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What to Binge Watch: Firefighter series ‘Station 19’ offers action, drama

The team of firefighters take the audience through their different adventures photo via IMDb
The team of firefighters take the audience through their different adventures photo via IMDb

Running out of TV shows and movies to stream? The Purbalite is here to help, with another installment of our What to Binge Watch feature.

Station 19 is an action and drama series from ABC that revolves around a firehouse. The team of firefighters take the audience through their different adventures and relationships during all seven seasons.

The show mainly focuses on the main character, Andrea. Her father, Pruitt, was the captain of the station until he found out he had cancer.

Andrea grew up in the station and has her father’s legacy to eventually live up to. When her father had to step down as captain, Andrea was not picked to step up, which left her devastated.

The show takes viewers through many different emotions as each character goes through life changes. In the end, it is surprising to connect all of the references they make back to the beginning of the show.

The show also involves a few characters from the popular show Grey’s Anatomy. One of the firefighters, Ben Warren, is married to Dr. Miranda Bailey. Also, Meredith Grey serves as a doctor to some of the firefighters.

The show has seven seasons and was discontinued in 2018 after the story ran its course.

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Sophomore Brielle Fisher is a first-year Staff Writer. When she is not playing volleyball, she can be found listening to music and hanging out with her friends.
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