Once a doctor, always a doctor. Sarah Drew made it clear that his appearance in season 17 on Grey’s Anatomy for Dr. April Kepner might not have been his last salvation.
“Absolutely,” said Drew, 41. entertainment tonight in an interview published on Saturday, March 5, while promoting his Lifetime movie Stolen by Their Father.
the cruel summer the star last visited Gray Sloan Memorial briefly before his co-star jesse williams‘ released in 2021. His character, Dr. Jackson Avery, and April had divorced years earlier. Freshly broken up with paramedic Matthew Taylor (Justin Bruning), April and Jackson moved to Boston with their daughter. It wasn’t just a happy ending for the fictional doctors.
“It was a great experience. It was so warm, welcoming,” Drew recalled. “It felt like a looping moment to wrap up my story in a way that I honestly didn’t know I needed.”
Although she is not guest starring in season 18, which is currently airing on ABC, the Christmas Pen pals the actress wouldn’t turn down a role for next year – if Shondaland offered it to her. The medical drama has officially been renewed for season 19.
“Grey’s Anatomy will always have my heart”, the Everwood alum added. “They will always be my family, so I never rule that stuff out.”
Although she and Williams, 40, no longer share the small screen, they remain friends. The New York native has her fingers crossed for the chance to see Williams make her Broadway debut in take me out Later this year.
“It’s funny. Last week my son had winter break and I took him to New York to visit his family and see shows. And on our way to pick up tickets for Aladdin , we passed by Jesse’s theater, so I went to take a little selfie and texted her! HEY. “I’m like, ‘Are you in the theater right now?’ And he’s like, ‘Oh my God!’ I hope I can make it happen, I hope my schedule allows me to see it shine.
Drew already said We exclusively how she loved filming her last scenes with the Small fires everywhere actor.
“I had an absolute pleasure working with Jesse again,” she said in April 2021. “We have such a great working relationship and such a wonderful friendship, and it’s so easy. It’s so easy to act with him. We had so many years to shoot. We know how each other works. We know how to support each other in a scene. We know how to talk through something. We know how to be each other’s cheerleaders. others.