Grey’s Anatomy star Giacomo Gianniotti is carefree that Dr. Andrew DeLuca will see happier days in a halls of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital.
The 28-year-old actor discussed a destiny of a adore triangle his impression is now caught in with Jo (Camilla Luddington) and her ex, Alex (Justin Chambers). Over a march of a final season, DeLuca began building clever feelings for Jo, and it appears there’s a unequivocally genuine probability for a deeper tie between a dual doctors.
“DeLuca’s attempts to confess his feelings to Jo haven’t left so good for him,” Gianniotti recently told ET. “But privately speaking, we consider he jumped a gun a small bit. She’s uninformed out of this attribute [with Alex]. we consider she only needs a small time to routine everything. It’s not indispensably that she doesn’t have seductiveness and feelings for DeLuca, though she needs some space.”
“They were good friends before and confidantes during a dire impulse in her life,” he added. “There’s unequivocally fastening that happened there regardless. we see them carrying some kind of a relationship, either it’s adore or friends.”
Adding a fold to Jo and DeLuca’s blossoming attribute is a lapse of Jo’s disloyal husband, Dr. Paul Stadler (Matthew Morrison), whom viewers met quickly when Alex tailed him during a Seattle medical conference. Though Gianniotti remained silent when it came to specifics about Stadler’s reappearance, that Morrison hinted would be a “big role.”
“I consider it’s a good storyline to explore,” Gianniotti pronounced of Morrison’s reprisal. “We saw him and his existence outward of Seattle’s Grey Sloan, so if he comes into a world, that’s a whole other thing. That’s him assembly a other doctors. That’s him being concerned in a lives of everybody, not only Jo, so it unequivocally raises a stakes carrying him around in that capacity.”
As for DeLuca and Maggie’s (Kelly McCreary) ephemeral romance, Gianniotti says that zero on Grey’s is elementary — and he prefers it that way.
“‘It’s complicated’ is such a good approach to report a lot of a relations on Grey’s Anatomy,” he said. “We didn’t unequivocally get most closure, though they’ve gotten to a indicate where they can work together and be in a same room and be cool. But yeah, there’s unequivocally some things left speechless on both sides.”
But Gianniotti promises there will be genuine closure for a two, romantically, in a new season: “We competence see a resolution, though it competence not be a fortitude that we guys suspicion or hoped for. It’s gonna be laughable some-more than dramatic.”
He also spoke about a uncover reaching a considerable 300th part milestone, that will atmosphere as a seventh installment in deteriorate 14.
“I don’t see [the show] interlude anytime soon. The uncover is still flourishing unequivocally strong,” he said, observant that Grey’s combined “new producers, new writers” this deteriorate for “a uninformed take.” “It’s going to be funnier and sexier and lighter. We’re still going to give we a drama. You’re still going to need that hankie box, for sure, though we wish a assembly to have a small bit some-more fun this deteriorate and suffer some of a characters being happy.”
Grey’s Anatomy kicks off deteriorate 14 with a two-hour premiere on Thursday, Sept. 28 during 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.