The '9-1-1: Lone Star' Showrunner Just Dropped a Big Detail About Carlos and T.K.'s Wedding

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9-1-1: Lone Star fans, you’re cordially invited to the wedding of Carlos (Rafael Silva) and T.K. (Ronen Rubinstein) — that’s right, season 4 of the Fox drama will feature Tarlos, as the internet affectionally calls the couple, walking down the aisle. Unfortunately, there isn’t a save the date card to put up on the fridge just yet.

Here’s the scoop on what you need to know about 9-1-1: Lone Star season 4:

When will season 4 of 9-1-1: Lone Star premiere?

9-1-1: Lone Star season 4 will return in the fall. Fox announced the exciting news only hours away from the season 3 finale. “Guess who's back, back again... #911LoneStar. 😏,” the show’s official Instagram captioned a photo of Carlos in action. In case you’re wondering when you should tune in to the premiere of 9-1-1: Lone Star, that date and time has not yet been determined.

Although major TV networks like ABC and NBC have announced their fall TV 2022 lineups, Fox hasn’t revealed any details. That said, we predict that 9-1-1: Lone Star will keep its Monday night slot alongside 9-1-1.

Who will be in the cast of 9-1-1: Lone Star season 4?

Right now, we’re guessing the 9-1-1: Lone Star season 4 cast will include:

  • Rob Lowe as Owen Strand

  • Gina Torres as Tommy Vega

  • Ronen Rubinstein as Tyler Kennedy "TK" Strand

  • Rafael Silva as Carlos Reyes

  • Jim Parrack as Judson "Judd" Ryder

  • Sierra McClain as Grace Ryde

  • Natacha Karam as Marjan Marwani

  • Brian Michael Smith as Paul Strickland

  • Julian Works as Mateo Chavez

  • Brianna Baker as Nancy Gillia

Are there any spoilers for 9-1-1: Lone Star season 4?

According to showrunner Tim Minear, he’s still “decompressing” and needs time to “regroup” to make decisions for 9-1-1: Lone Star season 4. That said, the executive producer has already thought about the new episodes featuring Tarlos in the midst of wedding planning — sans an emergency.

“I don't think we're going to have a situation where there's a terrorist attack at their wedding or something. But I'm not sure,” he told Entertainment Tonight. “I definitely want to play the planning. I want to play the build-up. I want to play the event. I want to play all that stuff. That can be satisfying just in and of itself.”

Photo credit: Fox
Photo credit: Fox

Tim continued: “In terms of what married life means for these two guys, there's a lot to explore there … We could maybe see a little bit more of Carlos' family and maybe we'll see Chad Lowe [as Owen's half-brother Robert] again at that wedding.”

What’s more, the executive producer also teased that fans might get a closer look at Judd (Jim Parrack) and Grace (Sierra McClain)'s marriage. “They didn't know about Wyatt until this year. I think there'll be a lot to explore there,” he added, referencing the firefighter’s son.

How can I watch and stream 9-1-1: Lone Star?

When 9-1-1: Lone Star premieres later this fall, you can watch season 4 on Fox whether that’s on your TV, the Fox site or Fox app. Just remember to have your TV provider login details on hand to start watching right away.

Streaming services like streaming service like YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV and fuboTV also allow you to tune in to new episodes of the Austin-based series in real-time. If you don’t have a login yet, you can try the mentioned platforms with a free seven-day trial before committing to a monthly subscription.

Alternatively, you can catch up on 9-1-1: Lone Star the next day when Hulu makes new episodes available. The streaming service offers a 30-day free trial and a plan starts at $6.99 afterward. Carlos and T.K. will be exchanging vows in the near future but in the meantime you can go down memory lane by watching seasons 1, 2 and 3.

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