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Paging the cast of 9-1-1: Lone Star, we have an emergency! Liv Tyler isn’t returning for season two. 😱

It’s a sad fact, but Liv and her character, Michelle Blake, will not be back when the new Fox show makes its second debut. She seems to have pretty good reasons, at least: According to Deadline, she lives primarily in London with her family, and the pandemic has made international travel difficult, to say the least.

But the good news is that they don’t seem to be recasting Michelle, meaning Liv could rejoin the crew at some point in the future. As series co-creator Tim Minear said, “The door here will always be open for a return.” Here’s hoping!

There haven’t been any other shakeups yet, and filming is reportedly starting in October which means new episodes are just around the corner. If you’re a new fan (or a returning one that needs a little refresher) take a look at the rest of the 9-1-1: Lone Star cast. Which happens to include the very dreamy Rob Lowe. Just saying!

Rob Lowe as Captain Owen Strand

Rob Lowe needs no introduction! After his years of being a total ‘80s movie heartthrob, he now stars on the 9-1-1 spinoff. As for his character: Owen is a former New Yorker who relocated to Austin to help rebuild Texas Firehouse 126 after a horrible tragedy.

Jim Parrack as Judd Ryder

Judd is the lone survivor of said tragedy—and he’s not about to let Owen forget it. He’s a true Texan at heart, and has a #goals-worthy marriage to Grace. Actor Jim has been in Suicide Squad, True Blood, and is slated to appear in the upcoming F9 movie, so get used to seeing him on your TV screens.

Sierra McClain as Grace Ryder

Grace is a 9-1-1 dispatcher, and her unflappable personality and memorable moments with husband Judd have made her a fan favorite on the show. What do Mindhunter and Empire have in common, you might wonder? Sierra appeared in both!

Ronen Rubinstein as T.K. Strand

Does the last name look familiar? Yep, that’s because T.K. is Owen’s son. He’s had a rough past, but he knows his dad always has his back. In real life, Ronen has been on series like Orange Is the New Black, and is also an ambassador for Project Zero.

Natacha Karam as Marjan Marwani

Marjan will always do what it takes to keep civilians safe, even if that means taking risks (and breaking rules) along the way. We love a good-hearted rebel! Natacha just announced she’s starring in an upcoming movie alongside Sylvester Stallone, so it’s safe to say her career is going great.

Brian Michael Smith as Paul Strickland

Brian plays Paul, a transgender firefighter who’s crazy-good attention to detail serves him well in the field—and helps him earn points with Owen. Brian’s had plenty of TV gigs before 9-1-1, including The L Word and Chicago P.D.

Julian Works as Mateo Chavez

Mateo’s role as “Probie” on the team starts out a little rough, but his can-do attitude (sometimes cat-itude, when has to rescue people’s pets 😂) consistently impresses Owen. You may recognize Julian from his roles in Beautiful Boy, American Crime, and The Affair. Oh, and he’s often seen with a very cute puppy.

Rafael Silva as Carlos Reyes

Carlos is a police officer who strikes up a romance with T.K.—but it’s been hard for them to get on the same page. Still, it seems like T.K. is trying to put his former relationship woes behind him to work things out. (#Tarlos forever!) Rafael was born in Brazil, and 9-1-1 is the first show where he’s been a series regular.

