Grays Anatomy

Where to watch Grey’s Anatomy online

Gray’s Anatomy has just entered its 14th season, but don’t stress yourself into the ER if you’re behind.

The hit long-running medical drama has just entered it’s 14th season, and with a 15th series in the pipeline the drama of Seattle Grace Hospital is not looking like stopping any time soon. But if you’re not quite up to date yet, don’t worry we have rounded up all the best places for you to catch up online.

Where can you watch it online?

The Sky Living drama has been going for over 12 years, with over 290 episodes there is a chance you’ve got a lot to catch up on – so where is best to watch it all?

If you’ve only got a few episodes to catch up on pay-per-view services like YouTube and Google Play offer episodes for just under £2 an episode (or around £20 for a series on Google Play).

The easiest way to catch up on all previous 13 seasons, and 292 episodes (where did the time go!) is through Now TV‘s Entertainment Pass – available on a 14 day free trial to new customers.

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The pass is then available for £7.99 a month, which gives you access to over 250 box sets including other popular dramas such as The Walking Dead, Ray Donovan and Twin Peaks: The Return.

Want to see a sneak peak of what’s on offer from Now TV?

Take a look at the video below, with a little preview of Grey’s Anatomy too.

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