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Grey's Anatomy and Station 19 Are Staging Another Drama-Filled Crossover

The stakes are even higher this time

Keisha Hatchett

The drama-filled worlds of Grey's Anatomy and Station 19 will once again collide.

Shondaland's seminal medical drama will crossover with its firefighter-centric sister series on Thursday, May 2. The two-hour event kicks off with Grey's at 8/7c. Titled "What I Did for Love," the episode finds Maggie (Kelly McCreary) tending to someone from Station 19, though we don't know which firefighter will wind up at Grey Sloan. Meanwhile, Jo will learn a hard lesson and Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) makes a call that jeopardizes her career.

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The night continues with Station 19's "Always Ready" at 9/8c as the firefighters remain on high alert following a deadly blaze at a coffee shop that landed one of their own in the hospital. With a member of the crew looking at an uncertain future due to life-threatening injuries, they'll need to dig deep in order to continue fighting the good fight.

This marks the shows' second crossover, after the two-hour extravaganza in October 2018 that saw Meredith finally start dating again and Station 19's Dean (Okieriete Onaodowan) awkwardly hit on Maggie.

Grey's Anatomy airs Thursdays, at 8/7c on ABC, followed by Station 19 at 9/8c.

Jaina Lee Ortiz, Ellen Pompeo, Station 19

Jaina Lee Ortiz, Ellen Pompeo, Station 19

Mitch Haaseth, ABC