How To Watch “Station 19″ Online In The UK: Season 4 And Past Seasons

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Station 19, the firefighting drama that started as a spinoff of Grey’s Anatomy, is back with Season 4. Now, UK fans are probably wondering how and where they can watch Station 19 online or streaming on their telly, legally, WITHOUT an expensive Sky/Cable subscription.

In case you haven’t joined in yet, Station 19 follows the personal and professional lives of firefighters in Seattle (who serve in the aptly named… Station 19). It stars Jaina Lee Ortiz, Grey Damon, Barrett Doss and Jason George, who transferred over from Grey’s Anatomy.

The show, which was created by Stacy McKee, is produced by Shondaland – the same production house behind Grey’s Anatomy. The two shows share characters and storylines from time to time, and Season 3 had some direct crossovers with Grey’s Season 16. The same is happening with Season 4 and Grey’s Season 17.

Season 4 of Station 19 debuted in the US on November 13, then went on a hiatus until March 11, 2021, and is now back for more episodes. It has already been renewed for Season 5.

For now, here’s how to watch new episodes and past seasons. (And if you also need to catch up on Grey’s Anatomy – here’s how to watch that.).

Where Can I Watch Station 19 In The UK – Past And Current Episodes?

In the UK, Station 19 normally airs on Sky, with weekly episodes.

But as Cord Cutters, we’re here to talk about your alternative, cheaper viewing options – those not involving a full-on Sky (or Virgin, BT, etc’) subscriptions – and there are several of those.

Is Station 19 Available on Netflix in the UK?

No. However, the show is available on Netflix in… Argentina and Brazil.

However, it also airs on Hulu (including the new Season 4), which is a US-Only service. But there are ways to watch American streaming services (including Hulu) in the UK.

1. Disney+ – Seasons 1-3

Disney’s streaming service launched “Star” this year, their adult-oriented category which is part of Disney+, and brought Station 19 (and Grey’s Anatomy) into it.

For now, the first three seasons are available on Disney+. Season 4 will arrive sometime in the future.

For Disney+, you can get a monthly subscription, or an annual one which is a bit cheaper.

Pros

  • Get Station 19 and a ton of other shows and films
  • Full HD quality (1080p) at no extra cost
  • Stream all 3 seasons

Cons

  • Season 4 not available yet.

Watch On: Disney+ website, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Google Chromecast, Apple TV, Smartphones, Gaming consoles and Smart TVs

2. NOW – Season 4

Sky’s on-demand service (formerly known as NOW TV), meant to compete with Netflix, offers a cheaper price over Sky’s regular TV offerings – and without a long contract (see my guide on getting cheap NOW TV passes).

The first three seasons of Station 19 used to be available as box-sets on NOW’s Entertainment Pass – however, Sky removed all box-sets of ABC shows.

There’s some good news, however – Season 4 is now on, and will air weekly episodes for those with a NOW Entertainment Membership.

Pros

  • Cheap, monthly subscription.
  • New Season 4 episodes.
  • Available on several platforms

Cons

  • Picture Quality – only gets up 720p, unless you pay more for a “boost”.
  • Past seasons not available.

Watch On: NOW TV Box (get it here), Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV, Gaming consoles, Certain models of Smart TVs (Not on Amazon Fire TV).

Station 19 cast members
Photo: ABC

3. Amazon Prime Video – Seasons 1-2

Amazon’s video-on-demand library (see our review) offers the first two seasons of Station 19 as a separate one-time purchase.

They used to be available for “free” as part of Prime – but they’re not anymore. Hopefully, that will happen again in the future.

Season 3 will become available at some point in the future.

Pros

  • Buy and own forever – without seasons expiring on you mid-watch
  • Full HD quality (1080p)
  • Subtitles on all seasons
  • Available on a lot of platforms

Cons

  • Gets expensive if you buy multiple seasons

Watch On: Amazon’s website, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, Smartphones, Gaming consoles

4. Google Play Store – Season 1-3

Google’s play store offers Season1-2 of Station 19, as a separate one-time purchase.

Pros

  • Buy and own forever – without seasons expiring on you mid-watch
  • Full HD quality (1080p)
  • Subtitles on all seasons
  • Available on a lot of platforms

Cons

  • Gets expensive if you buy multiple seasons

Watch On: Roku, Chromecast, Smartphones, Gaming consoles

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