The long-running Grey's Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo was asked questions by listeners in the latest edition of her show Tell Me With Ellen Pompeo.

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When asked what issue she'd like the medical drama that is advancing to discuss in the future, she spoke up.

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"This is a tricky question to answer," Pompeo declared, "because the truth is we've covered many crucial topics.

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If I had a desire to do anything it would be to not be so preachy in one particular episode concerning certain issues."

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Shonda Rimes was the creator and producer of the ABC show, on which Pompeo has also been a producer. The show has dealt with difficult subjects.

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such as police brutality as well as immigration, abortion, the opioid addiction crisis, racism, and more, over the 18 seasons.

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"It's like, we do one episode about let's see, Asian hate crimes is one that we did this past season that was really moving," Pompeo declared.

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"I believe I'd like to watch things unfold more slowly and with time.

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It's like, constantly and with less to smack you in the head for a mere hour, and then we do not ever talk about it again.

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I'd like to be able to sort of getting in touch with the important social problems that are crucial and pertinent and weave them into."

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Pompeo has reduced her time working on her Emmy winner to allow her to create and appear in a true-crime eight-episode series on Hulu,

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that, according to Deadline the website, is currently identified as it the Untitled Orphan Project.

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