What Is Andrew DeLuca's Specialty on 'Grey's Anatomy'?
We're dying to know!
Sorry, DeLuca Won't Pick a Specialty Anytime Soon on 'Grey's Anatomy'
One of the best parts about early seasons of Grey's Anatomy is the mentor-mentee relationship characters had when they were choosing their medical specialties. From Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh) and Teddy Altman (Kim Raver) to Alex Karev (Justin Chambers) and Arizona Robbins (Jessica Capshaw) to Jackson Avery (Jesse Williams) and Mark Sloan (Eric Dane), these relationships were fun to watch and let fans see major character development without a romantic twist. Now that we're dealing with a new generation of Grey's characters, fans have been wondering when Andrew DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti) will choose his specialty – and if he does, then what will DeLuca's specialty be on Grey's Anatomy?
Will he go with General and become Meredith's (Ellen Pompeo) pupil? Or perhaps he'll take Jo's (Camilla Luddington) spot in Ortho? Well, if you were hoping for a decision anytime soon, we have some sad news.
In an interview with TV Line, Gianniotti admitted that his Grey's Anatomy counterpart wouldn't be choosing a specialty anytime soon. But, why?
According to Gianniotti, the reason why the Grey's team doesn't want his character to pick a specialty just yet is because of the writers.
“I think it’s fun for the writers to take advantage of the fact that he doesn’t have a specialty because they can put that character in scenes with anyone,” Gianniotti said. “Once you have a specialty, you’re kind of limited to [one] group.”
While we're kind of bummed that DeLuca isn't going to settle down anytime soon, at least we can count on seeing more of DeLuca throughout all of Grey Sloan.
But regardless of what DeLuca's specialty will be, something tells us that he's going to end up paired up with Meredith a lot in the future, especially after that adorable moment in "I Want a New Drug," after she beat a hospital record.
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