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No. Title Directed by Written by Airdate Viewers (million)1 "Back in the Saddle"Bradley BueckerRashad Raisani & Tim MinearJanuary 18, 2021 6.03[10]Lone Star 2x1 2.jpgThe 126 crew responds to a military tank on the loose in downtown Austin and a human pile-up at the roller derby. Meanwhile, new paramedic captain, Tommy Vega, joins the team and Owen is reunited with his ex-wife and T.K.'s mother, Gwyneth (guest star Lisa Edelstein), and receives an update on his cancer. 2 "2100°"Bradley BueckerMolly Green & James LefflerJanuary 25, 2021 5.90[11]Lone Star 2x2 1.jpgAfter a volcanic eruption wreaks havoc in Austin, the members of the 126 race to save lives at a college pool party, a family's mini-golf outing and a woman trapped in her food truck by a horde of scorpions. 3 "Hold the Line"Bradley BueckerJessica Ball & John Owen LoweFebruary 1, 2021 5.94[12]Lone Star 2x3 6.jpgAs a wildfire spreads across Texas, Evan "Buck" Buckley, Henrietta "Hen" Wilson and Eddie Diaz from the 118 firehouse in Los Angeles arrive in Austin to help Capt. Strand and the 126. As the crews race to save a group of teenagers trapped by the fire at a campground, Owen and Hen fight for their lives in the aftermath of a helicopter crash. 4 "Friends With Benefits"Sanaa HamriCarly Soteras & Jalysa ConwayFebruary 8, 2021 5.58[13]Lone Star 2x4 16.jpgThe 126 is on the scene when a disastrous wedding comes crumbling down, as Grace helps a dominatrix and her slave involved in a shocking situation. Meanwhile, Owen and Gwyneth struggle to label their new relationship and a man from Marjan's past re-enters back in her life. 5 "Difficult Conversations"Sanaa HamriWolfe ColemanFebruary 15, 2021 5.58[14]Lone Star 2x5 1.jpgJudd is shocked at the latest victim of an emergency call, Grace and Carlos must save a woman literally trapped in a domestic abuse situation and the 126 arrive at a horrific highway crash that threatens the lives of a father and daughter. Meanwhile, Owen and Gwyneth face a difficult decision in their relationship and Mateo regrets his new tattoo. 6 "Everyone and Their Brother"Marcus StokesMolly Green & James LefflerFebruary 22, 2021 5.3[15]Lone Star 2x6 2.jpgOwen and T.K. risk their lives to save two brothers trapped in a homemade minefield. Meanwhile, Grace receives an emergency call from a conjoined twin who's brother is dying, Tommy interviews new candidates to fill the team's open EMT position and Paul's mother and estranged sister pay him an unexpected visit. 7 "Displaced" Paula HunzikerJessica BallMarch 1, 2021 5.3[16]Lone Star 2x7 1.jpgThe 126 arrive at a funeral where another dead body has crashed the burial, and then to a hospital where an MRI has gone haywire. Owen and Tommy each feel displaced in their homes as Gwyn moves into the Strand household and Charles seemingly becomes the full-time parent in the Vegas'. Meanwhile, T.K. makes waves in his new position. 8 "Bad Call"Bradley BueckerTonya KongMarch 8, 2021 5.3[17]Lone Star 2x8 1.jpgA bank robbery, an apartment fire and a pregnant woman lost in a parking garage are the seemingly unconnected calls to which the 126 responds. Then, T.K. celebrates his one-year anniversary of sobriety, while Owen and Gwyn may not make it to the end of the week as a couple. Also, Carlos finds himself working on a case with his Texas Ranger father. 9 "Saving Grace"Sharat RajuTonya Kong & Wolfe ColemanApril 19, 2021 5.48 [18]Lone Star 2x9 1.jpgGrace and Judd fight for their lives in the aftermath of the horrific car accident, as flashbacks show how a childhood tragedy led Judd to meet Grace and how they ultimately fell in love. 10 "A Little Help From My Friends"Marita GrabiakJalysa ConwayApril 26, 2021 4.9[19]Lone Star 2x10 1.jpegThe 126 make calls to a bloody disaster at an ice cream shop and help rescue a boy missing from his own birthday party. Meanwhile, the 126 holds an "intervention" for Owen after he accidentally spills his secrets to new roommate Mateo. Then, T.K. and Carlos take a big step in their relationship, as Grace learns to rely on others in the aftermath of the car accident. 11 "Slow Burn"Chad LoweJohn Owen LoweMay 3, 2021 5.2[20]Lone Star 2x11 1.jpegAfter being forced to take time off work to recover, Owen finds himself immersed in the search for a serial arsonist. Meanwhile, TK and Carlos take their relationship to the next level and Marjan copes with the aftermath of losing someone on the job. 12 "The Big Heat"Ben Hernandez BrayCarly SoterasMay 10, 2021 4.9[21]Lone Star 2x12 1.jpegA recovering Owen becomes the prime suspect in the serial arsonist case. Meanwhile, T.K. and Carlos find themselves in a fiery situation and Tommy gets the surprise of her life. 13 "One Day"Sanaa HamriTim Minear & Rashad RaisaniMay 17, 2021 5.0[22]Lone Star 2x13 1.jpegOwen helps Tommy through a personal emergency. 14 "Dust to Dust" Bradley BueckerTim Minear & Rashad RaisaniMay 24, 2021 5.03[23]Lone Star 2x14 12.jpegOwen and the members of the 126 race into action when a massive dust storm engulfs Austin, Texas.
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Full Cast & Crew

