Station 19

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Station 19
Station 19 logo.jpg
Genre
Created byStacy McKee
Based onGrey's Anatomy
by Shonda Rhimes
Starring
Narrated byJaina Lee Ortiz
Composer(s)Photek
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes17 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
Producer(s)
  • Tia Napolitano
  • Angela Harvey
  • Phillip Iscove
  • Christine Larson-Nitzsche
Production location(s)Los Angeles
Running time43 minutes
Production company(s)
DistributorDisney–ABC Domestic Television
Release
Original networkABC
Picture format720p (HDTV)
Audio format5.1 surround sound
Original releaseMarch 22, 2018 (2018-03-22) – present (present)
Chronology
Related showsGrey's Anatomy
External links
Official website

Station 19 is an American action-drama television series created by Stacy McKee for ABC. McKee, Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers, and Paris Barclay serve as executive producers on the series, which is the second spin-off to Grey's Anatomy. Set in Seattle, the series focuses on the lives of the men and women at Seattle Fire Station 19. The series is produced by Shondaland and ABC Studios, with McKee serving as showrunner.

The series stars Jaina Lee Ortiz, Jason George, Grey Damon, Barrett Doss, Alberto Frezza, Jay Hayden, Okieriete Onaodowan, Danielle Savre, and Miguel Sandoval. In May 2017, the spin-off received a series order from ABC. Ortiz was cast in July 2017, and the cast was filled out by October. Filming for the series takes place primarily in Los Angeles.

The first season, consisting of ten episodes, originally aired from March 22 to May 17, 2018. In May 2018, ABC renewed the series for a second season, which premiered on October 4, 2018.

Premise[edit]

The series follows a group of heroic firefighters of the Seattle Fire Department at Station 19 from the captain down the ranks to the newest recruit in their personal and professional lives.[1]

Cast and characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Jaina Lee Ortiz as Andrea "Andy" Herrera: A confident Lieutenant at Station 19 and the daughter of Captain Pruitt Herrera. She was a Co-Acting Captain of Station 19.[1][2]
  • Jason George as Ben Warren: A firefighter at Station 19 and a former anesthesiologist-turned-surgical-resident at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. He is married to Miranda Bailey.[1][2]
  • Grey Damon as Jack Gibson: Lieutenant at Station 19. He is passionate, energetic, and fearless. He was one of Station 19’s Co-Acting Captains, along with Herrera [1][2]
  • Barrett Doss as Victoria "Vic" Hughes: A younger firefighter at Station 19.[1][2]
  • Alberto Frezza as Ryan Tanner: A police officer at Seattle PD. He and Andy are longtime friends and had a romantic relationship in high school.[1][2]
  • Jay Hayden as Travis Montgomery: A firefighter and the heart of Station 19.[1][2]
  • Okieriete Onaodowan as Dean Miller: A charismatic firefighter at Station 19.[1][2]
  • Danielle Savre as Maya Bishop: A bisexual firefighter at Station 19 and a former Olympic athlete who is also Andy's best friend.[1][2]
  • Miguel Sandoval as Pruitt Herrera: Captain at Station 19 and a mentor to Andy and Jack. He steps down from his role in the series premiere.[1][2]
  • Boris Kodjoe as Robert Sullivan (season 2): Prior to being Captain he was the General at the Academy where Miller and Gibson were training. The new Captain at Station 19. In the second season we learn that he was once best friends with Chief Ripley.[3][4]

Recurring[edit]

  • Marla Gibbs as Edith, a feisty retirement home retiree who sets up Travis with her grandson, Grant[5]
  • Brett Tucker as Fire Chief Lucas Ripley, the Fire Chief for Seattle Fire Department[6]
  • Brenda Song as JJ, a music reviewer who Dean saves from a fire and later begins to date[7]
  • Leslie Hope as Battalion Chief Frankel, the battalion chief for Seattle Fire Department
  • Sterling Sulieman as Grant, the sous chef grandson of Edith who she sets up with Travis
  • Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey: Chief of Surgery at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital and Ben Warren's wife.[8]

Notable guests[edit]

Episodes[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
PilotMarch 1, 2018 (2018-03-01)
110March 22, 2018 (2018-03-22)May 17, 2018 (2018-05-17)
217[9]October 4, 2018 (2018-10-04)TBA

Backdoor pilot (2018)[edit]

For the backdoor pilot, "No. overall" and "No. in season" refer to the episode's place in the order of episodes of the parent series Grey's Anatomy.

