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This week’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy, titled “Leave a Light On,” will reveal the fate and be a farewell episode for Justin’s character, Alex Karev. The Hollywood Reporter says there won’t be any new footage of Justin/Alex in the episode and that his final appearance will continue to be the 350th episode that aired last November (episode 16.08). Check out the promo below featuring footage of Alex since the Grey’s pilot.


So, here’s what has been going on lately. JCO moved to another server and it caused several problems on the site, such as not being able to make posts and the photo archive being invisible. I’m now able to make posts (clearly), the archive is visible again, but there’s an issue with seeing the full-sized photos. Just letting you know it’s being worked on. Once that problem is solved, I’ll post links to the new material added to the archive.
Sorry for the inconvenience, but it’s been complicated to say the least. 😣

I’ve been updating JCO’s social media accounts with the Grey’s synopses, photos, sneak peeks & promos, so you can get all that on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

In the meantime, I’ll leave the synopsis and promo for this Thursday’s episode of Grey’s titled “It’s Raining Men.”

“It’s Raining Men” – After Meredith inadvertently stirs up negative press for Grey Sloan, she tries to make things right with her former colleagues, jeopardizing her community service hours. Station 19’s Ben and Vic bring a young woman into the hospital, and Jackson stands up to Koracick when he goes too far with a patient’s family. Meanwhile, Bailey receives unexpected news; and Owen finds himself at Pac-North Gen, which Alex sees as a recruiting opportunity on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, OCT. 17 (8:00-9:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC.

To wrap this update, this Wednesday, the Grey’s Anatomy cast, crew, producers (including creator Shonda Rhimes) along with the President of ABC Entertainment celebrated another milestone – the 350th episode! Congratulations to everyone on Grey’s! 🎉👏
Check out a few pics from the celebration in the IG post below (swipe/click for the pics). When the archive is fully back, I’ll make a more complete post about the 350th episode celebration including these photos in high quality.😉


We’re days away from the September 26th season premiere of Grey’s Anatomy, and we’ve got a bit more footage and news about Alex Karev in season 16.

★ In an interview with E!, showrunner Krista Vernoff mentions Justin and talks about what’s ahead of Alex. Check out what she had to say before and read the full interview at the link.

Grey’s Anatomy Season 16 Is About the Consequences Of the Romantic Comedy

Richard and Alex: Richard and Alex may not have exactly committed the same crime Mer did, but they’re fired for knowing about it. This results in both comedy and drama. 
“Jim [Pickens] and Justin [Chambers] are very funny this season, and it’s not just comedy. This show lives in that dramedy place, so there are dramatic ramifications and consequences, particularly for Richard. It’s a dramatic shift to be fired from the place that you’ve worked all these years, and to have your wife sit by and not do anything about you being fired. So there are dramatic consequences for sure, but there’s a lot of comedy surrounding it.”

Jo and Alex: Jo (Camilla Luddington) committed herself at the end of last season, and Vernoff says the season “follow[s] through on that story in away that feels really beautiful and honest to me.” 
“We play a little bit of it in the season premiere and then we play a little bit more of it a few episodes into the season, and I feel really hopeful for Jo and Alex because she’s addressing her mental health, but that can be frightening for Alex because he has a history of women in his life with mental health problems,” Vernoff says, reminding us of Alex’s mother and ex. “So for sure as we head into our season, Alex is shaken up and it’s hard to know exactly where they’re going to land.” 


★ ABC released an extended promo for the Grey’s season premiere and it has more Justin/Alex in it.


★ Finally, ABC also posted a behind the scenes video from episode 15.06 titled “Flowers Grow Out of My Grave” showing Justin and Camilla Luddington shooting a hallway scene.


★ As many of you noticed, the site was down for quite a while due to technical issues. However, those issues have mostly been resolved now and, hopefully, new ones won’t come up. Sorry for the inconvenience of that down time, but JCO is back now. 🙂

★ Production on season 16 of Grey’s Anatomy started in late July and the premiere is on Thursday, September 26. The season premiere is titled “Nothing Left to Cling To.”

TVLine published a Fall TV preview for Grey’s featuring a photo of a scene between Alex Karev and Richard Webber at the loft.


ABC also released a promo for the season premiere. Check it out:


★ And finally, Camilla Luddington posted this photo of herself and Justin styled as 16-year-olds in the 80’s as a play on Grey’s 16th season starting later this month.


The archive has been updated with the screencaps from last week’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy titled “Drawn to the Blood.”

Screencaps > 15.24 – Drawn to the Blood
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Actress Ali Hillis, who plays Gus’ mother, posted this behind-the-scenes photo from episode 15.24 which shows Justin, Christian Ganiere (Gus) and director Kevin McKidd talking to Ali on set.

This week season 15 of Grey’s Anatomy comes to an end with the season finale episode titled “Jump into the Fog.”

ABC had already released one still from the episode, but now there are 7 new stills and 2 BTS photos. Check out the photos at the album linked to below and also the synopsis and the promos for the season finale.

“Jump into the Fog” – As fog begins to cover Seattle, the doctors of Grey Sloan navigate through personal complications. Meredith and Alex attempt to save Gus, while Levi talks some sense into a struggling Nico, on the season finale of “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MAY 16 (8:00-9:01 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.

Promotional Photos > 15.25 – Jump into the Fog



The screencaps from episode 15.23 of Grey’s Anatomy titled, “What I Did for Love” have been added and the album link is below.

Screencaps > 15.23 – What I Did For Love
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Here are two BTS pics of Justin on the set of Grey’s. First pic is from someone who was an extra during the filming of episode 15.23 and said Justin is an “incredibly kind soul.” Second pic is with actress Ali Hillis, who has been in 2 episodes so far playing the mother of Alex’s golden blood patient, Gus.

This week’s episode is the last one before the season finale. The episode is titled “Drawn to the Blood,” and the synopsis and promo can be seen below.

“Drawn to the Blood” – Alex tries desperately to save his patient Gus while he waits for a severely agoraphobic blood donor to arrive from London. Jo reveals to Meredith why she’s been so down, while Catherine and Bailey hold a meeting to get down to the bottom of an insurance issue. Meanwhile, Maggie and Jackson go camping on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MAY 9 (8:00-9:01 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.


Grey’s Anatomy Season 15 wrapped filming on Wednesday. Camilla Luddington posted an end of season video with Justin as an Instagram story. Check it out below along with a photo of Justin with a visitor on set.

The archive has been updated with the screencaps from the most recent episode of Grey’s titled “Head Over High Heels.”

Screencaps > 15.22 – Head Over High Heels
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Grey’s Anatomy will not be airing this coming week, and when it returns on May 2nd, it will be part of the crossover event with spinoff Station 19 (Justin will not be in the Station 19 episode, though). The synopsis and promo for episode 15.23, titled “What I Did for Love,” can be seen below.

“What I Did for Love,” where Maggie treats one of Station 19’s own, and Jo learns a hard lesson. Meanwhile, when working with a family seeking asylum, Meredith makes a call that could jeopardize her career on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MAY 2 (8:00-9:01 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.