It's the all new season of "Grey's Anatomy" coming this fall, but fans are still in a trance over the previous season's dramatic conclusion. The doctors at Grey's Seattle Memorial Hospital have earned their unquestionable knowledge in their field of work, but it's their respective relationships that are most interesting in season 13's storyline. According to the latest news, Season 14 is expected to walk down the memory lane of the past of each doctor and this could define the current status of their love life.

Relationships to watch out for this fall

Owen (Kevin McKidd) and Amelia's (Caterina Scorsone) marriage marked the start of a new beginning for the two doctors. But when Owen hinted about wanting to have a baby, Amelia realized she wasn't ready and everything went downhill from there. When they separated, it took a while before they realized there might be a glimmer of hope for their dream family. But with Owen's sister arriving on the scene, will their hopes of reviving their marriage become successful?

Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) has one of the most decorative love lives in "Grey's Anatomy," but when Callie Torres (Sara Ramirez) left her and their marriage turned to a rocky divorce, the pediatric surgeon vowed that she would get custody of their daughter Sophia.

Since Callie's transfer to New York, Arizona found a new love interest in Dr. Eliza Minnick (Marika Dominzyck), the most unlikable surgeon in Grey's Seattle. Their relationship flourished during Minnick's struggle to feel accepted as one of the doctors in the hospital. The highlight of season 13 featured Minnick telling Arizona that she was fired from her job.

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"Grey's Anatomy Season 14" will definitely feature the unlikely pairing of Maggie (Kelly McCreary) and Jackson (Jesse James). The relationship of Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Nathan (Martin Henderson) threw Maggie out of the scene, hence the possibility of a relationship with Jackson.

ABC and its primetime shows

"Grey's Anatomy Season 14" on ABC will retain its Thursday schedule at 8:00 p.m and fans can expect the new season this fall.

Meanwhile, for those who missed "Grey's Anatomy Season 13," a DVD release is set for August 29, 2017, in Region 1 and Region 2 on October 2, 2017. The DVD release will include all 24 episodes of Grey's season 13 and is comprised of six DVDs, an Ellen Pompeo interview and some of the previous season's deleted scenes.