Kelly McCreary is closing her chapter in “Grey’s Anatomy”.
17.03.2023 - 21:05 / etonline.com
Kelly McCreary is hanging up her doctor's coat.The star will exit the long-running ABC medical drama after playing Dr. Maggie Pierce for nine seasons, ET has confirmed. McCreary's final episode as a series regular will air April 13, but she is expected to appear at least one more time before the current 19th season is over.«After nine seasons, I am saying goodbye to Maggie Pierce and her Grey Sloan family.
It has been a tremendous honor to be a part of such a legendary television institution as I will always be grateful to Shonda Rhimes, Krista Vernoff and ABC for the opportunity, and to the incredible fans for their passionate support,» McCreary said in a statement to ET. «To spend nine years exploring a character inside and out, while reaching a global audience with impactful stories, is a rare gift. It has afforded me an opportunity to collaborate with, learn from and be inspired by countless brilliant artists both in front of and behind the camera,» she continued. Playing Maggie Pierce has been one of the true joys of my life and I leave with profound gratitude for every step of this journey.
I am excited for this next chapter, and what the future holds.«Added Vernoff in a statement: »Kelly McCreary is a writer’s dream come true; brilliant, nuanced, thoughtful and kind. We will deeply miss her and her beautifully crafted Dr. Maggie Pierce.«McCreary was introduced to viewers in the second to last episode of season 10.
Kelly McCreary is closing her chapter in “Grey’s Anatomy”.
Deadline reports McCreary approached producers about her interest in pursuing opportunities outside of “Grey’s,” which lead them to plan Maggie’s Season 19 storyline as a launching pad for the character to exit the series.“Kelly McCreary is a writer’s dream come true; brilliant, nuanced, thoughtful, and kind. We will deeply miss her and her beautifully crafted Dr.
Kelly McCreary is saying goodbye to Grey’s Anatomy.
EXCLUSIVE: Grey Sloan Memorial will be losing both of Ellis Grey’s daughters this season. Kelly McCreary, who has played Maggie Pierce, Meredith Grey’s (Ellen Pompeo) half-sister and head of the hospital’s cardiothoracic surgery since the end of Season 10, is departing ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy after nine years. Her last episode as a series regular will air April 13. Like Pompeo, who is set to return for the Season 19 finale after Meredith’s big Feb. 23 sendoff, Maggie also will pop in to visit the doctors of Grey Sloan later this season, following her April 13 farewell.
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TMZ in an interview that she plans to pursue entrepreneurship and produce more TV behind the scenes. “I think it’s time to graduate from the dance floor to the stock market floor,” she said.
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a new production company, Free Food Studios.“My passions have evolved from the talk show format production and syndication model to a platform unencumbered by the traditional rules of distribution,” her statement continued. “I am truly excited to be able to introduce and develop new and upcoming epicurean talent on all platforms … Thank you to all of our ‘Rachael’ daytime show partners, crew, and affiliates, and the wonderful years we all worked together.”Rumors of the show’s demise swirled in January, as a source told Page Six, “This talk comes up every year because the show is renewed yearly.