Grey’s Anatomy is a medical drama that encompasses the professional and personal lives of interns and residents as they strive to become surgeons. The beginning of the series focuses on one intern, Meredith Grey, who is taking part in the residency program at Seattle Grace Hospital. Throughout the seasons the backgrounds, and aspirations of the characters are explored, while following their present day lives. The series is based off of the doctors everyday lives, but concerns itself mostly with their personal lives, using their professional lives as a backdrop to character development. The medical cases aid the plot of the series most often by the patients saying things that relate back to the dilemmas the characters are going through. This along with the relationships between colleagues connects work to personal life, often mixing professional and private relationships into one.
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