‘Grey’s Anatomy’: Will Meredith Really Go to Prison? – Showbiz Cheat Sheet

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Season15 of Grey’s Anatomy took viewers on a truly wild ride. After spending the entire season slowly building up Meredith Grey’s budding relationship with Andrew DeLuca, the show took a dark turn at the very end. In order for her uninsured patient to get a much-needed surgery, Dr. Grey commits insurance fraud. Her ruse is found out by some insurance inspectors, but her boyfriend DeLuca steps up and ends up taking the fall, going to jail for his troubles. In the final moments of the season, Grey visited DeLuca in prison and resolved to get him out of jail. Now that Season 16 is on the horizon, fans are speculating whether or not Grey will make good on her promise and what could end up happening to the beloved character. How realistic is ‘Grey’s Anatomy’? Ellen Pompeo | Mitch Haaseth via Getty Images Fans love Grey’s Anatomy for the dramatic, riveting storylines and the interaction between the characters. They certainly don’t tune in for the realism – and that’s a good thing because Grey’s Anatomy is actually one of the least-accurate medical dramas on television. The show has been slammed by real doctors for the way that the show ....

The show focuses on rare or unusual ailments instead of the more common complaints like flu, sinus infections, or broken limbs. Some hospital residents have spoken out about how unrealistic Grey’s is, saying that in reality, residents would be fired for making the kinds of mistakes that the staff routinely makes without consequences in Grey’s Anatomy.  Could Meredith Grey end up in jail? With all that being said, and the knowledge that Grey’s Anatomy takes a lot of dramatic liberties, viewers are still on edge about the possibility of Meredith Grey going to prison in season 16 Popsugar recently did a writeup about the odds of Grey ending up in jail, and the results were interesting. It seems likely that the show will feature Grey taking responsibility and owning up to her falsehood. Still, it doesn’t seem that Grey would ever actually end up in prison for it. The article pointed out several situations where characters did something wrong, admitted to it, and then ended up not suffering any real repercussions. The same could definitely happen to Meredith Grey. After all, she did commit fraud, but she did it for the right reasons, helping a patient, which means that she ....

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