Caterina Scorsone, a series vet, believes the influx of five (count em, five) cast additions for Season 19 of Greys Anatomys is both exciting and stunning.
A quintet of first-year surgical residents will take over the Grey Sloan Memorial this fall, as announced in recent weeks. You have Adelaide Kane (Reign) as Jules Millin, who was raised by drug addled artists/hippies and somehow became the only real grown-up in the family, as well as Harry Shum Jr. (Glee) as Daniel Blue Kwan, a smart-witted, impatient, and brilliant resident who is generous by nature but competitive to a fault.
Niko Terho, who starred opposite Greys Jake Borelli in the 2020 Freeform film The Thing About Harry, who is determined to prove himself as a surgeon (just like many others in his family that have come before him), and Midori Francis (Sex Lives of College Girls) as Mika Yasuda, a middle child with eight siblings who is used to being ignored and undervalued (and uses it to her advantage).
Alexis Floyd (Inventing Anna) plays Simone Griffin, a high-achieving and whip-smart young woman who grew up in Seattle but never intended to work at Grey Sloan due to a painful personal history with the hospital.
The classic cast is ready and revving. The new cast additions are exciting and stunning, inside and out. Here we go.
Caterina Scorsone (@caterinatweets) on the 31st of July, 2022.
Scorsone, who plays Amelia, tweeted on Saturday night that she had the season premiere script in hand and was memorizing her lines, before adding, "The classic cast is ready and revving. The new cast members are exciting and beautiful. Inside and out.
Are you as interested in the second injection (transfusion?) of new blood for Greys Anatomy Season 19?