As reports keep on twirling encompassing ABC perhaps dropping Gray’s Anatomy as opposed to restoring it for Season 18, the makers are proceeding to populate Season 17 with natural appearances from the hit show’s past. (Indeed, even while in some cases killing other long-term characters off.)
The following large return will be from Sarah Drew, whose April Kepner will be back in a restricted limit with respect to a scene broadcasting later this season. Fortunately, fans didn’t need to stand by until her scene’s debut to get a trace of April’s gathering with Jesse Williams’ Jackson Avery.
Dr. April Kepner is in the house. Not exactly seven days after news broke that Gray’s Anatomy would be inviting back previous arrangement customary Sarah Drew for a Season 17 visitor appearance, she shared an in the background photograph of herself with long-term driving man Jesse Williams, who plays Harriet’s dad, Jackson.
Watchers of the suffering ABC clinical dramatization will review that following a nine-year run as Dr. Kepner, the entertainer, and castmate Jessica Capshaw (earlier Arizona) were discounted in 2018. From that point forward, April has been said to in any case be living in Seattle with her and Jackson’s little girl, and her better half, Matthew (also known as the life partner she left at the special stepped area to run off with her now the previous companion). Having left Gray Sloan, nowadays Kepner works with EMT Matthew to give clinical consideration to Seattle’s destitute populace.
With respect to Drew, when she turned into a free specialist once more, she was projected in a couple of CBS pilots — one a reboot of Cagney and Lacey, the other The Republic of Sarah — neither of which went to the arrangement. She additionally reserved a common job in Freeform’s forthcoming spine-chiller Cruel Summer.
Until this point, there has been no word on what takes April back to Gray’s Anatomy or the scene in which she’ll show up. We might dare to dream that she has an interesting response to Jackson’s new no surprises throw with partner Jo. (It’s a hoot.)