|Station 19 Seasons|
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The unpredictable lifestyle and life cycle of our team of first responders will significantly affect relationships inside and outside the firehouse. We'll see Andy continue to grapple with her father, former Captain Pruitt, as he fights his own secret battle; and Ben will develop a new emergency response tactic that will combine his skills as a surgeon and firefighter. Meanwhile, Jack faces moral challenges that will test his character; Vic continues to seek happiness after losing Ripley and will come to the aid of a good friend who is in desperate need of help; and Travis is forced to confront difficult events from his past. Dean will be tested in ways he never imagined; and Maya, always the go-getter, will make sacrifices in her personal life to achieve her career goals. And while Sullivan's feelings for Andy still linger, so does the debilitating pain from his recent leg injury.
- The season will include flashbacks about why the firefighters chose to pursue that job and, for Ben, also shine a light in his upbringing and becoming an anesthesiologist.
- Jaina Lee Ortiz as Lieutenant Andy Herrera (10/10)
- Jason George as Dr. Ben Warren (10/10)
- Boris Kodjoe as Battalion Chief Robert Sullivan (10/10)
- Grey Damon as Lieutenant Jack Gibson (10/10)
- Barrett Doss as Victoria Hughes (10/10)
- Jay Hayden as Travis Montgomery (10/10)
- Okieriete Onaodowan as Dean Miller (10/10)
- Danielle Savre as Captain Maya Bishop (10/10)
- Miguel Sandoval as Captain Pruitt Herrera (9/10)
Special Guest Star
Recurring Guest Stars
- Jesse Williams as Dr. Jackson Avery (4/10)
- Jake Borelli as Dr. Levi Schmitt (1/10)
- Jaicy Elliot as Dr. Taryn Helm (1/10)
- Alex Landi as Dr. Nico Kim (2/10)
- Alex Blue Davis as Dr. Casey Parker (1/10)
- Alberto Frezza as Ryan Tanner (2/10)
- Pat Healy as Chief Michael Dixon (5/10)
- Rigo Sanchez as Rigo Vasquez (7/10)
- Kelly Thiebaud as Eva Vasquez (6/10)
- Greg Germann as Dr. Tom Koracick (1/10)
- Brenda Song as JJ (5/10)
- Stefania Spampinato as Dr. Carina DeLuca (6/10)
- Lachlan Buchanan as Emmett Dixon (4/10)
- Gina Ravera as Claudia Flores (2/10)
- Brett Tucker as Lucas Ripley (1/10)
- Caterina Scorsone as Dr. Amelia Shepherd (1/10)
- Drew Rausch as John Finch (2/10)
- Jayne Taini as Marsha (1/10)
- BJ Tanner as William George Bailey Jones (1/10)
- Kevin McKidd as Dr. Owen Hunt
- Kim Raver as Dr. Teddy Altman
Prominent Guest Stars
- Devin Way as Blake Simms (1/10)
- Vivian Nixon as Hannah Brody (2/10)
- Christianno DeRushia as Trey (1/10)
- Dylan Rourke as Todd Youngblood (2/10)
- Lincoln Bonilla as Milo (2/10)
- Noah Alexander Gerry as Joey Phillips (2/10)
Notes and Trivia
- ABC officially renewed Station 19 for a third season on May 10, 2019.
- This is the first season without Stacy McKee as showrunner as she departed after the second season. She was replaced by Krista Vernoff, who now serves as showrunner on both Grey's Anatomy and Station 19.
- This season was moved to mid-season.
- The show will see the development of a romance between a character from Grey's and one from Station 19. Additionally, with Krista Vernoff now helming both shows, the worlds will blend more together. While ABC's entertainment president Karey Burke had previously stated that there would be "weekly cross-overs", she later re-iterated that statement and said that there will likely be only 3 to 4 real cross-over events peppered throughout the season. The goal of the blending together of the world is to mainly bring more of Grey's' DNA to Station 19 than the other way around.
- Krista also elaborated on the show's timeline to make crossovers happen despite Station 19's mid-season premiere. She stated that Grey's Anatomy's timeline will be used to mark the passing of time for both shows. When Station 19 premieres, it will take place at the same time as the Grey's Anatomy episodes airing then and flashbacks will be used to fill in the time gap between the season two finale and the start of season 3.
- In October 2019, the crew flew out to Seattle to shoot scenes on location.
