Season 4 of FOX first responder drama 9-1-1: Lone Star is still a few months away, but the cast is already expanding! Amanda Schull, Neal McDonough, and D.B. Woodside are joining the series in recurring roles.
According to an exclusive from Deadline, Schull (Suits) will portray FBI Special Agent Rose Casey investigating members of an extremist group. Believing they are planning a dangerous attack, she enlists Owen’s help in gathering evidence in order to strengthen the case.
Fans will remember Arrowverse star McDonough in his memorable portrayal of APD Sergeant Ty O’Brien. He made his first appearance in season 3’s “Red vs. Blue,” where he got into an argument with Owen that went viral, and the two butted heads throughout the episode.
Meanwhile, Lucifer vet Woodside will play wholesome and charismatic father Trevor, who is also a preacher. A new job brings him and his daughter to the Lone Star State, where they are greeted with “a rare and dangerous storm.”
It’s unknown when we will see these new (and returning) characters in the season, but we’ll likely be getting more information as the premiere gets closer. 9-1-1: Lone Star stars Rob Lowe, Gina Torres, Ronen Rubinstein, Jim Parrack, Brian Michael Smith, Julian Works, Natacha Karam, Rafael Silva, Sierra McClain, and Brianna Baker. It follows the lives of first responders and dispatchers in the city of Austin, Texas, and the high stakes they deal with every day in both their personal and professional lives.
A premiere date for season 4 of 9-1-1: Lone Star has yet to be announced, but it will be sometime in January 2023 on FOX. In the meantime, all three seasons are streaming now on Hulu. Check out our other 9-1-1: Lone Star coverage here.