It’s official – ABC drama Grey’s Anatomy finally reports back to television on September 25, 9:00/ET with a two hour premiere, a few new romances, a few new diagnosis for love and according to show creator Shonda Rhimes, it seems Izzie (Katherine Heigl) doesn’t have a brain tumor after all. I’m glad we can finally put that one to rest!
Check out the trailer for the new season over at DailyMotion.com
Recently, Rhimes spilled a few secrets about the show, among them the living arrangements of McDreamy and Meredith (Patrick Dempsey and Ellen Pompeo), who are now co-habitating, but won’t say exactly where they make their home or if they’ll ever live happily ever after.
“The first three episodes start the dynamic of where we are all going,” Rhimes told TV Guide. “Meredith is trusting him and moving forward cautiously, and Derek is waiting there, saying, ‘I’m here to support you.'”
Rumor is that many new medical stories this season may involve couples whose relationships may shed light on that of Meredith and Derek.
And what of Izzie? Now that she’s tumor free, it seems she and Alex (Justin Chambers) may spend Season 5 creating a few sparks and getting hot and heavy – at least here and there, anyway. Could we also see an appearance by the daughter that Izzie gave up for adoption when she was a teen? Is it possible that Izzie wants her baby back?
Also look for Chief Webber (James Pickens, Jr.) to try his best to whip everything back into shape after the hospital begins to slip in the national rankings, while Mark Sloan (Eric Dane) could finally meet his romantic match much sooner than later.
Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh) will move past ex-fiancé Preston Burke (Isaiah Washington) and will find love again.
In a recent interview with Michael Ausiello, Brooke Smith (who plays Dr. Erica Hahn) revealed that Seattle Grace will succumb to “continuing gay panic” in the season opener, thanks to that Erica/Callie lip lock from last season. Smith also revealed that something is bound to happen between both Erica and Callie (played by Sara Ramirez), while at the same time admitting to being a “little nervous” that NBC stays on course about the lesbian relationship and doesn’t pull it from the show – at least before it gets some serious air time.
Check out the interview over at EW.com.
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