‘Grey’s Anatomy’ season 17 episode 6 sees Meredith recover a bit, only to fall back worse due to COVID. This week’s episode concludes the ‘Station 19’ crossover storyline, where a human trafficker is injured in a fire and is brought into Grey Sloan. Andrew consoles Bailey, who is still mourning her mother’s loss. Richard initiates “surge capacity protocols”, while Koracick watches another patient succumb to COVID. Teddy tells Owen the truth about her affair with Allison. You can read the full recap in a bit. First, let’s take a look at what ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ season 17 episode 7 has in store for us.
Grey’s Anatomy Season 17 Episode 7 Release Date
‘Grey’s Anatomy’ season 17 is on a winter hiatus following episode 6. Season 17 episode 7 is scheduled to drop on March 4, 2021, at 9 p.m ET and 8 p.m CT on ABC. Yes, we know that seems too far away, but all we can do is wait with bated breath as the show’s spring premiere draws closer.
Where to Watch Grey’s Anatomy Season 17 Episode 7 Online?
You can catch ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ season 17 episode 7 on ABC on the date and time mentioned above. If you don’t want to watch it on TV as it airs, you can also watch the episode later on ABC’s official website or mobile app as long as you have a valid cable provider’s credentials. Specific episodes can be watched on Hulu and rented or purchased and then streamed on-demand on Amazon Prime Video. People who’ve ditched the cable can stream the episode live if you have a subscription to YouTube TV, Fubo TV, or Direct TV. The first 16 seasons of the show are available on Netflix if you haven’t watched them or want to rewatch them.
Grey’s Anatomy Season 17 Episode 7 Spoilers
Since Episode 7 is still quite some time away, ABC has yet to provide an official synopsis for the spring premiere episode. All we can say for certain is that the next episode of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ will show us how Meredith is doing after she was placed on a ventilator because of COVID.
Grey’s Anatomy Season 17 Episode 6 Recap
Owen and Amelia grudgingly save the life of a human trafficker. Andrew identifies another member of the human trafficking ring in the parking lot of Grey Sloan and persuades Carina to help him follow the human trafficker. Maggie laments the fact that Black people are treated as disposable by the flawed system. Seattle Presbyterian is at full capacity so Richard institutes “surge capacity protocols” at Grey Sloan as all the new patients of the other hospital are sent to Grey Sloan for treatment. Richard also tells Teddy that she needs to clean up her messes and take stock of her life.
Teddy comes clean to Owen about her involvement with Allison. Meredith wakes up, gets an update on her kids and patients, and looks like she is on the road to recovery. But later that night, her stats sink low and Meredith has to be put on the ventilator.
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