Fans of 9-1-1 are content. Why, you ask? Their favorite programs are coming back for their respective upcoming seasons. After a number of delays, 9-1-1 finally decides to return for a sixth season, and we are, to put it mildly, grateful that it is.
The Resident and 9-1-1 both had their renewal news released at the same time. Both of the shows, which are presently in their fifth seasons, will continue after Fox started the presentation at 4 PM ET.
Alongside 9-1-1, which starred Rob Lowe as Capt., 9-1-1: Lone Stars debuted in January 2020. A fourth season has also been given to Owen Strand.
Fox extends 9-1-1 for a sixth season
The Ryan Murphy-produced drama 9-1-1 features a number of well-known actors, including Angella Bassett as Athena Grant. The characters in the story are those who reside in Station 118, which is part of the Los Angeles Fire Department. Along with the Los Angeles Police Department, it also chronicles the lives of those who work in the 9-1-1 call center.
A few hours after the revelation that the spinoff had been renewed for a fourth season, word of the 9-1-1 renewal spread. Lone Star was the 9-1-1 that Rob Low led.
With Angela Bassett playing Athena Grant, Marcanthonee Jon Reis playing Harry, Aisha Hinds playing Hen Wilson, Ryan Guzman playing Eddie Diaz, Jennifer Love Hewitt playing Maddie Buckley, Peter Kraus playing Bobby Nash, Corinne Massiah playing May Grant, Kenneth Choi playing Chimney, Gavin McHugh playing Christopher Diaz, and Oliver Stark playing Evan “Buck” Buckley, the show also stars.
Lowe, 9-1-1: Lone stars as Judd Ryder, with Carlos Reyes played by Rafael Silva, Capt. Tommy Vega by Gina Torres, T.K. Strand by Ronen Rubinstein, Marjan Marwani by Natacha Karam, Grace Ryder by Sierra McClain, Mateo Chavez by Julian Works, and Paul Strickland by Brian Michael Smith.
Tim Minear and Brad Falchuk are the show’s executive producers. Kristen Reidel is the co-showrunner with Minear. The other executive producers are Krause, Bradley Buecker, John J. Gray, Juan Carlos Coto, Alexis Martin Woodall, and Bassett.
On Monday, Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier stated, “We are in good-faith discussions [on 9-1-1 and The Resident].”
We are in good situation, in my opinion, given the long relationship we have had with 20th Television. He continued, “We admire [co-creator/EP] Ryan [Murphy] and are overjoyed that Lone Star is locked and loaded.
The news that their favorite show has been renewed has thrilled the audience. They used Twitter to share the good news.
The Cleaning Lady Season 2, Hell’s Kitchen Season 21, Bob’s Burgers Season 12, Housebroken Season 2, Call Me Kat Season 3, Welcome to Flatch Season 2, Family Guy Season 20, The Great North Season 3, Masked Singer Season 8, The Big Leap, The Simpsons Season 34, Pivoting, and Our Kind of People were among the other shows that received renewal announcements in addition to 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lone Star.
The two top Fox programs on Monday and Tuesday are 9-1-1 and The Resident, which are also the most popular on those days. Police officers, firefighters, and dispatchers are all followed in 9-1-1.
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