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9-1-1: Lone Star

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9-1-1: Lone Star
9-1-1 Lone Star titlecard.jpg
Genre
Created by
Starring
Composer(s)
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10
Production
Executive producer(s)
CinematographyAndrew Strahorn
Running time42–48 minutes
Production company(s)
Distributor20th Television
(Disney Media Distribution)
Release
Original networkFox
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Original releaseJanuary 19, 2020 (2020-01-19) –
present (present)
Chronology
Related shows9-1-1
External links
Official website

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.[2]

Premise

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 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. Series star Rob Lowe serves as co-executive producer.[3]

Cast

Main

  • Rob Lowe as Owen Strand, firefighter captain from New York City, and father to TK. He is diagnosed with lung cancer as a result of being a first responder on 9/11 Twin Tower attacks where 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.[4]
  • Ronen Rubinstein as Tyler Kennedy "TK" Strand, a firefighter/paramedic and Owen's son. He is openly gay and a recovering opioid addict. TK suffered an overdose just prior to his arrival in Austin.[5]
  • Sierra McClain as Grace Ryder, a 9-1-1 operator and Judd's wife.[5]
  • Jim Parrack as Judson "Judd" Ryder, firefighter and Grace's husband, he is the sole survivor of 126's previous team's fire disaster.[6]
  • Natacha Karam as Marjan Marwani, a firefighter/paramedic who is also a devout Muslim.[7]
  • Brian Michael Smith as Paul Strickland, a firefighter who is also a trans man.[7]
  • Rafael Silva as Carlos Reyes, a police officer with the Austin Police Department, who begins a romantic relationship with TK.[7]
  • Julian Works as Mateo Chavez.[7] He is severely dyslexic, and is a DREAM-er who must keep his job or be deported.
  • Gina Torres as Tommy Vega (Season 2), a paramedic captain and mother of eight-year old twins who returns to work after her husband's restaurant has problems with COVID-19.[8]

Recurring

  • Kyle Secor as Deputy Fire Chief Alden Radford: A fire chief who convinces Owen to come to Austin to rebuild Station 126.
  • Brianna Baker as Nancy Gillian: A paramedic who is a member of Michelle Blake's EMS crew.
  • Mark Elias as Tim Rosewater: A paramedic who is also a member of Michelle Blake's EMS crew.
  • Jon Foster as Dustin Shepard: An ex-boyfriend of Michelle Blake's missing sister Iris who Michelle believes is connected to Iris's disappearance.
  • Brett Rice as Wayne Gettinger: 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: 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: 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: A former firefighter for the 126 who plots to take Owen's job as captain of the 126.
  • Tamala Jones as Det. Sarina Washington: the detective investigating Iris's disappearance.
  • Lyndsy Fonseca as Iris Blake: Michelle's missing sister.
  • Lisa Edelstein as Gwyneth (season 2): Owen's ex-wife and TK's mother, who arrives in Austin after her son's hospitalization.[9]

Guest

  • Alex Carter as Captain: The former captain of the 126 who is killed in the explosion.
  • Jesse Luken as Jake Harkes: One of the former members of the 126 who is killed in the explosion.
  • Matt McTighe as Chuck Parkland: One of the former members of the 126 who is killed in the explosion.
  • Graham Shiels as Cory Garrity: One of the former members of the 126 who is killed in the explosion.
  • Angel Parker as Josie: A woman who Paul meets on a call. They date briefly, until she learns he is trans.
  • Barry Corbin as Stuart Ryder: Judd Ryder's father.

Production

Development

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.[3] 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.[2]

Casting

On May 12, 2019, it was announced that Rob Lowe had been cast in the series as lead role.[3] On September 11, 2019, Liv Tyler was announced to star opposite of Lowe.[4] Jim Parrack joined the cast on September 18, 2019.[6] Two days later, Ronen Rubinstein and Sierra McClain were announced to have joined the cast.[5] On September 23, 2019, Natacha Karam, Brian Michael Smith, Rafael Silva, and Julian Works joined the cast.[7] On September 3, 2020, Gina Torres was cast as a series regular for the second season.[8] On September 22, 2020, Liv Tyler departed the show prior to the second season.[10] Two days later, Lisa Edelstein was cast in a recurring role for the second season.[9]

