Grey’s Anatomy Season 16 Jackson Is Alive in season, Jaggie Dead?
Finally, the wait is over, yes, all the Grey’s Anatomy fans will be amazed to know that he is alive. Most of the people were worried about Jackson Avery especially after Jesse Williams signed the contract regarding working in the 16th and the 17th season.
All the fans were confused that, is Jackson dead or what has happened to him. After getting the confirmation from the channels that he is alive, ever one especially his fans are happy a lot. In the promo os the 16th season, there were such ambiguous aspects that were not making clear about the life or death of the Hero. But now everything is crystal clear. Soon he is coming with the question that “relationship with Maggie going to survive.”
It stated, and according to the sources as well, it expects that Jesse Williams will not see in some of the episodes of the season 16 and season 17. This is because he is busy with his schedule of upcoming Broadway debut that will release in this spring 2020. Additionally, this debut was the primary reason that was raising questions on his entry in the 16th season.
In the 16th season, the first episode will be aired on 26th September 2019, Thursday. According to the details available, the first episode titled as Nothing Left to Cling To. It will broadcast on ABC. The first episode will be seen as addressing the last episode of the 15rth season, i.e. “Jump Into the Fog.” Fans will feel like in the 16th season the story of the 15th season continues.
As per ABC give the details, Meredith (Ellen Pompeo), Richard (James Pickens Jr.) and Alex (Justin Chambers) were facing a lot of consequences after the time when they fired by Bailey (Chandra Wilson) from the Grey Sloan. The primary reason behind firing them was insurance fraud.
When Jackson got disappeared in the fog, he helped a man who was in a dangerous situation. He disappeared because of the clashes that occurred between his and Maggie (Kelly McCreary) relationship. On the other hand, Tom Koracick (Greg Germann) starts handling new and significant responsibilities at the hospital that throw the doctors for a loop.