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911 Season 6: Preview on Episode 12! – WATCH

On March 20, Episode 12 of 911 Season 6 is airing on FOX. Let’s take a first exclusive look!


FOX has released the synopsis for 911 Season 6 x12. Keep following us for extra information and we are going to add it as quickly as it is going to be launched by FOX!

Despite the case being closed, Bobby is determined to prove his AA sponsor was murdered and bring his killer to justice; Meanwhile Buck struggles with his post-traumatic stress in the all-new “Recovery” episode of 9-1-1 airing Monday, March 20 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (NIN-612) (TV-14 L, V)


Angela Bassett as Athena Grant; Peter Krause as Bobby Nash; Jennifer Love Hewitt as Maddie Buckley; Oliver Stark as Evan “Buck” Buckley. Kenneth Choi as Howie “Chimney” Han; Aisha Hinds as Henrietta “Hen” Wilson; Ryan Guzman as Eddie Diaz. Corinne Massiah as Could Grant; Gavin McHugh as Christopher Diaz.

Recurring: John Harlan Kim as Albert; Gregory Harrison as Phillip Buckley; Dee Wallace as Margaret Buckley; David Younger Lee as Sang; Jennie Baek as Myung; Declan Pratt as Denny; Bryan Safi as Josh Russo

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FOX has released the promotional photos for 911 Season 6 x12. Keep following us for extra information and we are going to add extra as soon as they are going to be released by FOX!


FOX has now released promo or sneak peeks for 911 Season 6 Episode 12. Keep following us for extra information and we are going to add them as soon as they are going to be released by FOX!

On Monday’s episode, Krause teases, 9-1-1 will explore Bobby and Wendall’s relationship through a series of flashbacks while Bobby attempts to team with Tamara (Diana Lu), who works at the rehab facility that seems to be connected to Wendall’s suspicious death, to uncover the truth about what happened to their friend.

“In this episode we see how important Wendall was in Bobby’s life, prior to this time, concerning his relationship moving forward with Athena,” Krause tells EW. “And also concerning Bobby accepting his past and finding a way to move forward to let go, as much as he can, of the guilt that he feels over the loss of his family. Wendall was a very impactful person in Bobby’s life, and so this suspicious death is something that’s very important for Bobby to solve.”

In a preview clip exclusive to EW, Bobby discovers a drugged Tamara and attempts to rescue her as the rehab facility burns to the ground. See it at this link.

“Bobby certainly is out for vengeance,” Krause says. “As much as he wants to prevent [another death at the rehab facility] from happening to somebody else, he’s there out of revenge. Justice and revenge.”

As Oliver Stark told us, Buck is going to have a bit of a recovery ahead of him before he returns to the 118 after getting struck by lightning. We see some of that in TV Insider’s exclusive sneak peek of the March 20 episode of 9-1-1.

“Did I pass the Dr. Wilson follow-up exam, or do you need to check my pulse while you’re here?” He asks Hen (Aisha Hinds). She says she should, then taps the side of his head for his “ungratefulness,” she explains.

So what did his cardiologist say that explains why he’s so cranky? “Nothing, no, she just keeps on ordering tests and doing scans,” he says. “I just keep waiting for her to tell me I’m OK or that I’m not OK, just something. Instead, it’s just more tests.”

Is he thinking he’s in for bad news? Watch the clip above for more, including why he’s worried.

Moving forward, “he’s going to struggle, especially at first, just with the idea that he came so close to dying, and so he’s going to struggle with the idea of mortality and what does it all mean,” Stark previewed. “But then I think following the struggle, there’s potential for peace and for him to feel a little more grounded. Once you’ve accepted that things can come to an end at any point, why not just enjoy while you still can and take ownership of your decisions, and be the best version of yourself that you can be?”

And rather than leaning on others — though everyone will want him to do that — “he’s almost going to get so many offers of support that it’s going to become a bit too much for him, and as important as it is for him to learn to lean on others, we’ve seen him do that a lot,” he continued. “I think more than anything, actually, he’s going to learn to lean on himself a little bit and look inwardly rather than outwardly when it comes to needing a crutch of support.”

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Chiara Lombatti
Chiara Lombatti
When Cristina Yang’s mankind hate, and Sherlock Holmes’ deductive skills meet Randall Pearson’s anxiety and Jamie Fraser’s multilingualism (featuring Claire Fraser’s curls and Kate Pearson’s voice). Translator and feature article with a great love for cinema, TV series and books.


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