‘9-1-1’ Renewed for Season 6 at Fox (UPDATED)

“9-1-1” has finally been renewed for a sixth season by Fox after a sluggish start to the broadcast network’s Monday upfront presentation.

Angela Bassett plays Field Sergeant Athena Grant in the Ryan Murphy-produced first-responder drama “9-1-1.” Peter Krause plays Captain Bobby Nash, Jennifer Love Hewitt plays Maddie Kendall, Oliver Stark plays Evan “Buck” Buckley, Aisha Hinds plays Hen Wilson, Kenneth Choi plays Chimney Han and Ryan Guzman plays Eddie Diaz.

Station 118 of the Los Angeles Fire Department, as well as those in the 9-1-1 call centre and LAPD field sergeants like Bassett’s Athena Grant, are featured in “9-1-1.”

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During the first week of January 2020, “9-1-1: Lone Star,” starring Rob Lowe as Capt. Owen Strand, the head firefighter of Austin, Texas’ Station 126, premiered on Fox. Before the decision was made on the parent series, that show had already been renewed for a fourth season.

Besides Gina Torres as Tommy Vega, Ronen Rubinstein as T.K. Strand, Sierra McClain as Grace Ryder, and Jim Parrack as Judd Ryder, “9-1-1: Lone Star” also features Natacha Karam as Marjan Martani, Brian Michael Smith as Paul Strickland, Rafael Silva as Carlos Reyes, and Julian Work as Mateo Chavez.

 

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Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Tim Minear serve as executive producers for “9-1-1.” Minear and Kristen Reidel are the series’ co-showrunners. Bradley Buecker, Alexis Martin Woodall, Bassett, Krause, John J. Gray, and Juan Carlos Coto are also executive producers.

“9-1-1: Lone Star” is also co-created by Murphy, Falchuk, and Minear, who co-runs the show with Rashad Raisani. Buecker, Woodall, Gray, Bassett, and Lowe all served as executive producers on the film.

Ryan Murphy Television and Brad Falchuk Teley-Vision collaborated on both shows, which were produced by 20th Television and 20th Television Productions. Season 6 of “9-1-1” was never in doubt, however negotiations with the actors over contracts were put on hold because it was a negotiation year for the cast.

Due to a longer than expected delay in completing the renewals of “9-1-1” and “The Resident,” Fox did not unveil its fall schedule on Monday ahead of its upfronts presentation, which is set to contain both programs. For more updates do follow us only on leedaily.com

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