For everyone wondering, the big tsunami story on 9-1-1 season 3 isn’t just going to be a one-episode disaster. We knew already that it’s going to be a part of episode 2 and now, it’s going to be a key part of the Monday, October 7 episode to go along with it. This episode may be dealing more with the aftermath of the disaster as opposed to just the disaster itself. The rescue team is going to be doing what they can in order to save lives, and that includes an important character going missing.
Rest assured, this is going to be a TV episode stuffed full of emotion — and that’s without even mentioning the presence of one Ronda Rousey as a major guest star. She has quite the role to play in everything that is coming up.
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Athena, Maddie, Bobby and the 118 races to save lives after a massive tsunami hits the Santa Monica Pier and Buck fears the worst when Christopher goes missing in the all-new “The Searchers” episode of 9-1-1 airing Monday, Oct. 7 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (NIN-303) (TV-14 L, V)
Eventually, we know that we will see the characters move past the tsunami storyline, mostly because of the fact that this is not the sort of show that tends to focus in on just one disaster for the entirety of a season. There are more disasters coming and then, on the other side of that, there will be some other personal stories. Be prepared to have your heart shattered here and there, as well.
The wait for the actual premiere of 9-1-1 is not too far away — it’s airing on Monday night! We’ll have some more scoop about that soon, so stick around for other insight…
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