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Grey's Anatomy

Grey’s Anatomy Web Series ‘Seattle Grace: Message of Hope’ Launches

Can’t get enough Grey’s Anatomy? Well, we can now see more of our favorite Seattle Grace surgeons in a new Grey’s web series ABC has launched. It looks like Shonda’s trying to stay hip to the times. ABC announced the new series, entitled Seattle Grace: Message of Hope, will stream online after each new Grey’s Anatomy episode airs on ABC from October 14th to November 25th. Kevin Mckidd (Dr. Owen Hunt) directed the six mini-episodes, which are 2-4 minutes in length each, and Shonda Rhimes proudly said he did a “wonderful job.” Rhimes adds, “The webisodes mainly follow Richard as he’s been tasked to come up with a way to restore the hospital’s public image after the shootings. You’ll see him working with his doctors to create ‘sizzle reels’ for the hospital. The results are pretty hilarious. I hope our fans will enjoy seeing the characters they’ve come to love in a new light.”

It sounds like the webisodes will bring back some comedy to Grey’s in light of the aftermath of the Season 6 shootout and is most likely inspired by the documentary-style episode of Grey’s Anatomy set to air this season. Check out ABC.com to catch the first webisode in the series.

Source: ABC.com


10.16.2010 / 12:07 AM EDT by Mariella Mosthof
Related: Grey's Anatomy, Gossip, Shonda Rhimes, Kevin McKidd, Richard Webber

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