The COVID-19 epidemic has thrown a lot into television and film production this year. Many shows had to be canceled before their seasons were folded in the spring, while others have long delayed filming.
When these series could begin filming again, they had to make big changes. It seems that many shows wanted to deal with the current world situation in some way. Ana Graytomy had an easier time operating COVID-19 into the show’s plot, as he is already hospitalized.
As it turns out, fans aren’t too fond of this season …
‘Gray’s Anatomy’: The focus of COVID-19 is too much for many viewers
It seemed to be okay – a global pandemic like the plot line of a hospital TV series. Everyone wears surgical masks and a gown all the time anyway, so they don’t even have to make those adjustments. So what’s the problem?
The problem is that fans just don’t like the entire COVID-19 focus taken over by one of their favorite shows. They feel the pandemic is all around them in everyday life, and they have to see it unopened in a fictional world just banging too close to home.
One of the main reasons people watch these shows is to flee from reality for a while, not to be lowered down the neck at their rest.
Anatomy Gray has been so focused on the pandemic this season that not much else has happened. Not only is it depressing, it ‘s also a bit boring. Fans have been debating with a long wind about how COVID-19 is ruining everyone’s life.
As if that ‘s not enough, they also have to watch as the show’ s main protagonist, Meredith Gray, sits in a hospital bed and shrinks away from the virus.
Several fans have embraced it Reddit to share their thoughts on this season, and many agree that it is just too much.
One Redditor said “If I wanted to see the effects of the pandemic, I just look around, we are already seeing it. I can’t watch Grays fleeing anymore … I’m so obsessed with this pandemic and I hate to see it get into my favorite TV show too. ”
‘Gray’s’ has dealt with many fascinating subjects in the past
Anatomy Gray the stranger to catchy story lines. The folks from Gray Sloan Memorial have been put through the string over and over again, and it seems like some of them have nine lives, like a cat.
Fans have to watch the heart deaths of several main characters. Sweet and lovable Denny Duquette was fighting like hell for a new heart, just to be brought down by a blood clot that caused a stroke. His favorite George O’Malley was hit by a bus when he pushed a woman out of the path of the oncoming vehicle.
Everyone’s favorite neurosurgeon, Derek Shepherd (aka McDreamy) has died after a tragic accident with a tractor.
As well as the many deaths of main characters, Anatomy Gray has been full of other accidents. April and Jackson lost their baby a few hours after giving birth. Cristina was left at the altar. Arizona and Callie were in a horrific car accident while Callie was pregnant. The hospital has also been affected by hurricanes, explosions, and earthquakes.
This all compares to the heroine of the show, Meredith Gray, has been ahead in the last 16 seasons. She survived a plane crash, a hospital burn, and nearly drowned. She was also struck by a patient so badly that she died.
She had a miscarriage, followed by a bloody share in a hospital elevator during a power outage. Early in the series, when she bought a dog to help her get over Derek (who she learned to marry), the dog died of cancer. Seriously – what else could they do to this poor woman?
‘Gray’s Anatomy’: What’s it for the rest of season 17?
While the fans feel that this season has been very depressing so far, Gray’s creators promise that not all focus will be negative. Krista Vernoff, the show’s executive producer, says “There is a lot to tell about COVID, but not about death and despair.”
She also says they will honor the heroes on the front line, and that fans can expect some humor and romance this season.