‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ Is Tough Enough for Texas in New TVLine Exclusive Season 2 Key Art


Season two of FOX’s 9-1-1 spinoff, 9-1-1: Lone Star is fast-approaching and TVLine has an exclusive first look at the upcoming season’s official poster and key art. 

Image courtesy of FOX/TVLine.

The poster has Gina Torres joining the squad as Paramedic Captain Tommy Vega, standing beside 126’s own Mateo (Julian Works), Paul (Brian Michael Smith), and Marjan (Natacha Karam). Below her are Carlos (Rafael Silva) and TK (Ronen Rubinstein), affectionately known as Tarlos as their ship name, making it appropriate that they’re sharing a square together.

Unsurprisingly in the middle is Rob Lowe as Captain Owen Strand, however, lightning can be seen behind him and the tagline, “Tough enough for Texas” beside him indicates that no job is too big. But after a tornado and solar storm in season 1, it looks to be something even worse is headed to Austin. Below him is Judd (Jim Parrick) and wife Grace (Sierra McClain).

The show’s social media pages have also donned a new look, sporting the purple logo and a different version of the key art seen on the header where a big fire can be seen in the background of the series’ return date along with a ladder truck.

Image courtesy of 9-1-1: Lone Star Twitter.

The official synopsis of season 2, released by FOX earlier this month, shows that Owen will be dealing with the arrival of ex-wife Gwenyth (Lisa Edelstein), who came to be with TK following the aftermath of him getting shot at the end of last season, all while everyone has to deal with an emergency that the city has never encountered before. It was previously reported that the upcoming season, as well as its predecessor’s, will deal with the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

Season 2 of 9-1-1: Lone Star premieres Monday January 18 at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT following season 4 of 9-1-1 on FOX! Season 1 is currently available to stream on both Hulu and the FOX NOW app.

Megan has been passionate about writing since she was little and has been passionate about all things pop culture and nerdy since almost as long. Joining Nerds and Beyond in 2019, she also graduated from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Journalism. Megan is constantly binge-watching shows and finding new things to obsess over. 9-1-1 and Marvel currently reign as the top obsessions. You can find her on Twitter @marvels911s if you ever want to discuss some certain firefighters.

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