'Grey's Anatomy' is Renewed for Season 15

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While it may have been somewhat of a foregone conclusion, it's still very nice that it's finally locked down: Grey's Anatomy season 15 is now official over at ABC.

Grey's, which is ABC's longest-running primetime drama series, continues to be the network's No. 1 drama in the coveted 18-49 demographic, still ranking among the top five broadcast series on TV. I need to devote a whole day just to celebrate Jessica and just to celebrate Sarah. Jessica Capshaw and Sarah Drew are leaving the show after 10 and 9 seasons respectively, bringing a wrap to the story of both Arizona Robbins and April Kepner. I will do so.

The show was created and is executive produced by Shonda Rhimes.

Grey's Anatomy will presumably be returning to its #TGIT time slot, but as for what will be joining it, we're still not sure.

Considering their long tenures on Grey's, audiences have seen Arizona and April go in a variety of wild and unexpected ways.

Grey's Anatomy has been around for a whopping 14 seasons, and honestly, there have been so many ups and downs and rollercoasters and heart-wrenching moments and steamy sexing sessions and just.emotions that it would take far too much time to recount the best of them here. Since we've seen them each in a variety of relationships, almost die, and progress in their careers, the Grey's writers hit a block for the two surgeons. "Grey's Anatomy" is produced by ABC Studios.

According to "The Hollywood Reporter", Pompeo's new deal - which she signed in late 2017 - has her earning upwards of $20 million a year - $575,000 per episode, along with a seven-figure signing bonus and two full back-end equity points on the series, estimated to bring in another $6-7 million. In the meantime, check out our midseason premiere list to plan your next binge watch.

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