Krista Vernoff

Emmy-nominated TV writer and showrunner

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Krista Vernoff is an Emmy-nominated television writer and showrunner of Grey's Anatomy.

Krista Vernoff on KCRW

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ recently wrapped it’s 15th--yes, 15th!--season on ABC. The medical drama, created by Shonda Rhimes in 2005, is still the number one drama on the network.

'Grey's Anatomy' showrunner Krista Vernoff and writer Elisabeth Finch

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ recently wrapped it’s 15th--yes, 15th!--season on ABC. The medical drama, created by Shonda Rhimes in 2005, is still the number one drama on the network.

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