Gray’s Anatomy returns for a premiere like no different this week as Season 17 kicks off amid the continuing pandemic.
Viewers had resigned themselves to the actual fact the ultimate episodes would by no means make it on the air however actor Jake Borelli ( who performs Levi Schmitt) has revealed that footage that was set to air have been woven into the premiere.
The actor defined to Metro.co.uk: ‘We had been lower brief by the pandemic and clearly caught off guard by that. So after we begin season 17, there’s truly going to be two time durations happening.
‘We leap 5 weeks and begin deep into the pandemic in Seattle, so a number of issues have already occurred to our docs. Then we additionally flashback to those loopy cliffhangers that we left everybody on on the finish of season 16.’
He continued: ‘We undoubtedly get to wrap up these tales and in addition proceed these tales. A number of that flashback footage was shot again earlier than the pandemic began.’
Jake Borelli confirms the Season 17 premiere will function flashbacks to S16 to assist tie up storylines (Image: ABC by way of Getty Pictures)
As everyone knows, the present will focus closely on the effect Covid-19 has had on frontline employees, and Jake revealed his pleasure at with the ability to share these tales with viewers throughout the globe.
The 29-year-old said: ‘I feel it was the best resolution to to do these tales. Gray’s is among the most prolific medical exhibits that there has ever been and this is among the largest medical tales that we’ve encountered in our lifetime.
‘If anybody can do that justice, Gray’s can. I feel it’s actually essential that individuals world wide are going to see slightly little bit of what these courageous docs have gone by way of prior to now yr.’
Gray’s Anatomy returns with a two-hour premiere on November 12 on ABC and is obtainable to stream on Prime Video within the UK.