‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 14 Sneak Peek Reveals Out-Of-Hospital Scene

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It’s a good week to be a Grey’s Anatomy fan!

ABC just announced when Grey’s Anatomy will be returning this fall, and now we’re getting a glimpse of life on set for season 14.

On Monday (July 24), Jason W. George, who plays Dr. Ben Warren, shared a video from Seattle that gives us a tiny look at what’s to come in season 14. Prepare yourself, this video doesn’t give away any plot details, but it does set the scene.


“ALERT!! @greysabc has been spotted infiltrating random #seattle neighborhoods
#greysanatomy #season14,” George captioned his outdoor video.

During the short clip, George gives fans a tour of Seattle from set and describes the shoot as, “disturbing Seattle neighborhoods and whatnot with all our Grey’s Anatomy ish-ness.” You can see downtown from the hill where George is located and a LOT of neighborhood buildings when he moves the camera.

Could this be a home scene? It’s definitely not the hospital, but what does that mean? Maybe we are getting a better look into Dr. Warren’s personal life? If so, we are SO on board with it.

George isn’t the only actor from the hit doctor drama who is back in Seattle and enjoying the summer weather. Kevin McKidd, who plays Dr. Owen Hunt, also posted on Twitter on Monday, showing off all that Seattle has to offer when it comes to outdoor activities.

“Ferries . I love ferries.. especially ones in Seattle @GreysABC,” McKidd captioned a selfie of him riding one of Seattle’s iconic water ferries. Sure, he’s not filming a scene — or at least it doesn’t look like it — but McKidd could be going to location, and that makes us wonder if there is an outdoor-themed episode coming our way this season.

Plus, McKidd met up with Chandra Wilson, aka Dr. Miranda Bailey, yesterday and the two looked to be having a LOT of fun hanging outside of the hospital.

What do you think all of these outdoor pictures could mean?

Grey’s Anatomy returns for its 14th season on September 28, 2017 at 8 p.m. (it’s a two-hour premiere) on ABC. For the latest pop culture news, sign up for the People’s Choice newsletter!

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