Grey’s Anatomy fans, it’s time to get excited! The fifteenth season of the medical drama premiered on October 8, 2017, and while the show has already been renewed for a sixteenth season, it’s not expected to return until fall of 2018 at the earliest. That leaves plenty of time to gear up with everything we know so far about Grey’s Anatomy season 19 and prepare your binge-watching schedule accordingly! So grab your scrubs and let’s get started! Grey’s Anatomy Season 19: Everything We Know So Far

Who are the new doctors joining Grey’s Anatomy this fall?

The nineteenth season of Grey’s Anatomy will feature several new faces and a few familiar ones. In addition to one of its own stars, Kate Walsh, returning for her first full-time stint since 2012, Ellen Pompeo will be joined by three brand new doctors. Alexis Floyd, played by Adelaide Kane from Reign; Anthony Hill, who is set to make his debut as Dr.

Who left the show this past year?

It’s not just fans who will be left in tears when Grey’s Anatomy season 18 comes to an end; several actors are also leaving Seattle Grace Mercy West. The exits began with Jason George, who played Richard Webber for 10 years on the show. He is followed by Jessica Capshaw, who plays Arizona Robbins. Also leaving is Sarah Drew, who portrays April Kepner. In early June of 2022, it was announced that Kim Raver would depart as Dr.

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What can we expect from each character?

The nineteenth season of Grey’s Anatomy premiered on October 6, 2022. The season will consist of 24 episodes, and will be executive produced by Krista Vernoff, who also serves as showrunner. Debbie Allen will return to direct, once again, in addition to Meredith Eaton directing her first episode of television. Jaicy Elliot and Scott Speedman both joined the cast as recurring characters for multiple episodes; Terho Niko and Midori Francis were cast as recurring characters for one episode each.

Grey's Anatomy Season 19: Everything We Know So Far
Grey’s Anatomy Season 19: Everything We Know So Far

When will Shondaland shows like How to Get Away with Murder, Scandal, and For the People premiere in 2019?

Grey’s Anatomy ended its eighteenth season with Derek (Patrick Dempsey) and Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) coming to terms with his imminent departure from Seattle. And according to Camilla Luddington, who plays Jo, her character will remain at Grey Sloan Memorial for some time in order to support Meredith. Jo’s still around. I think she was there because of Maggie leaving, so I think she’ll probably stay there a little bit longer just to be that person that Mer can lean on when she needs it. I don’t know how long that is going to be. It could be a while or it could be not very long at all. But I do know that they have said that Jo is staying there for a little bit longer so we’ll see what happens after that!

A Timeline of Every Major Character’s Life on Grey’s Anatomy

The nineteenth season of Grey’s Anatomy, which is slated to premiere on September 24, will be a big one for star Ellen Pompeo. She recently renewed her contract with ABC for two more seasons—season 20 and season 21—making her Grey’s’ first ever series regular. This means that, for only the second time in its long run (the first being Chandra Wilson), viewers won’t see a major character leave Grey’s mid-season.

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Grey’s Anatomy Season 19: Everything We Know So Far

A timeline of what every character has been up to since we last saw them

When we last saw them, Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) had finally told her sister, Maggie (Kelly McCreary), that she and Nathan Riggs (Martin Henderson) were together. Alex Karev (Justin Chambers) was trying to figure out what Shonda Rhimes’ trick-or-treat costume was. Meredith Grey delivered Zola back to Arizona Robbins (Jessica Capshaw), but only after they agreed they’d both make sacrifices for their relationship.

What time is Grey’s Anatomy returning this fall?

On January 11, 2019, ABC officially announced that it had renewed Grey’s Anatomy for its nineteenth season. The new season will premiere on Thursday, October 6, 2022 at 8 p.m. ET/PT with a two-hour episode that serves as both a launch of Grey’s Anatomy’s nineteenth season and a crossover event with Shonda Rhimes’ other shows How to Get Away with Murder and Station 19.

Main cast

The main cast of Grey’s Anatomy includes Ellen Pompeo as Meredith Grey, Justin Chambers as Alex Karev, Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey, James Pickens Jr. as Richard Webber, Sara Ramirez as Callie Torres and Jessica Capshaw as Arizona Robbins. Caterina Scorsone joins in season 19.[1] Other cast members include Kevin McKidd, Jesse Williams and Kelly McCreary. Former main cast members Isaiah Washington and Sandra Oh departed at seasons 7 and 9 respectively. In August 2018, it was announced that former main cast member Kim Raver would be returning for a guest appearance during season 19. In January 2019, it was reported that Kim Raver would be promoted to series regular for season 20.

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Promotional trailer

The nineteenth season of Grey’s Anatomy premiered on October 6, 2022. It was announced on January 10, 2022. Krista Vernoff will return as executive producer and showrunner. The season aired in its regular time slot, ABC renewed Grey’s Anatomy for a nineteenth season consisting of 24 episodes. In July 2022, it was confirmed that Ellen Pompeo had signed a new two-year contract with ABC Studios. In August 2022, it was reported that Kim Raver would reprise her role as Teddy Altman. On September 2, 2023, it was confirmed that Giacomo Gianniotti would be returning to his role of Andrew DeLuca after previously being absent since March 2023 due to conflicting filming schedules with another project he had been cast in by CBS Studios.

Grey's Anatomy Season 19: Everything We Know So Far
Grey’s Anatomy Season 19: Everything We Know So Far

Cast additions

Niko Terho (Terra Nova), Harry Shum Jr. (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny), Chris Carmack (Nashville) and Jake Borelli (The Originals) have been added to Grey’s roster for season 19. I’m especially stoked about Shum—I loved his performance on CTHD, and I really want him to find a long-term role again on TV! Cast departures : Ellen Pompeo confirmed that Kevin McKidd would not be returning as Owen Hunt in season 19. He won’t be back full time, but he will pop in here and there, she told EW . It was hard because we love Kevin so much. He has three kids and lives in Scotland now, so we were only able to get him for two days last year.

Other news

Harry Shum Jr will be joining Grey’s Anatomy in an upcoming season 19 episode. According to Entertainment Weekly, ABC confirmed that Shum is playing a doctor at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital named Andrew DeLuca. He’ll be working with Maggie Pierce, who is played by Kelly McCreary, and Jackson Avery, played by Jesse Williams. The actor is known for his roles on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Faking It, and Hawaii Five-0. Details about Season 19 of Grey’s Anatomy have been kept tightly under wraps so far — but now we know when it’ll premiere! The long-running medical drama returns for its next installment on Thursday, October 6th at 8/7c on ABC.

Grey’s Anatomy Season 19: Everything We Know So Far

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