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The Big Picture
- Grey’s Anatomy fans can mark their calendars as the medical drama returns on March 14, promising more unpredictable doctor antics and the potential comeback of Meredith Grey.
- Abbott Elementary, the successful comedy hindered by the strikes, will premiere new episodes on February 27 with a special hour-long episode. Expect high expectations and continued success for the show’s third season.
- As audiences head back to the hospital and school, they can anticipate more drama and laughter from Grey’s Anatomy and Abbott Elementary, respectively, after being temporarily affected by the strikes.
It’s time to head back to the hospital, as ABC has announced midseason return dates for some of its biggest hits, including the ongoing drama featuring an unpredictable group of doctors called Grey’s Anatomy. Starting on March 14, audiences will be able to head back to the series currently led by Dr. Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) and the rumored return of Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo). There was a lot of drama at stake the last time the show was on the air, which its schedule briefly affected by the strikes organized by the Writers Guild of America and SAG-AFTRA.
In addition to the doctors of Grey’s Anatomy coming back for more shifts, Abbott Elementary is scheduled to premiere new episodes on February 27. After not being able of telling more stories on the screen because of the strike, the third season of the successful comedy will start with a special, hour-long episode. Quinta Brunson will return as Janine Teagues, a second-grade teacher trying to make her students’ life a little bit better, while attempting to manage her own. Given the incredible success the show received with over the past couple of years, there are high expectations for its triumphal return.