Station 19 Season 5 Episode 18 will release on May 19, 2022, at (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT) on ABC.. In the season finale, some of the emotional content could come from Carina and Maya’s friendship or Andy’s trial.
In Station 19 Season 5 Episode 17 brings two new guests including Grant Harvey as Jack’s brother and Romy Rosemont as the mom of a transgender teenager. Andy’s attorney gives her some good news Vic and Theo are called in to help the teen with a domestic dispute. Meanwhile, Travis Montgomery and Ben assist a clinic patient. Read the recap below. Let’s move ahead, So, here’s Everything we know about Station 19 season 5 new episode 18 so far, including the release date and promo which can be found at www.tvacute.com.
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Station 19 Season 5 Episode 18 Spoilers
This new episode 18 of Station 19’s current season 5 is titled “Crawl Out Through the Fallout.” Andy’s trial is set to go a place, and she’ll need a witness to testify. So we’ll watch Andy spend the majority of her time looking for a witness. Carina and Maya will not be having the best time in this episode. They’re apparently going to be under a lot of pressure at some time. Case of the week: A horrible car accident will occur according to the synopsis. It prompted the Station 19 crew to jump into action. Are you ready for a major cliffhanger at the conclusion? As we know that there will be the sixth season. Guest Star in the season finale: Sean Beckett is played by Josh Randall, Natasha Ross is played by Merle Dandridge, and Luisa Berrol is played by Jennifer Jalene.
Station 19 Season 5 Episode 18 Promo
Station 19 Episode 5.18 Synopsis: Andy tracks down a witness to testify at her trial; Carina and Maya deal with a stressful situation; the crew responds to a car wreck.
Where to Watch Station 19 Season 5 Episode 18 Release Date
‘Station 19′ Season 5 Episode 19 will release on May 19, 2022, at (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT) on ABC. The episodes are 42-43 minutes long each. Subscribers to Hulu can watch the show online or live to stream it on Hulu+Live TV. the show is available on Fubo TV, DirecTV, YouTube TV, and Xfinity, among other platforms. You can also buy or rent episodes on Vudu, iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and Microsoft Store.
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Luisa Berrol, Andy’s attorney, gives her some good news (Jennifer Jalene). Andy’s coworkers were allowed to testify in her case by the union reps. During the trip, Jack also informs Andy that he is the sperm donor for Maya’s (Danielle Savre) and Carina’s (Stefania Spampinato) kid. Andy also acknowledges that she is concerned that the assault on Jeremy was her responsibility because she chose the wrong individuals. Andy is told by Jack that nothing she did was her fault.
Joshua greets Jack and Andy at the door. After an awkward greeting, Jack’s brother reveals that he works in the financial industry. Josh talks about his two kids and upcoming baby. He also informs Jack about his childhood home and baseball. It surprises Jack that Josh grew up with their parents and wasn’t fostered. Josh says their mother became pregnant as a teen and had to give him up. When Jack’s mother had children, she didn’t want to uproot Jack from his family. Jack laments because his parents didn’t want him and explain the foster system’s predators. Finding Jeremy’s additional victims is vital to Andy’s manslaughter case.
Ben tells Vic and Theo that they will sign the baby Pru papers tomorrow. The Baileys (Chandra Wilson) will adopt Pru. Maya and Carina debate telling their friends that Jack is their sperm donor. Carina also learns that her Green Card test is approaching. Michael is disliked by both Natasha (Merle Dandridge) and Sean Beckett (Josh Randall). Vic and Theo are dispatched to a domestic incident involving the teen’s father, Brian (Ben Bode), and mother, Jane (Romy Rosemont). The mother reveals that their teen was taken by her ex-husband, Brian, who she has recently located. Jane refers to the teen as Mary, he informs his mother that his name is Matt, not Mary. Matt goes on to say that his mother has never understood him. If he stays with his mother, he may never receive gender-affirming care. Brian is given full custody by the social worker (Ritesh Rajan), but Jane and her boyfriend take Matt and toss him in their truck. Troopers detain and arrest the truck driver Theo advises the youngster and his father to relocate and change their phone number. He recalls a school friend, Angel. His parents found him making out with a boy and refused to accept him.
Meanwhile, it’s clinic day. Earl, a firefighter, arrives at the station hobbling and explaining that his feet are becoming worse. he couldn’t afford to see a doctor because he didn’t have health insurance. They arrange for an ambulance to take him to Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital and assure him that he will not be charged. The team advises Travis to run for Seattle mayor to challenge Dixon and implement needed changes. Ben later questions the bond between Sullivan and Ross. Sullivan tries to converse with Ross while Ross shoots images of the facility, but she seems frigid. Carina senses Ross’ icy shoulder and asks Sullivan if he’s planning something with Maya. In their bedroom afterward, Sullivan tells Ross that people wonder about their relationship.