In addition to arriving late, season 20 of Grey’s Anatomy on ABC could present another important change according to the latest comments from the production. News that has disappointed fans.
Grey’s Anatomy You could face a major change in your season 20. The famous network drama ABCwhich even in the pandemic did not feature a short-lived season, might have to reach fans with many fewer episodes than the show’s production had originally planned.
According to the former executive producer of series like Law & Order, Warren Leightat this time of year many scripted television series, including Grey’s Anatomy, would have already begun filming their fourth episode of the season. In his opinion, “if the strike ended on September 4 and filming began a few weeks later, the stations could make, at most, a season of 13 episodes.”.
Warren Leight also mentioned that writers’ rooms typically open five weeks before filming begins, which would increase stress and pressure among network workers. Based on his knowledge of Grey’s Anatomy filming developments, this could mean the season would be even shorter.
Grey’s Anatomy already has a season of less than 10 episodes, the first, which worked as a kind of test for the network executives. ABC to find out how the program would work given the doubts they had about the story created by Shonda Rhimes.
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However, after that season 1 of just 9 episodes, the series produced installments of up to 26 parts that were received by fans with great emotion. In fact, the cast of Grey’s Anatomy has complained on countless occasions about the amount of work involved in filming these marathon installments whose broadcasts extended until June.
So, the stoppage would force the writers of Grey’s Anatomy to think about a story that can be told in fewer episodes and that does not compromise the ideas that the production had for this season 20.the first that in theory will not feature Ellen Pompeo, the beloved Meredith Gray interpreter who moved to Boston in the middle of installment 19 to give her children a quieter life.