Station 19 Season 7 Expected Release Date: Is It Happening?

Station 19, an ABC drama, will return for a seventh season, and details about the show’s premiere, cast, and plot will be made available soon. The Grey’s Anatomy spinoff follows Seattle Fire Department Station 19. The series follows the station’s firemen as they go about their daily jobs and their personal lives. It takes a look at the difficulties of consistently interacting with the same coworkers. Season 7 of Station 19 details are provided below.

Station 19 Season 7 Renewal Status

We now know who will be running the show for Season 7 of Station 19: Zoanne Clack and Peter Paige. Clack, the show’s lead writer, and Paige, who has directed many episodes, are taking over as showrunner from Krista Vernoff, who has held the position since season 3. The series’ tone may be shifting as a result of this. Given that Paige said he was looking forward to a “thrilling adventure,” it’s possible that season 7 of Station 19 may have a greater amount of action and firefighting than previous seasons. Season 6’s themes were more inward-looking, thus shifting to outward adventures could be a refreshing change.

Station 19 Season 7 Release Date

There is currently no set date for the premiere of Season 7 of Station 19! Writing for the following season has not begun yet due to the 2023 strike by the Writers Guild of America, which has slowed down production. Therefore, the premiere date of the new season is still unknown. In addition, new co-showrunner Peter Paige has said the season won’t premiere until 2024, which will be confirmed at a later time. Everything we hear about a possible release date now is merely conjecture.

Station 19 Season 7 Storyline

Amazon Prime Video’s newest continuing series is Station 19. Crime, suspense, and drama are all represented in the series, which has been available on streaming services since March 22, 2018. The characters of Station 19 are Seattle firemen stationed at Seattle Fire Department Station 19. These firemen will be responsible for responding to calls and putting out flames in the Seattle area.

The show centers on Andy Herrera, the daughter of the original Station 19 captain. She hopes to follow in his footsteps and become the next captain of Station 19, and that goal will serve as the show’s central plot point.

Station 19 Season Cast and characters

  • Jaina Lee Ortiz as Andrea “Andy” Herrera: A Lieutenant at Station 19 and the headstrong daughter of Captain Pruitt Herrera.
  • Grey Damon as Jack Gibson: Lieutenant at Station 19. He is passionate, energetic, and fearless.
  • Barrett Doss as Victoria “Vic” Hughes: A younger, big-hearted firefighter at Station 19.
  • Alberto Frezza as Ryan Tanner: A police officer at Seattle PD.
  • Jay Hayden as Travis Montgomery: An openly gay firefighter and the heart of Station 19.
  • Okieriete Onaodowan as Dean Miller: A charismatic firefighter at Station 19.
  • Danielle Savre as Maya DeLuca-Bishop: A bisexual, Type-A Lieutenant, and later Captain, at Station 19 and a former Olympic athlete.
  • Miguel Sandoval as Pruitt Herrera: Captain at Station 19, Andy’s father, and a mentor to her and her coworkers.
  • Boris Kodjoe as Robert Sullivan: The new Captain at Station 19 who recently returned to Seattle.
  • Stefania Spampinato as Dr. Carina DeLuca-Bishop: An openly bisexual OB/GYN Attending at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital and Maya’s wife.
  • Carlos Miranda as Theodore “Theo” Ruiz: Lieutenant at Station 23 and Michael Williams’ old captain.
  • Josh Randall as Fire Captain Sean Beckett: The newly appointed Fire Captain of Station 19.
  • Merle Dandridge as Fire Chief Natasha Ross: Natasha Ross is the new Fire Chief for the Seattle Fire Department as the replacement for Chief McCallister
  • Pat Healy as Fire Chief Michael Dixon: The new Fire Chief for the Seattle Fire Department as the replacement of Lucas Ripley.
  • Marla Gibbs as Edith: A feisty retirement home retiree who sets up Travis with her grandson, Grant.
  • Brett Tucker as Fire Chief Lucas Ripley: The Fire Chief for Seattle Fire Department.
  • Brenda Song as JJ: A music reviewer who Dean saves from a fire and later begins to date.
  • Sterling Sulieman as Grant: The sous chef grandson of Edith who she sets up with Travis.
  • Dermot Mulroney as Greg Tanner: Ryan’s father.
  • Birgundi Baker as Yemi Miller, Dean’s sister.
  • Rigo Sanchez as Rigo Vasquez: A firefighter at Station 19.
  • Kelly Thiebaud as Eva Vasquez: Rigo’s wife. She had a sexual relationship with Jack.
  • Lachlan Buchanan as Emmett Dixon: A probationary firefighter at Station 19 and the son of Fire Chief Dixon.
  • Jayne Taini as Marsha Smith: An elderly woman who becomes a maternal figure for Gibson.
  • Colleen Foy as Inara: A friend of Jack after he rescued her and her son from an abusive husband.
  • Ansel Sluyter-Obidos as Marcus: Inara’s son who is deaf. He communicates with people through ASL
  • Robert Curtis Brown as Paul Montgomery: Travis’ dad.
  • Jeanne Sakata as Nari Montgomery: Travis’ mom.
  • Lindsey Gort as Ingrid Saunders: a widow whose shop caught fire

Station 19 Season 7 Plotline

Because of the current 2023 Writers Guild Strike, we don’t yet know what season 7 of Station 19 will entail. However, there were several loose ends in the season 6 finale of Station 19 that might be explored in future episodes. Season 6 concludes with Ben and Carina saving a woman’s child, but the mother’s fate is unknown. The infant could be adopted by Carina and her wife Maya if Nanette does not make it to season 7. Jo Wilson had a similar experience on Grey’s Anatomy when she adopted her daughter Luna.

The death of Michael Dixon in the series finale removed a significant antagonist from the show. In Season 7, a new antagonist may emerge. Season 7 may possibly be setting up Theo as the antagonist. Just one promotion for Theo has strained relations between him and Vic at Station 19. His pride might get even bigger if he gets promoted once more. At the Firefighter’s Ball, Natasha and Sullivan’s connection was finally outed to the world, and its implications could be investigated. Season 6 of Station 19 also veered away from Andy as the main protagonist, and perhaps season 7 will bring her back into the spotlight.

Station 19 Season 7 Trailer

There has been no new season preview from ABC as of yet.

Station 19 Season 7 Episodes

The new co-showrunner Zoanne Clack has acknowledged that the season would be abbreviated due to the strike, which is a bit disappointing but inevitable. The precise number of episodes for Station 19 Season 7 has not yet been released.

Station 19 Season 6 Rating

The show Station 19 has been well-received by its viewers, who have given it high ratings and reviews. Those curious about the upcoming series have likely already checked out Station 19’s IMDb rating: 6.9/10. The average audience score is 40%, and it has a 65% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. While only 2 out of 5 stars on the Common Sense Media website, 76% of Google users have found the Station 19 series to be enjoyable.

Where Can I Watch Station 19?

Depending on the viewer’s region and subscription preferences, all previous seasons of Station 19 can be viewed right now in its entirety via streaming on ABC, FuboTV, or Hulu Plus. Depending on where they live, viewers can also rent or buy previous seasons of the show on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu and watch them online.


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