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‘Grey's Anatomy’ news roundup: Sandra Oh talks therapy, season 11 writing begins

Sandra Oh played Cristina Yang on Grey's Anatomy
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Fans of “Grey’s Anatomy” have pondered many questions since the season finale of the popular ABC show. The upcoming season 11 has fans considering how many changes will be introduced after Dr. Cristina Yang has left the hospital. While most fans are excited to see what happens, there are a few skeptics that are sure life will not go on after Sandra Oh’s exit. Apparently, Sandra Oh is struggling with the decision to leave the show too. According to WetPaint on Wednesday, the popular actress got a therapist to help her the change.

Sandra Oh definitely was a staple of the show, but made a decision to move on. As with any big change, sometimes extra encouragement from others is needed and Sandra got help from her friends and a therapist. The star opened up about her help after the season finale and it seems to have helped her.

The days of “Grey’s Anatomy” might be numbered if the ratings of upcoming season don’t keep high. ABC renewed the long-running medical drama for Season 11 earlier this month, but fans worry that this might be the last season. Apparently the writers of the show know the pressure and are already getting started. According to Ecumenical News on Tuesday, the writers are already back working on the possible story arcs for next season.

As everyone knows “Grey’s Anatomy” is a fictional account of a hospital full of doctors. While that might sound realistic, the show is under fire for their portrayal of organ donating. According to Inquisitor on Wednesday, the show depicts doctors as vultures, eager to transplant organs from their patients. Keeping in mind that the show only offers 60-minutes of programming, it’s hard to understand why people would assume the show should be the absolute example of how physicians would act.

The upcoming season 11 of “Grey’s Anatomy premieres on ABC in September.