Grey’s most recent Anatomy episode was a farewell to two favoured characters, one higher than predicted.
Jackson Avery (Jesse Williams) and Dr Thomas Koracick (Greg Germann) left in the newest instalment, and fans asked if a possible spinoff was on their cards with the previous exit set up in advance.
Speaking about his departure to TVLine, he clarified that the decision to quit was “a joint matter,” and the creative team wants to “run out the bubble” and allow it to experience life’s ups and downs outside of its comfort zone.
But this does not necessarily mean, as Jesse said, that we will continue on this journey with a new show, “We’re going to watch. I am not completely sure. I’m not completely sure. Some of me is forced to come to the wilderness and do something new, so I’m very excited to do that.”
That said, I’m very proud of the work I made in this world and the character I have created.” That would be a fascinating, meaty spinoff with highly talented actors in a world that I can’t see mirrored in television, so far as diversity in medicine is concerned and how the medical system affects our lives. I don’t cheat it. We’re going to see, therefore.”
Outside Grey’s Jesse was used in a dramatic reinventing of the action, Take Me Out before the pandemic struck, and in the video game Detroit: Become Human and NBA 2K1, the film Cabin in the Woods.
Season of Grey’s Anatomy is 17 on ABC in the USA, with episodes also available at NOW. Sky Witness in the UK. Disney+ streams from seasons 1-16.