‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ Promo Teases ‘This Isn’t The End’

Rob Lowe on 9-1-1: Lone Star | YoutTube

9-1-1: Lone Star is about to return for its Season 5. While fans are excited to see the show back on Fox, there is a chance that this could be the show’s final season. There are rumors the cast is already considering moving on, as the network has yet to reveal the show’s fate. However, a new promo teases, “This isn’t the end.”

Here is a look at the new promo and what fans can expect.

New 9-1-1: Lone Star Promo Promises ‘Epic’ Final Season

The first promo for 9-1-1: Lone Star Season 5 promised an epic season coming this fall on Fox. It has been well over a year since the show aired, thanks to the writer’s strike, but with it returning, fans will want to tune in because this could be the hit show’s final season.

Rob Lowe on 9-1-1: Lone Star | YouTube
Rob Lowe on 9-1-1: Lone Star | YouTube

The promo lasted 30 seconds. Neal McDonough’s Sgt. O’Brien said, “This city needs you.” This all comes after an epic accident that pushes everyone to the edge when a train derails. Owen (Rob Lowe) is there first and says they must evacuate the area. The first three episodes of the season will deal with the train derailment shown in the promo video.

Owen said, “We have a problem,” but then he went on to say at the end of the promo, “This isn’t the end; this is just the opening act.” While this is in reference to the train derailment and the long road ahead for the first responders, it teases a little nudge for the show’s future.

Will This Be 9-1-1: Lone Star’s Final Season?

Despite what the promo says, there is a good chance this will be 9-1-1: Lone Star’s final season. Fox has until July 19 to make the show’s future known because that is when the current cast’s options expire, and they can move on to other shows or movie roles.

This also comes after the cast tried to work out new agreements, but the cast renewals fell through, and nothing was done to extend anyone past that point. This led to Sierra McClain (Grace Ryder) leaving the series.

The show might be ending because Disney bought Fox, but this did not include the Fox TV network or its dramas. This led to Disney canceling The Resident. It saved the original 9-1-1 by moving it to ABC (which Disney owns). However, it did nothing to save 9-1-1: Lone Star, the last 20th Century Fox TV drama on Fox.

9-1-1: Lone Star Season 5 premieres this fall on Fox.

Are you excited for 9-1-1: Lone Star Season 5? More so, do you hope to see it continue in some way? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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