Addison reunites with medical-school friends at a Los Angeles medical facility.
Kate Walsh, Benjamin Bratt, Kadee Strickland, Paul Adelstein, Brian Benben, Caterina Scorsone, Griffin Gluck, Taye Diggs, Amy Brenneman, Tim Daly, Audra Mcdonald, Michael Thornton, Hailey Sole, Chris Lowell
Shonda Rhimes (Executive Producer), Betsy Beers (Executive Producer), Mark Gordon (Executive Producer), Mark Tinker (Executive Producer), Craig Turk (Executive Producer), Steve Blackman (Executive Producer), Eric Haywood (Writer), Ann Kindberg (Director), Elizabeth Klaviter (Writer), Zahir Mcghee (Writer), James Larkin (Director), Jen Cecil (Writer), Barbie Kligman (Writer), Karen Gaviola (Director), Gabriel Llanas (Writer), Scott Printz (Director), Jennifer Cecil (Writer), Mark Tinker (Director), Shonda Rhimes (Writer), Christopher Fife (Writer), Allison Liddi-brown (Director), Amyn Kaderali (Director), Jeannot Szwarc (Director), Fred Einesman (Writer), Gabe Fonseca (Writer), Bethany Rooney (Director), Ed Ornelas (Director), Craig Turk (Writer), Steve Blackman (Writer), Steve Robin (Director), Tom Verica (Director), Adele Lim (Writer), Bill Purple (Director), Noah Evslin (Writer), Stephen Cragg (Director), Jeff Bleckner (Director), Krista Vernoff (Writer), Randy Zisk (Director), Sanford Golden (Writer), Karen Wyscarver (Writer), Mark Turner (Director), Paul Adelstein (Director), Moira Mcmahon (Writer), Ayanna a. Floyd (Writer), Mark Tinker (Writer), Kenny Leon (Director), Michael Zinberg (Director), Sheila Lawrence (Writer), Donna Deitch (Director), Sonay Washington (Writer), Marti Noxon (Executive Producer), Jon Cowan (Executive Producer), Robert Rovner (Executive Producer), Debora Cahn (Writer), Eric Stoltz (Director), Patti Carr (Writer), Lara Olsen (Writer), Jesse Zigelstein (Writer), Kathy Mccormick (Writer), Dana Baratta (Writer), Matthew Penn (Director), Jon Cowan (Writer), Robert Rovner (Writer), Donna Dietch (Director), Helen Shaver (Director), Steve Gomer (Director), Rob Corn (Director), Lauren Schmidt (Writer), Mike Ostrowski (Writer), Jim Frawley (Director), Sal Calleros (Writer), Kate Woods (Director), Jeff Melman (Director), James Frawley (Director), Emily Halpern (Writer), Joanna Kerns (Director), Michael Pressman (Director), Ayanna Floyd (Writer), Marti Noxon (Writer), Wendy Stanzler (Director), Jenna Bans (Writer), David Solomon (Director), Julie Robinson (Director), Arvin Brown (Director), Andrea Newman (Writer), Tony Goldwyn (Director)
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Neonatal surgeon Addison Montgomery escapes from a dysfunctional love triangle, leaving her friends and foes at Seattle Grace Hospital behind for a fresh start in Los Angeles, where she joins a trendy public clinic run by her recently divorced friends, Sam and Naomi Bennett.
Kate Walsh as Dr. Addison Montgomery
Benjamin Bratt as Dr. Jake Reilly
Kadee Strickland as Dr. Charlotte King
Paul Adelstein as Dr. Cooper Freedman
Brian Benben as Dr. Sheldon Wallace
Caterina Scorsone as Dr. Amelia Shepherd
Griffin Gluck as Mason Warner
Taye Diggs as Dr. Sam Bennett
Amy Brenneman as Dr. Violet Turner
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