Rob Lowe Rob Lowe ...  Owen Strand25 episodes, 2020-2022 Ronen Rubinstein Ronen Rubinstein ...  T.K. Strand25 episodes, 2020-2022 Sierra Aylina McClain Sierra Aylina McClain ...  Grace Ryder25 episodes, 2020-2022 Jim Parrack Jim Parrack ...  Judd Ryder25 episodes, 2020-2022 Natacha Karam Natacha Karam ...  Marjan Marwani25 episodes, 2020-2022 Brian Michael Smith Brian Michael Smith ...  Paul Strickland25 episodes, 2020-2022 Rafael L. Silva Rafael L. Silva ...  Carlos Reyes25 episodes, 2020-2022 Julian Works Julian Works ...  Mateo Chavez25 episodes, 2020-2022 Brianna Baker Brianna Baker ...  Nancy Gillian21 episodes, 2020-2022 Gina Torres Gina Torres ...  Tommy Vega15 episodes, 2021-2022 Mark Elias Mark Elias ...  Tim Rosewater13 episodes, 2020-2021 Liv Tyler Liv Tyler ...  Michelle Blake10 episodes, 2020 Derek Webster Derek Webster ...  Charles Vega10 episodes, 2021 Lisa Edelstein Lisa Edelstein ...  Gwyneth Morgan7 episodes, 2021 Nina Concepción Nina Concepción ...  Bree / ... 6 episodes, 2020-2021 Billy Burke Billy Burke ...  Billy Tyson6 episodes, 2020-2022 Ginifer King Ginifer King ...  Dr. Barbara Jacobs5 episodes, 2020-2021 Lexi Crouch Lexi Crouch ...  Isabella Vega5 episodes, 2021 Xandi Crouch Xandi Crouch ...  Evie Vega5 episodes, 2021 Albert Kong Albert Kong ...  Zach / ... 5 episodes, 2020-2021 Kyle Secor Kyle Secor ...  Deputy Fire Chief Alden Radford4 episodes, 2020-2021 Benito Martinez Benito Martinez ...  Gabriel Reyes4 episodes, 2021 Evan Arnold Evan Arnold ...  Elliot Pasquale4 episodes, 2020-2021 Joel Heyman Joel Heyman ...  Joel4 episodes, 2021 Brett Rice Brett Rice ...  Wayne Gettinger3 episodes, 2020 Roxana Brusso Roxana Brusso ...  Andrea Reyes3 episodes, 2021 Mary Kay Place Mary Kay Place ...  Theresa Blake3 episodes, 2020 Sebrina Purcell Sebrina Purcell ...  Officer Mitchell / ... 3 episodes, 2021 Jesse Luken Jesse Luken ...  Jake Harkes2 episodes, 2020-2021 Natalie Zea Natalie Zea ...  Zoe2 episodes, 2020 Lyndsy Fonseca Lyndsy Fonseca ...  Iris Blake2 episodes, 2020 Tamala Jones Tamala Jones ...  Sarina Washington2 episodes, 2020 Barry Corbin Barry Corbin ...  Stuart Ryder2 episodes, 2020-2021 Jon Foster Jon Foster ...  Dustin Shepard2 episodes, 2020 William Allen Young William Allen Young ...  Benjamin Williams2 episodes, 2021 Margarita Franco Margarita Franco ...  Nancy / ... 2 episodes, 2020 Joshua Bitton Joshua Bitton ...  Police Officer2 episodes, 2020 Barbara Eve Harris Barbara Eve Harris ...  Denice Williams / ... 2 episodes, 2021 Kim Matula Kim Matula ...  Lily2 episodes, 2021 Todd Stashwick Todd Stashwick ...  Dennis Raymond2 episodes, 2021 Cyrina Fiallo Cyrina Fiallo ...  Tonya2 episodes, 2021 Tipper Newton Tipper Newton ...  Julie Shumpert2 episodes, 2021 J. Teddy Garces J. Teddy Garces ...  Detective / ... 2 episodes, 2021 Nicolas Cantu Nicolas Cantu ...  JJ2 episodes, 2021 Graham Shiels Graham Shiels ...  Cory Garrity2 episodes, 2020-2021 Jeffrey Doornbos Jeffrey Doornbos ...  Patrick2 episodes, 2020 John Lee Ames John Lee Ames ...  Man2 episodes, 2020 Omar Leyva Omar Leyva ...  Gustavo2 episodes, 2020 Maya Bednarek Maya Bednarek ...  Emily2 episodes, 2020 Caden Dragomer Caden Dragomer ...  Colt2 episodes, 2020 Ashley Dulaney Ashley Dulaney ...  