SERIES REVIEW: STATION 19. Season 6. EPISODE 18 (Season End)
The Fireman’s Ball at Station 19 was truly a luxury ball. I think I prefer the firemen’s prom on July 14 in France. It’s more charming with the vibe that comes with it. In many ways, this episode is like everything I hated about Station 19, but there’s also something appreciative about the episode for what it did to make me want to come back. Both killing a character, making a good spoiler, and finally giving some form of conclusion to certain storylines. Therefore, our firefighters from station 19 will go to Firefighter Ball. The first third of the episode is devoted to people’s antics. I have nothing against the romance and relationships between these characters but it has never been my cup of tea. Especially since the relationships of this season bring nothing to the series. The haunting impression that the series has stagnated since last year really let me down. However, “The Glamorous Life” may have failed in its episode introduction, which is more successful than many sequels. Obviously prom is a total disaster but not only in regards to the problems the characters have, but also because it’s not particularly original and visually it looks like an episode of the series. Tyler Perry’s bad movie.
I don’t understand this unnecessary need to add spotlights that so badly reproduce the effect of the sun at night that could have been done more simply. Because yes, the ball looks like the cardboard ornament from the Tyler Perry series and the staging is just as disgusting. As the smoke settles, the episode begins to take a more interesting turn. In any case, the episode looks like the end of the season. I always love when a show destroys something to create a dramatic moment. This episode doesn’t invest much in visuals but there are ideas that go through everything to create this sense of danger (especially since the fall from the dance floor includes Ross, Kate, Dixon and Nanette among others. ). Jack also almost fell but was saved in time.
It’s nothing special in itself, but the disappearance of one character, the peril of another, and a good-natured spoiler can give this finale something a little more interesting. . Kate is safe but Dixon is dead (and in a sense, it’s a near-perfect ending to her story on the show). I’m not sure what to expect from the next season of Station 19 except that they really ramp up the plots and stop resting on their laurels. It’s been two seasons since the exciting series returned, and this season 6 must be in the protest phase. There are moments of fun but the repetitive storylines of the other seasons don’t really help improve the whole thing (especially Carina and Maya, their relationship is fun as it goes, doesn’t make for a lot of crap). unnecessary problems throughout the season). Station 19 will still be on my watch list for the series in 2024 (no season 7 before 2024) but the writers will have to work if they don’t want me to give up completely. The fact that Andy eventually becomes the captain will shake the series in a good direction a bit. This has been his goal since testing the series!