Preview: 911 Lone Star E07

‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ is one of those television shows that dramatize a particular profession and use that premise to present a compelling character-driven narrative. In this case, ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ follows a bunch of Texan first responders: firefighters, paramedics, police officers and dispatchers. However, most (not all) of the characters on the spin-off to ‘9-1-1’ are firefighters.

The series follows the New York firefighter, Owen Strand after he relocates to Austin, Texas to rebuild a firefighting company unit (the 126) after its destruction in a fire accident. Throughout the series, the characters are faced with multiple emergencies. As they help those in need, their own personal conflicts also play out in the background.

While the personal conflicts of the characters have advanced in the background, a central, overarching narrative has been missing. The sixth episode of the series seemingly introduces one, apart from what looks like an antagonist.

911 Lone Star Episode 7 Release Date: When Does it Premiere?

The seventh episode of the first season of ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ is scheduled to premiere on February 24, 2020 at 8/7c on Fox. The episode is titled ‘Bum Steer’ and returns one week after the sixth episode of the season was aired. The show follows a weekly format with a new episode slated to release every Monday.

You can watch the promo for the upcoming episode below.

Where to Watch 911 Lone Star Episode 7 Online?

You can watch the seventh episode of the first season of ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ by tuning into Fox on the above-mentioned time slot. The episode can also be watched live on Fox’s website or the Fox Now app with a valid cable provider’s login.

Other than that, you can catch the episode live if you have a subscription to any of these live-TV streaming services: FuboTV, YouTube TV or Direct TV. The episode can also be watched on Hulu sometime after it has finished airing on television.

911 Lone Star Episode 6 Recap:

The sixth episode of ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ is called ‘Friends Like These’ and lives up to its title.

A couple of friends, Tina and Taylor are driving around when a truck hits their car. Tina needs blood urgently because of that. Taylor, it turns out, is a universal donor. When Michelle is called into action, she arranges for a transfusion between the two against protocol.

Judd hosts a poker game where Strand meets Billy, another firehouse captain. Billy dislikes Judd for getting the job of rebuilding the 126. However, after an initial confrontation, the two seem to hit off.  Strand shows Billy the 126 and the two decide to go golfing after that.

There is another emergency involving a dog attacking two children. Strand calms the dog down and follows it to its owner. The dog’s owner is stuck underneath a large vehicle. The team rescues him.

Michelle tells Strand that he should be careful around Billy. While playing golf, Billy tells Strand that he suffered from thyroid cancer which made him take a year off duty. Later, Strand tells Billy about his own cancer and how he has been dealing with it currently.

Meanwhile, Mateo is nervous about his upcoming Fire Department Academy Test. Since he suffers from dyslexia, he can give the test orally. Strand asks Marjan to help him with the preparations. Mateo’s test is conducted by his former captain. He ends up passing the exam with a score of 92%.

The Deputy Fire Chief, Radford calls Strand for a meeting. It turns out that Billy told Radford about Strand’s cancer. Radford thinks that Strand might be unfit for his job because of that. To prove himself, Strand tells Radford that he will complete the cadet physical activity test. The test is quite tough even for a healthy man, let alone one with cancer. To make matters worse, Strand offers to finish the test wearing complete, protective gear, setting up the next episode interestingly.