The firefighters of “9-1-1” return this evening on M6 for an unprecedented season 4 which, between a catastrophic opening episode centered on a landslide, and shock upheavals on the side of the life of the heroes, s’ announcement not to be missed.
After almost a year of absence, 9-1-1 returns this Thursday, August 26 at 9:05 p.m. on M6 for a new season 4 still led by Angela Bassett, Peter Krause, and Jennifer Love Hewitt.
Shortened to 14 episodes due to the Covid-19 epidemic, this new salvo is fortunately still so successful and incredible. And promises its share of catastrophes, revelations, and moments of suspense in the right lineage of previous seasons.
A landslide to open the season
After the earthquake at the beginning of season 2, and the tsunami which had almost cost the lives of Buck and Christopher in particular in season 3, this year makes way for the landslide on the occasion of the double disaster episode which launches this fourth season of 9-1-1.
Returning to the Los Angeles Police Department after a six-month absence due to the violent assault on her last season, Athena (Angela Bassett) expected a smooth recovery. But when the Hollywood reservoir dam bursts and causes a landslide, the city is plunged into utter chaos, and firefighters and law enforcement have no choice but to go to the rescue. potential victims.
Attempting to help an agoraphobic woman, Athena finds herself in danger, as the ground threatens to slip at any moment. Bobby (Peter Krause) and the rest of Station 118, as well as May (Corinne Massiah), Athena’s daughter who has just started an internship at the emergency call center under Maddie’s supervision, will do everything to rescue her in time. But will they succeed?
A family secret turns Buck’s life upside down
After this perilous situation which should keep fans in suspense throughout this first evening of broadcast, season 4 of 9-1-1 once again succeeds in offering a clever mix of completely crazy interventions, which often confront the firefighters in anything but usual situations, and poignant personal intrigues for each of the heroes of the series.
While facing a terrible traffic accident directly impacting one of their own, or a new recruit who seems to have drawn the evil eye on the barracks during a very funny episode, Bobby, Eddie, Buck, Hen , Chimney, and the others must also deal with their complicated private lives more than ever during these 14 new episodes.
While Hen (Aisha Hinds) begins medical studies, not without pitfalls, and sees several upheavals come to shake his home, Chimney (Kenneth Choi) and Maddie (Jennifer Love Hewitt) prepare to become parents in a world shaken by the coronavirus. Eddie (Ryan Guzman), meanwhile, tries to move on and give love another chance after Christopher’s mother dies, while Bobby sees his past once again – and the drama that touched his family – resurface.
Finally, Buck (Oliver Stark) is entitled to his “original” episode, entitled “Buck Begins”, which will allow fans of the series to learn more about the latter’s childhood and about the family of Maddie and Buck. Especially since their parents are going to land in Los Angeles to meet Chimney. A family reunion that will take an unexpected turn when Buck discovers a heartbreaking family secret that promises to change his life forever.
A particularly successful plot that is difficult to see coming and which shows that, season after season, 9-1-1 still knows how to surprise us and make us vibrate in front of our television. Like the last seconds of the penultimate episode, completely chilling, which recall the best hours of Emergencies and act as a real shock at the end of the season.
And the good news is that it is not over yet as a fifth season of 9-1-1 is already in the making.