Liv Tyler is set to star inverse Rob Lowe in Fox’s side spinoff series 9-1-1: Lone Star. This denotes the first communicate role for the previous Leftovers star.
9-1-1: Lone Star hails from 9-1-1 makers/executive producers Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Tim Minear. Set in Austin, it pursues Owen (Lowe), a refined New York fireman who, alongside his son, migrates to the Texas capital and must attempt to adjust sparing the individuals who are at their most open to taking care of the problems in his own life.
Tyler will play Chief Paramedic Michelle Blake, who’s a little shake ‘n’ roll, now and again a trouble girl yet constantly boss. Equivalent amounts of compassionate and ruthless, Michelle is splendid and wry, and the one in particular who can coordinate minds with Owen in the station, where she regularly will place him in his place. While consistently on point at work, Michelle has a obsession she battles to control: discovering what befell her younger sibling Iris, who disappeared two years prior. She’ll persevere relentlessly to find reality, regardless of whether it means torching her own life down.
Murphy, Falchuk and Minear serve in a similar limit on the offshoot. Lowe is co-executive producer. 9-1-1: Lone Star will debut on January 19, after the NFC Championship Game, and will air in the mothership series’s Monday 9 PM space during its middle of the season rest.
The Lord of the Rings alumna Tyler co-stars as Lady Fitzwilliam on Hulu’s Harlots, which as of late wrapped its third season. She recently featured as Megan “Meg” Abbott on HBO’s The Leftovers and as of late was seen in BBC miniseries Gunpowder. Tyler, who next stars inverse Brad Pitt in the science fiction feature Ad Astra, is repped by UTA and Untitled Entertainment.
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