9-1-1: Lone Star: Season 1 (2020)

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9-1-1: Lone Star

Critics Consensus

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.

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Critic Ratings: 13

51%

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User Ratings: 247

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Air date: Jan 19, 2020

Firefighter Owen Strand leaves New York to move to Austin, Texas, with his son to help rebuild a firehouse after a tragedy.

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Air date: Jan 19, 2020

Firefighter Owen Strand leaves New York to move to Austin, Texas, with his son to help rebuild a firehouse after a tragedy; the crew faces a mercury poisoning outbreak and a wave pool disaster.

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Air date: Jan 20, 2020

The crew faces a mercury poisoning outbreak and a wave pool disaster; Owen must come to terms with his illness; Michelle follows a new lead on her missing sister; TK is unsure how to handle his budding relationship with Carlos.

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Air date: Jan 27, 2020

Judd calls out Owen's preferential treatment of T.K.; Marjan feels ostracized at her new mosque after another rescue video goes viral; Owen helps Michelle uncover new information about her sister's disappearance.

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Air date: Feb 3, 2020

A massive tornado sweeps through Austin, as Owen, Michelle and their teams race to save those in its path.

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Air date: Feb 10, 2020

Owen and the crew race to a brawl at a male strip club, a fire at a bull semen factory and a protest where male toxicity is taken to a new level; Paul tentatively goes out on a first date; Grace tries to reconnect with Judd.

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Air date: Feb 17, 2020

A ride-share trip goes awry; a farming accident; a memorial service takes a turn for the worse; Owen unexpectedly bonds with the former captain; Marjan and the crew help Mateo try to pass his written exams.

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Air date: Feb 24, 2020

Owen and the team race to deal with a runaway bull at a used car lot and an apparent electrocution; Owen is determined to prove he is physically fit for the job while undergoing chemotherapy; Michelle gets a lead on her missing sister.

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Air date: Mar 2, 2020

Owen, Michelle and the 126 crew race to a rattlesnake infestation at a young family's home; Owen adopts a firehouse dog with cancer; Michelle finally learns the truth behind her sister's disappearance; a tragic accident shakes the team to its core.

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Air date: Mar 9, 2020

Owen and the crew race to a gender reveal party gone horribly wrong; a father and son get trapped in a cave during a spelunking excursion; Owen helps T.K. reconcile the past; Judd and Grace aid Judd's aging father.

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Cast & Crew

Rob Lowe
Owen Strand

Actor
Liv Tyler
Michelle Blake

Actor
Ronen Rubinstein
T.K. Strand

Actor
Sierra McClain
Grace Ryder

Actor
Jim Parrack
Judd Ryder

Actor
Natacha Karam
Marjan Marwani

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Brian Michael Smith
Paul Strickland

Actor
Rafael Silva
Carlos Reyes

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Julian Works
Mateo Chavez

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Barry Corbin
Stuart Ryder

Guest Star
Billy Burke
Billy

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Ryan Murphy
Executive Producer
Brad Falchuk
Executive Producer
Tim Minear
Executive Producer
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News & Interviews for 9-1-1: Lone Star: Season 1

Critic Reviews for 9-1-1: Lone Star: Season 1

Audience Reviews for 9-1-1: Lone Star: Season 1

  • Nov 06, 2021
    Great spin off from the main show! It's more diverse than the original and the main characters are written really well. Sure, it's portrayal of Austin may not be accurate but if you can get past that, season 2 is alot better
  • May 20, 2021
    I found the first season quite enjoyable (considering it is basically a procedural drama), also I like how the LGBT characters are portrayed without making their being LGBT their only personality trait
  • Apr 26, 2021
    As a person who moved to Texas almost a decade ago, and spent a year living in the Austin area. This show is wack! It's like a continuous joke making fun of Texas... And don't get me started on how little they actually try to make it believable! One episode has 2 of the cast working on a 2012 or newer Ford rv... And she says "told you it was the carburetor." There hasn't been a vehicle made in the past 20 years that has a carburetor! And a woman stung by bees and she instantly starts to recover from anaphylactic shock... LOL It's ridiculous! 😂 😂 😂
  • Apr 16, 2021
    I cannot get enough of this show. Very gripping. Ignore all these bad reviews just go watch it.
  • Apr 12, 2021
    Um excuse me? This show is great! I'd say it's as good as the original. Ignore the bad reviews here just go watch it.
  • Mar 05, 2021
    Eh not really seeing the chemistry from these actors as much as the original. I like how Diverse it is though. The plot is not that good, or make sense sometimes
  • Mar 02, 2021
    So, in central Texas. They hire a fireman from NY who has lung cancer from 9/11 and whose son is gay, depressed and suicidal. He can't find fireman from Texas, you know, such a small state, and hires rejects from around the country. This season they fight a volcano in south Austin and a fire in the mountains around San Angelo. Check a geography book… I know, the potential is there, and the mountains may grow. Worst of all, at all of the disasters, HEB isn't there. Obviously, written by LA folks who have no clue about Texas. Sadly, the real AFD is great.
  • Feb 08, 2021
    First off most of the negative reviews are either homophobes or are picky about scenery. Doing too much. For me the show is amazing. The cast is spot on. So much diversity on all grounds. It was refreshing seeing actual gay/trans actors playing those characters because usually their played by straight actors. I love the characters dynamics and the action packed episodes. Leaves me on the edge of my seat. I can not wait for tonight's episode! Thank you for making this show. One of the main things I look forward to in 2021.
  • Feb 01, 2021
    The medical inaccuracies and horrible acting ruin this show, some of the things they do are so horribly wrong they would get real responders fired and barred from service, this should not be representing first responders.
  • Jan 31, 2021
    It's different from the original but still highly engaging. Diverse casting.

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