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Station 19 - Season 4

Station 19 is an American action-drama television series that premiered on American Broadcasting Company (ABC) as a mid-season replacement on March 22, 2018. The series has aired for six seasons, and focuses on lives of the firefighters working on the fictional Station 19, while trying to maintain personal lives. The show is a spin-off series of long running medical drama Grey's Anatomy. The story was introduced with an episode of Grey's Anatomy (originally planned to air in fall 2017) serving as a backdoor pilot. The backdoor pilot episode also featured 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".

Station 19 - Season 4

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In March 2020, ABC renewed the series for a fourth season which premiered on November 12, 2020.[1][2] In May 2021, the series was renewed for a fifth season which premiered on September 30, 2021.[3][4] In January 2022, ABC renewed the series for a sixth season which premiered on October 6, 2022.[5][6]As of March 30, 2023,[update] 89 episodes of Station 19 have aired, currently in its sixth season.

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.

While the station 19 team deals with the effects of COVID-19, the aid car deals with treating child victims involved in a car accident as they return from a party. When the car catches fire things get complicated and quickly turns into a small forest fire. Andy continues to process the news that her mother is still alive while grieving the death of her father. Sullivan struggles with being fired from the Seattle Fire Department and settling into his new job.

Both station 19 and 23 are preparing for the arrival of the new chief, who is revealed to be Natasha Ross, Sullivan's former colleague in the Marines. Ross announces funding for Dean Miller's health initiative program. Both stations get a call to a car that rolled off a cliff and just before leaving, Warren receives a call that Owen Hunt from Grey Sloan Memorial is in the car. Carina, Jack, and Vic think of more ways to get funding for the program, when they have a walk-in - a girl who gets her first period and her brother. Warren goes against Herrera's orders and scales the cliff, finding one dead civilian and Hunt trapped in the car with an open wound. After the team successfully opens the car, Hunt is aerially transported to the top of the cliff using the ladder. Warren hitches a ride, which gets him reprimanded by both Captain Beckett And acting Captain Herrera in front of Chief Ross. After they return back to the station, Ross compliments 19 on a good job and promotes Sullivan to lieutenant. Hughes find out she's pregnant.

DeLuca admits to Bishop that she took a pregnancy test alone. Stern is now running Montgomery's campaign instead of Hughes. The station is starting their girls fire camp. Gibson stops by the station and Ross forces him to volunteer for the camp. Station 19 is called to a helicopter crash. Chief Ross is asking for opinions of Captain Beckett. While rescuing a man from the helicopter, the team revolts against Beckett, who makes Herrera the captain for the misson. Gibson tells Hughes about his sister. A man arrives to the station with several people struck by lightning in his car. Hughes asks the girls from girl camp to help with CPR. Ross asks Hughes to run Crisis One. Ross breaks things off with Sullivan. Bishop is getting increasingly more injured which impacts her work performance.

After the deadly trifecta of Ryan's, Rigo's, and Pruitt's deaths on Station 19 Season 3, followed by the incorporation on the novel coronavirus pandemic throughout this season on top of Battalion Chief Gregory's death at the top of the hour, I don't think we could have handled any more pain and suffering.

With humble beginnings as a professional salsa dancer in the Bronx, New York, Jaina Lee Ortiz set her sights on her dream of becoming an actor. After moving to Los Angeles, California, she made her television debut in Amazon's The After, created by Chris Carter (X-Files). Shortly thereafter, Ortiz starred as the female lead in Fox's Rosewood, then completed a major recurring arc opposite Ryan Phillippe in the second season of the USA hit series Shooter.

Damon's breakout television role came in 2010 when he joined the cast of the critically acclaimed series Friday Night Lights, playing Hastings Ruckle in the final season of the show. He has since had starring roles on the CW's science-fiction drama Star-Crossed, with Matt Lanter and his Friday Night Lights co-star Aimee Teegarden, and on ABC Family's The Nine Lives of Chloe King. Damon's other television credits include recurring roles on HBO's True Blood, ABC Family's Twisted and The CW's The Secret Circle. His guest-starring roles include American Horror Story: Coven, 10 Things I Hate About You and Lincoln Heights.

Savre gained attention early on as a teenager in The WB's drama Summerland, and then for her standout roles in the NBC drama Heroes and as the lead in MTV's 2007 scripted series, Kaya. She also starred in The CW's Supernatural spinoff, Bloodlines, and in the RJ Cutler-directed pilot, Four Stars, for CBS. Most recently, Savre played the lead of Tyler Perry's comedy series Too Close to Home for two seasons. Other notable performances include Bring It On: All or Nothing, Boogeyman 2 and a multi-episode arc on Blue Bloods. She recently completed lead roles in several independent films, including the Black List screenplay Adulterers and Wild About Harry, which won the Best of the Fest Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.

Station 19 fans, though, have become all too familiar with grief, as Station 19 Season 3 was a particularly bloody season for longtime viewers, what with the death of three characters -- two of whom had been with us since the beginning.

Station 19 took us right back to the tense reunion between Andy Herrera (Jaina Lee Ortiz) and her once-presumed-dead mother, Elena (Patricia de Leon), and if there was ever a time for sparks to fly... well, now was that time. After coming back into Andy's life unannounced in the season 3 finale, Elena had some explaining to do. Like, what did Pruitt know, why didn't she ever come back and what was she doing during the 20 years she was gone?

And as the firehouse contends with the coronavirus, other characters within 19 saw their fair share of hiccups. From Dean's awkward realization that he actually loves Vic to Andy and Sullivan's temporary 90-day breakup to Travis' uncomfortable discovery that his dad is on a gay dating app, there's a lot more drama ahead for the firefighters of Station 19 with the season now in full swing. ET hopped on the phone with Barclay, the executive producer and director of Thursday's premiere, to get the scoop on what's to come.

Paris Barclay: As we were preparing for the season the first month or so, we just really talked about safety and how we can protect the actors and protect the rest of the crew in this environment. So a lot of it was just setting up the protocols. As the unions were negotiating, we tried to figure out what we could do to keep our whole crew and cast safe. And then we got the word that [Grey's Anatomy and Station 19 showrunner] Krista [Vernoff] had decided that COVID would be a part of the story and that we would embrace it. We actually breathed a sigh of relief, because that allows our actors to actually be in masks in many instances and to be protected naturally, because that's the environment. And when they go out, extras would be in masks if they were in certain places. And so, it just helped us to just create the show in the real world. I mean, this is the season that's going to be the most real because of it, because we've embraced COVID and also, it's going to be the one that's going to be the most safe. We haven't even had anyone get the flu so far this season. Knock on wood that keeps up.

It's such a good question, but as you know from watching your Shondaland shows, love is very difficult to find, and what appears to be love sometimes isn't always love. Part of the interesting thing about Jack this season is, is it real or is it just Memorex? As we used to say in the olden days. Jack has been through so many different relationships and some of them have been very quick and most of them have been unfruitful. The question is, does he really want to dive into another one? And does he really want to take that risk again? And even if he does, is it the right situation to be in? As Jack grows, that's going to become increasingly complicated. It used to be super easy for him just to do it. But nowadays, as he gets more mature, having those relationships that he's had with reckless abandon has become increasingly difficult. I certainly hope he finds love though, because I root for Jack. And my sons; I have two teenage sons. They root for Jack too. So I can tell you that, at least in my family, we hope that Jack does find love. 041b061a72


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