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Grey’s Anatomy Makes History With Renewal For Season 21

ABC announced that Grey’s Anatomy has been officially renewed for its landmark 21st season, solidifying its status as the longest-running primetime medical drama and ABC’s longest-running primetime scripted series.

Sharing the exciting news on Instagram, the show’s official page posted, “Push (twenty) one of epi! 😉 #GreysAnatomy will be coming back for another season on ABC!”

Creator Shonda Rhimes also took to Instagram to express her gratitude, posting a throwback photo of the cast celebrating their 250th episode in 2015. “To still be on your screens, in your living rooms, and in your hearts almost ten years later – words cannot express my gratitude,” she wrote.

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Camilla Luddington, who plays Jo Wilson, celebrated the milestone by sharing, “Next season.. we turn legal drinking age.. 😎🙏 #greysanatomy #season21.” Fellow cast member Caterina Scorsone, who portrays Amelia Shepherd, added, “So… this Baby is almost old enough for a medical internship. Crazy. Bananas. 🩻🩺🏥🚑⚕️💊💉❤️”

Chris Carmack, known as Dr. Atticus “Link” Lincoln, expressed his excitement in an Instagram Story video, thanking the cast, crew, and fans for their support. “Woohoo season 21, congratulations to the cast, crew, writers, producers, everybody involved and thank you to the fans who keep us coming back,” he said. “Can’t wait!”

Kim Raver shared her joy at returning for season 21, writing, “We are all so excited that #GreysAnatomy is renewed for Season 21!! ❤️✨❤️”

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Jake Borelli commemorated the renewal on social media, writing, “This one’s REAL! I swear 🤗 pinch meeee. I am so excited. Thank you, thank you, thank you ALL for continuing to watch this incredible show. Season TWENTY-ONE here we COME! ✨💛✨ #GreysAnatomy”

Ellen Pompeo, who stars as Dr. Meredith Grey, signed on for four episodes in the 20th season. Pompeo, also an executive producer, remains a vital part of the series, providing the opening and closing voiceover for each episode.

In a conversation with former Grey’s costar Katherine Heigl for Variety’s Actors on Actors series, Pompeo hinted at her character’s future, saying, “I will be making some appearances hopefully next year if I can find some time. It’s not a complete goodbye. And I think we’ve got an interesting story to tell.”

– Farheen Ali 

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