Station 19 star Danielle Savre lands next TV role

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Station 19 spoilers follow.

Station 19 star Danielle Savre has landed her next TV role.

The actor, who played Maya Bishop on the Grey's Anatomy spin-off, will play a recurring role in Found's second season. Details of Savre's character are currently being kept under wraps (via TVLine).

Fatal Attraction's Michael Cassidy and Dream Girls star Dionne Gipson are also set to appear as recurring characters in the new season.

The thriller's upcoming season will consist of 22 episodes, which will begin airing on NBC later this year.

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The series focuses on recovery specialist Gabi Mosely (Shanola Hampton) and her team, who specialise in locating abduction victims that are being neglected.

The show's cast also includes Saved by the Bell's Mark-Paul Gosselaar as Gabi's former kidnapper Hugh Evans, Kelli Williams as investigator Margaret Reed, Brett Dalton as Detective Mark Trent and Gabrielle Walsh as intern Lacey Quinn.

Found's main cast is rounded out by Arlen Escarpeta as tech genius Zeke and Karan Oberoi as security expert Dhan Rana.

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Savre made her final appearance as Maya Bishop in Shondaland's firefighting series earlier this month, following its unexpected cancellation after seven seasons.

Over the course of the series, Maya became a lieutenant, and eventually Captain at the beloved fire station.

The character notably began a relationship with Grey's Anatomy doctor Carina DeLuca (Stefania Spampinato) in season three, with the fan-favourite couple getting married in the season four finale.

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In 2019, Savre spoke to Digital Spy about playing a bisexual character on the show and thanked fans for the response she has received.

"To get the response that I have and to be part of the Shondaland world, which is so great at representing the LGBTQ community, has been a huge gift," she said.

"With Maya, she's a fully developed, layered, well-rounded character who has all of these complexities like everyone who is part of the LGBTQ community has.

"I'm so lucky to get to play her, and I'm so happy that fans love her as much as they do. I love playing her. It's been fun. It's been a great ride, and I hope we get to do it for years and years to come."

Grey's Anatomy season 20 and Station 19's final season aired on ABC in the US. Both shows stream on Disney+ in the UK, with season 21 of Grey's to air later this year.

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