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Let the healing begin. Primetime television's most beloved doctors return for an unprecedented season of emotional twists and turns. Relive every mesmerizing moment with ABC's Grey's Anatomy: The Complete Seventh Season.
It's a year of new beginnings for the medical team of Seattle Grace Hospital as they slowly recover from the tragedy that hit too close to home. New relationships emerge and the strongest commitments are tested in this moving 6-disc set. From successes in the operating room to mistakes in the bedroom and all the thrilling drama in between the doctors find a way to survive as long as they lean on one another.
Relive every heartbeat and get even more including the extended version of the moving Musical Event and music videos featuring the doctors like you have never seen them before- only on DVD.
Firstly, I played this on my region 2 player just out of curiosity and it didn't work, so be sure to get a multi-region player.
After the devestation of the season 6 finale, Grey's Anatomy is back as the doctors struggle to overcome the trauma of the shooting. This season includes gripping storylines including: Christina's post-traumatic stress disorder, Callie's shock pregnancy, a new love interest for Miranda, a sham marriage for Teddy, a job in Africa for Arizona, Meredith risking her career for someone she cares about, Derek trying to cure alzheimers, a heartbreaking diagnosis that threatens Chief Webber's family, a battle for chief resident and much much more!
We are also treated to a musical episode (Song Beneath the Song), a Callie-centric episode in which many of the cast show off their musical talent with memorable songs that have been used in the show's past. Sara Ramirez's (Callie Torez) performace is superb, along with Chyler Leigh (Lexi Grey), Kevin McKidd (Owen Hunt) and Chandra Wilson (Miranda Bailey) who have suprisingly good voices. Rather than go down a very cheesy jazz-hands route, the songs simply amplify the emotion of the moments. It's beautifully done.
We have more time to get to know Mercy West doctors April Kepner and Jackson Avery, two characters which grew on me considerably this season. Other additions to the cast include OBGYN Lucy Fields and the seemingly cold hearted pediatrician Robert Stark (portrayed by Peter Macnicol- Ally McBeal, Numbers).
The season ends with a few storylines really just beginning, which is slightly frustrating, but they will obviously be revisited in season 8 so we know what we have to look forward to.Read more ›
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I wasn't sure how they would handle this season after the shooting last season. I thought the show might go in the wrong direction and it would be the start of the end. This season was amazing. I thought they handled the fallout of last seasons finale really well. I love the character stories that ran throughout the season. Yang seemed to take more of a centre stage this season, which was great as she is one of my favourite characters. There are one or two tiny new characters, but I think they are more for future seasons and were added to sort of get the ball rolling on next seasons stories. Meredith had a fantastic storyline this season, which sort of came alive towards the second half. Karev centred episodes were actually my favourite. Hopefully at some point something will actually go right for him! The characters continue to get better. There was not a dull episode in the season. The musical was really funny and I think we can establish who can sing and who can't by the way Callie basically sings nearly every song. An amazing season, which can only get better next year.
This was another great season of Grey's Anatomy. In the wake of the shooting that rocked the hospital the staff are all still in various stages of shock, grief and denial.
There were a lot of strong storylines in this season so I will try to cover as many as I can in the right order.
Firstly, Christina's main storyline was interesting without dragging on for too long. I liked her interactions with Derek on the fishing trip and I liked the way she ended up returning to the hospital. (incidentally that episode was in my opinion, one of the best of the season)
The storyline that eventually causes the main finale event is another clinical trial conducted by Derek that he is assisted with by Meredith. She proceeds to move the drugs around in order to ensure that Richard's wife gets the correct drug and not a placebo. This comes to a head in the finale when Alex, in an attempt to sabotage Meredith's chances at Chief Resident, informs Dr Hunt of what she did. This results in Chief Resident going to Kepner instead of Alex (ironically Hunt said that he would have given it to Alex anyway but now no-one can trust him) This is not fully resolved by the end of the season but the likelihood of Meredith being Suspended/Fired is a very real possibility.
Another storyline I loved was Alex's Africa program which resulted in Meredith and Derek trying to adopt one of the babies after Meredith continually fails to get pregnant.
Arizona and Callie's relationship is tested to the breaking point after Arizona breaks up with Callie and leaves her in Seattle despite Callie wanting to join her on her sabbatical to Africa as a result of a prestigious grant.Read more ›
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I was so excited to get started with this series. I've grown to really love the characters and am usually caught sitting on the edge of my seat waiting to find out what happens. This series has really stepped up a gear I think because some of the previous series have been a bit slower and not so gripping (still good, but not the usual brilliance of Greys).
This time around we see some interesting storylines. Teddy gets quite an interesting story which stretches throughout the entire series so that was nice since she doesn't often get much of a look-in. Additionally, there are a couple of clinical trials going on (one of which is a dementia trial) which is interesting to see because obviously a number of the characters have a particular history with this disease.
I don't like to say too much because even the slightest things can put ideas into our heads about what's going to happen. All I'll say is that the anticipated tragedy at the end of every series is as gripping as ever. This time though guess what? The producers have really gone all out and there's a musical episode!! I know - it's exciting! Alongside that, there are a couple of other interesting episodes like one episode which is a filming of a tv show explaining the shooting from the previous series. That's a brilliant episode and you can imagine that had it been real, that's exactly what would have happened.
Overall, definitely a great series - I was laughing as much as I did in the first and second series.
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