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9-1-1 EP on Buck and T.K.'s Awkward Exchange in Lone Star Crossover

Friendly warning: The following interview contains mild spoilers from Monday’s 9-1-1 crossover event.

Worlds (and firehouses) collided on Monday during 9-1-1‘s first-ever crossover with 9-1-1: Lone Star, and it was absolutely insane. READ MORE & GRADE IT

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For 9-1-1 showrunner Tim Minear, the process of putting together tonight’s first-ever crossover with 9-1-1: Lone Star mirrored what the characters experience in the harrowing hour: “There were twists and turns and hurdles I had to clear,” he tells TVLine. “For a while there, it looked like we were just going to collapse. But then… we pulled it off. We did it!” READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

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9-1-1: Lone Star EP on Liv Tyler's Exit, Possible Return: Michelle Blake Still Has 'Interesting Stories to Be Told'

If you’re a regular consumer of TV news, you probably weren’t surprised when it was announced during Monday’s 9-1-1: Lone Star premiere that Michelle Blake (played by Liv Tyler) is no longer part of the team. READ MORE & GRADE THE EPISODE

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9-1-1 Boss: 'There's More to Buck's COVID Crush Than Meets the Eye'

It’s been a minute since 9-1-1‘s Evan Buckley was in a stable, committed relationship, so when Chimney mentioned on Monday’s fourth season premiere that Buck has been chatting online with a new “COVID crush,” fans’ collective interest was instantly piqued. READ MORE & GRADE THE EPISODE

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Lone Star Boss Talks Finale's (Mostly) Happy Endings, Hints at Another 9-1-1 Crossover in Potential Season 2

The first season of 9-1-1: Lone Star ended on a high note for the 126, bringing several tumultuous storylines to a close, while also leaving the firehouse doors open for a few fresh starts. READ MORE & GRADE THE FINALE