Colleen Parkland2 episodes, 2020 Aidan Bertola Aidan Bertola ...  Tomas2 episodes, 2020 Stephanie McVay Stephanie McVay ...  Real Estate Agent2 episodes, 2020-2021 Josie M. Parker Josie M. Parker ...  Mable Parkland2 episodes, 2020 Kelsey Yates Kelsey Yates ...  Isabella Vega2 episodes, 2021 Skyler Yates Skyler Yates ...  Evie Vega2 episodes, 2021 Lourdes Benedicto Lourdes Benedicto ...  Curandera1 episode, 2020 Aisha Hinds Aisha Hinds ...  Henrietta 'Hen' Wilson1 episode, 2021 Alex Fernandez Alex Fernandez ...  Tom Carver1 episode, 2020 Hettienne Park Hettienne Park ...  Beth Healy1 episode, 2020 Jonathan Chase Jonathan Chase ...  Tom Scanlon1 episode, 2020 Juan Javier Cardenas Juan Javier Cardenas ...  Ray1 episode, 2020 Ryan Guzman Ryan Guzman ...  Eddie Diaz1 episode, 2021 Mena Massoud Mena Massoud ...  Salim1 episode, 2021 Colleen Foy Colleen Foy ...  Whitney1 episode, 2021 Erin Cummings Erin Cummings ...  Teri1 episode, 2020 McKaley Miller McKaley Miller ...  Brianna1 episode, 2020 Patrika Darbo Patrika Darbo ...  Ellen1 episode, 2020 Tim Griffin Tim Griffin ...  Bennett1 episode, 2020 Stacie Greenwell Stacie Greenwell ...  Ellen1 episode, 2020 Oliver Stark Oliver Stark ...  Evan 'Buck' Buckley1 episode, 2021 Sharif Atkins Sharif Atkins ...  Victor1 episode, 2021 Cleo King Cleo King ...  Cynthia Strickland1 episode, 2021 Seana Kofoed Seana Kofoed ...  Margaret Gilbert1 episode, 2021 Kimmy Shields Kimmy Shields ...  Sheila1 episode, 2021 William Mapother William Mapother ...  Bruce Ackerman1 episode, 2020 Angel Parker Angel Parker ...  Josie1 episode, 2020 Jack Plotnick Jack Plotnick ...  Howard Dalton1 episode, 2020 Sadie Calvano Sadie Calvano ...  Kara1 episode, 2021 Jack Conley Jack Conley ...  Captain Tatum1 episode, 2021 Andy Favreau Andy Favreau ...  Pearce Risher1 episode, 2021 Matt Bushell Matt Bushell ...  Lt. Jeff Tyler1 episode, 2021 Ptolemy Slocum Ptolemy Slocum ...  Devon1 episode, 2021 Anton Starkman Anton Starkman ...  Keith1 episode, 2021 Cassandra Scerbo Cassandra Scerbo ...  Cheyenne1 episode, 2020 J.P. Manoux J.P. Manoux ...  Trevor1 episode, 2020 Presilah Nunez Presilah Nunez ...  Taylor Underwood1 episode, 2020 Grant Harvey Grant Harvey ...  Hank1 episode, 2021 Jim Ortlieb Jim Ortlieb ...  Frank1 episode, 2021 Spencer Neville Spencer Neville ...  Chad1 episode, 2021 Geoffrey Rivas Geoffrey Rivas ...  Deputy Chief De Leon1 episode, 2021 Lily Knight Lily Knight ...  Leigh-Anne1 episode, 2021 Jorge-Luis Pallo Jorge-Luis Pallo ...  Armando Teban1 episode, 2021 Ito Aghayere Ito Aghayere ...  Andrea1 episode, 2021 June Carryl June Carryl ...  Dr. Mary Roberts1 episode, 2021 Regina Hoyles Regina Hoyles ...  Naomi Strickland1 episode, 2021 Billy Lush Billy Lush ...  Rick1 episode, 2020 Chris Ellis Chris Ellis ...  Derek Poole1 episode, 2020 Alex Carter Alex Carter ...  Captain1 episode, 2020 Jessica Pohly Jessica Pohly ...  Tina Hoffman1 episode, 2020 Marisa Echeverria Marisa Echeverria ...  Molly1 episode, 2020 Robert Craighead Robert Craighead ...  Happy Stan1 episode, 2020 John Karna John Karna ...  Spence1 episode, 2021 Lindsay Pulsipher Lindsay Pulsipher ...  Kristen Smart1 episode, 2021
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9-1-1: Lone Star

