Shonda Rhimes created the popular medical drama series ‘Grey’s Anatomy Season 19’ which is all set to return on ABC with its second part with the first part coming out on October 6, 2022.

Here is a list of other TV series like the award winning series ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ that you need to add to your watch list.

Top 10 TV series like Grey’s Anatomy Season 19:

The Resident – ​​Number of Seasons: 6

The Resident

American medical drama ‘The Resident’ is adapted from Marty Makary’s ‘Unaccountable’. The plot is set primarily in Chastain Park Memorial Hospital and deals with the duties and lives of the staff members of that hospital.

The series also delves into the practice of bureaucracy throughout the hospital industry. It was released on January 21, 2018, on Fox.

Good Sam – Number of Seasons: 1

Well done Sam

The plot of this medical drama revolves around a heart surgeon named Dr. Samantha Griffith who, after her father and her boss fall into a coma, becomes the top surgeon at Lakeshore Sentinel Hospital.

But when her father wakes up from a coma and has to resume his job, Samantha finds it difficult to deal with the complexities of overseeing her own father and former boss.

Sophia Bush and Jason Isaacs portrayed Dr. Samantha Griffith and her father Dr. Rob “Griff” Griffith in the series. It ran from January 5 to May 4, 2022, on CBS.

New Amsterdam – Number of Seasons: 5

New Amsterdam

David Schulner created this American medical drama series which is adapted from Eric Manheimer’s book ‘Twelve Patients: Life and Death at Bellevue Hospital’.

The plot revolves around Dr. Max Goodwin who is the doctor of one of the oldest public hospitals in the United States. His goal is to reform the facility by cutting through its bureaucratic practices to provide exceptional care to patients who were previously neglected in the hospital.

Ryan Eggold portrayed Dr. Maxim “Max” Goodwin in the series. It ran from September 25, 2018, to January 17, 2023, on NBC.

The Good Doctor – Number of Seasons: 6

The Good Doctor

David Shore developed this medical drama series which is based on the 2013 South Korean series of the same name.

The plot centers on a young autistic surgeon named Shaun Murphy who is suffering from savant syndrome.

He leaves his small town of Casper, Wyoming, and his troubled past there and relocates to San Jose, California as a doctor at the celebrated San Jose San Bonaventure Hospital.

English actor Freddie Highmore portrayed Dr. Shaun Murphy in the series. It was released on September 25, 2017, on ABC.

Chicago Med – Number of Seasons: 8

Chicago Med
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Matt Olmstead and Dick Wolf created this medical drama series that serves as the third installment of the Chicago franchise from Wolf Entertainment.

The plot takes the doctors and nurses of the emergency department of the fictional Gaffney Chicago Medical Center and delves into their duties and lives. The series premiered on November 17, 2015, on NBC.

Critic – Number of Seasons: 1

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Jed Mercurio created this British medical drama series. Each episode of the series deals with a critically ill patient and the medical professionals’ treatment and life-changing decisions to save that person within an hour in the fictional major trauma center of the Hospital General of the City.

The series ran from 24 February to 19 May 2015.

The Surgeon’s Cut – Number of Seasons: 1

The Surgeon's Cut

This is a medical docuseries that takes four surgeons as they speak about their lives and duties as pioneers in their fields.

The four episodes respectively reflect on Dr. Kypros Nicolaides, Dr. Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa, Dr. Nancy Ascher, and Dr. Devi Shetty. The series premiered on December 9, 2020, on Netflix.

Lenox Hill – Number of Seasons: 1

Lenox Hill

This is also a documentary television series that navigates the lives and duties of four medical professionals working at Lenox Hill Hospital.

They belong to the field of neurosurgery, emergency medication, obstetrics, and gynecology. The series premiered on June 10, 2020, on Netflix.

Bones – Number of Seasons: 12

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Hart Hanson created this crime procedural comedy television series whose plot concerns the FBI’s care files on a mystery related to human remains.

The story deals with the theme of forensic archeology and forensic anthropology and revolves around Special Agent Seeley Booth and forensic anthropologist Temperance “Bones” Brennan.

David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel depicted a cabin and the titular Bones respectively in the series. It first aired on September 13, 2005, to March 28, 2017, on Fox.

Amazing Grace – Number of Seasons: 1

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The plot of this Australian television drama series revolves primarily around Midwife Grace who works in an unconventional birthing center and whose life changes after a new arrival at the centre.

Kate Jenkinson played as Grace in the series. It lasted from 3 March to 21 April 2021.