Grey's Anatomy Season 10 Spoilers: Season Premiere Tonight

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By Clare Morris, Christian Post Contributor
September 26, 2013|2:21 pm

Exciting many fans, the season premiere of hit ABC medical drama "Grey's Anatomy" airs tonight. The premiere picks up exactly where last season left off and will also be two hours long. Fans are eager to see what will happen to the cast in the new season. Read on to find out what season 10 has in store, but be cautious of spoilers.

In terms of the relationship between Owen and Cristina, things seem to be more complicated than they look.

"We're going to watch them grapple with what it means to have broken up at the end of the season and what that means for their future. For both of them, the hard part is that they love each other. They want very, very different things, but they love each other. If only she'd want to have babies, or if only he'd give up wanting kids, they'd be fine," executive producer Shonda Rhimes told TV Guide.

According to Kevin McKidd, the actor who plays Owen, Owen will be able to move on from Cristina.

"Cristina's being supportive of him meeting someone else. Will Cristina still feel the same way, even though she's been the one cheerleading and Owen's been the one who's been very reluctant to do that, when she realizes maybe he's taken her advice at last?" the actor said.

But that's not the only relationship drama in store for season 10. Last season left a question mark over Jo and Alex's relationship, and it seems that there may be some comedy coming out of their relationship.

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"Alex obviously has some residual relationship issues from many of his past relationships. But I also wanted this season to have a lot of fun in it, and I wanted it to be funny. Alex and Jo are really charmingly funny together, so we're having a lot of fun with them as we begin," Rhimes said.

"Grey's Anatomy" airs tonight at 9/8c on ABC.

 

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