Jeffrey Dean Morgan Brings Denny Back to 'Grey's Anatomy'

October 25, 2008 07:52:09 GMT

Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning series, 'Grey's Anatomy', gives Jeffrey Dean Morgan another episode for his Denny Duquette on November 6.

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"Grey's Anatomy" will bring back a dead guy to television. Dr. Izzie Stevens' fiance, Denny Duquette, who already died on the previous season premiere, will have his other appearance in the series. A source has exclusively reported to EW's Michael Ausiello that Jeffrey Dean Morgan will reprise the role as Denny.

Morgan's comeback as Denny is scheduled to air on November 6 episode. Though ABC refuses to give any statement toward the news, there is a speculation that Denny's return has something to do with Dr. Izzie, who is played by Katherine Heigl. It says that on the episode when Denny appears, Dr. Izzie suffers a brain tumor which makes her able to have a communication with the dead.

Before the news about Morgan's reprise is confirmed, the actor has said on the possibility of him returning to the series. As he said to People in July, "Who knows what's going to happen?"


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posted by xx1234xx on Jan 15, 2009
yay! i love denny on greys anatomy! i cant wait for season 5 to air in uk! cant believe hes coming back!!
posted by Moi on Nov 23, 2008
Oh my God. I'm going back to watching HOUSE MD marathons.
posted by amleonard on Oct 29, 2008
I love JDM, so he best be getting some new tv roles, I definitely won't mind seeing him back on Grey's....even for a second
posted by Gregeddie on Oct 27, 2008
ABC!!!! I'm not surprised that NBC would give the story a big no comment. LOL. Regarding the brain tumor for Izzie: please, god, no. Anything but a brain tumor.
posted by Anon on Oct 27, 2008
ABC, not NBC
posted by lisney on Oct 26, 2008
this is just getting ridiculous. they should just kill izzie off!
posted by deedee on Oct 26, 2008
you're joking right about grey's anatomy...

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