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Grey’s Anatomy Season 17 Episode 12: Release Date and Finale Predictions

Grey’s Anatomy Season 17 Episode 12 is titled ‘Sign O’ The Times.’ The episode will release on Thursday, April 15, at 9 p.m. ET on ABC. In this episode, we might witness a lot of incidents happening. From attending the Black Lives Matter protest to Meredith Grey’s health condition still a bit shaky. Not to mention the Covid situation worsening amidst all this.

The viewers can watch the show on Hulu, Amazon Prime, Vudu, and iTunes. Up to Season 16, the show is available on Netflix too.

Episode 12 Teaser Promo

Grey's Anatomy Season 17 Episode 12: Release Date and Finale Predictions

The scene will centre upon Maggie, who will be torn between her distraction with Winston and her endeavors to treat a patient injured in the Seattle protestsIn the meantime, Levi will be tried by a crisis, and the specialists will battle to treat a quiet who believes COVID to be a scam and not a genuine sickness.

The best part about the scene may be Meredith’s(Ellen Pompeo) recuperation if it happens. For presently, we are fair mindful that she has picked up awarenessIn the interim, Jackson (Jesse Williams) going for a run some time recently coming over a Black Lives Matter protest. After that, he’s been called from the clinic to treat a lady who was hit with a tear gas canister on that same occasion.

Big Revelations To Unveil

Grey's Anatomy Season 17 Episode 12: Release Date and Finale Predictions

Our star of the show Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) is back again to throw some big bombs. Over the years of Grey’s Anatomy, we have seen Bailey keeping her calm in any situation. Until and unless the situation is too big and haphazard, she handles it very well.

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But looks like in the upcoming episode something major will take place in her life. At the end of the preview, Bailey bursts into the Grey Sloan Memorial stairwell, screaming, “What? What?!” being all worried and concerned.

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