Is Station 19 Season 6 premiering in August? Here’s everything we know so far.
The fall season looks much more promising for Station 19 viewers around the world as the next season is all set to return to the TV screens soon. If you are wondering that August is finally here and where is Station 19 Season 6, then you have reached the right place! As we can reassure you, the show will indeed premiere this year—just not this month. Do not be alarmed; the network previously announced that the new season would begin in October, so most of these series were expected to return in the time frame of September or October.
We are here just to address your concerns or confusion about the release date which you may have.
Hence, you will need to wait for one more month. Look no further if you’re one of those people who wants to learn more about the release date and recent cast updates. We’ve put together a list of everything you can anticipate as you catch up on the previous seasons before plunging into the upcoming season when it becomes available to stream on the streaming service. Keep reading on to find out if the 6th season of Station 19 will make its debut in August 2022 or not.
Is Station 19 Season 6 premiering in August 2022?
As of August 4, 2022, we can assure readers that Station 19 Season 6 won’t be available on the ABC network this month. In January 2022, the series was renewed for a sixth season, and the official release date for Station 19 Season 6 has been revealed as the series will make its debut on Thursday, October 6, 2022, at 8 p.m. (ET/PT). Station 19 has emerged as the network’s second highest-rated series. The drama about first responders averages a 2.17 rating among adults 18-49 this season after 35 days of viewing on linear and digital platforms, an increase of 234% over its initial Live+Same Day rating.
The dates were confirmed on a newly released post on the official Twitter handle of Season 19, which was shared among the followers, quoting, “Looking for a reason to celebrate? We’ve got you covered! #Station19 is back on the scene on Oct 6 on ABC. ” Take a look at the official post below:
Looking for a reason to celebrate? We've got you covered! 💃 #Station19 is back on the scene Oct 6 on ABC. 🔥 pic.twitter.com/8uwhoHz7SP
— Station 19 (@Station19) June 16, 2022
Station 19 Season 6 Cast Updates
Merle Dandridge, Josh Randall, and Pat Healy have been upped to series regulars on ABC’s Station 19 for Season 6 ahead of the show’s return on October 6, 2022, along with the rest of the cast members of the last season of the show.
Merle Dandridge will continue to portray Chief Natasha Ross. Although she comes from a strict and tough military background, she remains calm within the storm at work, energetic and compassionate. Her personal life is messy in a way that could damage her career. She reacted to the update by sharing the news on her official Twitter handle, quoting, “Let’s go, 19! #Station19 @Station19 @shondaland @ABCSignature” Take a look at the post below:
Let’s go, 19! #Station19 @Station19 @shondaland @ABCSignature https://t.co/hX7HoJyRGx
— Merle Dandridge (@MerleDandridge) August 2, 2022
Josh Randall returns as Captain Sean Beckett, a career firefighter with a drinking problem and a sense of humor that is usually only funny to him. Pat Healy plays former chief Michael Dixon, who stands for everything our team despises and who has a history of undermining the crew at Station 19.
He is currently running for mayor. Healy also shared the update on Twitter expressing his thoughts, quoting, “It has been an amazing time in my life and career. But this new chapter began with the great folks at #Station19. So happy and blessed to call it my full-time home now.” Take a look at the post below:
It has been an amazing time in my life and career. But this new chapter began with the great folks at #Station19. So happy and blessed to call it my full time home now. https://t.co/GGMFfscluH
— Pat Healy (@Pat_Healy) August 2, 2022
Station 19 Season 6 Production Status
Since neither the network nor the cast has posted any updates on their social media accounts, the new season’s filming is suspected to not have begun yet. Additionally, it appears that the current state of the upcoming season’s production is being kept a secret for the time being but will be made public in the upcoming weeks as the season approaches its fall premiere on ABC and the crew begins to work again by sharing some BTS pictures or videos on social media.
Station 19 Season 6 Plot
Station 19 Season 6 hasn’t disclosed the main plot of the upcoming season, much less any specific plot points. But it’ll probably be picked up from the finale episode of Station 19 Season 5 with potential subplots and character arcs that can be expanded and developed further. Season 5 ended with Episode 18, Crawl Out Through the Fallout, on May 19, 2022. The episode was directed by Stacey K. Black and written by Kiley Donovan.
It is estimated that the episode was viewed by 4.28 million US viewers. The official synopsis states, “Andy tracks down a witness to testify at her trial; Carina and Maya deal with a stressful situation; the crew responds to a car wreck.”
Expanding the storyline and character arcs in the current season should be the priority. All of the previous episodes have established the general idea and tone for the upcoming chapter, which will evolve and be explored in ways that will interest people in watching the show. Take a look at the finale episode promo of the last season below:
Where to stream Station 19 Season 6?
When released, Station 19 Season 6 will be available to stream on fuboTV or Hulu Plus. The viewers can also stream all the prior seasons of Station 19 by renting or purchasing on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu.
Moreover, fans can expect new episodes of Station 19 Season 6 to air on Thursday nights at 8 p.m. (ET) on ABC. There will almost certainly be crossover events with Grey’s Anatomy, which airs right afterward at 9 p.m. (ET), as in prior seasons.
Station 19 Official Synopsis
The official synopsis of the series, according to the ABC website, states, “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.”
Catch up on the previous season while you wait for more Station 19 Season 6 updates.