Of course, Station 19 is a must
Next up, we have the firefighter drama Station 19. This is great for when you want the heroic saves.
It’s a Grey’s Anatomy spin-off series, and there are a lot of crossover moments. The series itself focuses on a team led by Pruitt Herrera. His daughter is one of the lieutenants on the team, and she’s the main character of the series. She isn’t afraid to go after what she believes is right, and she wants some fun along the way.
We get to see how the team works together to save the people of Seattle. Sometimes that’s dealing with burning buildings, and sometimes, it’s to do with an oil tanker that spills radioactive materials. Of course, as a Grey’s Anatomy spin-off, there’s some romance and personal drama thrown in there.
Catch up on the series on Hulu.
Finish off with 911
Another firefighter drama to check out is 911. This is actually more of a first responder drama as we also see the 911 dispatchers and the police work. The series brings us some major saves, as well as some great personal storylines.
This show doesn’t shy away from some of the more dangerous work that first responders have to go into. It’s also not afraid to touch on heartbreaking moments in the saves. Not everything can turn out with a happy ending. There’s only so long someone can hang on for when it comes to an upside-down rollercoaster!
Then there’s the dispatchers. We get to see what it’s like for them as they keep their cool while hearing about the emergencies happening. If you really want to see more of this, turn your attention to 911: Lone Star because Grace is fantastic!
Catch up on both shows on Hulu.
Fire Country Season 2 premieres on Friday, Feb. 16 at 9/8c on CBS.