While “Grey’s Anatomy” will begin its eighteenth season at the start of the next school year, ABC has just revealed that a new spin-off of the longest-running medical series on American television is currently in preparation.
In recent weeks, and especially since the departure of Jesse Williams, rumors about a new spin-off from Grey’s Anatomy have been rife. And it seems that this information is confirmed since Krista Vernoff, showrunneuse, and ABC are working on a new series derived from the universe of the famous medical series.
Created by Shonda Rhimes and launched in 2005, Grey’s Anatomy has already had two successful spin-offs in its 17 years of existence. The first, Private Practice, aired between 2007 and 2013, followed the adventures of Addison Montgomery (Kate Walsh) in her new life in California.
The second, Station 19, season 4 of which is currently being broadcast across the Atlantic, focuses on a group of Seattle firefighters.
“Krista and her team are brainstorming what it might look like. They are working on themes and I can’t wait, when we find the right topic, to introduce the next phase of Grey’s Anatomy.”, Declared Jonnie Davis, president of ABC Signature, to the American site Deadline.
“We are going to create the next series which will also last 18 years. We’re working on it right now, and there are no better brains to do it than Krista and Shonda’s.”
For now, we do not yet know what theme will be able to tackle this new derivative series, although many fans have wondered if it could not follow the adventures of Jackson and April (Sarah Drew) in their new life. in Boston.
Asked about this by TVLine, Jesse Williams replied that he was not really sure that this would happen. “It would be a really interesting spin-off, with talented actors, in a universe, fairness in the world of medicine, that isn’t really reflected on TV. There is real potential. I don’t mind considering it. But we will see. We will see. ”
To be continued …