Giacomo Gianniotti is saying the phrases no ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ fan desires to listen to. The actor who performs Dr. DeLuca is ‘confident’ the present will finish in 2021.
Giacomo Gianniotti is spilling some heartbreaking information about Grey’s Anatomy, saying he believes the long-running ABC medical drama will come to an finish in 2021 after season 17. “At the moment, we have one more season locked in and I feel pretty confident that that’s where it’ll end, I think, from the conversations that I’ve had with people,” Giacomo, 30, advised Us Weekly. However, he additionally mentioned that nothing is about in stone proper now. “Then again, the studio and the creatives love the show and want it to go on forever.”
Even so, Giacomo, who performs Dr. Andrew DeLuca, mentioned he’s unclear about “what’s going to happen” with the way forward for Grey’s Anatomy, however he did admit that “saying next year’s the last year is stupid.” Of course, one of many the reason why the present has stayed on the air for thus lengthy is as a result of Ellen Pompeo, 50, who performs the sequence’ titular character Dr. Meredith Grey, has agreed to maintain taking part in the position. “I don’t know where Ellen stands. I think she’s still having a good time,” he advised the publication. “I think we all feel like it’s coming to a close. If the writers really feel like there’s more stories to tell, then who knows?”
The Italian-born actor defined how the present might hold going, whereas revealing that the potential concepts for future storylines are countless. “We have a formula that’s really clear. We are a show that does a lot of political commentary. We’ve got real issues and there’s no shortage of issues coming up that need to be talked about. So as far as the writers are concerned, they could write it forever because there’s not enough small people in the world who don’t have a big voice that need a megaphone. We provided that year in and year out,” he mentioned.
In May 2019, ABC introduced that the community had locked in Grey’s for seasons 16 and 17, with the present’s star Ellen agreeing to remain on as Meredith Grey. Earlier that yr, she advised our sister website TVLine, “I keep saying, ‘I’m ready to move on and I want to stop the show before the ratings go down, but the ratings never go down!” She added. “They go down a little bit, however the truth that we’re in a position to maintain our [title as ABC’s No. 1 series] is sort of [incredible]. It’s very cool to have these sort of scores and be on successful community present on this [Peak TV] panorama.”