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
(millions)
30613"You Really Got a Hold on Me"Nzingha StewartStacy McKeeMarch 1, 2018 (2018-03-01)7.52[10]
A house fire brings two young boys, who were rescued by the Seattle fire department—Station 19, to the ER. Meredith Grey meets Andy Herrera, a firefighter, who has her hand inside the patient, clamping his abdominal aorta. While Andy gets a front row seat to view the action inside the OR, Ben Warren struggles with the idea of not being a surgeon anymore. Dr Koracik, Amelia Shepherd's former professor, shows up to help her with her research project, but quickly shoots down her ideas. However, when they confront each other about their difference in opinion, they come up with an idea to save her patient. Richard Webber watches Miranda Bailey very closely, as it's her first day back after recovering from her heart attack. Jackson Avery begins to worry about April Kepner and the fact that the interns have nicknamed her "the Party."

Season 1 (2018)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
(millions)
11"Stuck"Paris BarclayStacy McKeeMarch 22, 2018 (2018-03-22)5.43[11]
When the team responds to an apartment fire, Captain Pruitt takes a hit, the future of the station's leadership is in jeopardy and firefighter Andy Herrera is forced to step up. Meanwhile, new recruit Ben Warren is trading in the scalpel for a fresh start as a firefighter, but it hasn’t been easy and he has a hard time realizing that emergencies in the field are vastly different than those at Grey Sloan Memorial.
22"Invisible To Me"Paris BarclayStacy McKeeMarch 22, 2018 (2018-03-22)5.43[11]
With the absence of Captain Pruitt, Andy and Jack try to navigate how to work together, when they have to take turns on being captain. Andy is the first one, but things get complicated on her first day. Warren and Victoria start working together when the fire alarm is pulled on Ben's son (Tucker)'s school. In the meantime, Dean meets a civilian, JJ, when she asks him help to fix her apartment's alarm. A car accident on a rural road puts both the victims and the crew’s lives at risk.
33"Contain the Flame"Mary Lou BelliWendy CalhounMarch 29, 2018 (2018-03-29)5.86[12]
The team responds to the house fire at JJ's apartment with Dean risking his life to save Seth, who ends up dying at the hospital. An emotional JJ visits Dean at the station to help her process the loss. After a disagreement between Jack and Andy on the scene, Frankel calls them both out on their mistakes and later shows her respect for Jack because he, unlike Andy, had to work his way up without connections. Andy overhears this but leaves before Jack tells Frankel that if anything, Andy's father held her back. Maya and Travis pick sides for the Captain position. Ben finds it difficult not to have a follow-up with the people they rescue. Pruitt has a hard time staying at home and ends up returning to the station for administrative duties while Ryan wonders if Andy still sees him as his teenage self like her father does.
44"Reignited"Dennis SmithIlene RosenzweigApril 5, 2018 (2018-04-05)5.09[13]
The team deals with a fire at a brand-new bed-and-breakfast that keeps reigniting. Jack and Andy resume their sexual relationship after a week of bickering as co-captains, but they are not at secretive as they think they are. Maya keeps her distance from Andy after she asked Maya to back off and doesn't tell her when Ryan has her come over to the police station to identify her brother, who was caught shoplifting art supplies. Instead, she confides in Ryan that her brother lost his way because of their parents' devotion to her Olympic career. Dean seeks to ask out JJ and asks Travis and Pruitt for advice. Travis meets a handsome man through Edith. Meanwhile, Ben notices that the blue fire experience has left a mark on Victoria, who denies having developed a fear of fire as it would end her career.
55"Shock to the System"Milan CheylovAnupam NigamApril 12, 2018 (2018-04-12)5.59[14]
Maya and Andy go on a stakeout for a raid set up by Ryan and his team. While they fear for his safety, they hash out the recent tension between them and come clean about their problems. Seeing Ryan in his professional environment sparks Andy's interest. Pruitt turns up the heat on Jack following his discovery of his and Andy's sexual relationship. One by one, the other team members find out as well. Bailey visits the station and reprimands Pruitt for not following her instructions. JJ asks Dean out on a date. The team responds to a man caught in a dangerous, electrical situation while a pregnant woman, who turns out to be the man's wife, comes to the station looking for help with car seats.
66"Stronger Together"Nzingha StewartAngela L. HarveyApril 19, 2018 (2018-04-19)5.41[15]
