Grey's Anatomy is officially coming back for season 16—and season 17!
ABC announced the long-running medical drama has a two-season order. Ellen Pompeo is staying put. She previously renewed her contract and added producing duties to her workload.
Along with Grey's, ABC announced Station 19 will return for a third season and How to Get Away With Murder will come back for season six.
For season three of Station 19, Grey's anatomy executive producer and showrunner Krista Vernoff will take over. In a press release, ABC said this will give fans "two hours of feels on Thursdays" while "providing seamless crossover narrative on both series."
"I'm thrilled to continue at the helm of Grey's Anatomy, and I'm honored and energized by the opportunity to run Station 19, as well. To expand upon the world Stacy McKee created, and further merge it with the world of Grey's, is an exciting challenge," Vernoff said in a statement.
Pete Nowalk is continuing to oversee How to Get Away With Murder.
"Everyone at Shondaland is thrilled that our fans' commitment to TGIT continues," Shonda Rhimes and producing partner Betsy Beers said in a joint statement. "We are so proud of Krista and Pete and the work they do. Making the choice to have Krista oversee Station 19 was easy — the creativity she brings to the Grey's Anatomy universe continues a tradition of storytelling we hold dear."
The renewal of these three Shondaland shows comes on the heels of For the People's cancellation.
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Grey's Anatomy airs Thursdays, 8 p.m. on ABC.