Grey’s Anatomy Review

Grey's Anatomy Review

Amari Green, Writer

 

Grey’s Anatomy is a show that started in 2005 and is currently on Netflix about a girl named Meredith Grey who is becoming a surgeon. It starts with her being a surgical intern and takes us through her career as a surgeon. It’s rated TV-14 and has 16 going on 17 seasons. 

Some other people Meredith meets along the way are her mentor Dr. Miranda Bailey, her co-workers, Izzie Stevens, Cristina Yang, Alex Karev, and George O’Malley. She also meets the love of her life, outstanding Neurosurgeon, Dr. Derek Shepard. Along with a bunch of amazing others who turn her world.  

I would like to recommend Greys Anatomy to anyone who likes shows that are full of dramas and unexpected turns, but at the same time, Greys Anatomy is full of light-hearted and exciting moments. 

I personally like Greys Anatomy because well 1. It gives you something to do with all of the seasons it has, 2. It has a lot of unexpected twists and turns 3. We are all in quarantine and we all have nothing to do so watching a 16 season Netflix show about doctors and their lives just might be the way to go. 

I’ve also learned to not get attached to much to the characters because a lot of things happen to lead to either death or leaving, such as bombs, shootings, plane crashes, operating in elevators and in the sky, and meeting unexpected family members.

I believe you should watch greys anatomy because, at some point in time, you start to feel what the character feels. The show touches on real-world problems such as racism, being a part of the LGBTQ+ community, PTSD, having mental illnesses, domestic violence, etc. 

Grey’s Anatomy is an amazing show full of, jaw-dropping, tear-bursting, exciting moments, that no other show would dare to compare to. Needless to say, Grey’s Anatomy is an emotional rollercoaster but like any rollercoaster that you didn’t want to ride at first when you finish the show all you want to do is ride it again.