After three months of no episodes, the 118 is back. 9-1-1 Season 3, Episode 11 airs tonight and here’s how to make sure you don’t miss a beat live.
We’ve gone three months without seeing the 118 on our screens. While Austin’s 126 has certainly helped fill the void, we’ve missed our original team. It’s time to get them back. 9-1-1 Season 3, Episode 11 airs tonight, and here’s how to watch the episode live.
What can we expect in the new episode? Will we get to see the callout involving the boy trapped in the drain? Eddie will attempt a miraculous save and, if you’re anything like me, you need to see how that ends. I have a feeling that isn’t going to happen until next Monday. I get the sense we’ll either get introduced to it right at the end of this episode or it’s going to be the big call of Episode 12.
Instead, this episode involves the 118 responding to someone’s skydiving trip gone wrong and a bank rep injured while trying to repossess a house. Oh, and a lovestruck assistant’s lunch run ends in some sort of disaster. The details aren’t clear, but I’m sure we can expect some crazy moments that show just how amazing our first responders have to be.
Of course, one of the big storylines of 9-1-1 Season 3, Episode 11 is going to focus on Michael. At the end of the winter finale, he told Bobby that he has a brain tumor. He couldn’t tell Athena and his children just yet, wanting them to have a good Christmas. Well, Christmas is over. We’re picking up the story months later, and it’s time for everyone to find out the truth.
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Check out the promo and synopsis for 9-1-1 Season 3, Episode 11:
The 118 responds to a skydiving trip gone wrong; a bank rep is injured in a home repossession; a lovestruck assistant’s lunch run ends in disaster; Athena and the family come to terms with Michael’s difficult health decision.
Don’t miss out on the all-new episode of 9-1-1. You can catch up on Hulu but you can also watch live with the following details: