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10 Photos From The Grey’s Anatomy Set

Grey's Anatomy

 

Last month, I got the pleasure of touring the Grey’s Anatomy set with ABC and Disney! This is huge, Grey’s is in it’s 10th season and is considered one of the greatest TV shows of this decade. “The doctors of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital deal with life-or-death consequences on a daily basis-it’s in one another that they find comfort, friendship and, at times, more than friendship. Together they’re discovering that neither medicine nor relationships can be defined in black and white. Real life only comes in shades of grey.”

 

It’s pretty neat to be able to see what it’s like where they film the shows we all love. I met Jessica Capshaw who plays”Arizona Robbins” and Sarah Drew who plays “April Kepner”, also Justin Chambers, “Dr. Alex Karev” and Camilla Luddington, “Dr. Josephine ‘Jo’ Wilson” stopped by to say hello. It was pretty awesome to be able to visit the studio where it all happens. The set looks so real, like a hospital with real medical equipment that you would really visit. Take a look at these photos from my visit to the Grey’s Anatomy set, such an unforgettable experience!

 

10 Photos From The Grey’s Anatomy Set at ABC Studios

 

Our beautiful tour guide, Jessica Capshaw. She was so sweet!

 

Jessica Capshaw, Grey's Anatomy Set

 

 

I love the real living room, looks so cozy and has lots of baby stuff. I remember seeing a few scenes shot here on the show.

 

Grey's Anatomy Set, Living Room

 

I love the personal touch on the refrigerator, pictures of Meredith and Derek’s new baby and cute drawings by Zola.

 

Grey's Anantomy set, baby pictures and drawings on the refrigerator

 

A look inside Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital, where the action happens!

 

Grey's Anatomy set, Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital

 

Hospital wardrobe is kept on a rack behind the scenes.

 

Grey's Anatony Set, Behind the scenes wardrobe

 

There are a variety of real-life-looking props that the Grey’s team uses on set. I know that it’s a hospital, but the artificial lungs and intestines were a sight to see!

 

Grey's Anatomy set, hospital prop table

 

The official Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital sign

 

Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital Sign on Greys Anatomy Set

 

Dr. Alex Karev’s old hospital identification badge. The props lady keeps everything.

 

Grey's Anatomy Set, Dr. Alex Karev hospital name tag

 

We got to sit with a few of the cast members for a personal interview. Here is Sarah Drew, she is so sweet and has a little one of her own.

 

Grey's Anatomy set visit, Interview with Sarah Drew

 

Just a little camaraderie between Grey’s cast members

 

Grey's Anatomy set visit, Sarah Drew, Justn Chambers, Camilla Luddington

photo: Leanette, Teach Me 2 Save

 

Be sure to catch Grey’s Anatomy, Thursdays at 9/8 central on ABC. They don’t have tons of fans for no reason!

 

Follow along with Grey’s Anatomy online…

 

ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy Website: http://abc.go.com/shows/greys-anatomy

Grey’s Anatomy on Twitter: @GreysABC

Grey’s Anatomy of Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GreysAnatomy

 

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This is not a compensated event. Travel, lodging and other logistics provided by Disney.

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  • This is possibly one of the coolest blog posts I’ve ever read about! I’ve never missed an episode of this show and I think this is just so neat you not only got to visit the set, but got to meet a few cast members! How awesome.

  • aahh this is so cool! I have loved the show since the beginning and loved seeing these pics! Totally jealous!

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