Shonda Rhimes Shares Heartfelt Post in Wake of ‘Station 19’ Cancellation: ‘Thank You for the Magic’

Shonda Rhimes sends a final farewell to the cast and crew Station 19.

On Friday, ABC announced that Grey’s Anatomy spinoff will end after its upcoming seventh season, prompting the show’s creator and executive producer to pen a heartfelt tribute.

“Grateful for an unforgettable run,” Rhimes wrote on Instagram. “A heartfelt salute to the exceptional cast whose brilliance brought the characters to life and to the viewers who continued to make it possible!”

“Thank you for the magic, moments and memories”, she concluded the post with the hashtag “station 19”.

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Rhimes also shared photos of the cast on set. The first photo showed several stars, including Jason George, Gray Damon and Jaina Lee Ortiz in full firefighter gear, posing in front of the Station 19 fire engine on set. In another image, some of the cast – including Ortiz, Jay Hayden and Barrett Doss – stand outside in their firefighter gear.

“In seven seasons, Station 19 was the highlight of the ABC line thanks to Shonda [Rhimes] and Betsy [Beers’] incredible vision, beloved characters and compelling storytelling,” Disney Television Group president Craig Erwich said in a press release, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

However, finally Station 19 The season is slated to come with a few changes — namely new hosts, after Krista Vernoff stepped down from the show and Grey’s Anatomy. Zoanne Clack and Peter Paige will lead the charge all the way, per outlet.

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“With Zoanne and Peter at the helm of the upcoming farewell season, we have so much to look forward to, most notably celebrating the show’s milestone 100th episode,” added Erwich.

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Station 19 is the second spinoff from Grey’s Anatomy after Private practicewhich ran for six seasons until it was canceled in 2013. ABC wasn’t done with the first responder drama, though, because the network figured it out 911 from Fox, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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ABC also canceled Big sky, The Goldbergs, Wonderful years, Home Economicswith, Alaska Daily, The last straw, The company you keep and Beginner: The Feds.

Station 19The final season will premiere on March 14 on ABC.

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