Grey’s Anatomy is an American television medical drama currently showing on Star Times’ Fox Television on weekdays. The series focus on the lives of surgical interns and residents, as they gradually evolve into seasoned doctors, while trying to maintain personal lives.
Grey’s Anatomy is about the lives of surgical interns and residents at the fictional Seattle Grace Mercy West Hospital. Each season tends to represent the physicians’ fiscal year, with each completed year qualifying the residents at a level higher in the surgical field. Each season will always end with a finale, typically involving a tragic event such as a death or character departure.
The residents initially arrive at the hospital each morning and dispute with one another over who will attain a certain patient. A hospital superior is in charge of assigning cases, often traversing to tense feelings between the residents and superiors.
The five characters, who are first introduced in the series premiere, as surgical interns, are Meredith, the hardcore Karev, the insecure O’Malley, the cheerful Stevens, and the “no-nonsense” Yang. They are initially mentored by Bailey, a senior resident who becomes the hospital’s Chief Resident and later an attending general surgeon, in season six.
The series was created to be racially diverse, utilizing a color-blind casting technique.