Will all the alumni leave Grey's Anatomy at the end of season 20?

Will all the alumni leave Grey's Anatomy at the end of season 20?

ALL Seattle alumni will be without a contract in a few weeks. So will they be renewed for season 21?

The loyalty and love of fans Grey's Anatomy propelled us into a historic 21st season, and I am beyond grateful.”. Shonda Rhimes can rejoice. His medical series is still breathing. It has just been renewed for another year. Which means that ABC will have to negotiate new contracts.

Indeed, Deadline reports that the contracts of virtually all actors in Grey's Anatomy will end at the end of the current season 20. A large group including the last survivors of the show will enter into discussions with production. The last two histories from season 1, Chandra Wilson (Bailey) and James Pickens Jr. (Richard), are one of them. As Kevin McKidd (Owen), Kim Raver (Teddy), Camilla Luddington (Jo) and Caterina Scorsone (Amelia).

A priori, for the first two, there is not much to worry about: Chandra Wilson is also co-executive producer, is almost certain to return for a tourr: “I challenge myself to be there until the very last episode, the very last day, the very last scene“, she said in People magazine a year ago. James Pickens Jr. also absolutely wants to stay: “They’ll probably have to take me out in a wheelchair.” he joked in Entertainment Tonight in 2023.

For the other four, the deal looks more complicated. Owen and TeddyKevin McKidd And Kim Raver) are now married and after the surgeon's near death last year, they both live with their traumas. They might need to get some fresh air elsewhere. Jo (Camilla Luddington) has finally found happiness with Link (Chris Carmack) and it does not suit Grey's Anatomy. Either she will leave for a happy ending, or the couple will explode. Finally, Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) works in secret to cure Alzheimer's disease with her sister-in-law Meredith (Ellen Pompeo). She could perfectly do it off-screen, which Mer has already been doing for a year, after Ellen Pompeo stopped being a regular cast member and appeared only from time to time as a guest star.

For its season 21, Grey's Anatomy could therefore face a (still hypothetical) mass exodus, which would also allow the medical drama to concentrate fully on the new surgeon class, which production has been trying as best it can to impose for 5 or 6 years.

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