In October, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ returned for season 19 on ABC, Hulu and on Disney+ in select regions.
You might have noticed that you haven’t seen a new episode in a while, and that’s because the series is currently on a mid-season break.
So, when exactly does ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ season 19 return with new episodes? Read on for all the details!
When Does ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Return With New Episodes?
“Grey’s Anatomy” aired its Season 19 midseason finale with episode 6, and the series will now be taking a mid-season break.
If you’re in the United States, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ season 19 will return with new episodes on Thursday, February 23, 2023, and the following day on Hulu.
When Does ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 19 Return With New Episodes On Disney Plus?
Disney hasn’t confirmed when new episode from ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ season 19 will begin to be released again on Disney+ after the mid-season break. However, we expect that new episodes will begin dropping in March 2023.
We’ll be sure to update this article the moment Disney has confirmed a date.
‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 19 Mid-Season Trailer
How Many Episodes Will ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Have?
Disney hasn’t confirmed the exact number of episodes for Grey’s Anatomy season 19, but it’s expected to be around 20 episodes.
What is ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 19 About?
Picking up six months after the season 18 finale, season 19 sees five new interns join the staff at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital, with Harry Shum Jr., Adelaide Kane, Alexis Floyd, Niko Terho, and Midori Francis joining the cast.
Recipient of the 2007 Golden Globe® Award for Best Drama Television Series and nominated for multiple Emmys®, including Outstanding Drama Series, “Grey’s Anatomy” is considered one of the great television shows of our time. The high-intensity medical drama, now in its 19th season, follows Meredith Grey and the team of doctors at Grey Sloan Memorial who are faced with life-or-death decisions on a daily basis. They seek comfort from one another, and, at times, more than just friendship. Together they discover that neither medicine nor relationships can be defined in black and white.