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Grey’s Anatomy Season 18: Kate Walsh is returning to the medical drama

Dr Addison Montgomery is scrubbing back in, adding one more to the list of characters who returned to the show

Samayeshwari Vithaspa
Sep 03, 2021
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Still of Kate Walsh in Grey's Anatomy

Kate Walsh took to social media recently to announce her return to one of the longest running TV series, Grey’s Anatomy. She took over the social media page of the medical drama and made her revelation, ‘Addison’ style.

Grey’s Anatomy became a talked-about show during the pandemic since they started airing Season 17. Almost every character who either left the show or was killed off returned to the medical drama either in the dreams of Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) or to the Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital. Ranging from her dead husband Derek Shepherd (Patrick Dempsey) to the living ones like April Kepner (Sarah Drew), fans were enthralled to watch their favourite characters return to the show.

Dr Addison Montgomery, a neonatal surgeon, was one of the left-out characters since she departed Grey’s Anatomy to star in her own spin-off of the medical drama, Private Practice. Her character made a huge impact on the show when she entered the climax of the first season like a tornado to create drama in the blissful lives of Meredith and Derek. Fans were wondering if the notorious character will ever come back to the series. She is one of the characters who is still alive in the world of Grey’s and is returning to the upcoming Season 18 of the show.

You can catch the latest season of Grey’s Anatomy from September 30. The upcoming season also marks the return of Meredith Grey’s deceased mother, played by Kate Burton, along with the addition of Peter Gallagher, whose character is linked to her mother in the past.

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