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'Grey's Anatomy' cast to say good-bye to season 10 as production ends

Sandra Oh and the Grey's Anatomy cast are wrapping season 10 production.
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Fans of "Grey's Anatomy" are in for some big changes on the ABC series. The end of season 10 will see the exit of three characters from the series, and this includes the exit of Sandra Oh. On April 14, Camilla Luddington revealed on her Twitter that it was her final day of filming for the current season. She stars on the series as Jo. This means the cast is wrapping the filming of the season 10 finale today.

Sandra Oh also posted a similar message on her own Twitter when she filmed her last scene with Kevin McKidd. Their on-screen couple tried to make a relationship work on this series, but in the end Cristina's career won out over love. Kevin McKidd will remain on the series, and his character will start a new journey during season 11. Cristina Yang has played a large role in the life of Owen Hunt, so his journey will be an interesting one to watch as the series moves forward.

The cast has become close throughout the years, and Sara Ramirez and Jessica Capshaw also went to their twitters to leave their own mark about the coming end of production. Ramirez retweeted Oh's message with the tag '#teamtissues.' Capshaw sent a tweet with various crying emoticons. Sandra Oh will definitely be missed by her cast.

She is not the only cast member leaving at the end of this season though. The cast will also say good-bye to Tessa Ferrer and Gaius Charles. Both arrived on the series at the start of season 9. Ferrer has already landed herself a new role too. She will be on "Extant" on CBS this summer. All three of this familiar faces on the cast will be missed by the fans, but it is clear by the reaction to Oh's tweet that the fans will definitely miss the presence of Cristina Yang on the series.

What do you think? Are you ready to say good-bye to Cristina Yang? How do you think her departure will impact the series going forward?

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