Is “9-1-1: Season 6 (2022)” Based On A True Story?

    In the 9-1-1 Season 6 debut, a new calamity is slated to strike Los Angeles, but this time it’s coming from above. Fox has published a few ads for the new season, which premieres on September 19 at 8 p.m. ET and features a balloon that hits a crowded soccer stadium.

    Is “9-1-1: Season 6” based on a true story?

    9-1-1 Season 6 (2022)

    “9-1-1: Season 6” is not based on a true story. The first teaser trailer shows a “record audience” attending a sporting event while the light coming through the open-air venue is blocked by the shadow of a blimp. The stadium lights pop and mayhem breaks out as a broadcast announcer can be heard asking, “What’s that?” the audience begins to scream in fear. A second teaser recalls the different catastrophes that 9-1-1 has begun with in previous seasons, such as the earthquake in Season 2 and the tsunami in Season 3.

    Produced by 20th Television in collaboration with Brad Falchuk Teley-Vision, Ryan Murphy Television, and 9-1-1. The cast of the show includes Aisha Hinds as Henrietta “Hen” Wilson, Ryan Guzman as Eddie Diaz, Peter Krause as Bobby Nash, Jennifer Love Hewitt as Maddie Kendall, Oliver Stark as Evan “Buck” Buckley, Kenneth Choi as Howie “Chimney” Han, Corinne Massiah as May Grant, and Marcanthonee. Harry Grant is portrayed by Jon Reis, and Christopher Diaz by Gavin McHugh.

    Executive producers include Angela Bassett, Peter Krause, John J. Gray, Kristen Reidel, Alexis Martin Woodall, and Juan Carlos Coto.

    One of Fox’s most popular programs, 9-1-1, will enter syndication this autumn, as Deadline has reported. On stations owned by broadcast companies like the ABC Owned Television Stations, Nexstar Media Group, Gray Television, Cox Media Group, Hearst Communications, E.W. Scripps Company, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Tegna Media, and Weigel Broadcasting, 9-1-1 will debut weekends beginning on Saturday, September 17.

    Latest articles