Nov 30, 2016 06:28 AM EST

'Grey's Anatomy' Season 13 Spoilers And & Updates: Episode 10 Airs Next Year? Callie's Return Impossible

"Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 left fans out in the open when the decision to stop and not show viewers episode 10 of the series which will be shown next year. Fans should anticipate a better series as it moves to another chapter.

Alex could go to jail after manhandling Andrew. While Jo finally admitted that she is married and all along was lying about her identity the whole entire time.

Jo might testify and get caught in with Alex's case but things might get worse as her abusive husband might be able to track her down. On the other hand, if she remains silent she might be sent to jail.

According to China Christian Daily, the episode that will be shown next year will also revolve in one relationship and that is of Owen (Kevin McKidd) and Amelia (Caterina Scorsone). During the last episode Amelia decided to leave Owen a note explaining: "Don't make this all your fault. I know you. That's what you do. But please, please don't do that." 

On an interview according to Entertainment Weekly, Owen who is played by Kevin McKidd spoke about his relationship with Ameila. According to McKidd both characters will be having a hard times as they both have different emotions regarding parenthood.

One thing is for certain is that Owen wanted to have babies while Amelia countered to not have children. Many fans expressed their heartfelt consents as to Amelia because they felt her anguish while the others go to Owen's side because they expect him in so much pain.

On the other hand, the first half of "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 enclosed its episodes last November 17 with all that is left is the gripping stories of the different characters involved. While most dealt with the positive side of things and some good company, others are still in search of close that will finally help them move on. For more information about the latest news and updates stay tuned to Jobs & Hire.

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