Station 19 7x10 Promo

STATION 19‘s emotional series finale, Season 7, Episode 10 called “ONE LAST TIME,” is coming up soon, and fans are getting ready for a memorable ending. Since its premiere, the ABC firefighter drama has won over hearts and minds, and the last part looks like it will be just as powerful.

The episode is mostly about a deadly wildfire that is threatening Seattle and testing the Station 19 team to their limits. It’s up to the team to face the fire and deal with the idea that the future might be changed forever. Things are more dangerous than ever, and the firemen have the hardest job they’ve ever had.


Fans were on the edge of their seats until the penultimate episode, which ended with Andy and Maya (Danielle Savre) being trapped in a forest on fire while trying to save a civilian. Maya is trapped in the fire when a tree falls between her and Andy, putting her life in danger. This scene sets the stage for a powerful and emotional ending.

Carina (Stefania Spampinato), found out she was pregnant, which made things even more dangerous for Maya’s safety. At the same time, Theo (Carlos Miranda) was badly hurt when he tried to save Travis (Jay Hayden) from a falling tree branch. His situation is still very bad, and Vic (Barrett Doss) and viewers are worried about what will happen to him.


Station 19 S07×E10 SynopsisAs Station 19 continues to battle an existential wildfire, the team grapples with the possibility of a future that will be changed forever.

Jason George, who plays Ben Warren, has said that he has mixed feelings about the end of the show. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, George said that the closure came as a surprise, but he is glad that the team had time to plan a good ending. “It’s incredibly tough because it feels like we have so many more years in us,” he added. Even though the show ended quickly, the writers were able to make a beautiful ending that celebrates its history.

George’s character, Ben Warren, has been a fan favorite since GREY’S ANATOMY first showed him. People who watch him on STATION 19 have seen him grow and get stronger, and they hope that he will come back to GREY’S ANATOMY one day. “I like to think that there’s still a Ben-Bailey, or Benley, story to tell,” George said, teasing the idea.

As the end of the show draws near, the group has been sharing touching tributes and memories. In an emotional Instagram video, Jaina Lee Ortiz, Boris Kodjoe, Jason George, Barrett Doss, Jay Hayden, and other people talk about their time spent together. It’s clear that friendships and ties were made during the show, which makes the goodbye even more touching.

The actress Jaina Lee Ortiz, who plays Andy Herrera, talked about the end of the show on her podcast, After We Wrap. The news shocked everyone, she said, and left the group feeling confused and sad. “I was shocked. “They didn’t tell us why; there was no reason for it, so everyone was left pretty confused and sad,” she said.

Fans have used social media to talk about how sad and thankful they are. A lot of people are upset that ABC decided to cancel the show and have said nice things about the cast and team. The huge amount of love and support shows how much STATION 19 has affected its viewers.

Station 19 Season 7 Episode 10 Release Date

The seventh episode of season 7 of Station 19 will air on ABC on Thursday, May 30, 2024, at 10 PM ET/PT.  Each episode runs for approximately 43 minutes. Hulu and Hulu+Live TV subscribers have the flexibility to watch the show at their convenience. The potential broadcast platforms for the show include Fubo TV, DirecTV, YouTube TV, and Xfinity. Viewers can also purchase or rent episodes via various streaming platforms such as Vudu, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and the Microsoft Store.

Station 19 Season 7 Episode 9 Recap

A dangerous blaze is burning close to Seattle in tonight’s exciting episode of STATION 19. Everyone is on high alert. As they watch what’s going on, the firemen are on edge. Danelle Savre plays Maya Bishop, and Stefania Spampinato plays Carina DeLuca. Maya tells Carina to be safe on her way to work. Carina is a mile away from the fire and is treating people there for free. This is very important because Maya and Carina want to have a baby. They put fertilized embryos into Carina using Maya’s eggs. This makes Carina very nervous, and she is constantly checking to see if she is pregnant. Even though the most recent test came back negative, Maya is still hopeful and tells Carina that it may be too early to tell.

Even Station 19 is called in to help as the blaze gets worse, just an hour after Maya talked to Carina. At first, the firefighters in charge didn’t want to take any risks by calling in all the tools unless they were absolutely necessary. However, Fire Chief Natasha Ross (Merle Dandridge) says they can’t risk the safety of the city and asks for more firemen. Andy Herrera, played by Jaina Lee Ortiz, brings her whole team. This is their last chance to work with Vic Hughes, played by Barrett Doss, since Hughes is leaving to take CrisisOne national. Vic got a foundation to give him money to bring Dean Miller’s program to the East Coast.

Montgomery (Jay Hayden), who is upset about Vic’s leaving, makes it about how he feels. He complains about how he will live without her and says that she keeps his plants living. Vic replies that she replaces them every couple of weeks because he kills them. During her raise, Vic tells him off for making it about her instead of her. She points out that Montgomery doesn’t want to be promoted and even quit the race for mayor because he knows it will hurt his relationships. After having to think about what he did, Montgomery goes to talk to Dominic (Noah Alexander Gerry) about it. To save an expensive building, Dominic and Theo Ruiz (Carlos Miranda), who work for a privatized fire department, are told not to treat patients or share resources with real firemen. But Theo helps out whenever he can because he quit his job with Seattle Fire to help Andy with the budget.

Because the wind from the wildfire is making things worse, Fire Chief Ross calls in retired firemen to help. The group sleeps next to the fire, and by morning, the fire is closer to them. Their fight against the small fires gets tense when Theo saves a friend from a falling tree branch that hits and kills him. The firemen come to help Theo, who is badly hurt and needs to be taken to the hospital by medevac. Before getting on the chopper, Theo tries to talk to Vic about something, but she tells him they can talk again when he’s better.

In the meantime, Carina takes another test and finally gets a positive response. She tries to get in touch with Maya to tell her the good news. But Maya and Andy are looking for a hurt Marine who is blowing a whistle to get help. As they follow the sound, they come across a fire that is growing. The fire traps Maya and cuts her off from the rest of the world. Andy can’t get in touch with her, and the show ends with the terrible thought that they might lose Maya.

For additional Station 19 news, previews, and recaps, return soon to tvacute.com.

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