Grey's Anatomy: Season 6
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Meredith, Derek, Izzie, and the rest of your favorite characters face a brand new challenge with the arrival of doctors from Mercy West. Battle lines are drawn and rivalries reach new heights in an unforgettable year at Seattle Grace.
Commit yourself to one of primetime’s most popular shows, complete with exclusive bonus features – including two extended episodes available only on DVD. It’s the perfect addition to your Grey’s Anatomy collection!
This season of Grey's Anatomy also features one of the most intense, memorable, and elegantly executed season finales in recent memory. A former patient's family member, carrying an apparently bottomless grudge against Seattle Grace, affects the whole staff--the whole city--in a final episode that requires at least a couple of hankies. Yet the Grey's writers and directors never fall into melodrama, which gives this season its added layer of impact and involvement.
Extras include more than 20 additional minutes of that season finale, a must-see for any Grey's Anatomy fan. There is also a cute bloopers feature, several excellent unaired scenes, and a lovely featurette on the Emmy-winning actress Chandra Wilson, who plays Dr. Amanda Bailey. Grey's Anatomy may be named for Pompeo's Dr. Grey, but it's Dr. Bailey who provides the soul of the series. An absolute must for any Grey's Anatomy fan. --A.T. Hurley
• In Stitches: Season Six Outtakes
• Extended Finale
• Chandra Wilson: Anatomy of a Talent
• Seattle Grace: On Call - 6 Webisodes
Top Customer Reviews
The season starts with George's death, and later in the season Izzie leaves. It feels somewhat strange at first, but George was in so little of last season I honestly didn't notice his departure as much as Izzie's. We are introduced to some new doctors as the merger happens. They are probably the only thing I didn't like about this season, as I found most of the annoying, with the exception of Dr. Avery. Alex deals with the loss of Izzie and their impending divorce, Christina and Owen have a relationship hurdle to jump over, Callie and Arizona have a 'baby' of a problem, Derek becomes the new chief and all the hardships that come with that, a blast from the past comes back to haunt the Chief, Bailey gets some love action, Lexie and Mark part ways, Meredith deals with her father and a very significant loss. If that isn't enough to entice you, then the finale should be. A gunman is loose in the hospital and no one is safe. Literally every moment has you on the edge of your seat and in a perpetual state of shock. Some don't make it out alive, and others will never be the same. When I watched it live I could hardly wait for the commercial breaks to be over. I never thought any episode would be better that the season 2 finale, but this episode makes that one look like a filler episode. Overall this was a great season with a season finale to 'die' for! Don't miss the season 7 premiere September 23rd!
The season finale was the most intense two-hour television event I had ever watched. The entire time I was on the edge of my seat. I showed it to some people who absolutely loathed the series, and they ended up changing their minds.
This is a must have for anyone who enjoys down right good television.
Created by Shonda Rhimes ("Private Practice"), the drama series revolves around a group of interns and their experience at Seattle Grace Hospital. As well, as a few of the other doctors of the hospital. Throughout the first five seasons, we see these interns become residents and experience relationship problems and also the stress and challenges they face as resident doctors. The last season was a bit more dramatic as love was lost, love was found and we saw one of the main characters battling cancer, while another dies in a tragic accident.
Season six features a merger between Seattle Grace and Mercy West and this season introduces us to new doctors and characters who will have an impact on the current main characters.
NOTE: On "Grey's Anatomy - Complete Sixth Season", there is an extended episode of the season finale "Episode 126 - Death and All His Friends".
"Grey's Anatomy - Complete Sixth Season" is presented in Widescreen (1:78:1) - Enhanced for 16×9 televisions. When it comes to television drama series, "Grey's Anatomy" is one of ABC's highly rated dramas that although filmed in a hospital setting. The cinematography for the final episode was excellent. For the most part, the series looks good on DVD, nice good closeups and skintones are natural and during low light scenes, I didn't see any major noise or compression artifacts. For the most part, the fifth season does look very good on DVD.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love it...will be ordering the next season. (Season 7 & 8)Published 10 days ago by Joyce Little Whiteman
great series. Bad reception fo rthe entire series so far--pixeling, buffering, and freeze frames...takes an hour and a half to watch a 45 minute episode--very frustrating!Published 13 days ago by marie boras
it was a gift for my daughter, she loved it, she has all of the seasons.Published 15 days ago by Amazon Customer