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‘Greys Anatomy’ Set to Return for Season 17 “Soon”

“New Season Coming Soon. Thursdays on ABC”, announced the show on Tuesday via its social media platforms. This comes less than a week after the network’s president, Karey Burke, confirmed in an interview with Deadline that the show’s writers were working on the season. However, on whether there are plans for a season 18 renewal, she said, “I can’t comment any further. I’m hopeful that Grey’s Anatomy stays a part of our schedule. They certainly know that we’d like it to be part of our schedule for as long as they are interested in making more episodes.”

The Shonda Rhimes-directed medical drama is centered on the personal and professional lives of five surgical interns (now resident doctors), and their supervisors.

‘Lucifer’ Renewed for Sixth and Final Season

Netflix has confirmed it will be renewing “Lucifer” for a sixth season and final season. “Lucifer will return for a sixth and final season. like, FINAL final”, the streaming service made the announcement via its official Instagram account. It has also been confirmed that the Tom Ellis-led drama’s upcoming season 5 will premiere August 21,2020.

“Lucifer” stars Ellis in the title role of Lucifer Morningstar, a demon, who returns from hell to spend some time on Earth to better understand humanity. He settles in Los Angeles, runs a club, ends up getting involved with the local police and assists them in solving tricky criminal cases.

‘Frozen 2’ Documentary Series Trailer Released

Disney has released the trailer for Frozen 2’s documentary series titled “Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2”. The trailer will focus on the film’s behind-the-scenes of the filmmakers, artists, songwriters and cast as they open their doors to cameras showcasing the hard work, heart, and collaboration that went into creating the highly anticipated sequel.

Appearances include Kristen Bell, Sterling K. Brown, Idina Menzel and Jonathan Groff. Drew Taylor of The Collider describes the upcoming docu-series as a “thoroughly riveting and surprisingly honest look at the process of making a Disney animated feature”. The six-episode flick will premiere this Friday on Disney+.

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