Wait, just how long has Grey's Anatomy been on-air?!
Years after the premiere, fans are still obsessed with Dr. Meredith Grey and the other surgeons at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital — and we can't blame them!
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From a ferry boat crash and hospital shooting to a plane crash and countless natural disasters, the Seattle-based doctors have been through so much and, sadly, we've even lost a few of our favorite characters along the way.
Have more burning questions about the hit medical drama? Scroll down to see more facts about the show!
Grey's is currently in its 13th season! The show first premiered on ABC on March 27, 2005, and has been going strong ever since.
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To a new year with love, laughter and all the feels! Happy New Year! ❤️ #GreysAnatomy
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Yes! In early February, ABC announced Grey's will return for a 14th season. "Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away with Murder continue to keep viewers on the edge of their seats and wanting more. I'm thrilled to bring back these shows and the OMG moments that come with them," ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey said in a statement.
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Hopefully not! In a recent interview, ABC exec Dungey revealed she's optimistic that Grey's Anatomy will have many, many more episodes in the future. She additionally confessed she'd love to beat out their rival series, ER, which previously ran for 15 seasons.
“That’d be lovely," Dungey said. I’ll take even more! Honestly, I think that the show is going to continue as long as [the show's writer Shonda Rhimes] and the gang have a creative passion for telling those stories. At the moment, it feels like we’re full steam ahead.”
Yes! In September 2007, main Grey's character Dr. Addison Montgomery got her own series, Private Practice. The show followed Addison's move from Seattle to LA to join a private medical practice run by her friends, Naomi and Sam Bennett.
Sadly, Private Practice concluded after six seasons on ABC in January 2013.
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Yes! Earlier this month, rumors swirled that Grey's Anatomy was leaving Netflix, but thankfully, the show will remain on the streaming service in the near future. The medical drama currently has 12 seasons on Netflix and Season 13 is expected to be added to the site this summer.
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It seems so! Unfortunately, actress Jerrika Hinton (aka Dr. Stephanie Edwards) is rumored to be exiting the show after Season 13. News also recently broke that former Glee star Matthew Morrison has joined Grey's to possibly play Dr. Jo Wilson's abusive husband.
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