Grey’s Anatomy UK release date: When will Grey’s Anatomy season 17 start in the UK?

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Grey’s Anatomy series 16 proved to be a memorable season as it saw the end of Dr Alex Karev’s (played by Justin Chambers) time on the show after 15 years. The series will also be remembered because it had to be cut short because of the coronavirus pandemic. There is no need to worry though as the ABC drama had already been renewed for another season.

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Grey’s Anatomy.

Dr Alex Karev left Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital behind as well as wife Dr Jo Wilson (Camila Luddington).

There was confusion as to why he disappeared until he sent letters to some of his colleagues, including Jo and Dr Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) about how he had reunited with ex-wife Dr Izzie Stevens (Katherine Heigl).

He found out she had used their frozen embryos to have children after they broke up and was actually the father of five-year-old twins.

Alex is now living in Kansas with his family, leaving Jo heartbroken.

When will Grey’s Anatomy season 17 start in the UK?

Season 16 had to be cut short because of the lockdown so while it was intended to have 25 episodes, it ended up only having 21.

The next series won’t pick up from where it left either as the first two episodes will begin one month into the pandemic.

In America, these first two episodes of series 17 are going to air on Thursday, November 12, on ABC.

Unfortunately for UK fans, a release date hasn’t been announced for these new episodes.

In the UK, Grey’s Anatomy airs on Sky Witness, usually after the latest season has come to an end in America.

Sadly though, there is no set pattern as to when the series start in the UK.

On ABC, Grey’s Anatomy season 16 started on September 26, 2019, but didn’t arrive on Sky Witness until April 1, 2020.

However, the wait was much shorter for series 15 as it was initially shown in the US on September 27, 2018 and then started across the Atlantic the following month on October 24.

But the delay was slightly longer for season 14 as it started on September 28, 2017, and then came to the UK on February 14, 2018.

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So the UK start date for Grey’s Anatomy has been very unpredictable up until now.

The wait for season 16 was by far the longest but it doesn’t mean that it couldn’t happen again.

Express.co.uk will update this article once more information about the UK release date have been revealed.

A few details have now been released about the first couple of episodes.

Season 17’s first two episodes will be called All Tomorrow’s Parties and The Center Won’t Hold.

Discussing the first episode with TV Line, showrunner Krista Vernoff said: “It’s all hands on deck [and] a whole new world for our hospital and for all of our characters.”

The synopsis for the second instalment then reads: “Bailey finds herself in the middle of an argument with patients’ families as they await news about their children who were injured.”

Grey’s Anatomy is available to watch on ABC.

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