The thirteenth season of Grey's Anatomy concludes with a final enough adrenaline, the right amount of emotion and tragedy but also some gaps in writing that, sincerely, I did not expect.
Missing two episodes per season finale of Grey's Anatomy and already now we could see the first hints of a storyline that will culminate in the final and, definitely, continue to grow in the fourteenth season.
After a decent time when Grey's has turned its attention to more or less normal life events (Although according to its particular parameters), leaving behind natural disasters and shootings, This week the series surprised us with a heart-pounding episode worthy of his most epic moments.
After the death of Diane last episode, It was predictable that this week was dedicated to the mourning of Maggie and upon his return to everyday life; and as Dr. Pierce is the most balanced of the sisters, She also has its difficulties.
C ’ is a reason why there are episodes-filler: need to lower the level of adrenaline in the Viewer, to make them relax so they can rest and collect physical and mental energies to better address what comes next.
For the twelfth time Grey's Anatomy concludes its season, This year ’ a season of rebirth that surprised everyone: for the first time without Derek, instead of sinking Grey's has found new life, Meredith a new light and the ratings rose as did not happen for years.
A much-awaited episode thanks to promo that anticipated two marriage proposals, resulting in speculations from fans.
An episode to catch my breath, to put temporarily paused all tragedies and revolutions in progress and look at it with some perspective. At least until the final JAB.
After twelve years Grey's Anatomy show can still play very well his cards, and it does so without inventing weird stuff to try and impress, but with one of his classic moves: the romantic/emotional clifffhanger.