‘9-1-1: Lone Star’: Rob Lowe Talks About the Journey this Season

by Anna Dunn
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In a new video posted by the 9-1-1: Lone Star Twitter account, Owen Strand actor Rob Lowe gets real about the journey this season. The actor discussed how Owen is adjusting to losing his main firehouse in the season 2 finale. It’s been a big factor in the season so far. And it’s going to continue to be that way with no easy fix.

Not to mention, all of the first responders are going to have to continue on with their jobs. So they’ll have to save lives and put their own on the line while trying to get the old firehouse together.

“He’s in a very troubling place. What does the world look like in this new world order? That’s going to be the journey this year for him. what empowers him. Where he’s going to go from here,” he says in the video. You can take a look for yourself below.

The video also shows some clips from the most recent episode of the show.

“Don’t mess with Cap!” the account tweeted. Fans are excited to see how everything unfolds. Sadly, it looks like there’s a tough road ahead for “cap.”

9-1-1: Lone Star may have just returned, but it wasted no time getting fans right back in on the action with a massive ice storm that puts lives on the line. The storm is based off the very real storm that struck Texas last winter. The storm took lives and caused major damage across the state.

This Season of ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’

There’s also a lot going on with Owen mentally, and there’s a lot more to it than what meets the eye. Showrunner Tim Minnear explained in a recent TV Insider interview that he’s going to run from his problems.

“He’s retreated. And he’s kind of given up,” Minear shared. “The thing that interested us coming into Season 3 is that we didn’t want what happened at the end of Season 2 to not have ramifications, to not have reverberations.”

“It appears that Owen’s pride is what has kind of kept him from continuing the fight,” Minear told TV Insider about Owen’s fight to keep the firehouse. “But what we’re gonna discover going forward is that there may be an even deeper reason that he’s kind of retreated into the hills.”

And based on interviews with Minnear, we’re going to get a very intriguing insight into Owen’s past. So that could potentially be a big reason for why he’s in this slump. And it’s far from over.

If you want to catch the next episode of 9-1-1: Lone Star after that insane cliffhanger last week tune in to FOX on Mondays at 8/7 Central.

Outsider.com