'Grey's Anatomy' Season 13, Latest Spoilers, News & Update: Justin Chambers To Leave The Series? What We Know So Far!

By Carrie Winters - 10 Nov '16 19:05PM

The fate of Alex Karev (Justin Chambers) for beating up Andrew de Luca (Giacomo Gianniotti) is still hanging and will be revealed in "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13. It is also rumored that whatever verdict Alex will receive, Chambers may exit the series.

According to a report in Morning Ledger, Alex beat up Andrew when the former found out that Jo (Camilla Ludington) was drunk and in Andrew's bed in Grey's Anatomy Season 13. It turned out that Andrew was just assisting Jo into going to bed but Alex had a different view.

It has been hinted that Alex's verdict for what he did to Andrew will come out soon in "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13. There are two options once the verdict is out either he goes to jail or he will be kicked out from the Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital.

In a report from Christian Today, it is indicated that a new character has already been introduced in "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13. Eliza Minnick is the new character introduced and is portrayed by Marika Dominczyk.

When Eliza was introduced, it already is noticeable that they have certain chemistry with Arizona (Jessica Capshaw). Dr. Richard Weber was also impressed by the newcomer's surgical performance in "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13.

Meanwhile, Aussie Network News reports that speculations of Cristina Yang's (Sandra Oh) coming back to the series has been going around since the beginning of "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13. The plot of the story where it focuses mainly towards the original characters is strengthening this speculation.

Additionally, there are changes that will happen in Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. It seems that the doctors at risk when Catherine Avery made major changes in the hospital. Eliza, who was just recently introduced in "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13, is set to have a significant role in the upcoming episode regarding these changes.

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