ABC has renewed “Grey’s Anatomy” for two more seasons, which means the series will run at least through its 17th season. This year, “Grey’s Anatomy” became the longest-running medical drama of all time, surpassing the number of episodes produced by previous record holder “ER.”

ABC also renewed two other series created by Shonda Rhimes, “Station 19” and “How to Get Away with Murder,” which will enter their third and sixth seasons, respectively. “Station 19” is the second spin-off of the “Grey’s Anatomy” universe. The first, “Private Practice,” ran for six seasons from 2007-2013.

“Station 19” revolves around a group of Seattle firefighters and shares characters with “Grey’s Anatomy.” ABC recently aired a two-hour crossover episode.  “How to Get Away with Murder” still ranks as the No. 1 program at 10 p.m. on Thursdays among adults 18-34 and women 18-34.

Grey’s Anatomy gets TWO more seasons, taking it to 17 years on air


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