Thursday's Grey's Anatomy and Station 19 crossover even promised heartbreak and it did not disappoint. Fans knew going In that one of their favorites wasn't going to make It out of the deadly explosion alive, and while many thought that Ben Warren (Jason George) would be the one to die, it was in fact Dean Miller who died on the job.
Actor Okieriete Onaodowan was one of the five remaining original cast members from Station 19 and spoke to Deadline about exiting the series after four seasons. "It's been a pleasure being Dean. I have Shonda Rhimes, Stacy McKee, Krista Vernoff, Paris Barclay and ABC to thank for allowing me to bring him to life," Onaodowan said in a statement. "I am grateful I got to work with the most loving, kind and dedicated crew in network TV. And most importantly, 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!"
Even after seeing their favorites get killed off for years, some fans were in disbelief that Miller was actually dead. "Im so done. I'm ready to FIGHT," tweeted one Station 19 viewer.prevnext
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Viewers were in tears at Dean's death, tweeting their way through the pain. "Not me crying watching Station 19 and Greys rn," tweeted one shocked fan. "NOT MILLER [three sobbing emojis]," tweeted another upset viewer.prev