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Sorry, but Sandra Oh Has No Plans to Return to Grey's Anatomy: "I Have Moved On"

How has Grey's Anatomy managed to survive without badass cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Cristina Yang for the last seven seasons? Well, the popular medical drama has devoted quite some time to exploring Meredith's often precarious yet devoted sisterly bonds to Maggie and Amelia. As much as we love this new dynamic, there's no one quite like Mer's unapologetic soul sister — or "person," as Mer puts it. From the pilot episode to Cristina's departure in season 10, Meredith and Cristina grow together, rising through the ranks from clueless interns to fearless attendings as they support each other through the worst of times. And we really do mean the worst of times: shootings, plane crashes, you name it.
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Sandra Oh Discusses the ‘Impact’ of Her ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Character Cristina Yang

While Sandra Oh left Grey’s Anatomy in 2014, many fans still feel her absence to this day. Plenty of actors who have left the ABC medical drama have returned in season 17. Viewers have celebrated the return of many beloved characters. Oh, who has already said she won’t be returning, explained her thought process and what the character of Cristina Yang means to her to this day.
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‘I’m proud to be Asian’: Actor Sandra Oh’s powerful speech at a ‘Stop Asian Hate’ protest in Oakland and ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Alum Sandra Oh Delivers Powerful Speech at Stop Asian Hate Rally: ‘I’m Proud to Be Asian’

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Alum Sandra Oh Delivers Powerful Speech at Stop Asian Hate Rally: ‘I’m Proud to Be Asian’ and ‘I’m proud to be Asian’: Actor Sandra Oh’s powerful speech at a ‘Stop Asian Hate’ protest in Oakland. Last News:. Pistons roll past visiting Raptors. USC shuts down Oregon 82-68 to...
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Watch Sandra Oh speak out against Asian hate at Pittsburgh rally and Sandra Oh Gives Impassioned Speech at Stop Asian Hate Rally in Pittsburgh: 'I'm Proud to Be Asian'

Watch Sandra Oh speak out against Asian hate at Pittsburgh rally and Sandra Oh Gives Impassioned Speech at Stop Asian Hate Rally in Pittsburgh: 'I'm Proud to Be Asian'. Sandra Oh Gives Impassioned Speech at Stop Asian Hate Rally in Pittsburgh: 'I'm Proud to Be Asian' and Watch Sandra Oh speak out against Asian hate at Pittsburgh rally.
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Sandra Oh Gave An Impassioned Speech at a Stop Asian Hate Protest

"I am proud to be Asian. I belong here," the Korean-Canadian actress chanted. Those were the words Sandra Oh chanted during a surprise appearance at a Stop Asian Hate protest in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on March 20. The Korean-Canadian actress spoke to the crowd at the rally, giving an impassioned speech about supporting Asian Americans.
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Sandra Oh Delivered a Passionate Speech at a Stop Asian Hate Rally in Pittsburgh Saturday

On Saturday, Grey's Anatomy and Killing Eve actress Sandra Oh joined demonstrators in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at a Stop Asian Hate rally. "For many of us in our community, this is the first time we are even able to voice our fear and our anger, and I really am so grateful to everyone willing to listen," Oh said, during her passionate speech to the crowd. "One thing that I know is that many in our community are very scared, and I understand that. And one way to go through our fear is to reach out to our community."
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Sandra Oh Lends Her Voice To ‘Stop Asian Hate’ Protest In Pittsburgh

Actress Sandra Oh has stepped up as part of the nationwide protests this weekend decrying hate and violence against the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities. Oh appeared at a rally in Pittsburgh on Saturday, speaking to a crowd of masked people and saying she’s “proud to be Asian.” The Killing Eve actress declared her support for Asian Americans during a time when violence against the community has been rising.
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Killing Eve to end with season 4, Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh react

Killing Eve is officially coming to an end, it has been announced.The hit show, starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer, is instead expected to continue in the form of spinoffs focused on its supporting characters.This means that the show’s next season – its fourth – will be its last, concluding with eight episodes.Announcing the news, AMC Networks president of originals Dan McDermott hailed the show, which was originally devised by Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge, as “a one-of-a-kind roller-coaster ride that has taken our breath away”.Oh responded to the news, calling the show “one of my greatest experiences”.Meanwhile, Comer said: “Killing Eve has been...
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Killing Eve season 4 to be final season; Sandra Oh, Jodie Comer react

We’ve been excited for a long time now to get news on Killing Eve season 4 — but this is not the sort of news we were hoping for. Today, it was officially announced that the upcoming season of the BBC America/AMC show is going to be the final one. It’s certainly a shocking announcement, given the show’s overall popularity as well as the critical acclaim that constantly surrounds it. Yet, from the start Killing Eve has operated under a less-is-more approach, doing short seasons and making sure that they don’t overstay their welcome. They’ve done this before on a micro level and now, they are expanding this idea outward.
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Ava DuVernay, Gal Gadot, Sandra Oh Among Additional Presenters at Golden Globes

The 78th annual Golden Globe Awards have added a lineup of starry presenters to Sunday night’s broadcast. Joining previously announced presenters will be Ava DuVernay (previously a Golden Globe Award nominee for Best Director for “Selma”), Colin Farrell (a Golden Globe Award winner and two-time nominee), Gal Gadot, Tracy Morgan, Sandra Oh (a two-time Golden Globe Award winner), Sarah Paulson (a Golden Globe Award winner and four-time nominee), Amanda Seyfried (a Golden Globe Award nominee), Ben Stiller, and Justin Theroux.