Is Grey's Anatomy planning a ruinous return to ABC next month?
Maybe. This has not been confirmed by the network, but there are rumors that another disaster may strike the hospital - and not of the fiscal variety. We'll get to that in a second. First, here's what we do know:
On March 14, the show returns with "Transplant Wasteland."
In this installment, the "discord and chaos created by the hospital's new management team causes one physician to question his future at Seattle Grace," according to the network's official episode synopsis.
Who do you think it might be? Note the use of his. Meanwhile, "the doctors and interns must juggle several transplant surgeries at once, each coming with its own set of obstacles." Par for the course.
The following week's episode (March 21) will be called "Idle Hands." March 28's "Can't Fight This Feeling" is when disaster strikes. Supposedly. Again, these are unconfirmed reports circulating online.
Allegedly, Seattle Grace will have to confront ... an earthquake; two victims, a married couple, reportedly suffer profound injuries. Their only son, 10, will be left alone with his parents in surgery.
Also, a baby's delivery hits a snag when the doctor learns the baby is in breach. Shonda Rhimes has denied the earthquake rumor on Twitter, but it's unclear what the actual synopsis is in any case.
We'll have to wait and see what is accurate, but it wouldn't be out of the blue for Grey's Anatomy, would it? As always, you'll have the synopses, photos and promos for all episodes when we do!