We have the chills! I mean, can you blame us? We've been watching Grey's Anatomy since 2005! The Season 15 (yes, this show has been on for that long) trailer was released on Monday, Sept. 10, and let's just say there was whole lot going on in the 30-second clip.
For starters, the trailer reminded us that on Thursday, Sept. 27, we will be #blessed with the two-hour season premiere starting at 8 p.m. on ABC. Then, the beginning of the video showed clips from previous seasons (boy do we miss Dr. Cristina Yang and Dr. Derek Shepherd).
Then came the really handsome new doctors (or "Ortho Gods," as they call themselves) played by Chris Carmack and Alex Landi. We're not going to lie, we were overdue for some eye candy at Grey Sloan Memorial since Derek's (spoiler alert) tragic death in Season 11.
We also get to see Dr. Teddy Altman (played by Kim Raver) reveal she's 11 weeks pregnant to someone at the hospital. Do you think it's Dr. Owen Hunt (played by Kevin McKidd), who recently seemingly reconciled his relationship with ex-wife Dr. Amelia Shepherd (played by Caterina Scorsone)?
The clip concluded with "one jaw dropping twist" and that it is. Fans got to see Dr. Meredith Grey (played by Ellen Pompeo) and Dr. Andrew Deluca (played by Giacomo Gianniotti) making out in bed! Yes, you read that right. Apparently Meredith and Andrew will be getting cozy during this upcoming season, and honestly, we think it's a perfect match.
For now, we're just savoring any drama or new love stories we can get considering Ellen recently hinted the end of Grey's is near. "We’re getting there. Shonda and I will make that decision together," she told Us Weekly of the show that's been on for 13 years. "I think that one of the biggest lessons that this show has taught me and being on this show for so long has taught me, is that relationships do change. And they do grow. They take work. Like any marriage, friendship. You gotta put in the work. You have to accept other people’s flaws, and accept your own flaws and try to change and be a better person. But I think everything is worth the time and effort. And things get better." We hope the medical drama never goes off the air — especially after what looks to be an amazing season!
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