Check Out the Dramatic Newly Released Crossover Trailer for 'Grey's Anatomy' and 'Station 19'
A new shocking and jaw-dropping teaser has been released for the much-anticipated premiere of the "Grey's Anatomy" and "Station 19" crossover, which is set to hit the screens on November 12.
With just three weeks before fans of the beloved ABC dramas "Grey's Anatomy" and "Station 19" get to see the three-hour crossover premiere event, the network has released a captivating teaser to whet fans' appetites.
In the 30 seconds promo clip, fans get to have a look at what to expect as the doctors and firefighters respond to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which would be explored. It began with a scene of Meredith Grey, played by Ellen Pompeo in complete personal protective equipment, which includes a face shield.
Looking stressed and desperate, Grey stands in the middle of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital with her together as if offering a prayer while she says, "sometimes we all need saving." It followed by a dramatic frame of Miranda Bailey, played by Chandra Wilson, looking through the glass and asking for a miraculous intervention.
The crossover would see Ben Warren, played by Jason George, and Andy Herrera, by Jaina Lee Ortiz, visit the hospital after a rescue mission.
Scenes from "Station 19" then come into play before there is an alternation between both shows. It is, however, the ending of the teaser that is the highlight of the promo as the background voice assures viewers that the premier would leave everyone shocked and saying, "Oh my god."
Season 17 of the medical series was first teased last month when Pompeo shared a photo of the crew on the first day on set after returning following the halt the pandemic brought to productions.
Before the image, Pompeo's co-star Giacomo Gianniotti confirmed that the new season would take off a bit farther from where things stopped in the previous season.
Its firefighter spin-off is set to return for its fourth season and explore the shocking revelation that Andy's mother, Elena, is not dead but alive. The show explores the lives and careers of the firefighters at the Seattle Fire Station 19, which is about three blocks away from Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital.
"Station 19" is the second spin-off of the award-winning "Grey's Anatomy," with the first being "Private Practice." The crossover would see Ben Warren, played by Jason George, and Andy Herrera, by Jaina Lee Ortiz, visit the hospital after a rescue mission that saved two boys from a house fire.
They take the boys for surgery and Warren who is a doctor turned firefighter is tasked with the decision to help out while Herrerra's hand remains in the victim's abdomen to stop him from bleeding.
Both shows premiere on November 12 with "Station 19" taking the lead at 8 pm and "Grey's Anatomy" coming in shortly by 9 pm. Other ABC shows set to premiere next month include "Good Doctor" on November 2, "Big Sky," on November 17, followed by "For Life" on November 18.