paris barclay checks-in for a permanent spot in the upcoming "Grey's Anatomy" spinoff on ABC. Read on for more details.

Paris Barclay joins Shondaland

Barclay reunited with Shonda Rhimes for the second time as part of the production for the spinoff. He shared some photos for possible shoot locations and teased on his brand-new role. You can check out below.

The Hollywood Reporter exclusively reported that the 61-year-old helmer will serve as a director in the still-untitled series.

He will also join other EPs including Shonda Rhimes and Betty Beers.

Barclay isn't new in the small screen industry. He had worked on various shows such as "ER," "Lost," and "NYPD: Blue" which led to several nominations and 2 Emmy awards. His recent TV credits include "Sons of Anarchy," "NCIS: Los Angeles," and "Empire."

Barclay and Rhimes previously worked together on "Scandal" Season 5. He worked on Episode 14 "I See You" which aired on Mar. 17, 2016. In addition to his massive TV resume, Barclay served as the head of the President of the Directors Guild of America from 2013 until 2017.

Will Jason George leave 'Grey's Anatomy?'

Jason George (Ben Warren) went on full firefighter mode in the Season 13 finale.

Fans began speculating that he might leave his regular spot in "Grey's Anatomy" but there's a chance that it won't happen.

THR stressed that the latest Shondaland offering will include a different set of cast members but the production team has yet to release an update regarding this.

However, someone from the crew might permanently head to the show.

"Grey's Anatomy" co-showrunner Stacy McKee will leave her EP work to lead the upcoming sequel.

Other spinoff spoilers

It follows the steps of "Private Practice," the first ever sequel based on the longtime medical drama series. It will follow the lives of heroic Seattle firefighters similar to the theme of "Chicago Fire."

ABC chief Channing Dungey announced the news last May.

The network executive shared that Ellen Pompeo-starring show will be the perfect place to start a new chapter.

Dungey added, “No one can interweave the jeopardy firefighters face in the line of duty with the drama in their personal lives quite like Shonda."

ABC got a straight-to-series order for the planned project. The network will also release a planted episode on "Grey's Anatomy" Season 14 before it heads to regular programming.

"Grey's Anatomy" will return soon on ABC.