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News in Brief: Grey’s Anatomy Makes Television History

By: Sarah Marble/Content Editor

On February 28th, 2019, ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” is set to mark history as the longest-running medical drama. As the 332nd episode of the series will air, Grey’s Anatomy will surpass the previous 331 episodes of the television show ER. During the 15 seasons of Grey’s, the show has won a total of 71 awards and has had 219 nominations.

Some students at Blue Ridge are fans of the show and have some input on how they feel about how far Grey’s has come.

Sophomore, Marissa Derrick is a five-year fan of the show. When asked how she got involved in watching the show, she stated, “My grandma and I used to watch it together when I was younger, and ever since I’ve been hooked.”

Derrick expresses that the series is definitely a great show to get into as it is filled with “ups and downs, and it always has little plot twists to keep you interested.”

In response to the show becoming the longest-running medical drama, Derrick says, “It’s awesome. Honestly I couldn’t imagine a better show becoming the longest-running medical drama.”

Another Blue Ridge student, Madison Swisher, is a six-year fan. She was explaining that she saw the show on Netflix and at the time she was interested in becoming a surgeon and loved anything medical.

Swisher also highly recommends the show stating, “I would definitely recommend this show to anyone and everyone. It has a lot of true facts and it has the drama everyone needs. I think it’s amazing because you never get bored with it. It has plot twists and cliff hangers, it makes me emotional in all the good ways, and overall the show is a 100%. 10/10.”

The record breaking episode of Grey’s Anatomy is set to air tonight at 8 pm on ABC! Be sure to tune in and watch!

 

 

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Sarah Marble
Sarah Marble
Sarah Marble is a senior and a second year journalism student. She enjoys spending her time giving back to others. She values being involved in her community and school as an active leader. After graduating high school, she will be attending Penn State College of Nursing to earn a Bachelor´s Degree in nursing to become a Registered Nurse.
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