Grey’s Anatomy Spoilers Warning! Grey’s Anatomy Spoilers Warning!
Do not read any further or watch the teaser featured on this page until you’ve peeped the latest Grey’s Anatomy installment that aired on Thursday, October 24.
Okay? All good? Ready for a revealing look ahead?
Let’s do this…
On this episode of the beloved ABC drama, Meredith missed her court date, the one scheduled to address how she also missed community service in conjunction with her court-appointed sentence (as a result of committing insurance fraud).
Did she have a valid excuse?
Yes, her daughter was rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery.
But try telling that to the legal system.
When her attorney showed up at the conclusion of Thursday’s episode to deliver the news to Meredith, it wasn’t entirely positive. At all.
After revealing that she somehow got out the judge’s last “drop of humanity,” this lawyer shared that she would still have to serve out the remaining hours of her community service.
At home? Nope.
BOn the crew picking up trash on the side of the highway? Nope.
Meredith will be serving her missed time in actual prison.
In a new preview for next week’s Halloween-themed hour, Meredith — donning a red prison jumpsuit — is startled awake as her cellmate stares over her in their cell.
“You’re scaring me,” Meredith says, to which her cellmate pipes back: “Happy Halloween!”
Later on, our favorite surgeon complains that she’s missing the holiday, but the guard standing outside the stell bars is anything but sympathetic.
“You can go as Sad Mom,” the officer says. Ouch.
As for Bailey’s problems with fun-sized candy bars?
And the unique case that will occupy Alex’s attention?
Check out the promo now!
Grey’s Anatomy Season 16 will kick off on September 26 on ABC — and, based on the official trailer featured here, the premiere will aim to answer two key questions:
- What is Meredith doing picking up garage?
- Is Jackson alive?!?
Viewers do basically know the reasoning behind that first query, of course.
Meredith, Alex and Richard were all fired to close out Season 15 and Meredith will be performing her court-mandated community service when we see her again this fall.
Hence the tagline orange is the new grey that flashes across the screen of this preview.
Later in this sneak peek, Bailey (Chandra Wilson) is seen telling other employees that Meredith, Alex Karev (Justin Chambers), and Richard Weber (James Pickens Jr.) no longer work at the hospital due to “criminal activity.”
The reactions are priceless.
Will Meredith end up working as a doctor once again in the near future?
We’d have to imagine.
But we’re very curious just how she gets her old job back.
Elsewhere, the intense promo also portends an ominous outcome to the Disappearance of Jackson Avery.
Where is he? Could he actually be dead and gone?
It’s conceivable, considering the history of this show and how it’s unafraid to kill off a series regular.
But, SPOILER ALERT, Jesse Williams recently re-upped with the series for two more years. So we think everything is gonna end up being okay for Jackson.
He’ll survive, at the very least.
Showrunner Krista Vernoff previously told TV Line that this wildly anticipated premiere will pick “moments from where we left off” in the Season 15 finale, with “all of the lingering” cliffhangers being addressed “pretty immediately.”
That is, Meredith, Richard and Alex receiving pink slips… DeLuca wearing a prison jumpsuit … and Jackson vanishing into thin air/thick fog.
Shortly thereafter, however, the episode “will span a little bit of time over the course of the hour.”
Color us intrigued.
Check out the slideshow above if you’re in the mood for a few Grey’s Anatomy spoilers and remember:
The beloved drama returns on Thursday, September 26 at 8/7c on ABC.
Check out this fun teaser now!
Grey’s Anatomy is the show that will never die.
It has been renewed for TWO more seasons — and will likely continue for several years beyond that, as long as Ellen Pompeo is on board.
As we look ahead to Grey’s Anatomy Season 16, we’ve rounded up everything we know about what’s on tap.
Consider yourself SPOILER WARNED and read on…
1. There’s No End in Sight
2. Ending the Show Will Be Ellen Pompeo’s Decision to Make
“Ellen and I have a pact that I’m going to do the show as long as she’s going to do the show. So the show will exist as long as both of us want to do it,” Rhimes said. “If she wants to stop, we’re stopping. So I don’t know if we’ll see 600 [episodes], but I want to keep it feeling fresh. As long as there are fresh stories to tell and as long as we’re both excited about the stories being told, we’re in. So we’ll see where that takes us.”
3. There Will Be More LinkMelia
4. There Will Be More Koracick
5. There Will Be More Glasses
6. Who Will Teddy Choose?
But will Kim stick with Owen after seemingly choosing him at the end of the season?
“I think Owen has done a lot of work on himself,” she commented to People on the cliffhanger. “I think they’re in a really great place for this to be an amazing, amazing relationship. Of course, they did have poor Tom there doing the baby crib and eating a sandwich. I was like, ‘Really?’”
TV is filled with characters who like to get into a little mischief now and again.
These 13 duos come together whether they’re on the right side of the law … or not.
Not all of them are in a relationship, but when they work together, they get $hit done.
Have a look below.
1. Sherlock & Joan – Elementary
2. Lucious and Cookie – Empire
3. Veronica and Keith – Veronica Mars
4. Murphy and Emori – The 100
5. Raj and Howard – The Big Bang Theory
6. Jessica and Trish – Jessica Jones
Waiting week-to-week for TV shows can be a real drag.
We have no idea how anyone ever did it.
Some shows are just best served binged — and that’s why we’ve picked these 13 shows down beloow.
If you’re looking for something to watch (and watch and watch and just keep watching), we’ve got you covered!
1. Veronica Mars – Hulu
2. Euphoria – HBO
3. Schitt’s Creek – Pop TV
4. The Haunting of Hill House – Netflix
5. Big Little Lies – HBO
6. YOU – Netflix
These shows were great at one point.
But nowadays they’re just circling the drain, preventing the inevitable.
They should be put out of their misery before they are remembered as some of the worst shows around.
SORRY NOT SORRY.