“This year is very difficult. There have been many challenges,” Tim Minear, who acted as a host on both, admitted to TV Insider. “Last year, there was a challenge to initially try to do both during a worldwide pandemic. Well, that hasn’t changed. We’re still running these programs during a worldwide pandemic, and there have been other complications, complications of cast readiness. I always try to accommodate my cast when they want to – look, I’ll make sure Angela Bassett be in Black Panther 2. There’s no way I wouldn’t make that happen. “
That being said, he continued, “I’m still hopeful for some form of crossover, but it looks like the shows will live in their own universe this season. We’re not done yet, so it’s hard to know exactly.”
While that is the case, Lonely StarThe move to January in the opening minute of Season 3’s premiere (and the original series ending its winter finale in December) would allow the two to “take place in the same time and space in 9-1-1 universe” in the last eight episodes (when 9-1-1 give back).
But did Minear rule out the appearance of a guest from Ryan Guzman, since the last time we saw Eddie Diaz, he said he was leave 118? Maybe he will appear on 9-1-1: Lonely Star while visiting family? After emphasizing that “because Eddie is considering a change of direction doesn’t mean he’s leaving the show,” the host said, “it’s great, but the truth is these first 10 episodes belong to Lonely Star, we did those things while we were working on the first 12 episodes of 9-1-1. So it’s not like both programs are not executed at the same time. They have.”
9-1-1: Lonely Star, Monday, 8/7c, Fox
9-1-1, Return, March, Fox
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