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9-1-1: Lone Star Season 2 release date, cast, synopsis, trailer and more

Everything you need to know about 9-1-1: Lone Star Season 2

Station 126 is gearing up for a brand-new season of unpredictable emergencies and ripped-from-the-headlines realities on 9-1-1: Lone Star Season 2. In a few short months, we’ll be reunited with the crew, but the latest season won’t be without its changes, both in the world of the series and the world in general.

The Fox hit drama series, a spin-off of the network’s mainstay 9-1-1, stars Rob Lowe as firefighter captain Owen Strand as he moves from New York City to Austin, Texas with his son for a fresh start. Once again, new beginnings will emerge in Season 2 as a lead character leaves Austin and unforeseen circumstances alter everything.

For more details on the Season 2 release date, cast, synopsis, and more, continue reading to learn everything you need to know about the upcoming new episodes!

9-1-1: Lone Star Season 2 release date

While no official premiere date for the second season has been announced, the estimated release should bring us right around early 2021. Filming began in October, a much more delayed start on production than normal, though the show’s airdate shouldn’t see a drastic setback. The first season debuted in January 2020, and the second season should follow suit somewhere between winter and spring 2021.

9-1-1: Lone Star Season 2 cast

Unfortunately, when 9-1-1: Lone Star returns, the hit Fox series will be down one co-lead. Ahead of production on Season 2, Liv Tyler exited the series as paramedic captain Michelle Blake due to concerns with traveling to Los Angeles from her residence in London. Gina Torres has joined the cast in the series regular role of Tommy Vega, who fills in for Michelle and returns to her work as a paramedic when her husband’s restaurant suffers during the pandemic.

Meanwhile, Rob Lowe and the rest of the main cast will be back in their roles (and the door will remain open for Tyler to come back in the future), but there are also some intriguing new recurring players making their way to Texas. Derek Webster has been cast as Tommy’s husband Charles, and Lisa Edelstein will recur as Gwyneth, Owen’s ex-wife and TK’s (Ronen Rubinstein) mother.

9-1-1: Lone Star Season 2 synopsis

Apart from picking up the pieces from the Season 1 finale, the second season will have to handle the departure of Michelle Blake and the introduction of Tommy Vega. The change could result in a ripple effect throughout the team of first responders as the dynamic shifts. Also, the sudden arrival of Owen’s ex-wife and TK’s mother will without a doubt create conflict for both Owen and TK in unexpected ways.

Right now, it’s unclear how much of the season’s narrative will revolve around accurately representing the global health crisis, but it’s confirmed to play a large part for the Station 126 team. Of course, Season 2 also finds everyone’s favorite couple, TK and Carlos (Rafael Silva), reconciled and together. Their relationship will surely endure new bumps in the road, especially with Gwyneth coming to town.

9-1-1: Lone Star Season 2 trailer

The trailer for Season 2 has not been released yet since the episodes have just started filming. Expect to catch a first look of the new season from Fox as the premiere date draws nearer. We’ll share sneak peeks and clips of Season 2 as soon as they become available.

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We’ll let you know more about Season 2 when further information becomes available as filming continues to get underway. Stay tuned for more information about the new season of the Fox hit drama series. What are you hoping to see from the new episodes? Share your thoughts, hopes, and predictions in the comments!

9-1-1-: Lone Star returns for Season 2 in 2021 on Fox.