Get ready for more Shonda drama! Shonda Rhimes' production company Shondaland and ABC are teaming up for another medical drama, this time following a U.S. Army team in the Middle East.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, ABC has picked up a script for the untitled drama, written by Grey's Anatomy executive producer Zoanne Clack. The story follows a U.S. Army Medevac team operating out of an Americanized base in Baghdad in 2004. Like with Grey's, the team is bound to irritate each other, sleep around a little too much and deal with an unusually challenging work environment.
Clack is certainly well equipped to pen such a show, as she has a master's degree in public health and worked with the Center for Disease Control in international emergency medicine. She has been on Grey's Anatomy since the very first season and will executive-produce her new project alongside Rhimes and Betsy Beers.
Are you intrigued by the show's plot?
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