‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 18 Episode 5 promo trailer features explosive fear in upcoming ‘Station 19’ crossover



Buckle up, Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19 fans – the next new crossover episode is coming soon. After a brief hiatus, both Shondaland shows will return for an explosive ride. But don’t take our word for it. The Station 19 Season 5, Episode 5 and Grey’s Anatomy The Season 18 Episode 5 promo trailer gives a glimpse of a major disaster, and it looks like fan favorite Ben Warren (Jason George) could die. Here’s our breakdown of the teaser and what to expect from the episode, according to two stars of the show.

[Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers about Grey’s Anatomy Season 18 Episode 5 and Station 19 Season 5 Episode 5.]

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Following the new episodes of Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19 On October 21, ABC released two promotional trailers for the upcoming crossover. The teaser for episode 5 of season 5 of Station 19 confirms that the event will be focused on an “explosion”. Then the preview for Grey’s Anatomy Episode 5 of Season 18, titled “Bottle Up And Explode”, fills the rest of the gaps.

In the new trailer, a large explosion shakes the crew of Station 19 and medics at Gray Sloan Memorial Hospital. Someone asks if there has been an earthquake. But Jack Gibson (Gray Damon) suggests the explosion could have been a bomb.

Meanwhile, Teddy Altman (Kim Raver) and Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd) brace for the traumas to come. Megan Hunt (Abigail Spencer) breaks down in tears just outside the operating room. Meredith Gray (Ellen Pompeo) also looks incredibly worried. Travis Montgomery (Jay Hayden) tells Andy Herrera (Jaina Lee Ortiz) that there has been a second explosion. Then the Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19 The crossover trailer confirms that “not everyone will survive,” and Ben is apparently the only one in danger in the preview.

Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) says she tried calling Ben, but he didn’t pick up. A clip of Ben is also reviewing it, and he looks absolutely terrified. Then later, Bailey rushes a patient to the hospital on a stretcher as she tells the others to get out of her way. But could this patient be her husband? The Station 19 and Grey’s Anatomy the crossover ends with Bailey as she walks through Gray Sloan with a worried expression on her face.

“Grey’s Anatomy” and “Station 19” stars Jason George and Camilla Luddington tease the next crossover

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ and ‘Station 19’ stars Chandra Wilson (Miranda Bailey) and Jason George (Ben Warren) | Richard Cartwright / ABC via Getty Images

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When ABC released the preview for Episode 5 of Grey’s Anatomy Season 18 and Station 19 Season 5, many fans were bowled over by the possibility of Ben’s death.

“Don’t you dare kill Ben!” Bailey won’t survive this !! “one fan wrote on Youtube.

But for now, Shondaland viewers will have to wait and see what happens in the next crossover. That said, it looks like the new episode won’t disappoint. Speaking on FOX 39’s Have a nice day Stateline on October 6, George teased the next one Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19 crossing.

“I will beat Grey’s Anatomy shot this afternoon, ”he said. “And this next crossover, you are not ready. No one is ready for this crossover.

Next, Camilla Luddington, who plays Jo Wilson, shared her thoughts on the upcoming event.

“I said it looked like a midseason finale,” she said. “That’s how wild it is. And it’s not [a midseason finale]. “

When will episode 5 of season 5 of “Station 19” and episode 5 of season 18 of “Grey’s Anatomy” return to ABC?

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While we are happy to hear the next crossover episode between Grey’s Anatomy Season 18 and Station 19 Season 5 won’t be the midseason finale, Luddington and George’s comments were a bit disturbing. But I hope Ben doesn’t leave the show anytime soon.

Meanwhile, Shondaland fans will have to wait a bit to find out what actually happens on both shows. ABC confirmed Station 19 and Grey’s Anatomy will return on Thursday 11 November. We will therefore have to endure two weeks without new episodes. Stay tuned.

Grey’s Anatomy Season 18 airs Thursday nights on ABC.



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