Season 16 is complemented by the drama series with Koracick, who turns Owen into a special challenge at Gray Sloan. It seems that a patient died in hospital after she fell into a construction site. Now, the sister of that woman must decide on some of the measures related to the case.
It baffles me that I don't see more people screaming from the rooftops about how well Grey's...has done at keeping its stories fresh and interesting and important while continuing to develop characters it has had on the series since the very beginning.
No one is ever going to quit expressing astonishment that Grey's Anatomy is still on the air. But if the show wants to keep itself fresh for season 16, a whole new hospital, led by Alex, of all people, is an inventive way to do that.
[What] stood out was the fan service and how it felt like the show was giving direct responses to the fandom comments and sentiments about a plethora of issues. It was amusing and annoying, somewhat tipping toward the latter.