10 Shows 'Grey's Anatomy' Fans Will Enjoy

May 24, 2021
08:00 A.M.
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Season seventeen of the beloved medical drama may be coming to a close. Luckily, fans still have another season to look forward to as season eighteen of "Grey's Anatomy" has been confirmed to drop this fall.


"Grey's Anatomy" has over three hundred and fifty episodes and is reportedly the longest-running medical drama on primetime television. Over the years, it's amassed many fans. While there may have been uncertainty over whether or not the series would continue after season seventeen, too much relief, it's been confirmed that fans can expect more of the hit program.

In the meantime, fans of the series have some alternative shows to nibble on while they await the new season. Here are ten shows Grey's fans will enjoy.


"ER" happens to be one of the longest-running medical dramas on primetime TV. With an impressive run spanning from 1994 to 2009, the show has three hundred and thirty-one episodes and fifteen seasons.



"Scandal" may not be a medical drama like "Grey's Anatomy," but if you enjoyed the storyline of Grey's, you might likely enjoy "Scandal" since the two programs have a writer and creator in common.

'Private Practice'


For those who enjoyed and want to keep up with Addison Montgomery's story, "Private Practice" is a spin-off of "Grey's Anatomy," which ran for six seasons. The show focuses on Derek Shepherd's ex-wife Addison Montgomery.

'Killing Eve'

The BBC thriller starring Sandra Oh, who plays Cristina Yang in "Grey's Anatomy," portrays a British intelligent agent named Eve Polastri on "Killing Eve." The role has earned the actor high acclaim as Oh became the first woman of Asian descent to win multiple Golden Globes in 2019.



"House" is a classic show about an unconventional doctor named Dr. Gregory House, who operates at a New Jersey teaching hospital.

'Station 19'

This show has already had a few crossover episodes with "Grey's Anatomy," so fans might already be familiar with it. The spin-off follows Miranda Bailey's husband Ben Warren making a career move out of the medical field to become a firefighter.


'New Amsterdam'

"New Amsterdam" is based on Eric Manheimer's 2012 book titled "Twelve Patients: Life and Death at Bellevue Hospital, New Amsterdam." The series follows Dr. Maximus "Max" Goodwin, a hospital director trying to change the medical field for the better.

'How To Get Away With Murder'


While "How To Get Away With Murder" may not be centered on the medical field, it was produced by Shonda Rhimes, who also created "Grey's."


For fans who miss seeing Chyler Leigh, who played Lexie Grey in the popular medical drama, they have a chance to see the actor in a different role.

'The Surgeon's Cut'

If your more interested in the medical side of "Grey's Anatomy" instead of the drama and romance between the characters, this four-part docuseries might be right up your alley.