‘911’ Renewed For Season 6 On Fox — New Episodes Ordered

Fox is holding 118 in business, innovation 9-1-1 for the sixth season, TVLine learned.

As of April 26, procedure’s fifth season has averaged 8.2 million weekly viewers and a demo rating of 1.4 (with Live + 7 replays), a slight drop from with its part 4. It is Fox’s most-watched entertainment program and the 2nd-rated television series (airing at This is us‘heel).

The show’s fifth season ends tonight (July 8c) with an episode titled “Starting Over”. And while there are plenty of game-changing twists and turns, don’t expect the finale to end in a whirlwind showdown.

“For whatever reason, there is something [Tim Minear] and I both love going out on a fun note,” executive producer Kristen Reidel recently told TVLine. “There is a bit of spare time when it comes to moving into the next season. You don’t see many things. You can spend time and think about the stories you want to tell the characters now and where you want to start them, without feeling like you have a list of things to deal with. ”

News about 9-1-1The renewal comes just hours after its spin-off, led by Rob Lowe 9-1-1: Lonely Starhas been renewed for a fourth season.

9-1-1 stars Angela Bassett as Athena Grant, Peter Kraus as Bobby Nash, Oliver Stark as Evan “Buck” Buckley, Aisha Hinds as Hen Wilson, Kenneth Choi as Chimney, Jennifer Love Hewitt as Maddie Buckley, Ryan Guzman as Eddie Diaz, Corinne Massiah as May Grant, Marcanthonee Jon Reis as Harry and Gavin McHugh as Christopher Diaz.

TVLine Renewal/Cancellation scoreboard has been updated to reflect 9-1-1renew. How do you feel about the network’s top performance over the past six years? Drop a comment with your thoughts below.

https://tvline.com/2022/05/16/911-renewed-season-6-fox/ ‘911’ Renewed For Season 6 On Fox — New Episodes Ordered

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