Grey’s Anatomy 17×16: Meredith can’t get back to work (promo)


The 17th season of Grey’s Anatomy remains exciting. Now that Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) is recovering from Covid-19, already out of the hospital, other conflicts come to the Gray Sloan Memorial Hospital.

For that reason, ABC has already released an unreleased preview for the 17×16 episode, titled “I’m Still Standing”.

As the video announces, Bailey (Chandra Wilson) will try to persuade the lead surgeon to go back to work, but the two have the small beginnings of an argument, in which Meredith argues that she still can’t support herself on her feet.

Those who follow the series know that the character faced delicate moments while she was hospitalized for complications caused by the coronavirus disease. However, it was from that moment on that she was reunited with several people on a paradisiacal beach.

It is worth noting that the ABC medical series is about to conclude its 17th year, considering that, after the airing of next week’s episode, there will only be one left to air, on June 3rd.

Check out the full preview released by the broadcaster:

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While the Meredith Gray saga is quite important for next week’s 17×16 episode, viewers will still follow the doctors’ union to save a premature baby. Little Luna will awaken some deep feelings in Jo (Camilla Luddington), who may begin to re-evaluate the surgical area change.

In addition, the character will also have an interesting arc in development with Lincoln (Chris Carmack) and Hayes (Richard Flood). Obviously, other Gray Sloan doctors will have their respective responsibilities covered in the new episode, which will make fans even more curious about what’s to come.

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So, stay tuned and be sure to check out all the details of this series! Grey’s Anatomy airs a new episode on May 27, next Thursday, on ABC.

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