‘Grey’s Anatomy’ EP Writing Shondaland Military Medical Drama for ABC

The untitled drama from Zoanne Clack centers on a U.S. Army Medevac team in Baghdad


ABC has given a script order to a military medical drama from Shondaland and “Grey’s Anatomy” executive producer Zoanne Clack.

The untitled drama centers on members of a U.S. Army Medevac team operating out of a base camp in Baghdad who “get on each other’s nerves, sleep with the wrong people, navigate ‘office’ politics and party like there’s no tomorrow.”

Clack wrote the script and will executive produce with Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers.

The company currently has “Grey’s,” “Scandal” and “How to Get Away With Murder” airing on the network, with “The Catch” due for midseason. It previously sold the comedy “Splitsville,” from “Trophy Wife” duo Emily Halpern and Sarah Haskins, to the network, as well as an untitled drama set in a New York convent.

Clack is represented by CAA.