2020 American procedural drama television series

Not to be confused with Lone Star (TV series).

9-1-1: Lone Star is an American procedural drama television series focusing on the fire, police, and ambulance departments of the fictional company 126, located in Austin, Texas. The use of "Lone Star" in the name associates it with Texas, the "Lone Star State". It was created for Fox by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Tim Minear. The series is a spin-off of the television series 9-1-1, and was ordered by Fox in May 2019. It premiered on January 19, 2020.[1]

In April 2020, Fox renewed the series for a second season which premiered on January 18, 2021.[2][3] In May 2021, the series was renewed for a third season.[4]

Premise[edit]

From 9-1-1 co-creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Tim Minear, 9-1-1: Lone Star follows a sophisticated New York firefighter who, along with his son, relocates from Manhattan, New York to Austin, Texas. He must try to balance the duties of saving those who are at their most vulnerable and solving the problems in his own life. He is joined by other firefighters as well as members of the Police department and Emergency Medical Services. Series star Rob Lowe serves as co-executive producer.[5]

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Rob Lowe as Owen Strand, firefighter captain from New York City and T.K.'s father. He was diagnosed with lung cancer as a result of being a first responder to the September 11 attacks, in which he also lost his entire firehouse.
  • Liv Tyler as Michelle Blake (season 1): the paramedic Emergency Medical Services (EMS) captain. She is also trying to locate her sister Iris, who has been missing for three years.[6] It is revealed in the second season that she left the 126 to help homeless mentally ill people like her sister.
  • Ronen Rubinstein as Tyler Kennedy "TK" Strand, a firefighter with the 126. In season 2, he quit being a firefighter and became a paramedic. He's Captain Owen's son. He is a recovering opioidaddict. TK suffered an overdose just prior to his arrival in Austin.[7] He starts a relationship with police officer, Carlos Reyes.
  • Sierra McClain as Grace Ryder, a 9-1-1 operator and Judd's wife.[7]
  • Jim Parrack as Judson "Judd" Ryder, firefighter and Grace's husband, he is the sole survivor of 126's previous team's fire disaster.[8]
  • Natacha Karam as Marjan Marwani, a firefighter/paramedic who is also a devout Muslim.[9]
  • Brian Michael Smith as Paul Strickland, a firefighter/paramedic who is also a trans man.[9]
  • Rafael Silva as Carlos Reyes, a police officer with the Austin Police Department, who begins a romantic relationship with TK.[9]
  • Julian Works as Mateo Chavez.[9] He is severely dyslexic, and is a DREAM-er who must keep his job or be deported.
  • Gina Torres as Tommy Vega (season 2–present): an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) replacement captain. Tommy has no choice but to re-enter the workforce, after eight years, to support her family when COVID-19 caused her husband's restaurant to close.
  • Brianna Baker as Nancy Gillian (season 3;[10] recurring, seasons 1–2): A paramedic who is a member of the Rescue 126 EMS crew.

Recurring[edit]

  • Kyle Secor as Deputy Fire Chief Alden Radford (season 1, guest season 2): A fire chief who convinces Owen to come to Austin to rebuild Station 126.
  • Mark Elias as Tim Rosewater: A paramedic who is also a member of Rescue 126 EMS crew. He dies while on a call.
  • Jon Foster as Dustin Shepard (season 1): An ex-boyfriend of Michelle Blake's missing sister Iris who Michelle believes is connected to Iris's disappearance.
  • Brett Rice as Wayne Gettinger (season 1): An elderly man who is receiving chemotherapy treatments at the same time as Owen. He also offers Owen advice on how to deal with his cancer.
  • Mary Kay Place as Theresa Blake (season 1): Michelle's mother who wants Michelle to move on from what happened to Iris, Theresa's younger daughter who went missing.
  • Natalie Zea as Zoe (season 1): A psychology professor at the University of Texas at Austin. She meets Owen at a beauty supply store and later begins dating him.
  • Billy Burke as Captain Billy Tyson (season 1–2): A former firefighter for the 126 who also has cancer.
  • Tamala Jones as Det. Sarina Washington (season 1): the detective investigating Iris's disappearance.
  • Lyndsy Fonseca as Iris Blake (season 1): Michelle's missing sister.
  • Lisa Edelstein as Gwyneth "Gwyn" Morgan (season 2): Owen's ex-wife and TK's mother, who arrives in Austin after her son's hospitalization.[11]
  • Derek Webster as Charles Vega (season 2): Tommy's husband[12]
  • Benito Martinez as Gabriel Reyes (season 2): Carlos’ father, a Texas Ranger.

