Analysis Of Grey's Anatomy

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Grey’s anatomy is a television show about a group of surgeons and interns who work at Seattle Grace Hospital. The series emphasizes on a group of doctors who fight to save their patient 's lives while contending to become the head surgeon. Aside from the competition, they go through a lot of heartbreak; either relationships problems or family crises throughout each of their lives. The series began with Dr. Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) starting her career as a medical intern with other interns, who became her friends and roommates later on. Being on air every Wednesday for eleven years, the show has drawn a beautiful fantasy world, among hospital life; many people, including me being inspired enough to want to join the field. Even though Dr. …show more content…
That is why the show has been successful enough to run for eleven years with the same fans. Unlike other medical shows, gray’s anatomy is the most fascinating and convincing television series because it has an interesting storyline, the production is well-organized and it is filled with the unexpected incidents including killing main characters and bringing a new atmosphere.
Grey’s anatomy has the most interesting storyline. The show is written by Shonda rhymes; I believe she is one of the spectacular authors in Hollywood and gray’s anatomy is a great example of her work, which aired for eleven years having lots of loyal followers. I remember the show started by Dr. Meredith gray is being a new resident in the Seattle Grace hospital, then she fell in love with Dr. Derek Shepard (Patrick Dempsey); the fine-looking man who is a surgeon. The whole romance started one night before she started working at the hospital. They met at Joe’s bar while she was celebrating her inauguration
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I portrayed the author as a kid who loves to destroy his Lego only to build it again because, on Grey’s anatomy, Rhymes always kill the main characters and bring new people to construct the show; we all remember season eight, where the plane that all hospital’s surgeons were in had crashed and Arizona lost her leg while Meredith sister died; it really shook the show and made it more suspense. In another event, Shonda rhymes killed Derek Shepard in-car accident on season eleven, episode twenty-three, it was very controversial. Personally, I felt like the show is close to ending, even according to ABC, many fans commented that they think the author is probably wrapping it up. However, surprisingly the show continued focusing on another issue; Dr. Arizona and Dr. Callie Torres marriage and the widow Dr. Grey’s loneliness. As can be seen, Shonda Rhymes doesn’t tell only the love fairy tells and the hospital environment, she also touches the women’s struggles in a real world; the loneliness, the rejections, and the same-sex marriages’ battle to get acceptance and stick to one another like Arizona and Callie. Dr. Arizona gave up her family and her friends when she decided to come out as Dr. Callie wife, however these two love birds couldn’t last any longer because Dr. Callie couldn’t resist the fact that she would be judged and furthermore lose her job as

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