9-1-1: Lone Star season three’s finale is set to air on Monday night - but what about the show’s future from there? Fortunately for fans, FOX has confirmed the very happy news that the series will be returning for a fourth season, hurrah!
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The happy news was shared along with a host of other show renewals including The Cleaning Lady, Call Me Kat, Welcome to Flatch and The Masked Singer, while also announcing new dramas including a country music drama, Monarch, starring Susan Sarandon and Anna Friel, and Accused, a crime drama from the creator of House. Sign us up!
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While we don’t know what to expect from season four just yet, the showrunner Tim Minear has previously opened up about having a natural disaster in every season of the show and its predecessor, 911, including a tsunami, cold snap and dust storm.
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Chatting about making the show, he told Decider: "The process is always the same, which is 'What the hell are we going to do next?!' It’s funny because when we were going through Season 2 of Lone Star, we kept coming up with these big ideas: 'There’s going to be a serial arsonist, and then Charles is going to die,' and everything started to feel like a season finale.
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"So by the time we got to the actual season finale, we were like, 'What are we going to do?' Somebody had pitched the haboob, the dust storm. And [Executive Producer] Rashad [Raisani] and some of the other writers had been talking about the cold snap that happened in Austin in 2021.
"We talked about doing that, and at first I hesitated. A tsunami is one thing, right? You create the spectacle, you build some streets in a tank in Mexico and you have the big event and then you have the fighting against the receding water and it’s very visual. But cold is cold."
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