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Station 19

Station 19

ABC 2018

A group of heroic firefighters at Seattle Fire Station 19—from captain to newest recruit—risk their lives and hearts both in the line of duty and off the clock. These brave men and women are like family, literally and figuratively, and together they put their own lives in jeopardy as first responders to save the lives of others.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Station 19

Station 19 - S2E16

#1 - For Whom the Bell Tolls


Season 2 - Episode 16

Following a life-threatening situation that left the future of a member of Station 19 unclear, the crew gathers to face the outcome. Andy and Ben respond to a man impaled by a chandelier. Meanwhile, Station 19 is called upon to organize shipments of supplies and assist with wildfires in Los Angeles.

The episode was rated from 545 votes.

Station 19 - S3E12

#2 - I’ll Be Seeing You


Season 3 - Episode 12

The Station 19 crew battles a storage facility fire with growing complications, and Dr. Jackson Avery pops over from Grey Sloan and ends up collaborating with old pal Ben Warren.

The episode was rated from 440 votes.

Station 19 - S5E5

#3 - Things We Lost in the Fire


Season 5 - Episode 5

When Theo and Vic hit a relationship milestone, Vic is forced to reckon with her feelings about commitment. Andy takes refuge at Dean’s home and helps care for Pruitt, while Dean considers a new potential career opportunity. Meanwhile, an explosion rips apart a neighborhood and changes the lives of our firefighters forever.

The episode was rated from 236 votes.

Station 19 - S2E15

#4 - Always Ready (II)


Season 2 - Episode 15

Following a deadly blaze inside a coffee beanery, the members of Station 19 find themselves on high alert as a beloved member of their team lands at Grey Sloan, leaving the future uncertain in the face of a life-threatening situation. The crossover starts on Grey's Anatomy S15E23 What I Did for Love (I)

The episode was rated from 561 votes.

Station 19 - S1E10

#5 - Not Your Hero


Season 1 - Episode 10

Ben reaches a new milestone as a rookie and, as is tradition, receives something from the crew. Chief Ripley holds final interviews for the role of captain but is interrupted when the team is called to a massive skyscraper fire, causing several lives to hang in the balance.

The episode was rated from 729 votes.

Station 19 - S4E16
#6 - Forever and Ever, Amen
Season 4 - Episode 16

Maya addresses some unresolved family issues, and the crew takes matters into their own hands when faced with a life-or-death moment on scene. Meanwhile, Andy and Sullivan’s marriage is put to the test.

The episode was rated from 273 votes.
Station 19 - S2E14
#7 - Friendly Fire
Season 2 - Episode 14

When Station 19 gets called to a structure fire at a coffee processing plant, the team risks their lives to save Station 42’s captain. Meanwhile, Ripley and Vic consider a shocking option to save their relationship; Andy gets some surprising news about some of her fellow crew members, and Pruitt takes on a new position.

The episode was rated from 565 votes.
Station 19 - S3E16
#8 - Louder Than a Bomb
Season 3 - Episode 16

Andy becomes painfully suspicious of the circumstances surrounding her mother’s death and goes to her aunt looking for answers. Meanwhile, the members of the crew work to evacuate a doctor from Pac-North hospital and find themselves in a life-threatening situation; and Sullivan undergoes surgery for his chronic leg pain.

The episode was rated from 444 votes.
Station 19 - S2E10
#9 - Crazy Train
Season 2 - Episode 10

Jack and Maya are called to treat people stuck in a subway train and discover a potential threat to the passengers and themselves. Meanwhile, Travis, Ben and Dean get pressured into inviting Sullivan to help repaint walls in Travis’ house and come to a surprising conclusion about Sullivan.

The episode was rated from 560 votes.
Station 19 - S4E5
#10 - Out of Control
Season 4 - Episode 5

Andy and Sullivan find a way to stay connected; Ben confronts a tough loss, and Jack and Inara grow closer. Meanwhile, while off duty, the crew jumps into action to help a mother in distress, but their heroic efforts spark conflict with police officers who are less than eager to offer support.

The episode was rated from 376 votes.

Last updated: jan 26, 2022



There is no chance it will be good. The best is Chicago Fire


This has become a member of my faves! The seamless & subtle continuity in the 2nd & 3rd (crossover) level character storylines is brilliant across the Shonda-verse. They truly compliment each other almost as strongly as they stand alone. I binge watched all of Grey's last year as I wasn't necessarily a "follower" from the beginning. I didnt feel a lag in G.A. one bit. It has it's ebbs & flows, an "emotionally rollercoaster" of sorts. Some may not enjoy that ride but I LOVED it & Station is a brilliant addition. BTW I'm ALSO a Chicago-vers fanatic so... Kudos where kudos due!


Can't we have a god damn show that isn't freaking pathetic drama hour!!!??


Man, this is like the stinking cw firefighter show.


I thought it cannot be good. ChicagoFire all the way and Grey's Anatomy started to be boring couple seasons before. I was incorrect, the first episode bought me, but the couple eps in, the action, so fast paced but balanced with the drama and the personal plots of the characters? Is there anything this shoe doesn't have? Well maybe 24 episodes bc 10 is just a joke. I would compromise at 14-16 episodes, not 10. After the finale i was soooo remembering the good first 8-9 finales of GA, so dramatic, so filled with action and it made me cry for those who would probably be revealed dead at season 2. I only know them from 10 episodes and already don't want to lose them. That's got to say sth.


Looks like Shonda is doing another Grey's spin-off! But, like, there's already Chicago Fire that has probably the same basic foundation that this show will have. Still, Private Practice was good, specially when they did crossovers. so I'm willing to give this a chance.


I enjoy this series, but the Andy Herrera character is such a pain in the ass. Always angry and self absorbed.


These ridiculous relationships and the petty arguments. So dang trite. This is probably the WORST firefighter show to ever air on TV! This should be the CW Firefighter Teen drama.


After season 4, I had to leave a comment. It has handled current issues with grace and emotional vulnerability that we all needed. I usually binge watch full seasons rather than doing it episode by episode but it was a painful experience watching this season at once. Brilliant writing, acting and direction. Can't wait to see what its fifth season unfold.


So, I was pretty harsh on this show because of how absurd the situations were, but it really does get better and better. I'm midpoint S04 and the characters are just so endearing. Yeah still lots of absurd, but, I'm super into it. Mostly because of Jay Hayden (rawr) and Grey Damon (Rawr)

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