‘9-1-1’ Brings the House Down in Tense Teaser for Upcoming Episode

by Joe Rutland
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It’s going to be another exciting episode of 9-1-1 coming up on FOX on Monday night. Heck, it might even bring the house down, too.

The FOX show released a teaser in advance of Monday’s show.

Let’s take a look at it, Outsiders.

In the short teaser for Monday’s show, you can see stars Peter Krause and Angela Bassett. They play Bobby Nash and Athena Grant-Nash.

This episode airs on Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Central.

Now for fans of 9-1-1, this is the last show before Season 5 kicks off next Monday, Nov. 22.

‘9-1-1’ Executive Producer, Star Talks About Her Favorite Part of Working On Show

Angela Bassett has definitely had quite a successful career before joining 9-1-1.

With that being said, what is her favorite part of the job on the FOX show?

Actress Angela Bassett revealed the best part of working on 9-1-1.

She talks about it in an interview with Assignment X.

It’s “always the acting,” Bassett says. “Showing up every day, my castmates, the crew, interesting stories, very interesting stories, and scenarios to try to bring life to, and hope that they’re interesting.”

Bassett also had worked with producers Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuck, and Tim Minear. It was when they all were working on American Horror Story for four seasons with the trio.

In another interview with Deadline, Bassett said that those characters were “always very intriguing, very different from something I had done before.

Now, she’s getting to not only act but be involved in the overall creative part of 9-1-1.

Krause Spent Time With NYC Fire Captain To Learn More About His Role

Krause spent time with a New York City fire captain ahead of joining 9-1-1.

When he took on that role, Krause knew it was an important one.

He said, “The hours that they have to keep, the number of hours they have to be awake and do what they have to do, it’s a difficult job.”

Of course, there is a lot of importance behind accurately portraying reality. It’s the reality of what these first responders face every day.

Then, that gets shared by cast members on 9-1-1.

Krause tells the Hollywood Reporter, “Any time we’re experiencing difficulty onset, all of us always remind each other that this isn’t the real deal. Even though this is a difficult acting job, this doesn’t even come close.”

9-1-1 continues to be the Monday night lead-in to FOX’s Monday night lineup.

The show will start its fifth season in a week.

Its spin-off, 9-1-1: Lone Star, with Rob Lowe as lead actor, also will show up on the network soon, too.

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