“Station 19” will be coming back with season 4 on November 12, 2020
The second spin-off of critically acclaimed show Grey’s Anatomy, “Station 19” is getting renewed for season 4 on ABC. Filled with drama, action, and romance, the third season of the show saw a 9% rise in the audience. It also attracted an impressive viewership of 13.5 million viewers, making it one of the peak performers of the network.
The show revolves around Andy Herrera who is a strong and confident young firefighter ready to step into her father’s role. Together with her team, she fights emergency situations and navigates convoluted personal and professional relationships.
Season 4 will be in the Thursdays, 8:00pm ET time slot
Station 19 will be broadcasted starting Fall 2020, on Thursdays on at 8:00pm ET on ABC, right before Grey’s anatomy at 9:00pm ET.
What will happen in season 4?
For season 4, Krista Vernoff, Station 19 showrunner, promises a “lot of joy”, as revealed by TVLine. Krista was the showrunner for Grey’s Anatomy before taking over Station 19 for season 3 and going through a significant overhaul of the TV series. In season 4, Station 19 is “hit with a pandemic,” but will be lighter than the previous season, in which Pruitt, Ryan and Rigo meet their makers. Krista agreed that “there was some real darkness last season — so much death” but that season 4 will feature a lot more joy. Of particular interest is the relationship between newly married Andy and Sullivan, who experienced a honeymoon that turned for the worst. Krista mentioned that “They’ve both been through a hell of a lot. But I’m rooting for them!”, leaving the door open for a better future?
New show producer Vernoff also shared a preview of the upcoming season. She mentioned that “Maya and Carina light up the screen together” in the new season to come. It has also been revealed that Carina will be a season 4 regular (played by Stefania Spampinato). As a result, it is a safe bet to say that the relationship between Maya and Carina will take a more prominent role in the new season.
The show’s season 3 finale “Louder Than a Bomb” aired on May 14 and revealed the truth about Andy’s mother who was still alive. While there is no trailer released for season 4 yet, we can expect the story to continue to follow the tumultuous relationships of the firefighters with more challenges thrown their way.
Renewal/cancellation Status: Renewed for Season 4
TVscorecards user score: 86%
About this show:
Grey's Anatomy spinoff series. In Seattle, all firefighters are also trained EMTs and the crew at Station 19 is second to none. Working in 24-hour shifts, these professionals spend so much time together that they build relationships unlike any others.
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