When taking a look at Thursday’s episode of Station 19, we might see the relationship between Vic and Jack have big-time ripples.
Let’s get a look at this situation from Matt & Jess.
Thursday night, Jack, played by Grey Damon, and Vic, played by Barrett Doss, were the center of a lot of chaos.
What took place between both of them will have a ripple effect. Not just on Vic’s relationship but even with the entire firehouse, too.
‘Station 19’ Sees Two Characters Come Together In What Might Be Trauma Bonding
Why in the world did this happen on Station 19?
One might call this something formed out of trauma bonding.
Something might have happened behind the scenes. When all was said and done, they were just seeking some type of connection.
Both lost Dean Miller, played by Okieriete Onaodowan, someone quite important to each other.
Vic and Jack are struggling with that issue. Both will do so for a period of time. What do you do with grief? Shove it away? One cannot do this as much as one would want to do it.
What do we know when it comes to the Station 19 – Grey’s Anatomy franchise? Cliffhangers, baby.
But Station 19 will have plenty of drama ahead when it comes back on ABC in 2022.
Onaodowan Is Already Dialing Into Next Project After Time on Show Ended
After his departure from ABC’s hit series Station 19, Okieriete Onaodowan has reportedly scored his next role on Amazon Prime Video’s Jack Ryan series.
Deadline states that the former Station 19 star is now a series regular opposite of John Krasinski’s Jack Ryan. Zuleikha Robinson of The Exorcist, and Louis Ozawa of Hunters are also joining the series.
So, Jack Ryan first premiered on August 31, 2018. Then, its second season debut happened on October 31, 2019. The series has since been renewed for Seasons 3 and 4.
That third season is expected to premiere sometime in 2022. We don’t have any information, Outsiders, on what Onaodowan’s role will be in the action-packed series.
But in a statement to Deadline, Onaodowan shared details about his departure from Station 19 after being a regular on the series since the beginning.
“It’s been a pleasure being Dean,” he states. “I have Shonda Rhimes, Stacy McKee, Krista Vernon, Paris Barclay, and ABC to thank for allowing me to bring him to life.”
Well, the now-Station 19 alum also shares that he is truly grateful that he got to work with the most loving, kind, and dedicated crew in network TV. “Thanks to the fans for showing Dean so much love. I hope he has inspired you to change your world for the better. Be the change!”