Guest[edit]

  • Alex Carter as Captain (season 1): The former captain of the 126 who is killed in the explosion.
  • Jesse Luken as Jake Harkes (season 1): One of the former members of the 126 who is killed in the explosion.
  • Matt McTighe as Chuck Parkland (season 1): One of the former members of the 126 who is killed in the explosion.
  • Graham Shiels as Cory Garrity (season 1): One of the former members of the 126 who is killed in the explosion.
  • Angel Parker as Josie (season 1): A woman who Paul meets on a call. They date briefly, until she learns he is trans.
  • Barry Corbin as Stuart Ryder (seasons 1-2): Judd Ryder's father.
  • Mena Massoud as Salim (season 2): Marjan's childhood friend whom she has been arranged to be married since they were twelve.[13]
  • William Allen Young as Benjamin Williams (season 2): Grace's father
  • Bo Kane as Captain Andrews of the 122

Crossover cast[edit]

  • Aisha Hinds as Henrietta “Hen” Wilson (special guest season 2): L.A. firefighter/paramedic.
  • Ryan Guzman as Edmundo “Eddie” Díaz (special guest season 2): L.A. firefighter.
  • Oliver Stark as Evan “Buck” Buckley (special guest season 2): L.A. firefighter.

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

On May 12, 2019, it was announced that Fox had given the production a series order for a 9-1-1 spin-off. 9-1-1 creator Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Tim Minear would serve as executive producers along with cast member Rob Lowe.[5] Also serving as an executive producer is Angela Bassett, who stars in the original 9-1-1.

On April 13, 2020, Fox renewed the series for a second season which premiered on January 18, 2021.[2][3] On May 17, 2021, Fox renewed the series for a third season.[4]

Casting[edit]

On May 12, 2019, it was announced that Rob Lowe had been cast in the series as lead role.[5] On September 11, 2019, Liv Tyler was announced to star opposite of Lowe.[6]Jim Parrack joined the cast on September 18, 2019.[8] Two days later, Ronen Rubinstein and Sierra McClain were announced to have joined the cast.[7] On September 23, 2019, Natacha Karam, Brian Michael Smith, Rafael L. Silva, and Julian Works joined the cast.[9] On September 3, 2020, Gina Torres was cast as a series regular for the second season.[14] On September 22, 2020, Liv Tyler departed the show prior to the second season.[15] Two days later, Lisa Edelstein was cast in a recurring role for the second season.[11] On October 8, 2020, Derek Webster join the cast in a recurring capacity for the second season.[12] On May 25, 2021, Brianna Baker was promoted to series regular for the third season.[10]

Filming[edit]

Despite being set in Austin, Texas, nearly all filming of the series occurred in Los Angeles, California.[16] The lack of on-location filming in Austin has prompted criticism from the local film industry, claiming that Austin has the production infrastructure to host the series.[17][18]

Episodes[edit]

Series overview[edit]

Season 1 (2020)[edit]

Season 2 (2021)[edit]

Season 3[edit]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

On Rotten Tomatoes, the series has an approval rating of 75% based on eight reviews, with an average rating of 7.67/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "If not as outlandishly fun as its predecessor, 9-1-1: Lone Star still packs an entertaining punch and is a great showcase for the handsomely self-aware Rob Lowe".[47] On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 69 out of 100, based on six critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[48]

Texas Monthly criticized the show for its stereotypical portrayal of Texas in the first two episodes, as well as "baffling" choice of Austin for a conservative Texas setting.[49]

Ratings[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Season 2[edit]

9-1-1: Lone Star : U.S. viewers per episode (millions)
SeasonEpisode number
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111.415.945.586.395.736.045.655.615.385.38N/A
26.035.906.145.595.735.365.345.355.494.925.264.915.205.21
Audience measurement performed by Nielsen Media Research[citation needed]

Accolades[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^Known as 20th Century Fox Television in season 1.
  2. ^A field procedure is one done out in the open rather than in a hospital.

