Once in a while, you’ll hear some die-hard fans proclaim that the spin-off of their favorite show is better than the original.
Considering that this American procedural by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Tim Minear arrived not too long after 9/11, making a choice may be less difficult.
This version, set in Austin, Texas, and focusing on the efforts of fire, police, and ambulance crews, premiered to rave reviews in 2020.
After three seasons, it’s clear that there’s still a lot of want for more. And even more. Is season 4 of 911: Lone Star set in stone?
Who will be in the cast of 9-1-1: Lone Star season 4?
Right now, we’re guessing the 9-1-1: Lone Star season 4 cast will include:
- Rob Lowe as Owen Strand
- Gina Torres as Tommy Vega
- Ronen Rubinstein as Tyler Kennedy “TK” Strand
- Rafael Silva as Carlos Reyes
- 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
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911 Lone Star Season 4 Release Date
The arrival of summer brings with it the bittersweet realization that it will be a while before our favorite television shows return for a new season. As a result of Fox’s announcement, viewers of the blockbuster drama series 9-1-1 now know when to expect the sixth season.
Variety has reported that the major network has unveiled its full lineup for the upcoming television season, and fans can breathe a sigh of relief as 9-1-1 will retain its Monday night slot.
After the season 5 finale airs on September 19 at 8 p.m. ET, viewers will finally have some answers to their many questions.
Particularly, the current condition of Buck (Oliver Stark) and Taylor (Megan West), as well as Maddie’s (Jennifer Love Hewitt) and Chimney’s (Kenneth Choi) romantic relationship now that she has returned to the office.
1-9-1: A Recap of Episode 1 of Season 3 of Lone Star
Art imitates life, as stated in the pilot episode of season 3 of Lone Star, “9-1-1.” A half foot of snow, deadly ice rain, burst pipes, and a statewide blackout hit Austin, Texas in February of 2021.
A week later, Bat City saw 80-degree weather, and no one would have guessed that a week earlier, the city was in the midst of a weather emergency. In a few more episodes, hopefully, Lone Star will get the same treatment.
When Owen Strand assaulted Deputy Chief Billy Tyson in May, the investigation led to an interview with Tyson. Billy was depicted as attempting to steal 126 from him.
Although Owen wanted to get to the bottom of the firehouse’s economic problems as soon as possible, he was concerned about the 126 staff and needed more time.
The new firehouse they were assigned to was a decrepit for-profit establishment. They were criticized for not nickel-and-diming patients as they were being transported. Instead of getting some rest before his 24-hour shift, Judd was busy painting the baby’s room.
Owen was hunkering down in his cabin for the winter as Sadie and Carlos were having a chat outside about her shenanigans. Each was hoping to escape their regular lives after going through a divorce, and they found each other.
As a backup, Officer Carlos entered the store, but he was too late; the culprit had already fled. There were two homeless military veterans who broke in.
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911 Lone Star Season 4 Trailer
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