Don’t count on to see Dr. Cristina Yang gracing the halls of Gray Sloan Memorial Hospital anytime quickly. Sandra Oh opened up about her 10-season stint on Gray’s Anatomy and revealed why she isn’t taken with reprising her position.
“You understand, I gotta inform you, you guys maintain asking me that query,” the Emmy winner, 47, informed Further on the season 2 premiere of her hit AMC present Killing Eve on Monday, April 1. “I simply received to inform you, creatively you’ve moved on and, whereas I do know and I deeply recognize it, as a result of I can really feel it from the followers how a lot they love Cristina and the way the present nonetheless retains Cristina alive, for me, [Killing Eve] is my residence now. That is the place I’m.”
Oh, who starred on the hit ABC medical drama from 2005 to 2014, added: “I’m Eve and that’s the place I plan to remain so long as the present could have me. And that’s actually the place I need to be.”
This isn’t the primary time the Golden Globe winner has mirrored on her Gray’s Anatomy days. In February 2017, Oh informed Entry that, whereas she has no plans to return to the present, she can be open to showing within the collection finale when the time comes, however “it must really feel proper.”
Oh shared the same sentiment in January whereas contrasting her Killing Eve character, a lady chasing down a psychopathic killer, and her position on Gray’s Anatomy. “I really feel very a lot in a very completely different and separate world with Killing Eve. I used to be truly actually comfortable for the departure,” she admitted throughout a Tv Critics Affiliation panel. “They’re each decided characters. However the place I really feel, and I’m so taken with Eve, is her frazzled-ness, how she doesn’t have issues below management … even the primary two episodes, how she’s fairly insecure and the way she has not discovered her voice, and that’s actually what gravitated me in the direction of this mission.”
Season 2 of Killing Eve premieres on AMC Sunday, April 7, at eight p.m. ET.