‘9-1-1: Lone Star’: Is Ronen Rubinstein Leaving the Show?

by Anna Dunn
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Fans of 9-1-1: Lone Star are wondering if T.K Strand actor Ronen Rubinstein is leaving the show. Fans are definitely worried about T.K strand after the last episode. T.K was left in a very precarious spot right as the episode drew to a close.

Since 9-1-1: Lone Star is taking a week off, we’ll have plenty of time to worry. So, how likely is it actually that fans will have to say goodbye to T.K strand? And is there any indication Rubinstein wants to leave the series?

It would be a huge risk to get rid of T.K Strand. He’s a huge part of the show and fans love him. T.K is arguably a driving force for a lot of different stories, and he’d be seriously missed by fans. So it’s unlikely we’re going to have to say goodbye to T.K strand. That’s unless actor Ronen Rubinsetien really wanted to part ways with the show.

T.K has been through so much, and now with everything with Carlos, it just seems unlikely he’s going to be taken out in an Ice storm.

And as far as any information that Rubenstein may want to leave… there isn’t any. So right now, it’s not a guarantee that T.K Strand is going to be okay, but we wouldn’t sweat it too much. After all, 9-1-1: Lone Star and its flagship show have a history of pretty good fake-outs.

The ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ Showrunner Said The Goal of This Season is To Get the 126th Back Together

Right now, every character is struggling with the 126th being torn apart. And the goal it appears is to definitely get them back together.

“Tommy’s team is Tommy’s team,” Showrunner Tim Minear said in an interview with TV Insider “And it’s Nancy and T.K. and that is one element of the 126. The goal for all these characters is to get the 126 back and to have everybody under the same roof again. I thought it was a very interesting element to show that the paramedics could work in the private sector. Obviously, all the other firefighters got assigned to the different houses at the end of last season. And they’re still in those houses when we come back.”

It’s hard to imagine a situation where the 126th isn’t back together by the end of the season, but it’ll be interesting to see how it all unfolds and how they manage to come back together again. Right now, the odds are not stacked in anyone’s favor who was in the 126th.

If you want to watch 9-1-1: Lone Star as it comes out, most episodes air on Mondays at 8/7 Central. If you’re wondering about when 9-1-1 is going to come back, you’ll have to wait until later this spring.