'Grey's Anatomy' Season 13 Spoilers: Series Writer Rhimes Hints Reconciliation Possibility of Jackson and April?
Fans of Japril, rejoice! Grey’s Anatomy Season 13 promises good fortune for Jackson Avery and April Kepner. Series writer Shonda Rhimes tipped-off that there is a chance that the two could get back together because of their daughter’s birth.
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The relationship they had was severely damaged even after April came back during the last season. However, the series had an episode wherein the story of these two lovely characters were explored, as stated by melty Canada.
The fans may recall that Jackson and April went through several rough circumstances. Jackson was not aware of his ex-wife’s pregnancy until after the divorce. Also, these two came to settle on the resolution of having joint custody on their daughter against Jackson’s mother’s plans of taking her away from April.
In the final episode of Season 12, April gave birth to their daughter during a storm in Meredith’s house. Ben Warren was the sole person who was around at that time and it was he who performed the emergency C-section on her.
So, can the fans really expect the best storyline for these two doctors on Grey’s Anatomy Season 13? Spoiler photos are already out and anyone who has seen it may lead to this same conclusion for Jackson and April.
According to the International Business Time, Rhimes said that the Jackson-April storyline portrays the meaning of detachment from each other. Instead of catching the negative side of seeing an ex-love go on a date, she said that they might do a bit of a fun about the concept instead.
She also mentioned that it does not mean Jackson and Alex grew to care less about each other just because Jackson and Alex’s relationship did not go well.
There could be a lot of expectations from the story line of these characters. The only way to find out how their separate lives will connect again is to watch the next season.
Grey’s Anatomy Season 13 will air on September 22 on ABC.
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