If you’re a die-hard Grey’s Anatomy fan (like myself) and you’re looking for something else to watch while waiting for the next season, don’t despair! There are so many other amazing shows out there that have the drama, lovable characters, medical aspects, and binge-worthy qualities that make Grey’s Anatomy so loveable. Many shows, even ones that don’t take place in a hospital, have similar vibes and pull you in just like Grey’s does. If you’re looking for your next show to binge, check out any (or all!) of these!
1. Private Practice
You remember Addison Montgomery, right? Well, with Private Practice, you can keep up with her and continue her story! The show follows Addison after she decided to leave Seattle Grace Hospital behind for a fresh start. Once in L.A., she joins a public clinic and finds new work and new friends.
With some Grey’s crossovers and a whole lot of drama, Private Practice is sure to be a hit with any fan of Grey’s. This spin-off is just one of the tv shows that spin-off of the popular Grey’s Anatomy and offers an interesting twist on the main show.
2. Killing Eve
This show is perfect for any fans of Grey’s Anatomy, especially if you were a huge Christina fan! Sandra Oh shines in this dramatic and thrilling show where she plays Eve, a brilliant spy tasked with hunting down a crazed and dangerous female assassin named Villanelle.
The two women become obsessed with catching the other and play a very dangerous game of cat and mouse throughout the series. The show is full of twists and turns that keep fans engaged and wanting more, and any fan of Grey’s will love this suspenseful and charming tv show.
3. New Amsterdam
New Amsterdam is one of the perfect tv shows for Grey’s Anatomy fans because of the hospital setting and life-saving nature of the show. It takes place in the oldest public hospital in America and follows Dr. Max Goodwin, who fans of Grey’s are sure to fall in love with. Dr. Goodwin becomes the new medical director of this hospital and has a strong desire to breathe new life into this struggling facility.
He becomes quite controversial among his fellow doctors as he begins his mission to provide exceptional patient care to those in need, starting with destroying the bureaucracy (no easy task). Dr. Goodwin strives to be the best in the business and wants nothing more than to save lives and return his hospital to its former glory.
5. Saving Hope
Saving Hope is an interesting tv show that many fans of Grey’s may enjoy because of its hospital setting. What makes it interesting is the paranormal twist! The show follows surgeon Alex Reid who finds herself thrown into a world of shock when her fiance (who happens to be the chief of surgery) ends up in a coma!
While she and the other surgeons struggle to save his life, chief of surgery Charlie Harris leaves his body to walk the halls of the hospital as a spirit. The show touches on interesting topics such as the meaning of our own existence as humans and is full of drama and suspense, which any fan of Grey’s Anatomy will enjoy.
Scandal may not take place in a hospital full of charming surgeons, but this tv show was actually created by the same brilliant mind behind the creator of Grey’s Anatomy, Shonda Rhimes! This show is a perfect tv show for any fan of Grey’s because it contains very similar vibes as Grey’s, having been created by the same woman!
This show follows former media consultant to the President, Olivia Pope. After serving the President, Oliva decides it’s time to move on with her life and opens up her own crisis-management firm. However, she can’t seem to shake a few ties to her past. It’s suspenseful and dramatic, and fans of Grey’s are sure to love the characters in Scandal the way they loved their favorite surgeons in Grey’s.
7. Chicago Med.
This particular show shares a lot of similarities with Grey’s Anatomy. It follows a cast of dedicated doctors, nurses, and hospital staff as they fight to save lives every day while navigating their own interesting interpersonal relationships.
With drama, captivating storylines, and relatable characters, Chicago Med is a great show for any fan of Grey’s Anatomy. These doctors act as the city of Chicago’s last line of defense, very much like the surgeons in Grey’s Anatomy are portrayed!
8. How To Get Away With Murder
This tv show is a perfect choice for any die-hard Grey’s Anatomy fan. It was created by Peter Nowalk, and produced by the very same creator of Grey’s Anatomy, Shonda Rhimes! This show is a legal thriller and follows the brilliant professor of defense law, Annalise Keating. Annalise teaches a class called How To Get Away With Murder, and she is also a powerful defense attorney outside of her teaching job.
As a professor, she selects a group of students (only the best and the brightest of her class) to help her with some cases at her established firm. However, the show takes some mysterious and surprising turns and secrets are revealed that change the course of each character’s lives profoundly.
9. Station 19
This exciting tv show is another perfect option for Grey’s fans because it’s another spin-off! The show has several different crossovers with Grey’s anatomy through the character Ben Warren, who eventually leaves Grey’s to become a firefighter at Seattle’s Station 19.
Alongside Ben, the series follows Andy Herrera, a tough and confident firefighter who also happens to be the daughter of the head of the firehouse, Captain Pruitt Herrera. With lots of drama, romance, excitement, and life-saving, this show is a great choice for anyone who loves Grey’s Anatomy!
10. The Good Doctor
The Good Doctor follows the young and talented autistic surgeon Shaun Murphy, who happens to have savant syndrome. With the support of his mentor, Dr. Aaron Glassman, Shaun relocates from his quiet country life to become a part of the surgical unit at San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital. Resulting from a troubled childhood, Shaun is alone in the world and struggles to connect with people around him. However, he is able to make good use of his amazing medical skills as a surgeon and saves lives while proving himself to his peers and colleagues.