Finally, some real scoop on “Grey’s Anatomy” season 10, and we’re going to start off here with what seemed to be the inevitable: Meredith is going to be fine following the difficult circumstances surrounding her child’s birth. Not only that, but we’re still willing to bet that the kid turns out to be fine, as well. (What happens to Chief Webber, meanwhile, is a completely different story.)
Speaking to TVLine, consulting producer Dan Bucatinsky, who you may know more for his “Scandal” role these days, gave the following quote when trying to describe the situation that Meredith is going through when the show picks back up with a whopping two-hour episode on Thursday, September 26:
“She had a rough birth. We’re going to see them in the hospital together and juggling their roles in a major way.”
Also, Dan teased something that you may or may not be excited about which is the increased presence of interns this year, who are going to step more into their own after being listed as recurring parts during season 9:
“Also, we’re going to watch these new interns become part of the fabric of the hospital. That’s going to be part of what’s fun and fresh about this season. We’re going to get to know them better.”
We do think there is some strategy in this plan, given that we know Shonda Rhimes could at least consider keeping the show around longer than season 10, and given rising production costs and declining ratings, we assume that not every longtime cast member would be around for season 11. Some people would need to step in, but remember to take this all with somewhat of a grain of salt.
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