My wife loves Grey’s Anatomy and while I do find it somewhat cheesy at times, it’s our thing that we watch together and another couple of good friends. Sometimes it can be entertaining television.
But, we need to address the big fat elephant in the room: Station 19.
The show is associated with famed Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes set in the same universe as Grey’s Anatomy. It is produced by Shonda’s production company Shondaland. Now, given the success of Grey’s Anatomy, it’s understandable ABC would give her another show.
These crossover events appear to be becoming a regular thing. Season 16 at the start of 2020 debuted with a crossover with Station 19 after a car crashed into Joe’s Bar. They have done a few of them now, seemingly timing them with the season debut tricking their fans into watching them.
Well, the November 2020 Season 17 debut of Grey’s Anatomy has done it again and this time, taken things to an extreme level with a three-part crossover event of a TV series Grey’s Anatomy viewers don’t even like.
If Station 19 was a good TV show, there would be no problem. But the cast is unlikeable, the storylines predictable and boring, the writing is terrible for a show associated with Grey’s Anatomy. The biggest issue with Station 19 is the dialogue and acting of the actors and actresses is bad. I’ve seen better acting in hostage videos.
We have suffered enough in 2020. Please stop forcing us to watch Station 19.