After months of anticipation and an early introduction to its main woman Andy Herrera, we have had our first official go to to Station 19. And it was, properly, fairly good.
The Gray’s Anatomy spinoff, which follows former surgeon Ben Warren (Jason George) as he alters careers and turns into a fire-fighting first-responder within the firehouse simply three blocks down from Gray Sloan Memorial, lastly arrived on ABC tonight, taking us into the world of the titular station and the close-knit household of firefighters who shield their metropolis in any respect prices. Whereas the primary hour did some heavy lifting, introducing us to Andy’s (Jaina Lee Ortiz) required love triangle—that is Shondaland, in spite of everything—and establishing the stakes as soon as her father Pruitt (Miguel Sandoval), who’s additionally the station’s captain, revealed he had most cancers and can be pitting his daughter in opposition to her nearly fiance Jack (Gray Damon) within the struggle to switch him.
However that second hour, it sung with all the standard Gray’s notes. There have been compelling circumstances, there have been attractive hookups, there was the patented quick-witted pacing, and there have been moments that put a severe lump in our throat. (We’re taking a look at you, lonely senior citizen!) And, after all, there was fireplace. Numerous fireplace. Numerous cool, scary, and generally blue fireplace. Significantly, who knew some fires had been invisible to the bare eye?! Speak about terrifying.
Whereas the premiere has us feeling that creator Stacy McKee was warranted in feeling no strain as a result of she delivered a worthy inheritor to the Gray’s throne, we need to hear what you suppose. Will you be making Station 19 a everlasting a part of your TGIT routine? Vote in our ballot under!
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Station 19 airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. on ABC.