The finale of Station 19 aired on ABC Thursday night and by and large, we think that there is one simple word to describe it: Danger. There was a lot of it over the course of the entire episode — and not just in terms of some of the fires.
Station 19 season 1 review
At the heart of Station 19 episode 8 there were a wide array of interesting questions, including whether or not a new accident on the scene would end up being a disaster.
On Station 19 episode 7 Thursday night, we got another reminder of the fragility of life, and also just how far firefighters will go to save it.
Tonight, Station 19 episode 6 put Andy Herrera in a difficult position — having to prove that she was worthy of the Captainship of a Station that she’s been helping to run for years.
Station 19 episode 5 tonight officially marks the halfway point of this season. With that in mind, this is where we anticipate the series starting to take its next big step forward as it works to hone most of its identity.
Station 19 episode 4 continued what has been a pretty solid tradition so far for the ABC series, and that is combining some danger and intensity with interesting character drama — and a small bit of medicine out in the field.
In our Station 19 episode 3 review we discuss the power struggle for firehouse leader and also how some of the characters are recovering from various tragedies.
Station 19 episode 1, almost from the start of it to the end, certainly feels more like Grey’s Anatomy than it does Chicago Fire.