Station 19 Season 3 premieres in January: What to expect

Station 19’s Season 3 premiere will be here before you know it. What can we expect from the firefighter spin-off of Grey’s Anatomy this year?

It may be the dead of winter, but Station19 is bringing the heat this January. Season 3 premieres on ABC, and here’s everything we know about the season so far.

We’re getting a new time! Station 19 is going to kick off the TGIT lineup, moving to the 8/7c slot, when it premieres on Jan. 23, 2020. Wait, what’s happening to its parent show? Grey’s Anatomy is moving back to its original 9/8c timeslot. The change in time allows for better crossovers to take place between the two shows, which is something Krista Vernoff (who is now showrunner of both shows) would like to see happen.

The Station 19 Season 3 premiere will be the first episode of a two-hour crossover event with Grey’s Anatomy. The medical drama ended with a bunch of doctors and firefighters in Joe’s bar when a car fell through the window. Now there are a bunch of lives in danger, and it’s going to be up to the remaining firefighters from Station 19 to save the day.

Once people are out of the bar, it will then be up to the doctors of Grey Sloan Memorial to save lives. Expect plenty of twists, turns, and a loss or two along the way.

From the firefighters, Ben and Chief Herrara were in the bar. The promo for the third season gives us glimpses of Ben, so we know he’s likely safe. We don’t get clips of Herrara. There is a focus on the memorial wall at the firehouse, though. Could this mean that we’ll say a premature goodbye to Herrara during the episode?

That’s about all we know for now. ABC has remained tight-lipped about the firefighter drama, but we should expect plenty of familiar Grey’s faces to show up now and then.

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What do you hope to see in Station 19 Season 3? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Station 19 Season 3 premieres on Jan. 23 at 8/7c on ABC. You’ll be able to catch up on Hulu.

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