Episodes

No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
1"Pilot"Bradley BueckerRyan Murphy & Brad Falchuk and Tim MinearJanuary 19, 2020 (2020-01-19)1CJW0111.41[11]
An Austin, Texas firefighting company [Ladder Company 126, Engine Company 126, and Emergency Medical Service (EMS) 126] is decimated in a fire accident. Tapped to rebuild the unit is Captain Owen Strand, the only one in the country who has done that, being the sole survivor of his Manhattan fire company that was lost during the 9/11 NYC Twin Towers attacks. Strand is joined by his son. After a routine MRI, Strand learns that he has lung cancer caused by exposure at 9/11 ground zero. He tries to keep it quiet from his son TK. Also, TK reveals to Strand that he is going to propose, only to discover that his boyfriend is in love with someone else. This causes TK to have another drug relapse.
2"Yee-Haw"Bradley BueckerTim Minear & Rashad RaisaniJanuary 20, 2020 (2020-01-20)1CJW025.94[12]
The crew deals with a mercury poisoning attack where Paul's "gift of threat assessment" pinpoints the culprit. A nuisance 9-1-1 call is made involving a neighborhood dispute. And later the crew deals with a gas leak in an apartment complex. EMT captain Michelle answers a personal call for help aiding a young boy with an asthma attack; the grateful family reveals a clue about her sister Iris' disappearance three years prior. She later consults a curandera for advice. Judd and Captain Strand bond over their therapies for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and lung cancer respectively. TK has second thoughts about his affair with Carlos, a cop, when Carlos wants more of a relationship.
3"Texas Proud"Jennifer LynchKristy LowreyJanuary 27, 2020 (2020-01-27)1CJW045.58[13]
The team responds to a man suffocating in corn within a grain silo, TK disobeys orders to save Marjan; videos of the rescue show Marjan after her hijab had fallen off which go viral. Later, at her mosque, she is told to look for another place of worship for being too visible as a firefighter. TK gets into a fight with Judd and instigates a fight at a bar, but in the aftermath makes up with Carlos. At a sirloin eating contest a woman collapses and the EMS team diagnoses her as having hyponatremia, "water intoxication", causing a distended bladder. The team responds to a woman who fell from her seventh-floor balcony while doing yoga. Michelle, disobeying a restraining order, confronts her sister Iris' old boyfriend Dustin, while Owen gets chemotherapy and advice for dealing with his lung cancer; the two later share a bottle of tequila at the bar. Afterwards a drunken Owen assaults Dustin, but the next day Dustin agrees to help Michelle.
4"Act of God"Sharat RajuMolly Green & James LefflerFebruary 3, 2020 (2020-02-03)1CJW036.39[14]
The team members are put on high alert when an EF4 level tornado (with 166–200 mph winds causing devastating damage) rips through Austin. After attending his next chemotherapy, Owen considers telling TK about his diagnosis. Before he can, TK discovers the truth and confronts Owen. Michelle and her mother also find an important clue regarding Iris's disappearance in an old scrapbook.
5"Studs"Bradley BueckerCarly SoterasFebruary 10, 2020 (2020-02-10)1CJW055.73[15]
The team is called to a brawl at a male strip club; Paul helps Josie, who got hit in the eye with stripper glitter. They date where he reveals his gender identity but she cannot deal with that news, so they part ways. TK and Carlos take him out dancing to get over her. Meanwhile, Owen gets chemotherapy and Wayne gives him advice that impotence is a side effect; later Owen meets Zoe, a professor, and cannot get erect during sex, she advises that most erectile dysfunction can be addressed by relaxing that proves to be true. In another incident, Carlos responds to a women's shelter where a misogynist incel protests; a man hit in the head reveals to the paramedics he has CPPD (calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate crystal deposition disease), a condition characterized as extra painful arthritis. En route to the hospital he goes into cardiac arrest needing defibrillation; the treatment reacts with the man's ingested medication causing a toxic vapor which causes the ambulance crew to pass out, and the vehicle to flip. Meanwhile, Grace confronts Judd about his lack of romance; on a following night he makes it up to her. On another call at a cow breeding facility, a disgruntled customer sets a fire to distract from his theft of bull semen.
6"Friends Like These"Marita GrabiakJohn Owen LoweFebruary 17, 2020 (2020-02-17)1CJW066.04[16]
The team responds to a car trapped under a moving truck; the driver requires a field blood transfusion[a] as a trauma doctor cannot get there in time. Judd has Owen join a poker game, Texas hold 'em, where he meets Billy, an unknown nemesis because he was the former captain of the 126 on leave with thyroid cancer when the-then team was decimated. They hit it off, and play golf together, but Billy reports Owen's cancer in a bid to get his job. "Probie" Mateo is "severely dyslexic", and is on his last try to pass the Fire Department Academy test; the Americans with Disabilities Act mandates they offer to do it orally. Marjan is tasked with helping him study and the team helps, Mateo passes. On a call, the team encounters a bloody dog who leads them to a man crushed by his swather harvester. On another call Grace helps an older man with a flu who ingested a cloud of cremains while disposing of a friend's ashes.
7"Bum Steer"John J. GrayJill SnyderFebruary 24, 2020 (2020-02-24)1CJW075.65[17]
The team responds to a used car lot event where a bull got caught in the side of a vehicle and needs the hydraulic jaws-of-life. Owen trains for his Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) but it looks doubtful he will succeed. Later, Grace reminds Judd that Owen helped him so he should assist in dealing with Billy and the CPAT. Judd confronts Owen for letting his ego make the CPAT wager. Later Owen and Billy play golf in a storm and Billy is electrocuted by a lightning strike. Owen carries him to safety, saving his life, which the Deputy Chief counts as the CPAT challenge met. Michelle follows up on her younger sister Iris' disappearance with Detective Washington. On another call, a handyman's epileptic seizure is mistaken for electrocution.
8"Monster Inside"Gwyneth Horder-PaytonTonya KongMarch 2, 2020 (2020-03-02)1CJW085.61[18]
The team responds to a rattlesnake home infestation requiring them to use a fire extinguisher with CO2 to repel the reptiles. Carlos helps Michelle follow up on a lead to Iris' disappearance. In the car wreckage they find a cell phone of hers revealing a history of paranoia-induced 9-1-1 calls showing signs of schizophrenia. Owen gets good news about his cancer while learning that his experimental immunotherapy drug was tested on dogs, some who were abandoned. He adopts Buttercup, a Bernese Mountain Dog who has the same kind of lung cancer, as the 126's new semi-destructive mascot. On a call to help a non-responsive woman, the team realizes she has been dead for days and her adult son needs mental health care. Grace has a call from a man with dementia who broke into his former home scaring the current armed older couple who hide in a bedroom; When the crew arrive, the elderly man has a heart attack and their young grandson shoots TK by mistake when they break into the room to help.
9"Awakening"David GrossmanRashad RaisaniMarch 9, 2020 (2020-03-09)1CJW095.38[19]
At a gender reveal party a man tending the grill is set afire by the cloud of powder; the stress of the ordeal sends the pregnant woman into premature labor. At the hospital TK awakens from his gun shot wounds; in recovering his tries to find meaning in his life. A man spelunking with his son gets trapped upside-down; they ease him out and lift him from the 80-foot cave. Judd’s father is having difficulty living on his own so he and Grace try to help; later his father severely cuts himself falling on a glass-topped table. A young boy gets a toy car stuck up his nose but refuses to go to the hospital, Paul intervenes to get the toy out; later the team returns as his curious father got the same toy stuck up his nose.
10"Austin, We Have a Problem"Bradley BueckerRashad Raisani & Tim MinearMarch 9, 2020 (2020-03-09)1CJW105.38[19]
Chaos ensues in Austin when a solar storm causes the electricity and power equipment to malfunction. The 126 team has to rescue the passengers of a light aircraft caught in the lines of high voltage electric towers while transporting a sick man for a liver transplant. During an outing with Carlos, TK questions his relationship with him after Carlos begins asking. When the malfunctioning traffic lights cause several accidents, they rush to help people before the 126 arrives. In the homeless camp, Michelle discovers that her lost sister is alive and living there. Michelle and her mother try to get her back home but she chooses to stay at the camp, despite her schizophrenia. With the lines scrambled, Grace gets a call from the damaged ISS, and manages to connect its last astronaut, dying from radiation poisoning, with his family to say goodbye. Back at the park, TK confesses his addiction to the rest of the team and that he's realized he wants to be a firefighter after all. Later, he also reconcilies with Carlos.

