A New York firefighter relocates to Austin, Texas with his son, where he works to save people's lives while trying to solve his own personal problems.
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Monday, May 24

Owen and the members of the 126 race into action when a massive dust storm engulfs Austin.


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Monday, May 17

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Series cast summary:
Rob Lowe ...  Owen Strand 25 episodes, 2020-2022
Ronen Rubinstein ...  T.K. Strand 25 episodes, 2020-2022
Sierra Aylina McClain ...  Grace Ryder 25 episodes, 2020-2022
Jim Parrack ...  Judd Ryder 25 episodes, 2020-2022
Natacha Karam ...  Marjan Marwani 25 episodes, 2020-2022
Brian Michael Smith ...  Paul Strickland 25 episodes, 2020-2022
Rafael L. Silva ...  Carlos Reyes 25 episodes, 2020-2022
Julian Works ...  Mateo Chavez 25 episodes, 2020-2022
Brianna Baker ...  Nancy Gillian 21 episodes, 2020-2022
Gina Torres ...  Tommy Vega 15 episodes, 2021-2022
Mark Elias ...  Tim Rosewater 13 episodes, 2020-2021
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Storyline

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. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol1970@gmail.com)

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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TV-14 | See all certifications »

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Trivia

Jon Foster who portrays Dustin Shepard, Michelle Blake's (portrayed by Liv Tyler) lost sister's boyfriend, is Liv Tyler's real life brother-in-law. See more »

Goofs

Several times Captains park in front of the overhead doors, blocking the trucks from exiting. No firefighter would ever block the path of the equipment coming out of the station. See more »

Connections

Spoofed in Lights Out with David Spade: Episode #1.79 (2020) See more »

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Not the greatest start....
20 January 2020 | by jasiegirlSee all my reviews

I feel like I have to write a review of 9-1-1: Lonestar because I've been a HUGE fan of the original 9-1-1 since the beginning. I don't think that Lonestar is complete garbage like some users are saying. But with it being a spin-off, I find that I can't help but compare it to the original. Lonestar just doesn't have the same feel and draw like the original. It didn't start off with a bang and suck you in like the original 9-1-1 did. The characters feel stiff and out of place, and don't have the same chemistry as the original 9-1-1 characters. Also, it is very blatantly PC, and I'm getting tired of that being shoved down our throats on TV shows.

I'll continue watching a couple more episodes to see if it gets better, but so far, it pales in comparison to the original.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 January 2020 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

9-1-1: Lone Star See more »

Filming Locations:

Austin, Texas, USA See more »

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16:9 HD
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