Jack and Andy participate in the captaincy drill test, The Incinerator. Much to their dismay, they learn that all the candidates are up for the department's sole available captain position at Station 19. Jack and Andy decide to work together in order to make sure one of them will end up getting the position. After Andy breaks protocol to save a life, Frankel's bias towards Andy is called into question by Fire Chief Ripley, whom Jack impresses with his test. With Travis as acting captain, the team responds to a woman whose leg is caught in a pothole. Inspired by the woman's courage to finally express her love to her long-time friend, Victoria comes clean to the team about her fear of fire. The team decides to keep it a secret from the lieutenants and to help Victoria any way they can. Pruitt seeks out Bailey for help when his health takes a turn for the worse.
77"Let It Burn"James HanlonBarbara Kaye FriendApril 26, 2018 (2018-04-26)5.17[16]
Despite his increase in symptoms, Pruitt runs before Bailey can perform a checkup. He tries to hide his worsening symptoms but his colleagues find out and take him back to the hospital, where his treatment is increased. He also realizes he has to let people in and allows Andy to be kept in the loop. Edith plays Cupid for Travis and Grant, but Travis isn't too eager to start dating again. Maya and Travis help Victoria face her fears, while Maya runs into her homeless brother again and tries to offer him help. Ryan joins the team as they respond to a strip mall fire much to Jack's dismay. It leads Ryan to discover his heroic side, which causes him to tell Andy that he's done standing back. Bailey discovers that Ben has been hiding the dangerous calls from her.
88"Every Second Counts"Marisol AdlerTia NapolitanoMay 3, 2018 (2018-05-03)5.14[17]
The time has come for peer reviews in the battle for the Captain position. Fire Chief Ripley interviews each team member and stresses the importance of a call earlier that day that went horribly wrong due to decisions made by both Jack and Andy. After piecing together what happened exactly from their testimonies, Ripley forces everyone to take a side based on the difficult dilemma the lieutenants were faced with. Victoria lashes out and tells him he has to pick either Jack or Andy rather than an outside candidate, but her behavior does more harm than good. Maya is surprised by Ripley's recommendation to run for Lieutenant herself. Travis surprisingly backs Andy given his bad experiences with incapable Captains while Dean also backs her despite his support for Jack. Pruitt, who's stuck at the hospital for a new round of chemo, confides in Ripley that he should choose neither Jack nor Andy.
99"Hot Box"Nicole RubioPhillip IscoveMay 10, 2018 (2018-05-10)4.45[18]
Pruitt warns Andy not to get her hopes up for the Captain position. A tired Dean messes up at the scene of a house fire and traps part of the team, police officers, and a civilian in a garage that was specifically built to keep people out. As the rest of the team has trouble reaching the fire inside the highly protected house, the temperature in the garage keeps rising, threatening the lives of everyone inside. With a similar call that ended with the deaths of his colleagues in his mind, Pruitt arrives at the scene to urge Andy to fight herself a way out. The trapped people work together and cause an explosion to bust open the garage doors. While celebrating their victory, Victoria covers for Dean, Jack finds out about Andy's involvement with Ryan, and Pruitt comes clean to Andy about his recommendation for the Captain position, explaining he wanted to rally the team against an outsider.
1010"Not Your Hero"Paris BarclayStacy McKeeMay 17, 2018 (2018-05-17)5.10[19]
The team celebrates Ben surviving 50 fires. Ripley's interviews with the remaining candidates are cut short when he has to help out at a skyscraper fire. Jack tells Andy he's transferring to another station if he doesn't make Captain. After remaining on standby for hours, the team is finally called to the skyscraper fire. Maya and Victoria work with Molly, an evacuation captain, to control a crowd stuck on a floor above the fire. Maya hides her hearing problems following the barotrauma she suffered in the garage. Dean and Jack try to keep the fire away from combustibles on the building's maintenance floor. After the fire jumps floors and chaos ensues, Ben has to save a lethally injured Travis and finds a trampled Molly in the staircase, forcing him to choose between saving her or Travis. Andy saves Charlotte and impresses Ripley. However, she openly defies his orders by sending an elevator to the floor Jack and Dean are stuck on. Jack stays behind to close fire doors to save the scattered crew. As Andy begs him to save himself, they lose contact and a blast shakes the building, putting everyone's life in jeopardy. Meanwhile, back the station, Ryan and Bailey work to resuscitate an unconscious Pruitt.

