‘Grey’s Anatomy’ preview: Could ‘McBaby’ be in trouble?
Meredith Grey made it through her first trimester but on this week’s episode it looks like “McBaby” could be in trouble.
In a sneak preview for the episode “Bad Blood,” airing Thursday at 9 p.m. ET on CTV, we see a shot of a fetal ultrasound, followed by Meredith, with her hands on her belly, saying that “something’s wrong.”
Could there be complications ahead for the miracle baby?
Executive producer Shonda Rhimes won’t give anything away, when asked by TVGuide.com.
"The reason you all fear that I'm going to kill ‘McBaby’ is because you guys think I kill everybody, even though I don't. I only kill some characters as necessary on a story basis," Rhimes told the site.
Meredith and Derek had given up on having a baby long ago due to her “hostile uterus.” As a result the couple chose to adopt baby Zola and have never been happier (if there's ny doubt, check this gallery out!). So no one was more surprised than Meredith when she found out she was pregnant, which brought on three months of daily panic.
"Meredith has this impending sense of doom because it was so hard for her to get pregnant because she never should've gotten pregnant in the first place. She's the girl who survived a drowning, a hospital shooting and a plane crash. It's very hard for her to believe that this good thing might happen.”
Though it’s very rarely a happily ever after for our doctors at Seattle Grace we’re hoping “McBaby” will be an exception.
For more of the Seattle Grace babies, check out this gallery.
“Grey's Anatomy” airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on CTV. Full episodes are also available online at CTV.ca.
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