Season 16 of Grey's Anatomy begins in Ireland tomorrow night and the excitement is real 7 months ago

Season 16 of Grey's Anatomy begins in Ireland tomorrow night and the excitement is real

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Season 16 of Grey's Anatomy begins in Ireland tomorrow night and the excitement is real.

While it's been on telly in North America for a few months now, it's officially time for Irish fans to check back in with the doctors of Grey Sloan Memorial.

The long-running medical series will kick off tomorrow night [April 1] at 9pm on Sky Witness with a dramatic double-bill.

 

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In case you need a refresher, season 15 ended with Andrew DeLuca in jail after taking the blame for Meredith's insurance fraud - and Grey, Richard Webber and Alex Karev being fired by Miranda Bailey because of the fraud.

Besides the introduction of the new Irish doctor, Dr. Cormac Hayes, the series will also include Karev's departure.

The news comes as it as revealed that Grey's Anatomy would be bringing its 16th season to an early end.

 

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Production on the series' current season was suspended earlier this month amid the coronavirus outbreak.

However, according to Variety, ABC announced on Friday that the episode set to air on April 9 in North America, the 21st episode of the season, will be this year's season finale.

The long-medical drama has typically aired 24 or 25 episodes per season for the last few years. However, the publication report there are no plans to film any more episode this year.