Season 2 (2018)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
(millions)
111"No Recovery"Paris BarclayStacy McKeeOctober 4, 2018 (2018-10-04)5.17[20]
Following the blast, Andy disobeys Ripley's orders and goes back to look for Jack accompanied by Maya. After saving a victim, Dean also goes back inside against Ripley's order to save Jack, but he ends up assisting Victoria in getting Travis out. Ben manages to save Molly while Andy and Maya save Jack. Travis and Molly are taken to Grey Sloan Memorial. While waiting, Ben bonds with Molly's mother and finds that Victoria blames him for leaving Travis. However, she forgives him when she sees how heartbroken he is to find out about Molly's passing on the operating table. Pruitt pulls through and Andy is told he is close to remission, but Ryan keeping his deterioration a secret from here leads to them deciding to break their pattern of looking for comfort with one another. The station's crew is introduced to their new, tough captain: Robert Sullivan. Meanwhile, flashbacks detail the origins of the close friendships between Maya and Andy, Dean and Jack, and Victoria and Travis.
122"Under the Surface"Milan CheylovTia NapolitanoOctober 11, 2018 (2018-10-11)6.54[21]

Dean asks out Dr. Maggie Pierce. Andy decides to impress the new captain by letting him bask in her awesome but finds that her father is holding her back. With Pruitt approaching remission, Andy decides to move out and accepts Maya's offer to come live with her. The team sets out to rescue a boy who ran away from Grey Sloan and fell into the drainage system pipes while being pursued by Ryan. Andy attempts a risky move to save the boy but sidelines a prepared Maya in doing so, resulting in a fight between the two as well as a reprimand for Andy by Sullivan. After having joined the firefighters at the rescue scene with Dr. Andrew DeLuca, Maggie turns Dean down, but he lets her know that his offer still stands, should she ever be without a boyfriend. Travis visits the station and is drawn into the action of the rescue. Ben is put on desk duty for not sticking to protocol and Pruitt is offended when Sullivan suggests he retire.


This episode concludes a crossover with Grey's Anatomy that begins on "Momma Knows Best".
133"Home to Hold Onto"Tessa BlakeAnupam NigamOctober 18, 2018 (2018-10-18)4.16[22]
The firehouse is on high alert as their new captain gives out orders. Maya and Andrea are living as friends together. At a call, an old woman is stuck and Andrea goes in to rescue her. Travis and Vic are at odds after she reveals that she almost saw him die. Meanwhile, a police ride along turns into a brief partnership.
144"Lost and Found"Marcus StokesJim CampolongoOctober 25, 2018 (2018-10-25)5.02[23]
155"Do a Little Harm..."Sylvain WhiteAngela L. HarveyNovember 1, 2018 (2018-11-01)4.89[24]
166"Last Day on Earth"Steve RobinPhillip IscoveNovember 8, 2018 (2018-11-08)5.10[25]
177"Weather the Storm"Oliver BokelbergStacy McKeeNovember 15, 2018 (2018-11-15)5.91[26]
With a windstorm raging over Seattle, the team's Friendsgiving at Dean's is cut short and moved over to the station. Andy and Sullivan head out in the aid car to aid a hit-and-run victim. Upon finding out the accident happened at the exact same spot where his wife died, Robert has trouble keeping himself together while a faulty connection to dispatch leaves them unsure which hospital is still accessible. The rest of the team heads out to free a man who got trapped under a collapsed car port. While at the scene, the situation worsens when destroyed electrical wiring causes a house fire. Back at the station, Jack is unable to hide his PTSD from Pruitt. Meanwhile, Ryan discovers that the FBI has issued an arrest warrant for his father, leaving him unsure whether to act on it or not. Ripley and Victoria try to hide their budding relationship while he spends the day at the station. Over dinner, he announces that Maya will soon be promoted to Lieutenant, although the promotion requires her to move to Station 23. Maya calls Andy to tell her, but Andy is unreachable as the aid car was blown off the road into a ravine.

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

On May 16, 2017, ABC chief Channing Dungey announced at ABC's upfront presentation that the network had given a straight-to-series order for a second Grey's Anatomy spin-off. Stacy McKee, a long-term Grey's writer and executive producer, will serve as showrunner and executive producer, with Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers also serving as executive producers. The series, which would be set in a Seattle firehouse, would follow the lives of a group of firefighters.[27] The order consisted of 10 episodes.[2] When announcing the series, Dungey said, "No one can interweave the jeopardy firefighters face in the line of duty with the drama in their personal lives quite like Shonda, and Grey's signature Seattle setting is the perfect backdrop for this exciting spinoff."[28] Patrick Moran, president at ABC Studios, added that "We talked [with Shonda] about the elements of Grey's Anatomy that seem to resonate with the audience — emotional storytelling, deep human connection, a high-stakes environment and strong and empowered women — and those elements will carry over to the spinoff."[29] In July 2017, Paris Barclay signed on to the series as producing director and executive producer.[30] In January 2018, it was announced that Ellen Pompeo had renewed her contract to portray Meredith Grey through season 16 of Grey's, in addition to becoming a producer on the show and a co-executive producer on the spin-off.[31] Later that month, ABC announced that the series would be titled Station 19.[32]

