Mark your calendars! The end is coming sooner than you think. Here is everything we know so far about the final
episode of Station 19 Season 6.
Attention readers! Yet another exciting chapter in the lives of the fictional Station 19 firefighters is coming to an end shortly! Yes, the ongoing reports circulating all over social media are true that the sixth season of the beloved action-drama television series created by Stacy McKee for ABC has set an official release date for the season’s finale episode.
So, if you’re wondering what happens in the finale of this season, we can assure you that there’s still plenty to look forward to! As a result, we have compiled all the necessary details about when the finale episode of Station 19 Season 6 will premiere on ABC. Continue reading to find out more about what new surprises the finale has in store for loyal viewers.
Station 19 Season 6 Finale Release Date and Time Slot
The final episode, simply titled, “Glamorous Life,” is now confirmed to air later this month on Thursday, May 18, 2023, at the same scheduled time slot of 8/7c on ABC and later available on Hulu. Not much has been revealed about the finale, but the official synopsis of the episode states, “The Station 19 crew attends the Firefighters Ball, but are called away when disaster strikes.”
We are certain that this finale episode will conclude another successful season of this American action-drama television series will a major cliffhanger and continue the plot further into the already renewed seventh season, which is expected to premiere in Fall 2023 as a part of the 2023–24 television broadcasting season.
On the other hand, the details about the penultimate episode, “All These Things That I’ve Done,” have also been revealed, which will air next week on Thursday, May 11, 2023, at the same time slot. The official synopsis of the episode reads, “All eyes on the mayoral race; Andy, Theo, and Sullivan vie to be named captain; Vic forges an unexpected bond after going rogue.”
While you wait for the finale to premiere, take a look at the newly released 30-second official promo for a brand new episode, “All These Things That I’ve Done,” below:
Station 19 Season 6 Finale Cast and Crew
The main cast members who are expected to return in the finale episode are Jaina Lee Ortiz as Lt. Andy Herrera, Jason George as Dr. Ben Warren, Boris Kodjoe as Lt. Robert Sullivan, Grey Damon as Jack Gibson, Barrett Doss as Victoria Hughes, Jay Hayden as Travis Montgomery, Danielle Savre as Lt. Maya Bishop, Stefania Spampinato as Dr. Carina DeLuca, Carlos Miranda as Lt. Theo Ruiz, Josh Randall as Captain Sean Beckett, Merle Dandridge as Chief Natasha Ross, and Pat Healy as Michael Dixon.
The drama is produced by ABC Studios. Stacy McKee (Grey’s Anatomy) serves as showrunner and executive producer, along with Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers. Paris Barclay (Pitch and Sons of Anarchy) serves as the producing director and executive producer of the series. While you wait for the finale episode, we highly urge viewers to catch up with the prior episodes of the sixth season to get an idea of how the story will unfold leading to the finale.
Station 19 Season 6: A quick recap of the season so far
We suggest you stop reading if you want to avoid major spoilers! Here’s what we know about the Station 19 Season 6 episodes thus far if you haven’t been able to catch up with the episodes.
Station 19 follows a group of heroic Seattle firefighters as they put their lives and hearts on the line, and the first episode started with The Station 19 crew jumping into action as a violent tornado rips through Seattle; amidst the chaos, the team makes a shocking discovery buried under a tree; Travis’ first responder instincts kick into high gear at a political event. In the second episode, Travis discusses his position in the mayoral race as he is determined to kick Dixon out; Maya admits to blackmailing.
The team is called to a fire at a run-down apartment complex that reveals an unsettling cause. Later, the crew responds to the scene of a car accident where two teenagers are trapped inside an electric car; Ben and Maya find themselves caught in the middle of a domestic dispute involving a couple that they detest.
Moreover, Maya and Theo answer a call at a Halloween carnival. Station 19 hosts the neighborhood kids for trick-or-treating; a prank war breaks out in the house. Jack is haunted by a ghost from his past. They work against the clock to rescue a group of employees trapped inside a malfunctioning battery recycling plant.
Carina plans a special surprise in an attempt to reconnect with Maya, and Travis gets caught in the crosshairs of dirty politics. When a lightning storm crashes a helicopter, the team is drawn away from hosting a fire boot camp for young women, and Natasha calls on Jack to help Vic run the camp instead. Things get heated between Carina and Maya.
After a terrifying lightning strike, working overtime to extinguish a fire at Meredith Grey’s home. Maya is eventually rushed to the hospital for a medical emergency. Dixon threatens Natasha in the aftermath of his poor judgment. Jack is met with disappointment on his first day back; the team responds to a fire in Theo’s old neighborhood.
Theo realizes there is an uptick of fires in his old neighborhood and finds himself returning. Sullivan greets a patient with a large chest burn. Carina treats a pregnant patient who presents her with an offer. A simulation fire training goes dangerously wrong; Maya tries to make amends, and Bailey encourages Carina to listen; Jack’s sister shows up at the station with a friend, an injury, and an attitude.
The team is forced to make a risky call that could cost them dearly after Tomás’ barbershop catches fire. Diane drops by the station and is called back into action alongside Vic and Carina. By then, we learn that Beckett makes a decision about his future. A call from a social media star’s livestream sends the team on an unusual rescue.
Later, in the episode, Travis’s mayoral campaign takes off, much to his chagrin; Ben treats a patient with a surprising diagnosis. The crew gets in the middle of a family dispute; Bailey and Carina go undercover at a crisis pregnancy center.
Travis preps with Eli for a mayoral town hall. Emotions boil over at the station as the team chafes against Theo’s leadership style. Carina enlists Ben and Maya to help her with a patient in an uncomfortable position. Natasha and Sullivan’s relationship hits a roadblock.
A shoddily assembled structure poses a dangerous challenge for the team; Maya and Carina work to get their relationship back on track; Natasha must decide what – or whom – she wants to prioritize. The team responds to a tragic freeway pileup; Andy helps Natasha face the fallout of a recent decision just as Ben deals with the fallout of his own.
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Station 19 Season 6: Where to stream?
All episodes of Station 19 Season 6 are available to stream on ABC, FuboTV, or Hulu Plus. The viewers can also stream all the prior seasons by renting or purchasing them on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu, depending on the viewer’s location and preferred membership plans. Take a look at the official trailer of the season to recap all the events which have happened so far:
Catch up on the previous episodes while you wait for Station 19 Season 6 finale to premiere on ABC.