The Pandemic Hits 'Station 19' & 'Grey's Anatomy' in Premiere Crossover (PHOTOS)
The COVID-19 pandemic hits the first responders of Seattle in a premiere crossover event on Thursday, November 12, on ABC, and the first photos out show just how safe everyone is being.
It all begins in Station 19's Season 4 premiere, "Nothing Seems the Same," at 8/7c, when the crew lean on each other for support while facing the health emergency. Meanwhile, Andy (Jaina Lee Ortiz) "tries to make sense" of the fact that her mother is actually alive, and Sullivan (Boris Kodjoe) settles into "a new routine" following his surgery.
Then, in the first of the two-hour Grey's Anatomy Season 17 premiere, "All Tomorrow's Parties," we see how the pandemic turns the lives of Meredith (Ellen Pompeo), Bailey (Chandra Wilson), and the rest of the Grey Sloan doctors upside down a month in.
What brings it all together is a group of teenagers who unintentionally start a wild fire (cuing the need for Station 19's firefighters and pandemics) and are brought into the hospital for treatment (enter the Grey's doctors).
Scroll down for a look at these two episodes.
Station 19, Season 4 Premiere, Thursday, November 12, 8/7c, ABC
Grey's Anatomy, Season 17 Premiere, Thursday, November 12, 9/8c, ABC