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How And Where To Watch ‘9-1-1'

'9-1-1' is a look at the frightening and high-pressure situations emergency responders tackle.

By Tyler McCarthy
How to Watch '9-1-1' on USA Network

If you haven’t become well-acquainted with the fictional first responders on the hit drama “9-1-1,” now is a perfect time to start with episodes airing on USA Network. Whether you’re new to the show or just want to relive some of the 118’s best moments, USA is the place to be. 

For those unfamiliar, the show follows a handful of characters who work as first responders in the Los Angeles Police and Fire Departments as well as at a 9-1-1 call center in the city. Each episode sees the crew tackle new and exciting cases with life-or-death stakes, all while maintaining the camaraderie that any work family develops. 

“9-1-1” stars Angela Bassett as LAPD patrol sergeant Athena Grant-Nash, who just so happens to be married to Peter Krause’s Robert “Bobby” Nash, the LAFD Station 118 captain. Other key characters include Maddie Kendall (Jennifer Love Hewitt), Evan “Buck” Buckley (Oliver Stark), Henrietta “Hen” Wilson (Aisha Hinds), Howie “Chimney” Han (Kenneth Choi), Michael Grant (Rockmond Dunbar), May Grant (Corinne Massiah) and Harry Grant (Marcanthonee Reis).

Created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Tim Minear, “9-1-1” originally premiered in 2018 on Fox, but past episodes have found a new home on USA.

Get comfortable on Thursday nights going forward because four episodes of "9-1-1" will air on USA back-to-back starting at 7/6c.

New episodes of “9-1-1” air on Fox and can be streamed on its website. For those looking to catch up with the series ahead of the next batch of episodes airing on USA, the entire series can be found on Hulu, provided you have a subscription. 

It's easier than ever to dive into USA Network programming from anywhere, with full episodes available for streaming on your TV, smartphone or computer. Watch episodes with the USA Network App, available on iOS and Android by simply entering your cable, digital or satellite TV subscription information — or take advantage of three free credits that USA Network offers for watching without a login. Elsewhere, most shows are available on AppleTV, Amazon Fire TV, Rokuand through Chromecast. Individual episodes can be purchased on iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, and Google Play as well.  

Four episodes of "9-1-1" air on USA Network back-to-back on Thursdays starting at 7/6c.

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