Grey’s Anatomy review: Emotional Rollercoaster

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What started in 2005 is still taking the world by storm. The ABC network’s hit show Grey’s Anatomy is on its 13th season after being on air for over 11 years. Grey’s was just renewed for a 14th season, and will continue to air.

The show features a small group of doctors who start as interns at Seattle Grace Hospital, to train to become the ultimate goal of attendings. Sadly throughout the show, many doctors die and leave, so several don’t make it to the end. The main group of interns are Meredith Grey, Alex Karev, Izzie Stevens, George O’Malley, and Christina Yang.

Many fans have loved this show since the first episode. The creator, Shonda Rhimes, plots the show full of lots of twists and turns. From finding long lost siblings, to weddings and funerals, this show has it all. The audience gets very emotionally attached to the cast, and it makes it a very hard show to watch. Even though it’s a great show to watch, it will make you really emotional.

Several tragedies  happen throughout the series, which results in many new characters always coming in and out of the show. It is kind of hard to keep up with everything that is going on in the show, because of this.

Even though Grey’s Anatomy is an emotional roller coaster, it is so worth the ride. The thrilling 13 seasons will bring you joy, laughter, and sadness. It is such a creative show, and the creators make it so that it is never boring. I have rewatched the series three times and counting, and each time I watch it I find something new that I never noticed before.

If you haven’t watched the show, do not look anything up online about the show. There are spoilers everywhere, even if you aren’t trying to find them, especially on social media.

Grey’s is very time consuming. There is anywhere from nine to 26 episodes in a season. Each episode runs for an hour, and airs once a week. If you aren’t watching it live, you can watch it on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, or other services.

One of the only negative things I have to say about this show is the repetitiveness. With this many seasons there is bound to be certain things that are the same as past episodes. However, sometimes it feels like the exact same thing has happened before. This often makes the show feel longer than it is.

All in all, I highly recommend this show to everyone. A thrilling, surprising, jaw dropping show that will keep you on the edge of your seat. You will never be bored while watching Grey’s with all the suspense and drama happening at all times. It is one of the best shows I have ever watched. If you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend you start it!

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