An episode of Grey's Anatomy, originally planned to air in fall 2017 but instead set to air in March 2018, will serve as a backdoor pilot for the series.[30][33] The backdoor pilot episode will feature the introduction of the lead character of the spin-off, Andy Herrera, "as a story within the episode" and "showcase a really lovely story for Ben, where we get to just juxtapose his two worlds and see his reaction as he transitions from one world to the next".[33]

On May 11, 2018, ABC renewed the series for a second season.[34] The second season is scheduled to premiere on October 4, 2018.[35] On October 19, 2018, it was announced that ABC had ordered a full season for the second season.[36]

Casting[edit]

On July 26, 2017, Jaina Lee Ortiz was cast as the female lead.[37] In September 2017, it was announced that Jason George, who has played Dr. Ben Warren since season 6 of Grey's Anatomy, would be leaving the series to join the spin-off as a series regular. He is expected to continue to be a series regular on Grey's until production on the spin-off begins.[38] On October 6, Grey Damon was cast as Lieutenant Jack, Jay Hayden as Travis, Okieriete Onaodowan as Dean, Danielle Savre as Maya, and Barrett Doss as Victoria.[39][40][2] They were shortly followed by Miguel Sandoval as Captain Pruitt,[41] and Alberto Frezza as police officer Ryan.[42]

Filming[edit]

Filming for the first season began on October 18, 2017,[43] and concluded on April 2, 2018.[citation needed] Filming for the series takes place primarily in Los Angeles;[33] additional filming for the series takes place in Seattle. The station in Station 19 is based on Seattle's Station 20, located in its Queen Anne neighborhood.[44]

Release[edit]

Broadcast[edit]

Station 19 began airing on March 22, 2018, on ABC in the United States.[45] CTV acquired the broadcast rights for Canada.[46] Sky Living acquired the rights for to air the series in the UK & Ireland.[citation needed]

Marketing[edit]

In early December 2017, Entertainment Weekly released first look images of the series.[33]

Reception[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Season 1[edit]

No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Stuck" March 22, 2018 1.1/5 5.43[11] 0.9 3.11 2.0 8.54[47]
2 "Invisible To Me" March 22, 2018 1.1/5 5.43[11] 0.9 3.11 2.0 8.54[47]
3 "Contain the Flame" March 29, 2018 1.2/5 5.86[12] 0.8 2.70 2.0 8.56[48]
4 "Reignited" April 5, 2018 1.0/4 5.09[13] 0.8 2.63 1.8 7.72[49]
5 "Shock to the System" April 12, 2018 1.0/4 5.59[14] 0.8 2.40 1.8 7.99[50]
6 "Stronger Together" April 19, 2018 1.1/4 5.41[15] 0.7 2.42 1.8 7.84[51]
7 "Let It Burn" April 26, 2018 0.9/3 5.17[16] 0.7 2.30 1.6 7.47[52]
8 "Every Second Counts" May 3, 2018 1.0/4 5.14[17] 0.7 2.25 1.7 7.40[53]
9 "Hot Box" May 10, 2018 0.9/4 4.45[18] 0.7 2.29 1.6 6.75[54]
10 "Not Your Hero" May 17, 2018 1.0/4 5.10[19] 0.7 2.26 1.7 7.35[55]

Season 2[edit]

No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "No Recovery" October 4, 2018 1.1/5 5.17[20] 0.6 2.36 1.7 7.53[56]
2 "Under the Surface" October 11, 2018 1.3/5 6.54[21] 0.9 2.75 2.2 9.29[57]
3 "Home to Hold Onto" October 18, 2018 0.8/3 4.16[22] 0.7 2.25 1.5 6.40[58]
4 "Lost and Found" October 25, 2018 0.9/4 5.02[23] 0.6 2.16 1.5 7.19[59]
5 "Do a Little Harm.." November 1, 2018 0.9/4 4.89[24] 0.7 2.32 1.6 7.21[60]
6 "Last Day on Earth" November 8, 2018 1.0/5 5.10[25] 0.7 2.38 1.7 7.48[61]
7 "Weather the Storm" November 15, 2018 1.2/5 5.91[26] 0.7 2.40 1.9 8.31[62]

Critical response[edit]

The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported a 63% approval rating with an average rating of 6.0/10 based on 16 reviews.[63] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 55 out of 100 based on 10 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[64]

Accolades[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 Imagen Awards Best Primetime Program – Drama Station 19 Won [65]

References[edit]

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