Grey’s Anatomy To Honor Frontline Workers


Several actors will meet on the YouTube program ‘Stars In The House’ to also raise awareness about the importance of the coronavirus vaccine.

The surge in coronavirus cases has once again highlighted the importance of frontline workers and the need to speed up the vaccination process to curb the pandemic. Two topics will be covered in the next installment of ‘Stars In The House’, a YouTube program presented by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley that, this time, will feature some of the protagonists of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’.

Grey’s Anatomy is an American medical drama television series. This television series was premiered on March 27, 2005, as a mid-season alternative at the American Broadcasting Corporation. The fictional series focuses on the lives of surgical trainees, residents, and attendees as they develop into experienced physicians, balancing personal and professional relationships.

Chandra Wilson, James Pickens, Kelly McCreary, Jake Borelli, Kim Raver, Camilla Luddington, Chris Carmack, Greg Germann, Richard Flood and Anthony Hill have confirmed their participation in the program, where they will influence the importance of vaccination and pay tribute to workers of hospitals and primary services that continue to ensure our safety, working from the front line with the pandemic as an enemy.

The goal of ‘Stars In The House’ is to raise money to fight the coronavirus and to donate to The Actors Fund Home, an institution that helps retired artists and is based in Englewood, New Jersey.

The program has been cast by series such as’ Frasier ‘,’ Glee ‘or’ Melrose Place ‘as well as the protagonists of some of the most successful Broadway musicals, such as’ A Chorus Line’, ‘Rent’ or ‘The Full Monty ‘.

So far everything we know at the moment about the ‘Stars In The House’. We will update this article as new details become known so if you want to stay up to date on entertainment news, stay tuned and keep reading ” ”


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