9-1-1 Season 6: Release Date, Cast, New Season/Cancelled?

9-1-1 Season 6

There have been countless series, movies, and shows based on the complicated lives and struggles in the lives of policemen, doctors, lawyers, etc, but none has encompassed the combined struggles of all these front-line warriors. 

9-1-1 is a procedural television show made in America that was made for Fox Broadcasting Company by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Tim Minear. It revolves around the lives of the front-line warriors of Los Angeles, the police officers, paramedics, firefighters, and dispatchers. Ever since the fifth season of the show has started airing, fans of the show have been waiting eagerly for any announcement regarding its sixth season. 

Will there be a sixth season? Has there been any recent declaration made? Let’s find out!

Show Details:

TV Series: 9-1-1
Genre: Procedural

Action comedy

Drama

Original run: January 3, 2018 –

present

Producers Lou Eyrich

Eryn Krueger Mekash

Adam Penn

Erica L. Anderson

Matthew Hodgson

Robert M. Williams Jr.

Jeff Dickerson

Ryan Murphy

Brad Falchuk

Tim Minear

Juan Carlos Coto

Kristen Reidel

Alexis Martin Woodall

John J. Gray

Bradley Buecker

Peter Krause

Angela Bassett

Directed by: Ryan Murphy

Brad Falchuk

Tim Minear

Starcast: Angela Bassett

Peter Krause

Oliver Stark

Aisha Hinds

Kenneth Choi

Rockmond Dunbar

Connie Britton

Jennifer Love Hewitt

Ryan Guzman

Corinne Massiah

Marcanthonee Jon Reis

Gavin McHugh

John Harlan Kim

Original language: English
Cinematography: Joaquin Sedillo

Gavin Kelly

Duane Mieliwocki

9-1-1 Season 6 Release Date

 

More about the show:

911 is a popular American television series that belongs to the genre of Procedural drama, Action comedy, and Drama. It has been created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Tim Minear and stars Angela Bassett, Peter Krause, Oliver Stark, Aisha Hinds, Kenneth Choi, Rockmond Dunbar, Connie Britton, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Ryan Guzman, Corinne Massiah, Marcanthonee Jon Reis, Gavin McHugh, and John Harlan Kim. 

The music of the show has been given by Mac Quayle and Todd Haberman. The show was made in the United States and in English. It has five seasons and a total of

65 episodes. The Executive producers of the show are Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Tim Minear, Juan Carlos Coto, Kristen Reidel, Alexis Martin Woodall, John J. Gray, Bradley Buecker, Peter Krause, and Angela Bassett. 

The show has been produced by Lou Eyrich, Eryn Krueger Mekash, Adam Penn, Erica L. Anderson, Matthew Hodgson, Robert M. Williams Jr., and Jeff Dickerson. The Cinematography of the show has been accomplished by Joaquin Sedillo, Gavin Kelly, and Duane Mieliwocki. It has been edited by Tom Costantino and each of its episodes is approximately 42–45 minutes long.

The Production companies involved in its making were Reamworks, Brad Falchuk Teley-Vision, and Ryan Murphy Television. The original distributor of the show was 20th Television, and Disney–ABC Domestic. The show has been running successfully since January 3, 2018.

Plot:

The show is based on the lives of the front-line warriors of Los Angeles, which include police officers, paramedics, firefighters, and dispatchers. It encompasses their life Stories, how they help people, save their lives, protect them, and at the same time, how they manage to keep up with their personal lives too. It also shows several incidents to tell us how their families are affected by their jobs.

Episodes:

The show has had five seasons released till now and a total of 65 episodes. Its first season had 10 episodes and its first episode premiered on January 3, 2018. Its last episode aired on March 21, 2018. Its second season had 10 episodes and its first episode premiered on September 23, 2018. Its last episode aired on May 13, 2019. 

Its third season had 10 episodes and its first episode premiered on September 23, 2019. Its last episode aired on May 11, 2020. Its fourth season had 10 episodes and its first episode premiered on January 18, 2021. Its last episode aired on May 24, 2021. Its fifth season had 10 episodes and its first episode premiered on September 20, 2021. Its last episode is yet to be announced. 

Characters:

  • Angela Bassett featured in the role of Athena Grant-Nash who is an LAPD patrol sergeant.
  • Peter Krause featured in the role of Robert “Bobby” Nash, who is an LAFD Station 118 captain, Athena’s husband.
  • Oliver Stark featured in the role of Evan “Buck” Buckley, who is a firefighter.
  • Aisha Hinds featured in the role of Henrietta “Hen” Wilson, who is also a firefighter/paramedic.
  • Kenneth Choi featured in the role of Howard “Howie”/”Chimney” Han, who is a firefighter/paramedic.
  • Rockmond Dunbar featured in the role of Michael Grant, who is Athena’s ex-husband
  • Connie Britton featured in the role of Abigail “Abby” Clark, who is a 911 operator.
  • Jennifer Love Hewitt featured in the role of Maddie Buckley who is a 911 operator, Buck’s sister. 
  • Ryan Guzman featured in the role of Edmundo “Eddie” Díaz, who is a firefighter.
  • Corinne Massiah is featured in the role of Mary Grant, who is Athena and Michael’s daughter, Bobby’s stepdaughter, and the 911 operator.
  • Marcanthonee Jon Reis featured in the role of Harry Grant, who is Athena and Michael’s son, and Bobby’s stepson.
  • Gavin McHugh featured in the role of Christopher Díaz, who is Eddie’s son.
  • John Harlan Kim featured in the role of Albert Han, who is Chimney’s half-brother.

Will there be a sixth season?

The show has had five successfully running seasons till now and fans are already prepared for the release of its sixth season. However, the makers of the show haven’t made any official announcements about the release of its sixth season or even about its making. 

Looking at the success graphs of the show, experts in the show business are predicting that the show will easily make it to its tenth season if it somehow maintains its graph and ratings. Talking about its upcoming seasons, the final episodes of the fifth season are yet to be announced, hence it might take a while for the makers to renew the show for its sixth season.