TV FANatic: Grey’s Anatomy causes me the “Greys”


Krysta Robles, Columnist

Grey’s Anatomy is the cause of my death, to be honest. It’s such a good show and I am in love with every single character even though they can be quite stupid at times. Now, it has 12 seasons, which, by the way, is a lot of seasons a show could have. But it is understandable as to why it has so many seasons; however, I am only on season 10 and I am only just one person. I am obsessed with Grey’s Anatomy and I am not even sorry about it.

It has caused me so much pain because it’s such an amazing and sad show because so many people die, both patients and doctors. It’s an amazing show, really.

I may only be on the 10th season, but I know I will be getting to the finish line pretty quick. My family tells me I’m too obsessed with TV shows, aka Grey’s Anatomy, but I really don’t care because it’s the best thing ever. The plot and the creator herself have caused me to have to have a connection with the actors and characters. Shonda Rhimes, the creator, has done a wonderful job with Grey’s Anatomy.

The characters have touched me in a way no other TV show characters have. There is so much dimension into this characters – they are so well brought up and they are like actual humans who make mistakes. Because us actual people make more mistakes than we do good and that’s totally okay.

My favorite characters are obviously MerDer, which is Meredith Grey and Derek Shepherd. They are amazing together and standalone. I love the character’s dynamics, why they do this and why they do that. Why did they choose to become a doctor? It all gets explained throughout the seasons.

In all honesty, each season gets better and better. This is such a great show, to be honest. It’s not just about doctors falling in love – it does have twists and deaths. However, it does sometimes get really sad, like extremely sad. I get sad all the time and cry sometimes. It stresses me out sometimes because I’m usually just screaming or crying hysterically at my computer/phone/TV. It’s bad – extremely. But, I mean, why won’t you be crying or screaming when your favorite character dies or gets extremely hurt? I died. I seriously died.

Grey’s Anatomy is something I could never get tired of; there is a lot of different concepts each episode and it’s not just some show about hot doctors. It’s not – there is death, there is action, there is love, and there is loss. It contains a lot of things shows sometimes struggle to accomplish. If you have or find a way to watch Grey’s Anatomy don’t pass up on it. You seriously wont regret (binge) watching it. I binged watched 10 seasons and I still have yet to get tired of it.

It is a 5-star show. 10/10 would recommend.