“It comes down to the creatives.”
Dark’s Anatomy star Giacomo Gianniotti has talked about the show’s future, in the midst of vulnerability about whether season 17 will be it’s last.
The mainstream clinical dramatization is as yet getting a charge out of a colossal measure of accomplishment, however, there has been a weighty hypothesis that it could be reaching a conclusion if driving star Ellen Pompeo chooses to stop.
Giacomo, who plays Andrew DeLuca and coordinated a scene this season, was asked by Digital Spy whether he feels there’s still life left in the arrangement.
He reacted by saying it was a hard inquiry to answer since he feels the show has effectively demonstrated it can proceed inconclusively if the creatives needed.
“You inquire as to whether there’s still life left in a show after possibly six or seven years,” he clarified. “For a show that is in its seventeenth, I think we’ve kind of passed [asking the question] now. They have made a model and an equation for making this show for eternity.
“Dark’s Anatomy is [also] continually featuring recent developments issues and issues that should be brought to the bleeding edge. So there won’t ever be a deficiency of stories that should be discussed.