The New 'Grey's Anatomy' Promo For Season 19 Honors Essential Workers Because We’re Not The Sun, They Are
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The 'Grey's Anatomy' Season 19 Promo Honors Essential Workers Because We’re Not The Sun, They Are

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The 'Grey's Anatomy' Season 19 Promo Honors Essential Workers Because We’re Not The Sun, They Are

"Grey's Anatomy" is FINALLY coming back on TV for season 19 and it's extremely exciting.

If you are a hardcore, day-one "Grey's" fan, this wait has been a tough one, especially since how the end of last season ended, don't get me started, OK?

Teasers have been circulating for season 19 for a while now, but the newest promo has our hearts just a tad more. The next season premieres on Thursday, November 12 at 8 p.m. EST.

We've all had to experience the harsh realities of the coronavirus for eight months now and it's been hard on everyone. Most of us know or are an essential worker fighting on the frontlines to help serve and save people during this pandemic and it's absolutely incredible what they give up and risk to do that.

This promo for season 19 features the "Station 19" crew and the "Grey's Anatomy" doctors and dedicates the visuals of the hard work, bravery, and selflessness to the essential workers who work every day to keep us safe.

It was a wonderful thing for ABC to do while also featuring real essential workers in the video.

Thursday Nov 12 Starting 8|7c - GreysxStation19YouTube

Meredith's voiceover in the 30-second promo with "How To Save A Life" playing in the background really gets you in your feels and ready for season 19.

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