Crisis Averted: Grey’s Anatomy Renewed for Season 18

Crisis Averted: Grey’s Anatomy Renewed for Season 18

“Grey’s Anatomy”: Sarah Drew Teases Dr. April Kepner’s Return

We can all breathe easy again, Grey’s Anatomy fans. The show is not ending with season 17. 

ABC just announced that both Grey’s and Station 19 will return next season, which is thrilling news for us all, especially after the uncertainty surrounding Grey’s Anatomy‘s future.

Back in March, showrunner Krista Vernoff told The Hollywood Reporter that a season 18 was not yet guaranteed, and so she had both a season finale and a series finale planned for the end of season 17. 

Ellen Pompeo, who essentially has the power to determine when the show will end, had to negotiate a new contract for season 18 since her current contract ends this year. She, along with fellow original cast members Chandra Wilson and James Pickens Jr. all received salary increases and all is now well, and the show will be back—hopefully with a little less pandemic next season. 

“The writers, directors, casts and crews of Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19 worked so hard to bring these shows to life this past season,” Vernoff said in a statement. “Keeping each other safe on set while paying tribute to the front-line heroes and first responders has been a challenge and a privilege. I’ve been truly blown away—particularly by our tireless crews—as they reinvented the TV-making wheel. Thank you to ABC and ABC Signature for the support and extraordinary partnership through this unprecedented season. We are so grateful for the opportunity to tell more stories.”

One big hint that season 18 was on the way came when it was announced that Jesse Williams, who plays Jackson Avery, will be leaving the show after the season 17 finale. If the show were ending, he would haven’t anything to leave. 

In the most recent episode, Jackson decided to move to Boston to run the Catherine Fox Foundation, and he convinced his ex-wife April (Sarah Drew) to move with him and their three-year-old daughter, Harriet. 

Keep up with the fates of all your favorite shows by scrolling down! 


Canceled: Prodigal Son (Fox)

Fox has said goodbye to Prodigal Son after two seasons.


Renewed: Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)

After months of making us worry, ABC has renewed Grey’s Anatomy for a season 18. 


Renewed: Station 19 (ABC)

Grey’s Anatomy spinoff Station 19 will return for a fifth season on ABC. 


Renewed: Call Me Kat

Fox has renewed Mayim Bialik‘s cat cafe comedy for a second season.


Canceled: A Little Late With Lilly Singh (NBC)

A Little Late With Lilly Singh is ending after two season on NBC. The final new episode will air on Thursday, June 3.


Canceled: The Irregulars (Netflix)

One and done. Netflix canceled The Irregulars after only one season in May 2021.


Renewed: Big Sky (ABC)

ABC’s drama thriller Big Sky will return for season two.


Renewed: Ginny & Georgia (Netflix)

Ginny & Georgia will return for a second season on Netflix.


Renewed: NCIS (CBS)

NCIS will return to CBS for a 19th season, with star Mark Harmon in tow. 


Renewed: Blue Bloods (CBS)

CBS has officially ordered a 12th season of family cop show Blue Bloods


Renewed: Magnum P.I. (CBS)

CBS is welcoming a season four for its Magnum P.I. reboot. 


Renewed: S.W.A.T.

S.W.A.T. will officially be returning for a fifth season on CBS.


Renewed: Bull (CBS)

CBS has officially renewed Bull for a sixth season. 


Renewed: Bridgerton (Netflix)

All the ton’s aflutter due to the fact that Bridgerton will be back on Netflix for not just a season two, but a season three and a season four as well. 

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Renewed: Project Runway (Bravo)

Project Runway will return for season 19, with Christian Siriano, Nina Garcia, Elaine Welteroth and Brandon Maxwell all returning. Host Karlie Kloss will make guest appearances as the show goes into production in New York this spring.


Renewed: Duncanville (Fox)

Fox has renewed the animated comedy Duncanville for a third season.


Canceled: Bless the Harts

After two seasons, animated comedy Bless the Harts will not be returning to Fox.


Renewed: Young Sheldon (CBS)

On Tuesday, March 30, CBS renewed Young Sheldon for three more seasons. This means the Iain Armitage-led series will run at least until 2024.


Canceled: American Gods (Starz)

On Monday, March 29, Starz confirmed that season three of American Gods, which ended on March 21, would be its last.


Renewed: Mr. Mayor (NBC)

Ted Danson will return as the mayor of Los Angeles for a second season on NBC. 

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Canceled: World of Dance (NBC)

Almost a year after the season four premiere, NBC confirmed to Deadline the dance competition series will not be returning for a fifth season. 


Renewed: Outlander (Starz)

In March 2021, it was announced that Starz renewed Outlander for a seventh season. The new season order, which will feature 12 episodes, comes as the period drama is filming its sixth season.


Renewed: Selling Sunset (Netflix)

Netflix has renewed Selling Sunset for both a fourth and a fifth season. Season four is currently in production.


Renewed: Bling Empire (Netflix)

Bling Empire will return for a second season on Netflix.

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Ending: Queen of the South (USA)

Queen of the South will end after its fifth season, which will include 10 episodes and premieres April 7 on USA Network.


Ending: Kim’s Convenience (Netflix/CBC)

Despite a renewal through season six, the Canadian comedy (which airs on Netflix in the U.S.) will end with the upcoming season five after the departure of creators Ins Choi and Kevin White


Ending: Pose (FX)

Pose will come to an end after its upcoming third season, which will consist of seven episodes and premiere on May 2.

The CW

Renewed: Superman & Lois (The CW)

After just one very highly rated premiere episode, The CW has renewed Superman & Lois for a season two. 


Ending: Younger (TVLand/Paramount+)

Younger is moving to Paramount+ for its seventh and final season, which will consist of 12 episodes. 


Renewed: Fate: The Winx Saga (Netflix)

Netflix has renewed Fate: The Winx Saga for a second season.

Station 19 and Grey’s Anatomy air Thursdays beginning at 8 p.m. on ABC. 

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