It’s official: Station 19 is ending after season 7.
According to Deadline, the TV show will reach 100 episodes in its final season, which the Hollywood strikes impacted.
The show became ABC’s best series after Grey’s Anatomy.
During its run, the show tackled challenging topics, like systemic racism in the sixth season.
Station 19 Has New Showrunners
The series’ new showrunners are Peter Paige and Zoanne Clack, who succeed Krista Vernoff.
The seventh season will premiere on March 14 and move from its typical 8pm slot to 10pm, following Grey’s Anatomy.
With this change, the Grey’s Anatomy spin-off will stand alone for its final season without relying on the original show that gave it life.
Aside from Paige and Clack, the executive producers include Shonda Rhimes, Paris Barclay, and Betsy Beers.
Meanwhile, producers include Shondaland, Disney TV Studios, and ABC Signature.
Disney Television Group’s president, Craig Erwich, was excited about this upcoming season.
“For seven seasons Station 19 has been a highlight of the ABC lineup thanks to Shonda and Betsy’s incredible vision, beloved characters and compelling storytelling. With Zoanne and Peter at the helm of the upcoming farewell season, we have so much to look forward to, most notably the celebration of the show’s milestone 100th episode.”
Based in Seattle, Station 19 follows the Seattle Fire Station 19 personnel.