Gray's Anatomy Admits One Tree Hill Alum Bethany Pleasure Lenz for Season 14 Visitor Arc

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From Tree Hill to Seattle!

E! Information has confirmed that One Tree Hill alum Bethany Pleasure Lenz will quickly be roaming the halls of Gray Sloan Memorial because the actress has landed a season 14 visitor arc. Although wherein capability stays to be seen. In true Shondaland vogue, particulars about her character are being saved beneath wraps in the meanwhile. What we do know in regards to the position? The character’s identify is Jenny. (Like we mentioned, beneath wraps.)

Lenz’s casting comes simply after Gray’s Anatomy mentioned goodbye to sequence common Martin Henderson, whose Nathan Riggs went off into the sundown (a Los Angeles sundown, to be actual) with visitor star Abigail Spencer’s Megan Hunt in final night time’s episode. 

The casting marks a return to quasi-return to Shondaland for Lenz. She was beforehand solid within the pilot of the now-canceled The Catch, which aired for 2 seasons as part of the beloved #TGIT block, however was recast when the present went in a unique path. She was changed by Sonya Walger.

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Since One Tree Hill, Lenz has additionally appeared on Marvel’s Brokers of S.H.I.E.L.D., DexterAmerican Gothic, and most lately, Colony.

The casting was first reported by The Hollywood Reporter.

Other than the high-profile departures final night time and Lenz’s upcoming look, Gray’s Anatomy can be welcoming a slew of recent faces in season 14 as Gray Sloan’s new class of interns. Persevering with with the season of change, sequence common Jason George will depart the present at across the midseason level to hitch the solid of the still-untitled spinoff, which expands the Gray’s universe, happening in a Seattle firehouse.

Gray’s Anatomy airs Thursdays at eight p.m. on ABC.

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