Season 20 of 'Grey's Anatomy' will be the first not to feature Ellen Pompeo's Meredith Grey as a series regular
Grey's Anatomy fans can get ready for an all new season of love and medicine at Grey Sloan Memorial.
ABC announced its 2024 mid-season premiere dates on Wednesday, including the return of the beloved medical drama for its landmark 20th season.
Grey's is set to see some major changes next year: Season 20 will be the first not to feature Ellen Pompeo's title character Meredith Grey as a series regular. The actress scaled back her role in season 19 but will remain as an executive producer on the series moving forward — though she'll still provide the show's signature opening and closing voiceovers each episode.
Grey's fans can tune into their screens on Thursday, March 14 at 9 p.m. ET after the season 7 premiere of 9-1-1 at 8 p.m.
And Shondaland fans can rejoice with the return of another high stakes drama as season 7 of Station 19 debuts at 10 p.m. following Grey's Anatomy.
Graziadei's quest for romance will be followed by ABC News's 20/20, an all-new true crime series slated to span eight episodes.
ABC will also take fans back to school with a one-hour season 3 debut of Emmy award-winning comedy Abbott Elementary at 9 p.m.
Courtroom series, Judge Steve Harvey will round out Wednesday's lineup of scheduled programing.
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On Sunday, Feb. 18, American Idol will kick off its seventh season with a two-hour special on ABC at 8 p.m. ET. The hidden camera series What Would You Do? will follow in that night's lineup at 10 p.m.
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