Doctors in Seattle try to balance life and work.
Ellen Pompeo, Patrick Dempsey, Justin Chambers, Chandra Wilson, James Pickens jr., Sara Ramirez, Kevin Mckidd, Jessica Capshaw, Jesse Williams, Sarah Drew, Caterina Scorsone, Camilla Luddington, Jerrika Hinton, Kelly Mccreary, Gaius Charles, Tessa Ferrer, Sandra Oh, Eric Dane, Chyler Leigh, Kim Raver, Katherine Heigl, T.r. Knight, Brooke Smith, Isaiah Washington, Kate Walsh
Shonda Rhimes (Executive Producer), Mark Gordon (Executive Producer), Betsy Beers (Executive Producer), Krista Vernoff (Executive Producer), Rob Corn (Executive Producer), Mark Wilding (Executive Producer), Allan Heinberg (Executive Producer), William Harper (Writer), Rob Corn (Director), Meg Marinis (Writer), Kevin Mckidd (Director), Stacy Mckee (Writer), Chris Hayden (Director), Shonda Rhimes (Writer), Rob Hardy (Director), Austin Guzman (Writer), David Greenspan (Director), Elizabeth Klaviter (Writer), Paul Mccrane (Director), Tia Napolitano (Writer), Zetna Fuentes (Director), Elisabeth Finch (Writer), Chandra Wilson (Director), Andy Reaser (Writer), Susan Vaill (Director), Jen Klein (Writer), Thomas Wright (Director), Eric Laneuville (Director), Mark Jackson (Director), Mark Driscoll (Writer), Jeannot Szwarc (Director), Rob Underwood (Director), Debbie Allen (Director), Bobby Roth (Director), Rob Greenlea (Director), Jesse Bochco (Director), Nicole Rubio (Director), Zoanne Clack (Writer), Bill D'elia (Director), Joan Rater (Writer), Lauren Barnett (Writer), Joanne Rater (Writer), Jeannine Renshaw (Writer), Ron Underwood (Director), Tony Phelan (Director), Debora Cahn (Writer), Gabriel Llanas (Writer), Cherie Nowlan (Director), Bill Harper (Writer), James Parriott (Executive Producer), Stephen Cragg (Director), Dan Bucatinsky (Writer), Browyn Garrity (Writer), Phil Harper (Writer), Steve Robin (Director), Debra Cahn (Writer), Peter Nowalk (Writer), Laura Innes (Director), Mark Wilding (Writer), Jenna Bans (Writer), Matt Byrne (Writer), Zakiyyah Alexander (Writer), Heather Mitchell (Writer), Allison Liddi-brown (Director), Ed Ornelas (Director), Jessica Yu (Director), Denise Hahn (Writer), Tom Verica (Director), Tony Phelan (Writer), Natalie Krinsky (Writer), Rob Bailey (Director), Brian Tanen (Writer), Michael Pressman (Director), Krista Vernoff (Writer), Allan Heinberg (Writer), Donna Deitch (Director), Randy Zisk (Director), Robert Berlinger (Director), Allen Heinberg (Writer), Sonay Washington (Writer), Dan Attias (Director), Julie anne Robinson (Director), Allison Liddi-brown (Writer), Arlene Sanford (Director), Eric Stoltz (Director), Joanna Kerns (Director), Jim Frawley (Director), Mark Tinker (Director), Michael Grossman (Director), Jeff Melman (Director), Bethany Rooney (Director), Dan Minahan (Director), James Frawley (Director), Christopher Misiano (Director), Jeffrey dean Morgan (Host), Chris Van dusen (Writer), Tamra Davis (Director), Marti Noxon (Writer), Adam Arkin (Director), Eric Buchman (Writer), Greg Yaitanes (Director), Carolina Paiz (Writer), Seith Mann (Director), Kip Koenig (Writer), Gabrielle Stanton (Writer), Harry Werksman (Writer), Dan Lerner (Director), Mimi Schmir (Writer), Tony Goldwyn (Director), Blythe Robe (Writer), Tricia Brock (Director), Jim Parriott (Writer), Harry Werksman jr. (Writer), Wendey Stanzler (Director), Peter Horton (Director), David Paymer (Director), Adam Davidson (Director), Wendy Stanzler (Director), Michael Dinner (Director), Lesli Glatter (Director), James d. Parriott (Writer), Wendy Stantzler (Director), Sarah pia Anderson (Director), Darnell Martin (Director), Scott Brazil (Director), Ann Hamilton (Writer), John Coles (Director), Jim Parriott (Executive Producer)
|"Good Mourning" Members of the hospital staff find unique ways to deal with their grief at George's death; George's mother faces the daunting task of deciding what to do with his organs. (Repeat)||LIFE|
|"Goodbye" Members of the hospital staff find unique ways to deal with their grief at George's death; George's mother faces the daunting task of deciding what to do with his organs. (Repeat)||LIFE|
|"(I Always Feel Like) Somebody's Watchin' Me" Izzie returns to work; Seattle Grace residents position themselves to avoid layoffs; Cristina tries to work with Arizona in the pediatric ward. (Repeat)||LIFE|
|"Tainted Obligation" When Thatcher returns to the hospital with a failed liver, Meredith must save his life; Izzie empathizes with a tumor-riddled patient; annoyed with Cristina's competitive zeal, Mark tricks her into assisting on an unusual surgery. (Repeat)||LIFE|
|"Invasion" The residents of Seattle Grace and Mercy West vie for their careers as the hospital merger begins; Arizona stands by enraged Callie when Callie's father employs a priest to help convince her to date men. (Repeat)||LIFE|
|"I Saw What I Saw" When a burn victim unexpectedly dies in the ER, all the Mercy West and Seattle Grace residents must defend their actions in hope of saving their jobs. (Repeat)||LIFE|
|"Give Peace a Chance" When Isaac, a hospital lab tech, discovers he has an inoperable tumor wrapped around his spine, he turns to Derek for help; Derek challenges Richard's authority. (Repeat)||LIFE|
The medical drama series focuses on a group of doctors at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital in Seattle, including several who began their careers at the facility as interns. One of the doctors and the show's namesake, Meredith Grey, is the daughter of a famous surgeon. She struggles to maintain relationships with her colleagues, particularly the hospital's one-time chief of surgery, Richard Webber, due to a pre-existing relationship between them -- Webber and Meredith's mother had a personal relationship when Meredith was young.
Ellen Pompeo as Dr. Meredith Grey
Patrick Dempsey as Dr. Derek Shepherd
Justin Chambers as Dr. Alex Karev
Chandra Wilson as Dr. Miranda Bailey
James Pickens jr. as Dr. Richard Webber
Sara Ramirez as Dr. Callie Torres
Kevin Mckidd as Owen Hunt
Jessica Capshaw as Arizona Robbins
Jesse Williams as Jackson Avery
Sarah Drew as April Kepner
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