What’s New on ABC: ‘Station 19’ and ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Winter Finals Will Leave Viewers ‘On The Edge’


GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOTV) – We are in the middle of a happy season, and ABC joins the festivities by airing episodes on the theme of the holidays of his prime-time shows and specials throughout December. Starting at 8 p.m. on Thursday, December 16, fans of “Station 19” and “Grey’s Anatomy” can watch new episodes centered around the most wonderful time of the year. Here’s a look at what’s in store for the two dramas.

Station 19

“All I want for Christmas is you”

(ABC / Christopher Willard) STATION 19

Christmas is supposed to be a happy holiday; However, firefighters will have a hard time responding to several emergencies occurring in Seattle. In a trailer uploaded to youtube, the crew tries to dislodge a man trapped between two vehicles. It seems like a semi-difficult feat to pull off, but freeing the civilian is a high-risk operation.

“We move this car an inch and he could die instantly.”

Taking care of the needs of the community takes a lot of sacrifice and teamwork, which is why the Station 19 team will try to put aside their drama and differences, to agree and “realize” a Christmas miracle, “ABC teased.

To see at 8 p.m. on My ABC WOTV 4.

Grey’s Anatomy

“He came on a midnight light”

(ABC / Liliane Lathan) JAMES PICKENS JR.

The holiday drama continues during the season finale of “Grey’s Anatomy”. In the final episode, viewers can expect the doctors at Gray Sloan Memorial to get into the holiday spirit with a celebration.

Hamilton and Meredith prepare for a major milestone in the project. Meanwhile, Link offers to spend the Christmas holidays with his family alongside Amelia and Scout. And on the other hand, Schmitt faces a difficult decision during surgery.

Viewers can watch a preview of the drama to which ABC says “will leave you (viewers) on the wire” in the teaser featured below.

Watch it at 9 p.m. on My ABC WOTV4!

Are you ready for these finals, and what do you think of the teasers? Let us know about Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and watch with us on Thursday December 16 on My ABC WOTV4!

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