5 bold predictions for Station 19 Season 4

STATION 19 - "Dream a Little Dream of Me" - Vic rallies the crew to pose for a calendar photo shoot that will support a good cause. Meanwhile, Emmett comes clean to Ben and Sullivan, and shows Andy a softer side on a new episode of "Station 19," airing THURSDAY, APRIL 16 (9:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (ABC/Christopher Willard)JAY HAYDEN, BARRETT DOSS, DANIELLE SAVRE
STATION 19 - "Dream a Little Dream of Me" - Vic rallies the crew to pose for a calendar photo shoot that will support a good cause. Meanwhile, Emmett comes clean to Ben and Sullivan, and shows Andy a softer side on a new episode of "Station 19," airing THURSDAY, APRIL 16 (9:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (ABC/Christopher Willard)JAY HAYDEN, BARRETT DOSS, DANIELLE SAVRE /
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Here are five bold predictions for Station 19 Season 4

Station 19 Season 3 is in the books, and it sure ended on an explosive note with lives on the line and secrets exposed. Pac-North Hospital blew up, Jackson was shot, Travis and Emmett ended their fling, Chief Dixon was arrested, and Andy discovered her mother is still alive. That’s just the half of it.

Luckily ABC renewed the Grey’s Anatomy spinoff for a fourth season, so now it’s just a matter of waiting for the show to likely return in early 2021. Until then, Station fans are left to wonder what’s next for the firefighters after the events of the recent finale. Here are five bold predictions.

Station 19 Season 4 bold prediction: Dean and Vic chase each other

Season 3 marked a new chapter for both Dean and Vic. Dean reunited with JJ (Brenda Song) because she was carrying his child and kept it a secret for almost nine months. Vic, on the other hand, continued grieving the loss of her finacé, Chief Ripley, while pursuing a relationship with Grey Sloan’s Jackson Avery.

In the back-half of the season, we learned that Dean had feelings for his coworker, but he seemed hesitant to pursue anything after becoming a father. Unbeknownst to her, Vic moved in to help co-parent Baby Pru after splitting with Jackson. Shondaland writing at its finest, right?

We left off with Dean kicking Vic out of the house because he simply didn’t want to deal with the complications of living with the person that he wanted to be more than friends with. While their potential relationship may be a thing of the past, it could be far from over.

I’m betting that Season 4 will see a role reversal. Vic eventually falls for Dean, but it could be “too little, too late” for the new father. Maybe he finds a new love interest or refuses to focus on anyone else other than himself and his daughter. The two will end up chasing each other and maybe they will be able to make it work.

I see this playing out similar to Mark and Lexie from those depressing days of Grey’s Anatomy. Let’s just hope the chasing doesn’t last as long, and they both live long enough to grow old together.