Much as we love Grey's Anatomy and much as we don't want to imagine our favorite TV doctors not lighting up our screens every Thursday night, all good things must come to an end. Yes, one day Grey's will end — we just don't know when.
ABC renewed the long-running medical drama for Season 11 earlier this month, and now we're wondering: For how much longer should the show run? Should Season 11 be the show's big farewell?
On one hand, though the show peaked commercially — and, arguably, creatively — around Seasons 2 and 3, the show still maintains great ratings and good drama.
With the feud and eventual reunion between Cristina (Sandra Oh) and Meredith (Ellen Pompeo), the rekindling of the relationship between Jackson (Jesse Williams) and April (Sarah Drew), and the saving of the marriage between Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona (Jessica Capshaw), Season 10 may have been the best season in recent years — with the ratings to match.
But can Shonda Rhimes & Co. keep up the quality as the show begins its second decade? We've learned to never underestimate Shonda, but the smartest TV showrunners schedule their shows' swan songs long before said shows lose their dignity.
So now we put the question to you: Is it time to pull the plug on Grey's Anatomy? Should Season 11 be the last season? Cast your vote with those big blue buttons below.
Grey's Anatomy Season 11 airs this fall.