According to Variety, FOX has finally renewed 9-1-1 for a sixth season. The 9-1-1 series follows members of Los Angeles'' Station 118 fire department, along with the 9-1-1 call center, and the Los Angeles Police Department. Often exploring bizarre and extreme situations, the show features producer Ryan Murphy''s unique flair for drama.
The 9-1-1 series was inspired by Murphy, along with his long-time creative partner Brad Falchuk and Tim Minear. Minear also serves as a co-showrunner on the series, including Bradley Buecker, Krause, John J. Gray, and Juan Carlos Coto.
Capt. Bobby Nash, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Maddie Kendall join cast as Evan Buck Buckley, Kenneth Choi, Chimney Han, Corinne Massiah, and Harry Grant play Jon Reis, and Gavin McHugh join cast as Christopher Diaz.
FOX also announced a Texas-based spin-off of the series 9-1-1: Lone Star, which stars Rob Lowe. Gina Torres and Vanessa Rubinstein will play T.K. Strand, and Sierra McClain will play Grace Ryder for the fourth season. 9-1-1: Lone Star is also starring in Buecker, Woodall, Gray, and Lowe. Both episodes are produced by Murphy, Falchuk, and Minear. Both versions of the series are from 20th Television in
Both iterations of the 9-1-1 series have been solid over the years, bringing the network the consistent audience that comes along with the procedural series. 9-1-1 has held consistently good ratings and has received a generally positive critical response throughout its five-season run. However, no further details have yet been released about the fourth and sixth seasons of the 9-1-1 series. It appears that there will be no shortage of delays for us to watch next season.
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