For all the fans who were left disappointed after Grey’s Anatomy Season 16 was cut short, Krista Vernoff has some good news for you.
Grey’s Anatomy Season 16 left many fans and cast members disappointed, but producer Krista Vernoff knows exactly how to lift up their spirits. The executive producer of Grey’s Anatomy, Krista Vernoff was herself disappointed after the last four episodes of Season 16 did not get a chance to get filmed. Now, she has given a green light to Grey’s Anatomy Season 17!
- Grey’s Anatomy Season 16 was cut short due to the ongoing pandemic.
- The last four episodes of the 16th season could not be filmed.
- Krista Vernoff has given a green light to Grey’s Anatomy Season 17.
After season 16 of Grey’s anatomy was cut short, the makers decided to make episode 21 it’s last. This episode aired on April 19 but fans were disappointed after knowing what they had missed.
Well, fret not, Krista Vernoff has some good piece of news for you!
Krista Vernoff Gives A Green Light To Grey’s Anatomy Season 17
The executive producer of Grey’s Anatomy, Krista Vernoff spoke to TVLine as she revealed her plans for season 17. “I’m going to start up the writers’ room in May, but it’s going to be a ‘Zoom room’.”
Furthermore, she revealed that under normal conditions (without COVID-19 outbreak), the cast and crew would start shooting in July. But now that the pandemic is still spreading, they may have to wait.
“The hope is that we will be able to start production when we usually do, which is in July. But we have to wait and see how this thing plays out, obviously.”
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