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'Grey’s Anatomy' Showrunner Uses Great Cristina Yang And Jo Wilson Comparison To Explain How The Show Keeps Things Fresh After 18 Seasons

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When a series has been on the air for a long time, it can become a concern that the writers will run out of new things to do with the characters and start to recycle storylines. That’s apparently a huge reason Ellen Pompeo has voiced her support to end "Grey’s Anatomy." But as the hit ABC medical drama wrapped its 18th season, showrunner Krista Vernoff has pened up about that exact issue, comparing the stories of Cristina Yang and Jo Wilson as an example to illustrate why that’s not an problem for their show going into Season 19.

Nobody’s certain of "Grey’s Anatomy’s" fate past Season 19. While Ellen Pompeo appears more than ready to leave (her character’s story about not being allowed to leave Seattle has seemed pretty meta), ABC is in no rush to lose its ratings winner. The actress has expressed concern that being on the show too long will result in them using old plotlines, but Krista Vernoff apparently doesn’t see that as a problem, and she explained to Variety how they’re able to keep things fresh.
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