Grey's Anatomy

Rating  :  

6.5

Duration  :  

43m

350 Episodes

Follows the personal and professional lives of a group of doctors at Seattle’s Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital.

Cast: Ellen Pompeo, Justin Chambers, James Pickens Jr., Chandra Wilson, Alex Landi


Genres: Drama


Production:The Mark Gordon Company, ShondaLand, ABC Studios, Touchstone Television.

Seasons
Specials

5 Episodes

Season 1

9 Episodes

Season 2

27 Episodes

Season 3

25 Episodes

Season 4

17 Episodes

Season 5

24 Episodes

Season 6

24 Episodes

Season 7

22 Episodes

Season 8

24 Episodes

Season 9

24 Episodes

Season 10

24 Episodes

Season 11

24 Episodes

Season 12

24 Episodes

Season 13

24 Episodes

Season 14

24 Episodes

Season 15

25 Episodes

Season 16

9 Episodes

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