After playing Cormac Hayes on Grey’s Anatomy for three years, Richard Flood left the long-running series as his character moved to Ireland with his children. The star admitted it was the “right time” to leave.
Flood spoke with Deadline about her feelings about leaving the character and leaving the series.
“To be honest, I was overjoyed. I thought the timing was right. When I started, I always thought three years was the most I wanted to do at something. I’m always looking forward to seeing That’s what’s out there and I’m trying to spread myself in different directions and doing different kinds of shows and movies. Three years were perfect for me, so I was really happy.”
“They told me about to leave. I didn’t know exactly how it would go until very close to filming, but over the summer there was some talk about how the season would go, and there was more talk about it during the season. What can be good for the show and what can be good for me”.
“I felt right after being three years on the show, and I think with all the story development the character arc was probably coming to its natural end, which was great. I was so happy that everyone felt the same way, and He made it.
Grey’s Anatomy broadcast in Brazil
Grey’s Anatomy is a medical drama series that began on ABC in the United States in 2005. In Brazil, Netflix helped popularize the series, but the title left the service in late 2021.
The fictional series focuses on the lives of interns, residents, and surgical assistants as they grow into experienced doctors balancing personal and professional relationships.
The 18th season of Grey’s Anatomy is set in the United States. In Brazil, the new episodes are on Sony.
Seasons of Grey’s Anatomy can also be watched on Star+, Globoplay, Amazon Prime Video and Sony Channel via UOL Play. Station 19 is also on the spinoff, Star+.