Shonda Rhimes Shoutout to ‘Station 19’ cast for the “hilarious, fiery chaos” post-cancellation.

Shondaland’s Station 19 has been a firefighting force to be reckoned with, but all good things must come to an end. After ABC announced the upcoming seventh season will be the last, Shonda Rhimes took to Instagram to express her heartfelt gratitude to the “exceptional cast” and “viewers who continued to make it possible.”

Rhimes shared a series of photos of the cast geared up in full firefighter attire, proving that they really brought the heat to the show. Even executive producer and director Peter Paige took to X (formerly known as Twitter) to share his thoughts on the news, calling it a “surreal” moment and expressing his deep appreciation for the show’s cast and crew.

But wait, there’s more! Good Trouble, also co-created by Paige, will also be coming to an end with its upcoming fifth season on Freeform. Paige expressed his love and gratitude for the talented and kind individuals he has worked with over the years, emphasizing the impact both shows have had on him and expressing his thanks to the casts, writers, crews, everyone at Shondaland, and the fans.

So, while we may be saying goodbye to these beloved shows, the memories and magic they’ve brought into our lives will never be forgotten. As we bid farewell to Station 19 and Good Trouble, let’s raise a glass to the incredible cast and crew who made it all possible. Here’s to the moments, the memories, and the fire that these shows ignited in our hearts. Thank you for the magic, Shondaland. And to the fans, as we face the end of an era, let’s remember the words of Shonda Rhimes, “the show is over, but the memories will last forever.” Cheers to the end of an era and the beginning of new adventures!

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