 15 years on Grey’s Anatomy and what it has been like to watch herself age on the show.

The 50-year-old actress is the latest guest on Dax Shepard‘s Armchair Expert podcast and she opened up about heading into season 17 of the medical drama series.

Ellen said that watching herself age “from 33 to 50 on screen [is] not so fun.”

“You really see [the difference] because I’m in the same clothes [playing] the same character. So the way I see myself aging — it’s a motherf–ker,” she added (via TV Line).

Ellen also discussed how long she thinks she’ll remain on the show.

“I do not want to be the grapes dying on the vine,” she said. “Certainly, to dip out sooner rather than later at this point… [and] leave while the show is still on top is definitely a goal. I’m not trying to stay on the show forever. No way. If I get too aggravated and am no longer grateful there, I should not be there.”

Ellen reunited with one of her Grey’s co-stars over the summer for a hike and we have all of the photos!

When 'Grey's Anatomy' Returns, It Will Be a Month & A Half Into Coronavirus, Giacomo Gianniotti Says

Giacomo Gianniotti has opened up about the upcoming season of Grey’s Anatomy and revealed just how the show is incorporating their coronavirus storyline.

The showrunner confirmed earlier last month that the series would indeed tackle the pandemic in the new season.

“There’s no way to be a long-running medical show and not do the medical story of our lifetimes,” Krista Vernoff shared at the time.

Now, Giacomo is expanding on that and revealed to fans that when the season starts, Grey Sloan will be a month in a half into the pandemic.

“It’s going to take place a little beyond where we left off in the last season,” Giacomo added. “We might have some flashbacks. We might have some things where we’re referencing last season, just to have context leading up. But we are going to have a little leap when we start this season in terms of time. We’re not picking up right where we left off.”

If you missed it, the series just upped two cast members to series regulars.

Three 'Grey's Anatomy' Stars Just Signed On for Three More Seasons!

Grey’s Anatomy fans can seemingly expect the show to remain on the air for several more years because three of the series regulars just signed on for three more seasons!

Kim Raver, Kevin McKidd, and Camilla Luddington all signed new contracts to appear in three more seasons of the hit ABC series and Deadline reports that they’ll get “significant salary bumps.”

The three seasons including the upcoming season 17.

Ellen Pompeo‘s current contract will expire at the end of season 17 and she’s reportedly in the middle of negotiating a new two-year deal!

ABC Entertainment President Karey Burke said last month, “I’m hopeful that Grey’s Anatomy stays a part of our schedule. They certainly know that we’d like it to be part of our schedule for as long as they are interested in making more episodes.”

Burke has also said that Grey’s Anatomy will remain on the air for as long as Ellen will do the show!