9-1-1: Lone Star FOX TV Show
Show Important Facts
- Diversity – The cast is notable for its diversity reflecting Austin’s population, including black, Latino and LGBTQ characters.
- Locations – Films on location in Los Angeles then uses visual effects to portray Austin, Texas with iconic landmarks.
- Crossovers – Had special crossover episodes with its sister show 9-1-1 involving emergency events.
- Reception – Earned strong ratings after debuting, averaging around 8 million viewers weekly in its first season.
- Representation – Praised for Owen Strand’s moving storyline about his struggles with lung cancer and PTSD.
- Fun Fact – Ronen Rubinstein who plays T.K. Strand performed his own stunts for the tsunami scenes in season one.
9-1-1: Lone Star
Plot: When almost the entire crew of Fire House 126 in Austin, Texas, is wiped out in a fertilizer storage explosion during a fire, Owen Strand of the NYFD is offered the command of the station to rebuild it with an eye for a more diverse crew than the state is typically known to encourage. Despite his early-stage cancer condition and his son's own serious troubles, Strand decides to accept the post. With his sophistication and his ideals in play, Strand assembles a seemingly motley crew of firefighters to handle the various emergencies in his operating area while living with the idiosyncrasies that go with Texas.
Runtime: 43 min
Genre: Action, Drama, Thriller
Awards: Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. 2 wins & 11 nominations total
Writer: Brad Falchuk, Tim Minear, Ryan Murphy
Actors: Rob Lowe, Ronen Rubinstein, Sierra Aylina McClain
Country: United States
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