Fans were disappointed in 2020 when the Season 17 premiere of Grey’s Anatomy was postponed for several months following significant production delays linked to the coronavirus pandemic. So far, the season has fortunately been worth the wait. And now, viewers will soon be able to stream the latest episodes. For those who haven’t watched the new season yet, or for super fans wanting to relive their favorite moments, here’s some good news: Grey’s Anatomy Season 17 is direction Netflix as soon as possible.
Instead of its usual September premiere date, the Season 17 first episode only aired in mid-November, with the season finale airing in early June. But the coronavirus pandemic not only changed the schedule for season 17, it also shortened season 16 by four episodes. Thankfully, it looks like fans can finally hope for a return to normalcy. Netflix typically airs the final season of Grey’s Anatomy one month after the season finale aired, as in previous years. And this year is no exception as Season 17 is slated to hit Netflix on Saturday, July 3.
But before jumping into the final season, fans might want a quick refresher on Season 16. Grey’s Anatomy style, the season has been an emotional roller coaster and covered a ton of ground, including Bailey’s heart-wrenching miscarriage, Teddy’s annulled marriage, and a love triangle between Meredith, Cormac and Andrew. The season also saw the departure of longtime character Alex Karev following the release of Justin Chambers, a storyline that most viewers weren’t happy with.
But Season 17 should make up for that as fans have a lot to look forward to, including the return of a beloved former actor, as well as the arrival of Covid-19 to Gray Sloan, among other storylines. The final season also features Meredith on the beach. A lot.
While some fans were convinced Grey’s Anatomy It could end with season 17, ABC renewed the drama for season 18. And although the show doesn’t return until fall 2021, viewers can stream season 17 (or you know, rewatch the entire series for the millionth time). ) on Netflix in the meantime.