Gina Torres has a lot to say about Tommy Vegas, and we’re loving every second of it!
In a recent post to the show’s Twitter, 9-1-1: Lone Star actress, Gina, Torres, talks about her character’s best moments in Season 3. The caption read: “Can’t wait to see what Season 3 has in store for our Tommy!” Neither can we.
Fans of the hit drama series showed their admiration for the show and Torres in the comments. One fan even referred to the actress as royalty. “Our queen. We can’t wait either.”
In the video, Torres discusses her character, her time on the show, and what’s to look forward to in the upcoming season. Also, we think we can all agree that the star looks truly stunning in this video. She definitely pulls off that champagne-colored romper. It would take way too long to compliment her make-up and hairstyle.
“If you thought you were a fan before, we really come out of the box on this one,” says Torres.
The actress discusses how she first appeared on the show in Season two and all the action that went into the series. “Fighting for our lives, that was an incredible time.”
Torres goes on to talk about Tommy’s personal life. The video proudly calls her a “Mom Boss.” “To see how the job was affecting her family; the strain that it put on her marriage. How she was able to relate to her children and sometimes not was true to life.”
She then goes on to discuss overcoming tragedy in the series before expressing her excitement for Tommy’s future in the upcoming season. Aren’t we all?
What to Expect from Gina Torres in Season 3
With 9-1-1: Lonestar left its characters in the Season 2 finale, we think it goes without question that we all have questions. Like Torres, we’re counting down the days until the Season 3 premiere.
When we last left Tommy, viewers were left contemplating her true motivation for assisting Austin residents. This was because she was still reeling from Charles’s (Derek Webster)’s an unexpected death. She is also dealing with the stress of what will happen to the team if they were to disband. With everything else that went down in the finale, it was enough for Owen (Rob Lowe) to snap and lash out at the new deputy fire chief.
Unlike 9-1-1, who went on a brief hiatus late last year, 9-1-1: Lonestar was put on pause midseason. Afterward, when NFL football ends, the two shows are likely to resume their back-to-back Monday night schedule. Stay tuned, Outsiders!