The book "How to Save a Life" will feature 80 interviews from the current and former cast and crew members.

If you thought you heard enough dramatic details from the Grey's Anatomy set, just wait until you read How to Save a Life, a new book from Entertainment Weekly editor Lynette Rice. The show itself provides enough drama, but the behind-the-scenes goings-on is even more sensational.

Rice, who has covered Grey's numerous times over the years (she was the only reporter to score an interview with Patrick Dempsey following his departure), interviewed 80 subjects for the tell-all book. Current and former cast members, crew members, and musicians give never-before-seen looks into what it was like on set. 

How to Save a Life will give insight into Shonda Rhimes's first script, recount tear-jerking departures, and more. Unfortunately, however, we're going to have to wait a few months before we can get our hands on a copy. The book will be published on September 21, but you can pre-order now by clicking here

The book's announcement comes on the heels of what may or may not be Grey's Anatomy's last season. While it's ABC's most-watched drama TV series, Ellen Pompeo's contract expires at the end of this season. The show's 17th season is one of its shortest, and the winter hiatus is more extended than usual. Fans will have to wait until March to find out what happens to the characters. 

What do you think will happen to Meredith Grey at the end of this season? Are you excited about How to Save a Life? Let us know in the comments.