Grey’s Anatomy It is one of the most recognized series of the moment and every day its followers expect news about upcoming episodes or updates in fiction. But although many knew about this production with its arrival at streaming platforms, the truth is that it is already a few years old. It was in 2005 when ABC Signature, Shondaland y Entertainment One Television teamed up for broadcast on the television network ABC.
And although it was a real success, its creator Shonda Rhimes He did not sit idly by and undertook new projects linked to the series to further expand this universe. Because, between 2007 and 2013, its production company issued a spin-off of the medical drama called Private Practice that starred the actress Kate Walsh.
The story revolves around the life of the doctor Addison Montgomery, the neonatal surgeon, obstetrician and gynecologist, leaving the hospital Seattle Grace and he moves to Santa Monica, Los Angeles, to start working in a private clinic with his friends from college. They came to produce 111 episodes among those who linked both series with more than one crossover throughout their seasons.
Its own creator defined it as a version of Grey’s Anatomand a lot more mature and with adult content. And it is that the problems that it addresses Private Practice they have to do with the age of their characters. For example, the divorce between Jackson (Taye Diggs) and Naomi (Merrin Dungey / Audra Mcdonald), insecurities in relationships and conflicts in their professional life.
If you don’t remember the character of Addison very well, here is a short summary: originally, she introduced herself as the doctor’s wife Derek Shepherd, for whom he returns to Seattle and receives a great emotional blow when he discovers that he has already rebuilt his life with Meredith Grey. This is picked up in the sixth season of Grey’s Anatomy, just when a family emergency forces Kate Walsh’s character to call her ex-husband and meet up with her colleagues at the clinic.
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