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Entertainment Weekly


Poor Sarah Drew is out of work again

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It just ain’t right.

Sarah Drew — who learned earlier this spring that this season of Grey’s Anatomy would be her last — will not be starring in a new CBS drama, either. Shortly after word circulated of her availability, CBS cast her in a reboot of Cagney & Lacey. She was going to play Cagney opposite Michelle Hurd’s Lacey.

But not for long, unfortunately. EW learned today that CBS passed on the pilot and went with a reboot of Magnum P.I. instead. Boo! (To see all of CBS’ pickups so far, click here).

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On Thursday, Drew triumphed in her second to last episode of Grey’s Anatomy. Her character April survives a devastating car crash that had everyone — fans included — worrying she was dead. But no!

Earlier that day, Drew posted a bunch of bittersweet photos from her last days on set. While we’re sure it’s hard to say goodbye to Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital, we have a feeling we’ll be seeing the actress on another hit TV show soon.