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Season 5 of 9-1-1 just aired its season finale and we're already looking forward to seeing what happens next. Who know that we would find ourselves so entangled with the professional and personal lives of the members of a fictional station of the L.A. Fire Department and a 9-1-1 call center? Clearly Fox did, because they just keep making more and more episodes for us to enjoy.
Speaking of episodes ... we've been wondering about the drama coming back with a new season. After all, the season 5 finale left us with quite a few questions. Why are Buck (Oliver Stark) and Taylor (Megan West) splitting up? What's the status of Maddie (Jennifer Love Hewitt) and Chimney's (Kenneth Choi) relationship now that she's returned to work? And will we ever see May and Albert on the show again?
There are so many questions, and we need some answers. Here's everything we know about 9-1-1 season 6:
When will 9-1-1 season 6 premiere?
Fox announced 9-1-1 was renewed for a season 6 in mid-May. But this news isn't a complete surprise. The procedural drama is currently one of the highest-rated series for Fox (coupled with The Resident). Set to come back in the fall, 9-1-1 season 6 has yet to be given a premiere date. The same is true for the rest of its lineup, including 9-1-1: Lone Star and The Rookie. But once there is more info, we'll update you ASAP!
Reacting to the exciting news, actor Oliver Stark, who plays Buck, shared a heartwarming Instagram with costar Aisha Hinds, who portrays Hen. A closer look reveals actor Ryan Guzman, a.k.a. Eddie, jokingly pointing at them. "We’re not going anywhere. See you for Season 6 @911onfox 🎉🥳🍾," he captioned the Instagram photos.
Who will be part of the 9-1-1 season 6 cast?
As far as we know, most of the cast should return for 9-1-1 season 6:
How can I watch and stream 9-1-1 season 6?
When the show does return, you'll most likely be tuning in on Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on Fox. (Though this hasn't been officially confirmed.) If you don’t have a TV, no worries. You can go to the Fox site on your laptop or the Fox app on mobile devices to watch. You'll just make sure you have your TV cable provider login nearby for easy access.
If you don't have cable, there are other options. You can watch through streaming service like YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV and fuboTV. If you haven't tried out the platforms before, you can see what they're all about by signing up for free seven-day trials. Afterward, you can consider subscribing to a monthly plan.
Not in the mood to watch the show live? As with the rest of the 9-1-1 series, Hulu makes new episodes available to watch the next morning via the Hulu site and Hulu app. In case you don't have a login, you can try start with a 30-day free trial. Once this time period is done, you have the option to sign up for a plan starting at $6.99 per month.
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