Reception

Critical response

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".[20] On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 69 out of 100, based on six critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[21]

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.[22]

Ratings

Viewership and ratings per episode of 9-1-1: Lone Star
No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Pilot" January 19, 2020 3.1/15 11.41[11] 0.7 3.13 3.8 14.56[23]
2 "Yee-Haw" January 20, 2020 1.0/5 5.94[12] 0.6 2.57 1.6 8.51[24]
3 "Texas Proud" January 27, 2020 1.0/5 5.58[13] 0.6 2.85 1.6 8.43[25]
4 "Act of God" February 3, 2020 1.3/6 6.39[14] 0.7 2.84 2.0 9.23[26]
5 "Studs" February 10, 2020 1.0/5 5.73[15] 0.6 2.76 1.6 8.49[27]
6 "Friends Like These" February 17, 2020 1.0/5 6.04[16] 0.4 2.33 1.4 8.38[28]
7 "Bum Steer" February 24, 2020 0.9/4 5.65[17] 0.6 2.78 1.5 8.43[29]
8 "Monster Inside" March 2, 2020 0.9/4 5.61[18] 0.7 2.92 1.6 8.53[30]
9 "Awakening" March 9, 2020 0.9/4 5.38[19] 0.6 2.97 1.5 8.35[31]
10 "Austin, We Have a Problem" March 9, 2020 0.9/4 5.38[19] 0.6 2.97 1.5 8.35[31]

Notes

  1. ^ A field procedure is one done out in the open rather than in a hospital.

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