Season 4: Lone Star’s Fate Revealed


9-1-1: Lone Star Fox announced Monday that it will be returning for a fourth season during its upfront presentation to advertisers. Fox didn’t announce a renewal for original season, which was surprising considering the circumstances. 9-1-1 Series, as well its long-running medical drama The Resident. 9-1-1: Lone Star features Rob Lowe and Gina Torres.

“We are in good-faith negotiations [on 9-1-1 and The Resident],” Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier told reporters Monday, reports Deadline. “Based on the long history with 20th Television, I think we are in pretty good shape. We adore [co-creator and EP] Ryan [Murphy] and are so pleased that Lone Star is locked and loaded.”

The weekend will be Deadline According to Fox, Fox wanted to announce Season 6 renewals of both Fox and NBC. 9-1-1 The ResidentThe upfront presentation was scheduled for Monday, but the plan did not work out as planned. Both shows’ renewal talks are now more complex than in the past, as 20th Television is not under the same corporate umbrella of Fox. Fox executives also prioritized renewal of bubble shows, over no-brainers like 9-1-1 And The Resident.

Sources Deadline Saturday evening “all signs”Many people believed that Fox and 20th Television, owned now by Disney, would make a deal to produce the two dramas. But, these efforts didn’t succeed. Both sides are still “not far apart on financial terms”The deals should close quickly 9-1-1 Since its debut, has been Fox’s most-watched animated series. The Resident A steady performer, too.

9-1-1: Lone StarIt wrapped up its third season on Monday night. Lowe plays Owen Strand, an ex-firefighter captain from New York City who is related to Austin. Torres was cast as Tommy Vega in Season 2. Lone Star also stars Ronen Rubinstein and Sierra McClain as well as Natacha Karam (Brian Michael Smith), Natacha Karm, Natacha Khan, Brian Michael Smith, Rafael L. Silva (Julian Works), Brianna Baker, Kelsey Yates and Skyler Yates.

Fox holds high hopes for the future 9-1-1It considers this the crown jewel of its scripted slate. Michael Thorn, Fox Entertainment President of Entertainment, said VarietyThe franchise is “one of the gold standards in all of television.”

“So far, it feels like this franchise can go the distance like a [Grey’s Anatomy] or a Law & Order or something in that wheelhouse,”Thorn stated. “That’s our hope and belief in what this team has done with these shows.”Thorn claimed that the network would “love”Another 9-1-1 “when the time is right.”

But, it wouldn’t be possible to have them all. 9-1-1 If a third show is made, it will air on the same night. Fox airs only two hours of primetime national programming every night. “Could a potential third series be the bridge in the beginning? Or is it paired with either 9-1-1 or Lone Star?”Thorn told Variety. “All of these opportunities are things we’re discussing.”