Now that Andy has been cleared of wrongdoing in the eyes of the law and appears to have been reinstated in the firehouse she loves, what will happen next to her and the other members of the station she cherished Season 5 of Station 19 concluded, and the closing episode raised many doubts for viewers concerning the future of their favorite firehouse family. For example, with Andy (Jaina Lee Ortiz) legally freed of her legal issues and with an opportunity to rejoin her Station 19 family before her, what does her future look like?
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Since Jack (Grey Damon) has left, their chance of rekindling their romance is diminished, and her new job at the firehouse will put her in close proximity to her ex-husband, Robert (Boris Kodjoe). Also, what about Warren (Jason Winston George)? Leaving the police force is a necessary condition for him to adopt Pru (Janai Kaylani). Will he find himself deciding between his profession and his family?
There are plenty of additional questions the ardent following of the series has concerning future new episodes, but we’ll touch on that in just a little. Here’s all we know about Station 19 season 6.
When will the sixth season of Station 19 be available to watch?
Station 19 Season 6 will return on October 6, 2022, a week later than the previous season. This Thursday’s debuts begin at 8 p.m. ET with the firefighter drama, followed by the Season 19 premiere of Grey’s Anatomy at 9 p.m. The Big Sky slot, however, is quickly taken up by the brand new series Alaska Daily at 10 o’clock. ABC’s new show, written by Tom McCarthy and starring Hilary Swank, is about a disgraced New York City reporter who finds a new home in Anchorage.
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Station 19 Season 6 Plot
If you read our breakdown of the cliffhangers in the fifth and final season of Station 19, you know that there were several. Jack left, as was stated earlier. Besides leaving the firehouse, he also resigned from his position, making it possible for Andy to be reinstated. Is Jack leaving the series altogether, or just getting ready to hit the road for some introspective growth? Then there came Maya’s (Danielle Savre) “unwise” threat. Season one’s final moments showed her threatening to tell the bosses that Robert and Natasha (Merle Dandridge) are dating if Natasha didn’t reinstall her as captain.
Maya may feel as though she has made the right decision, but we fear for the future. Andy was about to be officially retired at Station 19 in the season 5 finale, Warren had to choose between his family and his profession, and Travis (Jay Hayden) decided he should run for mayor. In other words, there is a tonne of potential avenues for the show’s huge take in its sixth season. It’s also important to note that the program hasn’t provided any official hints about the upcoming season’s direction as of yet. But as soon as we hear anything new, you can count on us to let you know.
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Season 6’s Station 19 Cast
Season 5’s climax of Station 19 showed Maya Bishop assisting Carina DeLuca in obtaining her green card. Therefore, fans of the show may be assured that Danielle Savre and Stefania Spampinato will be back for Season 6 of Station 19. At 19, Andy Herrera (Jaina Lee Ortiz) is back on the job as a lieutenant. Firefighter Ben Warren and new dad to Pru, who turned one in the series finale, is played once again by Jason George. Travis Montgomery (Jay Hayden), who has returned for Season 6 of Station 19, is challenging Michael Dixon for the mayor’s office (Pat Healy).
Barrett Doss and Carlos Miranda are also set to return for the next season as Vic Hughes and Theo Ruiz, respectively. It’s unclear if Josh Randall will return as Captain Beckett after he reportedly departed season 5 to enter alcohol rehab. Since Fire Chief Natasha Ross’s (Merle Dandridge) romance with Robert Sullivan (Boris Kodjoe) seems to be going well, it’s likely that Ross will return.
Do you think Jack will come back to “Station 19?”
Grey Damon’s possible exit from Station 19 has fans worried, but Jack Gibson will almost certainly be back for Season 6. Jack, then only 19, left his job and fled town in the season five finale. However, viewers are aware that he needs some distance from the events of Episode 17 of Season 5 of Station 19. When Jack finally tracked down his biological brother, Joshua, he learned that Joshua had a far easier time of it than he had in the foster care system. Instead, Jack’s original parents provided a loving atmosphere for Joshua and his two sisters to develop.
Station 19 Season 6 Trailer
At this time, ABC has not released a trailer for the forthcoming season. We expect a trailer to drop sometime in September or October.
Season 6 of Station 19: Where to Stream It
Since Station 19 is produced by ABC specifically for transmission on the network, episodes will be shown at their scheduled times. Those who no longer subscribe to cable or satellite TV can still watch ABC by subscribing to a live TV streaming service like Fubo TV, Hulu with Live TV, or YouTube TV. Can’t seem to find the station in life?
The good news is that new episodes are available on Hulu the day after they first air. Just a few clicks are all it takes to sign up for a Hulu subscription. There is currently no confirmed date for the UK premiere of Season 6. As soon as we have further details, we will share them with you.
Everything We Know About Season 6 of ‘Station 19’
After watching the Season 5 finale of Station 19, fans should be prepared for a few things. It looks like Travis Montgomery will challenge Dixon for mayor. Andy has resumed his position as a lieutenant at Fire Station 19. There is a chance that Maya will have her old position back, but there is also a chance that she will get in trouble with Chief Ross and Sullivan for trying to blackmail them.
It’s likely that their relationship with the firefighting staff will become public knowledge. The couple will keep trying to start a family. The shocking season 5 conclusion of Station 19 revealed nothing about the couple’s pregnancy. That twist should have been left for the Season 6 premiere of Station 19, we hope. Season 6 of Station 19 will premiere on ABC on October 6, 2022. You can watch the first five seasons of Station 19 on Hulu.