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The Wealthiest Cast Members of 'Station 19,' Ranked From Lowest to Highest Net Worth

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Station 19 is coming to an end, sadly. The ABC TV series, created by Stacy McKee, debuted back in March of 2018, and it’s a spin-off of Grey’s Anatomy, following Private Practice.

The show centers around the lives of the men and women at Seattle Fire Station 19. Season 7, the show’s final season, is now airing.

Find out what showrunners recently said about how they found out it was canceled, and whether they had plot lines ready for Season 8.

The actors featured on the show have also amassed a sizable sum. We’ve rounded up the stars of Station 19, and ranked them according to estimated net worth. Click through to see how much the top earners of Station 19 are worth…

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