Season 13 of “Grey’s Anatomy” is about to start off very intensely. When the show returns on January 19 after being gone for two months, it looks like answers to some questions from the mid-season premiere are not yet going to be given out. Instead, viewers should brace themselves as three doctors are headed to jail.
Spoiler alert! This article contains “Grey’s Anatomy” spoilers. Read on if you would like to know what happens next before the next episode airs.
As the show goes from a hospital setting to a jail setting, viewers can expect more trouble for our favourite doctors. This holds more truth for those who are going to jail, none of them being Alex Karev. Jessica Capshaw had warned earlier that the script read alone left the actresses terrified on what is about to come.
The official Twitter account hints at someone getting convicted of a felony. It also shows three doctors, still in uniforms, already behind bars. Later on, hints are thrown that the suspect could be headed for a life sentence if things take a dark turn.
In ABC’s official press release, Arizona, Bailey and Jo will be headed to a maximum security women’s prison so that they could treat a 16-year-old pregnant woman and her unborn baby. Nothing is said about the murder and conviction which was hinted about in the social media teaser. [See PHOTOS 1, 2, 3, 4]
This episode will also feature a guest appearance from Jasmin Savoy Brown as Amanda. Followers of the series “The Leftovers” might recognize her as Evie Murphy, who was a major character in the second season. She is also seen in some of the promotional photos for season 13 episode 10 .
Spoilers are still quite cryptic on what is about to come to the characters of “Grey’s Anatomy.” However, fans can rest assured that they are headed for a lot of drama and that the unanswered quest ions will be addressed very soon .
This upcomin g episode of “Grey’s Anatomy,” titled “You Can Look But You’d Better Not Touch, ” will air on January 19 at 8:00 p.m. on ABC. In Australia, the show airs on Channel Seven.