Grey’s Anatomy Season 13 will be hot, at least for two of the show’s main characters.
ABC recently released a celebratory gif that featured Grey’s Anatomy cast members dancing. Actress Debbie Allen, who played the role Catherine Weber, retweeted the video and teased of what fans may expect next season. She hinted that the upcoming season will be too “hot.”
The actress also directed the Grey’s Anatomy Season 13 premiere entitled Undo. She said episode one will make people wonder about a reunion happening between Jackson (Jesse Williams) and April (Sarah Drew). This sparked speculations that this could be part of the “hot” season Allen was referring to.
— Debbie Allen (@msdebbieallen) August 22, 2016
In Season 13, Jackson and April will have a daughter.
A little recap of Season 12: It was Owen (Kevin McKidd) and Amelia’s (Caterina Scorsone) wedding in the season finale. April, who stood as Owen’s best woman, forgot the couple’s wedding band at Meredith’s (Ellen Pompeo) house. Ben (Jason George) offered April a lift to get the rings. On their way to Mer’s house, April started contracting. While prepping to deliver the baby, Ben discovered that the baby was breach. He was forced to deliver April’s baby with an emergency C-section. Both April and her baby survived the delivery.
Now that Jackson and April have a baby together, a hot hookup and a Japril reunion are most likely in Grey’s Anatomy Season 13.
In February, Drew told TV Guide that April’s pregnancy is a sign of hope for Japril’s relationship. “I always, always, always hold out hope for Japril. I think there’s always hope. Nobody’s dead. There’s always hope as long as they’re both still breathing,” she said.
Meanwhile, a sister conflict is looming between Meredith and Maggie (Kelly McCreary) in Grey’s Anatomy Season 13. At the Owen-Amelia wedding, Maggie revealed to Meredith that she likes Nathan (Martin Henderson). Meredith and Nathan slept together earlier. The two decided to keep their relationship a secret. However, it will be revealed this season, and many will not approve of it.