Meredith Grey isn’t going anywhere.
Ellen Pompeo has signed a new deal that will keep her as the main lead on Grey’s Anatomy for the popular ABC medical drama’s upcoming 13th season, the actress' rep confirms to ET.
Though details of the deal were not disclosed, Deadline reports that Pompeo -- one of TV’s highest-paid actresses -- earns more than $300,000 per episode.
The news of Pompeo’s return comes less than two weeks after Sara Ramirez, who starred as Dr. Callie Torres for a decade, announced that she would not be returning, opting instead to take “some welcome time off.”
“I send my love to Ellen, the rest of the cast and crew, and I look forward to always being a part of the Shondaland family!” Ramirez wrote on May 19.
Pompeo, 46, is just one of a handful of original cast members who have stayed on Grey’s throughout the entirety of its run, including Justin Chambers, Chandra Wilson and James Pickens Jr. Several of Pompeo’s co-stars are in the midst of renegotiating their deals.
ABC declined to comment.
Grey’s Anatomy returns for season 13 on ABC this fall.