Grey's Anatomy is an American medical drama television series that premiered on March 27, 2005, on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) as a mid-season replacement. The series focuses on the lives of surgical interns, residents, and attendings while balancing personal and professional relationships. Shonda Rhimes also known as Shondaland is the creator and currently executive producer and head writer of Grey's Anatomy. This show consists of 18 seasons and was recently renewed for a 19th one.
The series follows the life of Meredith Grey, the daughter of the famous general surgeon Ellis Grey, starting from her acceptance into the surgical residency program at the fictional Seattle Grace Hospital, which is later named Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. During her time as an intern, Grey works alongside fellow physicians Cristina Yang, Izzie Stevens, Alex Karev and George O'Malley, who each struggle to balance their own personal lives with hectic schedules and stressful residency requirements.
Grey's Anatomy follows the lives of surgical interns, residents, and attendings at the Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital, as the interns gradually develop into seasoned doctors through the mentoring of their residents, attendings, and chiefs of surgery. The show emphasizes the lives of these doctors as well in every season their academic development in the surgical field. Grey’s Anatomy is not only based on surgery and hospitality, it also involves the lives of these mentioned doctors like, family, friendships, relationships, and of course their position in the medical field, while also sharing nowadays problems and situations such as covid, mental health, and others. It can be as complicated as any surgery, with episodes that will make you laugh out loud, cry your eyes out and cheer its victories whether they involve saving a patient's life or sealing that kiss we've all been hungering to witness.
Here's a trailer of the show: https://youtu.be/q1pcpgREQ5c