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Fox has decided to continue both The Resident and 9-1-1 for the sixth season of both shows. Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Tim Minear are the brains behind creating the show 9-1-1, which follows the dramatic lives of emergency responders working in Los Angeles. The show was written by Holden Jones, Schore, and Sethi.

9-1-1 & The Resident Season 6 Renewals

Fox has officially announced (via THR) that both of these shows will receive a sixth season renewal for the 2022-2023 television season. Both of these shows began airing their fifth seasons in September 2021, with the season finale of 9-1-1 airing on May 16, one day before the final episode of The Resident. 

Fox has officially announced (via THR) that both of these shows will receive a sixth season renewal for the 2022-2023 television season.

Following a pause in negotiations brought on by Disney’s purchase of 20th Television, the production company responsible for both shows, it was widely anticipated that they would be renewed. It has been announced that 9-1-1: Lone Star would receive a fourth season, increasing the combined total of seasons for both shows to seven.

Emily VanCamp made her long-awaited comeback to her role as Nic Nevin on The Resident during the season 5 finale, which aired as Conrad Hawkins (Matt Czuchry) attempted to come to grips with Nic’s death and started the hunt for a new love interest. The name Emily VanCamp Earlier in the day’s finale, some of the high points of the 9-1-1 season 5 finale included Buck’s (Oliver Stark) and Taylor’s (Megan West) decision to end their relationship and Karen’s (Aisha Hinds and Tracie Thoms) decision to reaffirm their marital vows. 

Following the surprising conclusions of these shows, there is no better time than the present to get caught up on them before they return in the fall. On Monday, fans of 9-1-1 were relieved when Fox announced that the spin-off series 9-1-1: Lone Star will be returning for a fourth season.

Which Shows Will Be Canceled for the 2021 and 2022 Seasons?

To be able to air these two episodes, Fox must pay a greater fee because the network is required to negotiate with the 20th Century, which Disney rather than Fox now owns. In contrast to The Resident, 9-1-1 on Fox has been a reliable performer and attention-getter throughout the past five years. For the past two seasons, the medical drama has come dangerously close to being canceled, and just lately, one of its co-stars, Emily VanCamp, passed away.

Fans of 9-1-1 and The Resident will have to hold their breath until Fox concludes negotiations and both programs’ seasons are wrapped up this week, which is not always a negative development in every circumstance.

FOX places a strong emphasis on a few particulars. First and foremost, keep in mind that there is no other broadcast network that features adult cartoons aside from Adult Swim. FOX has confirmed that it will broadcast The Simpsons again throughout this season. 

This fall, the animated television series will return for its 34th season, and it will again take up the Sunday night time slot. Family Guy (Season 21) and Bob’s Burgers will join two new animated sitcoms: Krapopolis, created by Dan Harmon, and Grimsburg, created by Jon Hamm (Season 13).

The eighth season of The Masked Singer will maintain the series’ tradition of having celebrities sing incognito while wearing elaborate costumes. The network will now include Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars as part of the program. FOX has announced that the crime thriller Monarch, starring Susan Sarandon, Trace Adkins, and Anna Friel, will make its debut in 2022, while the shows Accused and Alert will join the FOX lineup for the 2022-2023 television season. 

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