If you think medical shows aren't gory enough, Grey's Anatomy has a finale you're bound to enjoy. The two-hour episode includes a gunman, whose identity is revealed in the video below, terrorizing the hospital. Guess who he's looking for? Watch the first 10 minutes of the finale below to find out, but be warned: the final moments include a violent death: Source & Video
OMG. Kind of a major spoiler to drop in a widely-distributed clip, ABC, but we'll take it. In a sneak peek from next week's Grey's Anatomy season finale, we learn that someone is pregnant. We're not going to say who it is in this space, just in case you want to go into this two-hour finale event (see intense promos) without any expectations or clues as to what happens. If you want, it won't be longer than 9:02 Thursday. As far as we know, this is the intro to the first half of the finale, "Sanctuary." The second half is called "Death and All His Friends." To see who's carrying a Grey's Anatomy baby, watch .... To Read More Click Here .
"Did that really just happen?" That's what you may be yelling at your TV screen on Thursday, May 20 after watching the season finale of Grey's Anatomy . The two-hour finale finds a gunman terrorizing the hospital, claiming the lives of several beloved characters. For once, taking that old adage of "no one is safe" lightly is not an option. Here are the five things you should know about the season finale. (Warning: Spoilers galore): 1. A shooter rampages through the hospital, gunning for surgeons. 2. No, the promos are not misleading you: Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) is pregnant. 3. It's a huge episode for Cristina (Sandra Oh) and Meredith as they become more adult in their decisions and actions. 4. There will be many deaths, including those of people you know. 5. Amidst all the death, there will be a happy ending for a fan-favorite couple. Source Here
Viewer discretion advised. You don't often hear those three words at the end of a promo for Grey's Anatomy, but for next week's season finale, ABC feels they apply - and probably for good reason. A crazed gunman on the loose will do that. Divided into two episodes - "Sanctuary" and "Death and All His Friends" - the two-hour finale certainly does qualify as a game-changer. Here's the first promo for it ... Source & Preview