When will the fans get to see more of this action-drama series? Continue reading to find out more about Station 19 Season 6.
If you recall the events of the 6th episode, “Everybody Says Don’t,” which aired last year on November 10, 2022, in which viewers saw that 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. If you’re wondering what happens next in the season, we can assure you that there’s plenty to look forward to!
We know that the viewers have been anticipating whether the season will resume its run with the remaining episodes in 2023 or not. If you are one of them, then you’ve come to the right spot, as we have compiled all the necessary information to get a head start on the forthcoming episodes. So, if you’re looking for updates about the likely release date and plot, then look no further! Here is everything we know so far about when Station 19 Season 6 will be back on the ABC network.
Station 19 Season 6: When will the new episodes premiere?
The wait for the highly anticipated new episode is finally over! To say the least, February appears to be jam-packed with more content than usual, which is exciting. The new episode is now confirmed to release on Thursday, February 23, 2023, at the same time slot of 8/7c on ABC and later on Hulu. The official title of the 7th episode is confirmed to be, “We Build Then We Break,” which will follow the personal and professional lives of a group of firefighters at the Seattle Fire Department, from the captain down the ranks to the newest recruit.
So, 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; these usually have an average runtime of approximately 42 to 43 minutes for each episode. Moreover, Station 19 Season 6 is 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 based on the user’s location.
Check out the official promo for the episode was also released a few hours ago, which showcases a brief insight into the plot of the episode below:
Station 19 Season 6: A quick recap of the season so far
“It’s a privilege to tell stories of our heroic first responders, who on our show and in real life put their lives on the line every day to keep us all safe,” Vernoff said. “I’m so grateful to Disney and ABC for the early pickup for season six of Station 19! It’s a tribute to the incredible work of our talented cast, crew, writers, and creative team, as well as the dedication of our loyal fans who tune in every week.”
“The riveting storytelling and passionate fan base that Station 19 continues to cultivate is a testament to the unrelenting dedication of Krista Vernoff and the incredibly talented cast and crew,” said Craig Erwich, president, of Hulu Originals and ABC Entertainment. “Coupled with yesterday’s renewal of Grey’s Anatomy, the return of Station 19 ensures more crossover opportunities and a thrilling night of appointment television.”
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.
Episode 1: Twist and Shout: The episode is directed by Stacey K. Black and written by Krista Vernoff & Kiley Donovan. It is estimated to be viewed by 4.19 US million viewers. According to the official synopsis, “The Station 19 crew jumps 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.”
Episode 2: Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey: The episode is directed by Peter Paige and written by Henry Robles. It is estimated to be viewed by 3.70 US million viewers. According to the official synopsis, “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.”
Episode 3: Dancing With Our Hands Tied: The episode is directed by Tamika Miller and written by Daniel Arkin. It is estimated to be viewed by 3.90 US million viewers. According to the official synopsis, “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.”
Episode 4: Demons: The episode is directed by Michael Medico and written by Emily Culver. It is estimated to be viewed by 3.87 US million viewers. According to the official synopsis, “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.”
Episode 5: Pick up the Pieces: The episode is directed by Jason George and written by Mellow Brown. It is estimated to be viewed by 3.52 US million viewers. According to the official synopsis, “The crew works 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; Travis gets caught in the crosshairs of dirty politics.”
Episode 6: Everybody Says Don’t: The episode is directed by Daryn Okada and written by Rochelle Zimmerman. It is estimated to be viewed by 3.99 US million viewers. This episode begins a crossover event that concludes on Grey’s Anatomy season 19 episode 6. According to the official synopsis, “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.”
Station 19 follows a group of heroic Seattle firefighters as they put their lives and hearts on the line. The series stars Jaina Lee Ortiz as Andy Herrera, Jason George as Ben Warren, Grey Damon as Jack Gibson, Barrett Doss as Victoria Hughes, Alberto Frezza as Ryan Tanner, Jay Hayden as Travis Montgomery, Okieriete Onaodowan as Dean Miller, Danielle Savre as Maya Bishop and Miguel Sandoval as Captain Pruitt Herrera. 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.
Additionally, the official Twitter handle of the show also confirmed the news among its followers, quoting, “I won’t be able to stop thinking about this until Feb 23. #Station19” Take a look at the official announcement below:
I won't be able to stop thinking about this until Feb 23. #Station19 pic.twitter.com/c3FThC0ZgC
— Station 19 (@Station19) November 13, 2022
Catch up on previous episodes while you wait for Station 19 Season 6 to return in a few days on ABC.