In its 3rd season, “9-1-1” presents minor improvements, but due to being a procedural, which leads to some inconsistency, it often feels like more of the same.
9-1-1: Season 3
As with the finale of nearly every season of 9-1-1, the ending is a bit shocking – but this time in a good way.
While we may not see Abby until the end of the episode, a whole lot happens that makes it clear why they needed the season finale to be two parts.
While not a Christmas episode, Buck meets the ghost of Christmas future and it shakes him to his core.
While Eddie has been around for nearly 2 whole seasons, and heavily featured, “Eddie Begins” dives into his backstory father than ever before.
Similar to the bank robbery episode last season, it’s all about the con in the latest episode of 9-1-1.
As Michael and his family deal with him possibly dying, Chim tries to bring new life to his relationship with Maddie.
As many struggle with the possibility of being alone, Christopher also deals with not being able to do anything like his dad always says he can.
“9-1-1” returns with Chim’s younger brother coming to Los Angeles and triggering Chim’s childhood trauma.
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Like a holiday movie, 9-1-1 mixes in a lot of sweet moments with a bit of darkness that some might see as devastating.