Ryan Guzman is probably best known for playing Eddie Diaz on Fox’s incredibly popular 9-1-1. At least until this week. On Sunday he became famous for a completely different reason: he admitted on Instagram Live that he uses racial slurs with his friends. “I have plenty of friends- black, white,
I feel like this season of 9-1-1 just started, but we’ve already reached the finale. “What’s Next?”, a very appropriate title in my opinion, left me very excited for next season but also answered some of the viewers’ questions and gave us closure. Let’s review. Last week’s episode of 9-1-1
This week’s episode of 9-1-1, “Pinned” was another intense one with several gruesome rescues and some new developments with Chim and Maddie’s relationship. Plus, that ending! But we’ll get to that later. “Pinned” begins a bowling alley. And let me just say that Jesse is the most useless employee ever.
This episode of 9-1-1: Lone Star, “Friends Like These” focused on friendships, both within the firehouse and the cases of the week. I have to say I really loved this episode since friendships are usually my favorite parts of television shows. At the beginning of “Friends Like These” the team
The third episode of 9-1-1: Lone Star, “Texas Proud” was a step in the right direction in terms of character development and storylines. The team responded to some pretty weird calls, TK and Judd came to an understanding, and Michelle made some progress with her sister’s case. The first call