GREY’s Anatomy boss Krista Vernoff warned followers over ‘very heavy episodes’ in season 17.
This comes after the tragic coronavirus storyline involving Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) who’s battling the virus.
Gray’s Anatomy boss Krista Vernoff has warned followers over ‘very heavy episodes’ in season 17Credit score: Getty Photos
Krista, 46, admitted the upcoming episodes are “very intense” and the present can be as deep and true as it may well presumably be.
She warned: “These have been very heavy episodes and now we have some fairly intense episodes arising firstly of the yr as properly.
“We began our season in April of 2020, and we’re being as trustworthy and as genuine and as deep and as true with that as we will.”
She added: “What which means is now we have to seek out our hope and our pleasure and our silver linings and our humor and our horny and our romantic contained in the parameters that 2020 provided us.”
Meredith has battled coronavirus on Gray’s anatomyCredit score: ABC
Krista described the season 17 episodes of Gray’s Anatomy as very intenseCredit score: ABC
Nonetheless, Krista does hope that the present scenario will enhance throughout the US and the remainder of the world and plans to painting that in future Grey’s Anatomy episodes.
“I am eager for a vaccine. I am hopeful that individuals will begin to take the pandemic significantly. I am hopeful that they’ll begin to put on masks,” she defined.
“I am hopeful that we will depoliticize this factor and all simply handle ourselves and one another and our healthcare staff.
“One of many ways in which Gray’s Anatomy and Station 19 are serving to with that’s by dwelling inside the pandemic somewhat than leaping to an idealized post-pandemic world. So, I’ve a special twist on hope this yr.”
The present got here underneath from followers on Twitter for ‘losing face masks’ for hospital scenesCredit score: Instagram
Gray’s Anatomy is the present’s shortest collection but as a result of delays brought on by coronavirusCredit score: Kobal Assortment – Rex Options
Talking of the coronavirus, final month Gray’s Anatomy star Camilla Luddington hit back at fan complaints because the drama was blasted for ‘losing face masks’ for hospital scenes.
A disgruntled fan took to Twitter and wrote: “You don’t must be carrying a N95/KN95 masks behind the scenes. You don’t must be losing PPE. A disposable masks will work simply high quality.”
The actress, who performs Jo Karev on the present, fired again: “For those who see any of us carrying KN95s behind the scenes, it is as a result of we’re carrying our costume masks,” she responded on Twitter.
“We do not additionally get an additional KN95 to put on between takes.”