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Posted Monday 9/24/18 at 9:40PM EDT
Why 9-1-1 decided to showcase the worst disaster victims imaginable
Showrunner Tim Minear explains why tonight's episode is titled "Awful People.": "It just interested me to think about how first responders, it doesn’t matter who calls 9-1-1, they go and they do their job, right? And not everyone is going to be a wonderful victim who is worthy of saving. Often, people are just awful and ungrateful. And our responders have to deal with that, too. So I sort of wrote that as a theme. I love exploring the different parts of what that is.” ALSO: Why Jennifer Love Hewitt was the "perfect" choice for 9-1-1 following Connie Britton's departure.
Posted Thursday 8/02/18 at 2:16PM EDT
Fox censors rejected Charisma Carpenter's 9-1-1 "penis captivus" storyline
The actress was to be featured in a storyline that involved a man dying in the middle of sexual intercourse, but Fox censors decided to put that storyline on hold -- even though CBS did a similar storyline on Code Black. “Our version was different,” said showrunner Tim Minear of his "naughty" scene.
Posted Tuesday 7/17/18 at 9:09PM EDT
9-1-1 shaken by an earthquake in first glimpse of Jennifer Love Hewitt in Season 2
The first two teasers of Season 2 show a 8.2-magnitude earthquake striking Los Angeles.
Posted Wednesday 5/16/18 at 11:25PM EDT
Jennifer Love Hewitt apologizes for looking "wrecked" at Fox's upfronts
Source: Just Jared
The new 9-1-1 star didn't realize that she would be promoting the Fox show for 12 hours straight in 100% New York City humidity on Monday. "I’m really sorry for looking like a hot mess on the red carpet yesterday," she said on her Instagram Story on Tuesday. "Oh, my God! I was so hot! I was like literally melting. Like, melting. Melting! But…I had a blast!”
Posted Tuesday 5/15/18 at 10:53PM EDT
Jennifer Love Hewitt on joining 9-1-1: "When Ryan Murphy calls, I mean, you pick up the phone and you say, 'Uh huh. Uh huh. OK.'"
“That's pretty much the conversation," she says of agreeing to join the Fox drama for Season 2, adding that she "genuinely" loves the show. "I adore him, as does the world, and they should. I've known him a long time and I was just really honored.”
Posted Monday 5/14/18 at 8:04PM EDT
9-1-1 adds Jennifer Love Hewitt
She'll fill the void left by Connie Britton, playing the new 911 call center operator. Hewitt's last regular series role was on Criminal Minds in the 2014-15 season.