911 Season 4 Episode 1: release date, story and view details online.
Last year in April 2020, Fox gave some great news to its fans to revamp its hit crime drama show 9-1-1. The series is now in its fourth season. Fox has announced the release date of Season 4 Episode 1. Let’s take a look at more details.
Date of publication
9-1-1 Season 4 Episode 1 will be released January 18, 2021 at 8:00 PM ET and 7:00 PM CT. The following episodes follow every Monday of the following week. The very first season of 9-1-1 premiered in January 2018.
As mentioned before, 9-1-1 is a crime drama show that focuses on the lives of Los Angeles rescue workers. The series tells us many breathtaking fictional incidents involving city police, paramedics, dispatchers, firefighters and other emergency responders.
The main characters of 9-1-1 are: Athena Nash (Angela Basett), Robert ‘Bobby’ Nash (Peter Krause), Evan ‘Buck’ Buckely (Oliver Stark), Henrietta Wilson (Aisha Hinds), Madeleine ‘Maddie’ Kendall ( Jennifer Love Hewitt), Edmundo ‘Eddie’ Diaz (Ryan Guzman), Howard ‘Chimney Han (Kenneth Choi) and more.
At the release 3 recap, Maddie and May discussed which university to choose. Fans have seen the relationship between Maddie and Chimney grow. Buck finally walked away from Abby. In Season 4, all of these stories will likely continue. The background stories of some characters can also be revealed.
Season 4 will show more stories of emergencies, one of which is the 8.0 earthquake and the coastal tsunami. Season 4 Episode 1 is titled ‘The New Abnormal’. Fox also provided a brief recap on Season 4.
The synopsis reads: “When the Hollywood Reservoir dam breaks and the 118 spring into action to rescue passengers on a city bus, it crashed into a building several floors in the air. Maddie must first locate and then rescue a trapped cyclist, and Athena helps a woman with agoraphobia evacuate her home. “
Here, Nikki DeLoach will play the cameo role of trapped cyclist Janell.
Where to look
Fox’s 9-1-1 Season 4 Episode 1 can be viewed on Fox Channel itself. Also for digital version, viewers can stream it on Fox Now app and Fox official website. Hulu, DirecTV, FuboTV and Sling TV are also streaming the first episode of the series. If viewers subscribe to YouTube TV’s VOD service and Amazon Prime, viewers must purchase the series.
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