References[edit]

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Nearly 20 years ago, Owen Strand was the lone survivor of his Manhattan firehouse on 9/11, and in the wake of the attack, was left with the unenviable task of rebuilding the station. After a similar tragedy strikes a firehouse in Austin, Texas, Owen -- along with his troubled firefighter son, T.K. -- takes his progressive philosophies of life and firefighting down to the Lone Star State to help them start anew. On the surface, Owen is all about big-city style and swagger, but underneath, he struggles with a secret he hides from the world -- one that could very well end his life.


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Premiere Date:Jan 19, 2020
Genre:Drama
Executive producers: Ryan Murphy , Brad Falchuk , Tim Minear , Alexis Martin Woodall , Bradley Buecker , Rashad Raisani , John J. Gray , Angela Bassett , Rob Lowe
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9-1-1: Lone Star fans, we’re heading back to Austin for season 3.

The action-packed season 2 finale left viewers with mixed emotions. While Tommy (Gina Torres)'s motivation for helping Austin residents was renewed, she was still reeling from Charles (Derek Webster)'s unexpected death. On the job front, she and the rest of the 126 team were still displaced in the latest episode, but their time apart could actually be permanent if Billy (Billy Burke) gets his way. Though nothing is set in stone just yet, the idea of the crew being disbanded was enough for Owen (Rob Lowe) to lash out at the new deputy fire chief.

If you’re eager to see what happens next, here’s what we know about season 3 of 9-1-1: Lone Star.

When will season 3 of 9-1-1: Lone Star premiere?

Ahead of the season 2 finale, the show announced on social media that season 3 of 9-1-1: Lone Star would be happening. A teaser also shared the exciting news.

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Actress Gina Torres, who plays Tommy Vega, joined the celebration with her own heartfelt Instagram post.

“Well looky looky!!! And Hallelujah!! Looking forward to resting up and doing it all over again!!” she wrote. “Thank you @foxtv and @20thcenturystudios for believing in us and supporting the diverse and inclusive stories we’re telling!! #onlyloveisreal ❤️.”

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Unlike previous seasons, 9-1-1: Lone Star won’t be airing right after 9-1-1 in the fall. Instead, season 3 of 9-1-1: Lone Star will be held for the midseason. But what does this mean exactly? While an official premiere date has yet to be announced, TVLine reports that fans can expect to watch new episodes in January 2022 while 9-1-1 goes on a short hiatus. Then when NFL football wraps up, the two shows will likely resume their back-to-back Monday night schedule.

Who will be in the cast of 9-1-1: Lone Star season 3?

We’re crossing our fingers that the entire 9-1-1: Lone Star main cast and key recurring characters will return for season 3:

  • Rob Lowe as Owen Strand
  • Gina Torres as Tommy Vega
  • Ronen Rubinstein as Tyler Kennedy "TK" Strand
  • Jim Parrack as Judson "Judd" Ryder
  • Sierra McClain as Grace Ryde
  • Natacha Karam as Marjan Marwani
  • Brian Michael Smith as Paul Strickland
  • Julian Works as Mateo Chavez
  • Brianna Baker as Nancy Gillia
  • Carlos Reyes as Rafael Silva
  • Billy Burke as Captain Billy Tyson

Deadline reports that due to the coronavirus pandemic and personal circumstances, actress Liv Tyler wasn’t able to be a part of season 2. Luckily, Suits star Gina Torres stepped in for her and became the new lead alongside actor Rob Lowe. In the third installment, Gina will continue to play Tommy. There's no word yet if Liv plans to make a return.

Most recently, actress Brianna Baker was added to the main cast after consistently guest starring in the Fox series.

How can I watch and stream 9-1-1: Lone Star?

When season 3 of 9-1-1: Lone Star premieres, you can watch new episodes on Fox. If you forget to call dibs on the TV, you can tune in on the Fox site on your laptop or the Fox app on mobile devices.

Don’t have cable? You can sign up for a streaming service like YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV and fuboTV. Start off with a free seven-day trial before signing up for a subscription.

Hulu will also have new episodes of 9-1-1: Lone Star available to stream the next day on the site or app. First-time users can begin with a 30-day free trial. After that, Hulu plans start at $5.99 per month. While you wait for new episodes to air, you can rewatch seasons 1 and 2 on the streaming service.

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