“Rosewood” alum Jaina Lee Ortiz has just been cast in the upcoming “Grey’s Anatomy” spinoff on ABC.

As of late, the series still does not have its official title, and Ortiz is the first actress to have been given a role in the project. According to Deadline, she is also rumored to play the lead role in the show that will center on the firefighters in Seattle. All of the main characters from the spinoff will also be introduced in one of the episodes of “Grey’s Anatomy” Season 14 this fall.

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According to Entertainment Weekly, the cast of the hit ABC series have also kicked off production for Season 14 in Seattle. Even though the hospital in “Grey’s Anatomy” is said to be located in Seattle, the filming actually takes place in Los Angeles. But since “Grey’s Anatomy” will share scenes with the firefighters from the upcoming spinoff, the cast will be filming in Seattle for a couple of weeks.

The publication also noted that the scenes being filmed in the city will not only be featured in episode 1, titled “Break Down the House.” Instead, they will also be shooting multiple exteriors that will be used throughout Season 14. But after everything is completed, the production for “Grey’s Anatomy” Season 14 will continue in Los Angeles.

Meanwhile, the untitled “Grey’s Anatomy” spinoff has received a midseason premiere from ABC. Stacy McKee, who has been working with Rhimes as executive producer for the medical drama will also serve as EP for the upcoming series. In May, ABC network president Channing Dungey spoke at ABC’s Upfronts week presentation to express her excitement over Rhimes’ new show.

“No one can interweave the jeopardy firefighters face in the line of duty with the drama in their personal lives quite like Shonda, and the ‘Grey’s’ signature Seattle setting is the perfect backdrop for this exciting spinoff,” she said (via E! News).

In other news, this is not the first time that Rhimes and her team would release a spinoff for “Grey’s Anatomy.” In 2007, Kate Walsh headlined “Private Practice,” but the series was canceled after only six seasons.