- Production on the season had been wrapped before the corona virus outbreak hit the United States while production on Grey's Anatomy's sixteenth season was shut down with 4 episodes left to film for the season, shortening the season to the 21 episodes that had already been filmed. Unlike Grey's Anatomy, Station 19 will remain unaffected by the pandemic and air its episodes as intended.
|No. in series||No. in season||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|28||1||"I Know This Bar"||Paris Barclay||Krista Vernoff||January 23, 2020|
|After a car crashes into Joe's Bar, Andy and Sullivan lead the team of firefighters as they work to rescue people before the building comes crumbling down.
|29||2||"Indoor Fireworks"||Paris Barclay||Kiley Donovan||January 30, 2020|
|The new Seattle fire chief is introduced to Station 19 and leaves the crew skeptical after his visit. Later, the firefighters are called to a department store fire caused by exploding fireworks, which triggers painful memories from Ben's past and inspires him to pursue a new endeavor. Maya advocates for herself and her career, while Jack becomes more intertwined with an acquaintance and Andy and Ryan have a heart-to-heart.|
|30||3||"Eulogy"||Eric Laneuville||Anupam Nigam||February 6, 2020|
|While Pruitt grieves a monumental loss, Andy refuses to do the same and, instead, throws herself into work. Meanwhile, the crew responds to a widespread carbon monoxide leak, and Sullivan makes a controversial choice for captain.|
|31||4||"House Where Nobody Lives"||Oliver Bokelberg||Meghann Plunkett||February 13, 2020|
|Ben and Jack mollify a group of homeless foster and biological siblings so they can help save a life, triggering memories from Jack's past. Meanwhile, Maya pushes the team too hard and struggles to bring them together and Pruitt threatens to take drastic action when refused a request.|
|32||5||"Into the Woods"||Andy Wolk||Tyrone Finch||February 20, 2020|
|In an effort to increase morale, Maya takes the crew on a team-building camping trip that doesn’t exactly go according to plan. Their bond is put to the test as they work to save first-time campers after a gruesome bear attack. Meanwhile, Pruitt takes steps to repair his relationship with Andy, and Sullivan goes to extreme lengths to find relief from the pain in his leg.|
|33||6||"Ice Ice Baby"||Tessa Blake||Robert Giles||February 27, 2020|
|When a blizzard hits Seattle, Travis must take a difficult call and members of the crew are forced to face their truths. Meanwhile, Ben has rising suspicions about a colleague.|
|34||7||"Satellite of Love"||Paris Barclay||Chris Downey||March 5, 2020|
|As Ben readies the new Physician Response Team truck for the field, his suspicions about Sullivan and the missing Fentanyl continue to grow. Meanwhile, Jack and Rigo try to look past their differences when they are forced to work together and fight a mysterious gas station fire. Dean and JJ try to work through their differing parenting styles, and Travis meets someone new.|
|35||8||"Born to Run"||David Greenspan||Jill Weinberger||March 12, 2020|
|The Station 19 crew responds to a drunk driver scene. Meanwhile, Dean receives advice from Pruitt on a difficult situation, and Sullivan seeks help from Dr. Amelia Shepherd.|
|36||9||"Poor Wandering One"||Janice Cooke||Brian Anthony||March 19, 2020|
|When an Army veteran threatens to blow up a pawn shop, Sullivan reflects on his time as a Marine to deescalate the situation. Meanwhile, Vic and Dean try to reason with a man battling Alzheimer's disease and Pruitt takes a stand to honor fallen firefighters.|
|37||10||"Something About What Happens When We Talk"||Yangzom Brauen||Krista Vernoff||March 26, 2020|
|After some tense and traumatic experiences, the firefighters get a visit from a psychologist.|
|38||11||"No Days Off"||Tom Verica||Cinque Henderson||April 2, 2020|
|While at a lunch seeking Pruitt's blessing for their relationship, Andy and Sullivan jump into action when ICE attempts to raid the restaurant. Meanwhile, Travis gets roped into an awkward lunch with Chief Dixon, Emmett and Emmett's girlfriend and Ben invites Grey-Sloan Memorial surgeons Owen Hunt, Teddy Altman and Jackson Avery to get a sneak peek of the new PRT vehicle.|
|39||12||"I'll Be Seeing You"||Daryn Okada|| Anupam Nigam|
|April 9, 2020|
|The crew battles a storage facility fire with growing complications. Dr. Jackson Avery pops over from Grey Sloan and ends up collaborating with old pal Ben Warren.|
|40||13||"Dream a Little Dream of Me"||Stacey K. Black||Robert Giles||April 16, 2020|
|41||14||"3.14"||Pete Chatmon||April 30, 2020|
|42||15||"3.15"||May 7, 2020|
|43||16||"3.16 (Season Finale)"||May 14, 2020|
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- There will be four big crossover events with Grey's Anatomy throughout the season.
- The season will feature flashbacks for most of the main characters. Some of them have dedicated episodes while others have flashbacks sprinkled throughout the season.