While finding out a hefty amount of details about the upcoming “Grey’s Anatomy” season 10 premiere is a pretty tall order (mostly because Shonda Rhimes seemingly has her writers room protected by some of “Scandal’s” gladiators), we do at least have a little bit more news when it comes to what is going to be coming up on the ABC titan.
According to a new report from TVLine, the show’s first episode back is going to feature a major dose of firefighters; whether that means that they are going to be helping the Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital or coming in with serious injuries from elsewhere remains to be seen. There are also a number of characters being cast for two episodes, which does lead us to ask the following question: Are we looking at a two-hour premiere?
If we had our say on the matter, we’d love to see it happen for a couple of reasons. For one, it accelerates the story into high gear, and sets the tone for the episodes ahead rather than having to focus much of episode 2 on such things as exposition. Not only that, but it could also mean that we have one less week of “Scandal” repeats during the season.
What do you think: Could a two-hour “Grey’s Anatomy” premiere work, especially since it would mean good things for the “Scandal” season, as well? If you want to know what character is likely to be limited on this season thanks to some other work, just be sure to visit the link here.