Attraction In Grey's Anatomy

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What’s the attraction of surgical interns turn surgical residents running around a hospital in the middle of downtown Seattle? Ask the 8.96 million people a week that turn the channel to ABC every Thursday night at 7/8c. Grey’s Anatomy, a creation of Shonda Rhimes, is that very attraction sometimes addiction of many people throughout the country. With thirteen seasons under its wing, they keep the audience and fandom coming back every single week and even in the offseason, with sources like Hulu and Netflix. The romance, the suspense, and the medical drama are three things that the Grey’s Anatomy fandom, like myself, are attracted by every time the Cosy in the Rocket theme song comes on. The romance begins in the very first scene when Meredith wakes up to an unknown man, later to be named McDreamy or Dr. Derek …show more content…
Whether it be a man cutting off his own foot in the middle of the ER, a little girl who feels no pain or a woman with toxic blood Shonda knows who to continue the fandom season after season. One that every fan will remember though is Bonnie and Tom. Bonnie and Tom shared a pole literally. After a traumatic train accident, Bonnie and Tom are taken to Seattle Grace with a metal pole going through their abdomen pairing them together for the rest of the episode. Sadly they had to decide between the two patients on who would survive, Bonnie ended up sacrificing herself so Tom could make it back to his family. Stories and episodes like this are found almost every single week when Grey’s Anatomy comes on. Shonda Rhimes knows what she is doing with the romance, suspense and medical drama to create the crazy fandom that follows Grey’s Anatomy. This fandom’s range of teens to older adults makes this TV Show something people will remember even years after the final episode, which looks to be not anytime

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