Richard Flood leaves Grey’s Anatomy
Richard Flood leaves Grey’s Anatomy. The longest-running medical on television says goodbye to Dr. Cormac Hayes, who left the scene in episode 10 of season 18 entitled “Living in a house divided”, broadcast on Thursday, March 3 in the United States on the ABC network and expected on Wednesday March 30. on Disney + in our country.
Dr. Hayes made his Grey’s Anatomy debut during season 16 in October three years ago, and then joined the main cast from the next. Introduced as a potential love interest of the protagonist Meredith Gray (Ellen Pompeo), recently Dr. Hayes has been involved in the love triangle that has seen him protagonist of her along with the latter and Nick Marsh (Scott Speedman).
In an interview with Deadline, Richard Flood explained that the idea of getting Dr. Hayes out of the picture was proposed to him by the production of the series. “I didn’t know how it was going to happen until we got ready to shoot the series, but there were a couple of conversations over the course of last summer about how it was going to happen. [l’addio a Cormac]. During this season there have been other conversations about what would be right for the show and what would be right for me. “
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The actor then said he was happy of the opportunity to dedicate oneself to something else. “I was very happy, I felt that the right time had come [di lasciare la serie]. When I started, I always thought that three years dedicated to a project was exactly what I would have liked to do. I’m always curious to see what else is out there and to challenge myself in new contexts and do different things on television and in the cinema. Three years were perfect for me, so I’m very happy ”.
Grey’s Anatomy showrunner Krista Vernoff said, “Richard Flood is an incredible talent, we are grateful for his work as Cormac Hayes, as will be his character at the Gray Sloan Memorial, we will miss him too.”