‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ Crew Is All Smiles in New Photo

by Joe Rutland
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If you have been waiting for some 9-1-1: Lone Star news, then we’ve got you covered, Outsiders, with a new photo on Saturday.

The show’s Twitter account sent out a photo of two cast members.

Well, Outsiders, the cast and crew are getting ready to have their new season begin.

Episodes of 9-1-1: Lone Star will start running on Jan. 3 on FOX. It will be the 9-1-1 spin-off’s third season.

Rob Lowe stars as Owen Strand. Others in the cast include Ronen Rubenstein, Sierra McClain, Jim Parrack, Brian Mitchell Smith, and Gina Torres.

‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ Show Creator Reveals That Couple Will Go Through Some Tests

One of the show’s core storylines involves Carlos and T.K.

In case you didn’t know, Carlos, played by Rafael Silva, moves in with T.K., played by Rubenstein.

This takes place because Carlos’ house catches fire and is burned down.

With this change in their living status, what will the future hold for this 9-1-1: Lone Star couple?

Tim Minear, who is the showrunner for 9-1-1: Lone Star, said they might have other issues to sort through way before an idea of a proposal arrives.

“I don’t know if there will be a proposal next season,” Minear says in an interview with The Observer. “I’m not saying there will be; I’m not saying there won’t be.”

So, Outsiders, it will behoove you to stay tuned.

Cast Members McClain, Parrack Talk About Playing Couple On Show

Another couple that draws attention to their plight is Grace and Judd, played by Sierra McClain and Jim Parrack.

They talked about it in an interview with TV Insider.

With this episode, McClain didn’t know much about her character’s past. That all changed with this episode.

McClain said that she didn’t know much about the couple.

“The only real background I knew was in the very first episode where Judd and Grace talk about what Judd had to do to get her: build a pool deck for her father,” the 9-1-1: Lone Star actress said. “This was a lot to take in in an hour’s worth. I was pleasantly surprised though. When Jim kind of gave me the rundown before I got the full draft, I wondered, ‘Oh my gosh, what are we about to get ourselves into?'”

As far as Parrack was concerned, he agreed with his co-star’s view.

He also appreciated that the romance didn’t get a stereotype of work.

“I was really, really impressed with what Tim Minear did with the script in that he had the voice of the franchise, our 9-1-1 operator, already at a phone somewhere,” Parrack said. “That was totally indicative of who she already was as a human being.”

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