The doctors of Grey Sloan are checking in for at least two more seasons. ABC announced Friday that Shondaland's groundbreaking medical drama Grey's Anatomy has been renewed for Seasons 16 and 17. The news isn't surprising given the show's consistently strong ratings, which top Thursday nights with an average of more than 6 million viewers per week, but it's still an impressive feat nonetheless.
The network also revealed that Station 19 has secured a third season and that How to Get Away with Murder will return for Season 6, ensuring that this current TGIT lineup will remain intact next year.
Grey's, which is currently airing its 15th season, reached a major milestone in February when it surpassed ER to become the longest-running medical drama in TV history. The monumental season also saw Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) finally open her heart to love again with DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti), and welcomed the hunky ortho god Link (Chris Carmack) into an already stacked roster of unbelievably good-looking surgeons. Plus, Season 15 featured the return of Owen's sister Megan (Abigail Spencer), who roasted her big bro over his disastrous handling of Teddy's (Kim Raver) pregnancy, as well as the on-screen debut of the late Derek Shepherd's (Patrick Dempsey) elusive fourth sister Kathleen (Amy Acker).
Grey's Anatomy wraps Season 15 on Thursday, May 16 at 8/7c, followed by Station 19 at 9/8c, on ABC.