As Disney continues to reduce its general entertainment lineup to save money, Deadline has revealed that the “Grey’s Anatomy” spin-off series, “Station 19”, will come to a close at the end of the upcoming seventh season.

“Station 19” follows a group of heroic Seattle firefighters as they put their lives and hearts on the line. From the executive producers of “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal” and “How to Get Away with Murder,” the series takes us inside the tough, tight-knit and sometimes heartbreaking world of the city’s bravest first responders.

The series is set to return for its last season on March 14th 2024, on ABC, and the show has had a scheduling shift, it will now air at 10 pm, since the next season won’t follow the traditional method of having “Station 19” lead into “Grey’s Anatomy”, where we would see the firefighters deal with an accident, leading to them dropping off the casualty at Grey Sloan Memorial Hosptial, where the next episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” would take off.

In the next season, the show will hit the 100-episode milestone, and the show has also got new showrunners, Zoanne Clack and Peter Paige, who have taken over from Krista Vernoff.

Due to the writers’ and actors’ strikes, production on the seventh season was delayed, and thus, the following season was cut back to just ten episodes to allow it to meet its spring return.

This decision doesn’t come as a huge surprise, as earlier this year, Disney announced it was moving “9-1-1” over to ABC after FOX decided it no longer wanted to continue airing the series to focus on “9-1-1: Lonestar”. Having three emergency drama series released each week would likely be deemed excess and unnecessary.

Craig Erwich, president, Disney Television Group said in a statement:

“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.”

While we wait for the final season of “Station 19”, you can watch the previous six seasons now on Hulu and Hulu on Disney+ in the United States and on Disney+ in many countries around the world, including the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada.

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