13 Potential Titles for the Grey's Anatomy Spinoff

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At this rate, the Grey's Anatomy spinoff will be known as "Grey's Anatomy Firefighter Spinoff" when it hits the air. 

The series was announced back in May 2016, and with just two months to go before it premieres, it is still without a title. 

It's difficult to market a series without a name, so we've rounded up some of the best potential ones that could work. 

Scroll down and hit the comments with some of your own!

1. Herrera's Anatomy

Herrera's Anatomy
Jaina Lee Ortiz plays the lead character, Andy Herrera. Given that parent series, Grey's Anatomy, has a lead character called Meredith Grey (pictured above), it would make sense.

2. Anatomy of Fire

Anatomy of Fire
This one would work really well because it has "fire" and a throwback to the parent series.

3. Seattle Fire

Seattle Fire
We're sure NBC would not be happy because, well, Chicago Fire.

4. Firehouse 19

Firehouse 19
Andy and her friends work at Firehouse 19, so this one would work.

5. Three Blocks Down

Three Blocks Down
It has been reported that Firehouse 19 is situated just three blocks down from Grey Sloan Memorial. Yes, we have a contender!

6. Seattle Blaze

Seattle Blaze
This one does have a certain ring to it, but it's not one we could imagine the masses getting excited about.

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CRISTINA: "There's a club. The Dead Dads Club. And you can't be in it until you're in it. You can try to understand, you can sympathize. But until you feel that loss... My dad died when I was nine. George, I'm really sorry you had to join the club."
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