“Grey’s Anatomy” has been on Thursdays for 17 seasons, but still, fans know that a Thanksgiving episode isn’t guaranteed. While ABC sometimes goes ahead with a full Shondaland-schedule on Thursdays, the doctors of Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital are taking Thanksgiving 2020 off.

ABC won’t keep Meredith Grey fans waiting for long. “Grey’s Anatomy” returns next week on Thursday, Dec. 3, and fans are anxiously awaiting the new episode. Season 17, episode 4 will bring in yet another familiar face.

So what’s airing instead on ABC on Thanksgiving? The alphabet net is keeping it family-friendly with a Disney night. Premiering at 8 p.m. EST is “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure” is a 30-minute special that follows everyone’s favorite snowman from “Frozen,” followed by “Toy Story That Time Forgot” at 8:30 p.m. EST.

At 9 p.m. EST, the usual “Grey’s Anatomy” slot, “The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration” will air. The two-hour special looks back at celebrity holiday performances at Disney Parks over the years.

As Meredith battles COVID-19, her dreams send her to a beach with her dead husband, Derek Shepard (Patrick Dempsey). The promo video for next week’s “Grey’s” teases another returning actor. Meredith has quite a few dead loved ones: her mother Ellis (Kate Burton), her sister Lexie (Chyler Leigh), her friend George (T.R. Knight)—it could be anyone.

Watch the commercial below:

“Grey’s Anatomy,” of course, remains an ensemble drama which means there will be plenty of action elsewhere.

“Owen (Kevin McKidd) faces a medical diagnosis that challenges more than he imagined,” the ABC logline reveals. “Meanwhile, Koracick (Greg Germann) begins to go stir crazy; and Maggie (Kelly McCreary) gets a not-so-subtle glimpse into Winston’s (Anthony Hill) background.”

“Grey’s Anatomy” returns Dec. 3 on ABC.

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Ellen Pompeo stars in "Grey's Anatomy" Season 17, which includes a recurring dream sequence set on the beach. ABC