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Patrick Dempsey Wins Hardest 'Grey's Anatomy' Death to Watch in Just Jared's Fan Poll!

Last week, we at Just Jared put up a poll to ask fans: Which Grey’s Anatomy death was hardest to watch?

The poll is now closed, and the fans have spoken: They voted Dr. Derek Shepherd (Patrick Dempsey) as the winner!

Patrick secured 2,262 (36 percent) of the votes.

Coming in at second place was Dr. Lexie Grey (Chyler Leigh), who earned 1,684 (27 percent) of the votes. Denny Duquette (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) came in third with 1,006 (16 percent).

Thanks to everyone who voted! Check out the full results of the poll here if you missed it.

Which 'Grey's Anatomy' Death Was Hardest to Watch? Vote Now!

UPDATE on 5/28: This poll is now closed! Congrats to Dr. Derek Shepherd (Patrick Dempsey) on winning the fan vote!! Dr. Lexie Grey (Chyler Leigh) came in second place, and Denny Duquette (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) came in third place. Thank you to the fans for voting!

(SPOILER ALERT – Do not continue reading if you don’t want to know which characters have died throughout seasons one to 15 of Grey’s Anatomy, or if you don’t want to know what happens in the season 15 finale episode!)

While Grey’s Anatomy is full of romantic storylines and intriguing medical phenomena, it also has its fair share of heartbreak.

POLL: See who won the title of hottest Grey’s Anatomy guy in Just Jared‘s fan poll!

Specifically, the hit ABC series has killed off some of our favorite characters in some pretty tragic ways, and we may not ever fully recover.

While the season 15 finale episode didn’t actually feature any deaths, as some predicted, we’re still crossing our fingers for Dr. Jackson Avery (Jesse Williams).

While we eagerly await season 16, we wanted to open the question up to the fans and see… which Grey’s Anatomy death has been the most difficult for YOU to watch?

We’ve compiled a list of some all-time fan favorites below. Vote now!

This poll has unlimited voting, so you can cast as many votes as you’d like. We’ll be closing the poll on Tuesday (May 28).

Season 16 of Grey’s Anatomy returns this fall on ABC.

'Grey's Anatomy' Showrunner Talks Season Finale Cliffhanger

SPOILER ALERT – This post contains major spoilers from the Grey’s Anatomy season finale, so continue reading at your own risk.

The finale episode of season 15 of Grey’s Anatomy has left us on the edge of our seats!

After the finale, showrunner Krista Vernoff opened up about leaving the season on a cliffhanger – and to say that she hopes people will be talking about the finale all summer long.

It was a creative decision. It was a cliffhanger,” Krista shared with Hollywood Reporter. “I want people to come back [in the fall] and talk all summer and wonder what happens to him. We have not mapped it out. The writers come back June 3, I’m on vacation for two weeks and then we’ll hit it. What I love about act six of our finale is we gave ourselves so much to play with for next season on all the storylines.”

Grey’s Anatomy was recently renewed for a record-breaking 16th and 17th season.

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ABC Renews 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'How to Get Away With Murder' & 'Station 19'!

Good news for fans of Grey’s Anatomy, How To Get Away With Murder and Station 19: the shows are all coming back!

ABC is renewing all three of the popular shows, the network confirmed on Friday (May 10).

Grey’s Anatomy will be renewed for a record-breaking 16th and 17th season, while Murder returns for a sixth season and Station 19 comes back with a third season.

Executive producer and showrunner Krista Vernoff will helm both Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19.

“I’m thrilled to continue at the helm of Grey’s Anatomy, and I’m honored and energized by the opportunity to run Station 19, as well. To expand upon the world Stacy McKee created, and further merge it with the world of Grey’s, is an exciting challenge,” she said.

“Everyone at Shondaland is thrilled that our fans’ commitment to TGIT continues. We are so proud of Krista and Pete and the work they do. Making the choice to have Krista oversee Station 19 was easy — the creativity she brings to the Grey’s Anatomy universe continues a tradition of storytelling we hold dear,” said Shonda Rhimes and producing partner Betsy Beers.

Sandra Oh Reveals If She'll Ever Return to 'Grey's Anatomy'

Sandra Oh is done with Grey’s Anatomy forever.

The 47-year-old Golden Globe winning actress revealed at the season two premiere of her show Killing Eve that she has no plans on ever returning to the medical drama – not even for a cameo.

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“I just got to tell you, creatively you have moved on and while I know, and I deeply appreciate it, because I can feel it from the fans how much they love Cristina and that the show also still keeps Cristina alive, for me, [Killing Eve] is my home now,” Sandra shared with Extra. “This is where I am.”

Sandra starred as Dr. Christina Yang on Grey’s for 10 seasons before leaving in 2014.

“I am Eve and that’s where I plan to stay as long as the show will have me,” Sandra added. “And that’s really where I want to be.”

The first episode of Season 2 of Killing Eve premieres on Sunday (April 7) at 8 p.m. ET on AMC and BBC America.

Rob Lowe Says He Turned Down Playing McDreamy on 'Grey's Anatomy'

Rob Lowe made a big reveal on a recent episode of “WTF With Marc Maron” – he was originally offered the role of McDreamy – aka Dr. Derek Shepherd – on Grey’s Anatomy.

“Dude, I turned down Grey’s Anatomy … to play McDreamy,” Rob said on the podcast. “That probably cost me $70 million dollars! But at the end of the day, I watched it when it came out, and when they started calling the handsome doctor ‘McDreamy,’ I said, ‘Yeah, that’s not for me.’”

The role was, of course, played by Patrick Dempsey for 10 seasons from 2005 to 2015.