Maybe April did read it right but at in the wrong way from Jackson anyway.
Here’s a thought: Jackson does like Maggie but just not in the way April is thinking .
He has “feelings” for her in the way you do for family. He’s said it himself he see Maggie as Family (as his sister.)
And April was jealous and she hasn’t seen them together before. She hasn’t seen the way they have gotten close like family.
And her and Jackson still haven’t talked so she’s jumped to that conclusion that that’s why they haven’t. When it could be because Jackson just doesn’t know how to tell April he still loves her and he wants to be with and they still haven’t talked about what happened in Montana and they don’t know how.
I think even Maggie knows that maybe Jackson has even told her.
And Maggie just didn’t know what else to say in that scene. She said it herself he doesn’t like her like that. I think April is reading to much into it cause she’s hurt and jealous and she doesn’t know were she and Jackson stand.
But I have full hope that the first episode next season Jackson will find out what has been said and he will set April straight and they will finally talk and he will tell her that he loves her and that look she thought she saw was just a family member (brother) caring for another after everything she has been through with losing family lately.
I think maybe they talked about 9x24 for a reason cause Japril was left on a cliffhanger were we didn’t know what they are gonna be but they still loved each other. Maybe that is the parallels that they are going for and will have a happy season 14 like we had a happy season 10. Just I think it will happen a lot quicker like in the first episode of season 14.
Japril is still alive and April is just confused and jealous. Jackson still loves her and is still in love with her.
Feel free to message me or add on your own thoughts.
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The entire TGIT lineup will return with new seasons in the 2017-18 season. ABC’s Channing Dungey is making her mark with some high-profile early renewals.
Shonda Rhimes-produced Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder have all been renewed for the 2017-18 broadcast season, the Disney-owned network announced Friday.
The early pickups — typically reserved for the most high-profile shows from important producers — will bring Grey’s into its 14th season, Scandal to its seventh and Murder to its fourth. The fate of fellow Rhimes-produced drama The Catch has not yet been announced as the series will not premiere until Murder ends its run this season.
The early pickups comes as Scandal’s return has helped solidify ABC’s Thursday night, which also marked the return of the network’s “TGIT” branding. Since Scandal’s return, the TGIT lineup has helped ABC win Thursday night for the past three weeks in the core adults 18-49 demographic. Scandal’s Jan. 26 return — which featured the show’s president-elect murdered as he was giving his acceptance speech — helped fuel ABC to season highs.
“Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder continue to keep viewers on the edge of their seats and wanting more. I’m thrilled to bring back these shows and the OMG moments that come with them,” Dungey said of the early pickups.
Grey’s, starring Ellen Pompeo,ranks as ABC’s No. 1 show among the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demo, an impressive feat for a show in its 13th season. It’s also a top 10 series in the demo and the No. 3 drama on all of broadcast. Its midseason return on Jan. 26 marked its most-watched telecast since September 2014.
Scandal, starring Kerry Washington and Tony Goldwyn, was bumped to midseason to accommodate star Washington’s second pregnancy. Rhimes has noted that the series will likely feature a reduced episode order as the drama likely heads toward its endgame. The prolific producer has also noted that Scandal isn’t a show that will have the same longevity as a show like Grey’s given the rate in which it burns through plot. (Scandal scripts are 20 pages longer than the typical drama.) The series will mark its 100th episode this season and Dungey told THR in January that they’ve talked about an endgame. “It’s really going to be up to Shonda because she’s the person who really knows where she wants the story to go and where it will play out. I have always said that I will take as much Scandal as she will give me. We are in a universe where she’s comfortable with slightly shorter seasons but my plan is Scandal is back next year and after that, it’ll be a conversation that we’ll have to have.”
Murder, starring Viola Davis and from exec producer and Shondaland disciple Pete Nowalk, returned last month to a season high and its best performance in a year — driven largely by its Scandal lead-in.
Without Scandal at 9 p.m., ABC limped until its return in the slot after opening the season with freshman drama Notorious in the coveted post-Grey’s slot. The drama, which had its order reduced, is not expected to return.
All three shows are produced by Shondaland and exec producer Betsy Beers. They’re from ABC’s sibling studio, ABC Studios, where Rhimes and Beers’ Shondaland banner is under a lucrative overall deal. The company also has Still Star-Crossed (which will change its title) due later this season as well as a drama pilot in contention.
For ABC, these are the first drama renewals for the 2017-18 broadcast season. They join comedy The Middle, produced by Warner Bros. Television, as having scored early pickups. ABC also has at least one new show ordered straight to series for next season in Marvel’s The Inhumans, which will debut in Imax theaters over Labor Day before launching in September with expanded episodes on ABC.