When “Grey’s Anatomy” season 10 airs in the fall, fans will be looking for answers to a number of relationship cliffhangers, among them Crowen or Cristina and Owen and Jolex or Jo and Alex. Show creator and executive producer Shonda Rhimes has shared some of her insights and International Business Times reported them on May 28.
Rhimes has previously stated that under no circumstances would Cristina Yang have a child. She likes the idea of strong, independent woman who is determined to not have a child and live her life on her own terms. Rhimes feels it is at the core of who Cristina is and it sets her apart from the crowd.
Since everyone knows Owen wants kids, there lies the conflict. He turns to mush when Zola is around and there is no discounting his bond with Ethan – a storyline we may see continued in season 10.
Rhimes described Alex’s transformation like this: “There’s a journey that happens in these last two episodes for him with Jo as they move through the storm.” Alex’s track record with women, as he is fond of pointing out, has been lousy. Does this mean that he has perhaps found happy-ever-after? With Rhimes at the helm and with it being Alex, it’s likely to be a bumpy ride even if he has.
Season 9 seemed to have a heavy focus on romances and relationships, people coming together. Are we in for a season of break ups with season 10 of “Grey’s Anatomy?” It looks like we’ll have to wait until fall to find out.
Other cliffhangers involve April and Jackson’s relationship and the impact if any on her engagement to Matthew and the infidelity crisis faced by Callie and Arizona. Season 10 can’t get here soon enough!
Check back often for more season 10 spoilers for “Grey’s Anatomy.”
Be sure to check out Theresa’s other columns:
Self-Sustained Living Examiner
Southern Illinois Day Trips Examiner
If you liked this article click the Subscribe button to receive email updates when a new article is published. Follow Theresa on Google+, StumbleUpon and Twitter or connect on Pinterest. Visit Amazon to find fiction by Theresa.
©TheresaLeschmann. All Rights Reserved. No part of this article may be reproduced without prior permissions from the author. Partial reposting is permitted with a link back to the original article.
Got something to say? Say it on Examiner by following this link to sign up.