Shooting for 17th season of 'Grey's Anatomy' to begin in September

Shooting for 17th season of 'Grey's Anatomy' to begin in September”

Your worries are set to end. Variety has received word that the first two episodes of the famed medical drama could begin filming as early as next week.

In news to brighten 2020, Grey's Anatomy will begin shooting season 17 this month. In fact, season 16 was cut short by 4 episodes.

For now, the entire team is waiting it out for the pandemic to thaw, so it's still not clear when the episodes will go on-air.

Ellen Pompeo the only actress remaining in the show from the original casting returns for the 17 season.

As a factor in Season 17 storytelling, Vernoff said, "There's joy and fun to be had in people who are quarantining away from the hospital", especially for the docs who, to protect loved ones, crash elsewhere between shifts. The Goldbergs has returned to place with COVID-19 regulations set up.

The show will be going to address the coronavirus pandemic in its content as remarked by the executive producer of the show Krista Vernoff.

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TVLine has learned that ABC's top-rated medical drama, which saw work on its 16th season come to an abrupt halt last March due to COVID-19, is tentatively scheduled to begin production on Season 17 the week of September 7.

"There's no approach to be a long-running medical present and never do the medical story of our lifetimes", she stated.

The TV series had started airing in 2005. This year we have felt it more like therapy."he explained".

The series, which is the brain-child of Shona Rhimes, weaves the personal dynamics of doctors in medical emergency situations.

The upcoming season has been hyped for off-screen reasons too, with alum Sara Ramirez a.k.a. Dr. Callie Torres on the show, declaring her non-binary status on Instagram.

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