SPOILER ALERT – Do not continue reading if you don’t want to know what happened on the 9-1-1 season three finale!
The season three finale of 9-1-1 just aired and it featured the return of Connie Britton‘s Abby after two years away from the show.
In the episode, Abby was returning to L.A. with her new fiance and they were involved in a deadly car crash. Oliver Stark‘s Buck, her ex-boyfriend, was one of the firefighters who responded to the crash and he helped save her fiance’s life.
At the end of the episode, there was a big celebration and we found out that one of the lead characters is going to be having a baby.
Click inside for the spoilers from the finale…
Jennifer Love Hewitt‘s Maddie and Kenneth Choi‘s Chimney are going to be parents!
9-1-1 showrunner Tim Minear said to TheWrap, “I don’t know if it entirely came out of nowhere because we definitely highlighted a very sexy night for them, they got their hotel sweet comped! And he had also expressed to his little brother Albert that he was, in fact, having a very full relationship with Maddie. So that was definitely in the water. And I think that their relationship reached a place that even Maddie acknowledged, even though she couldn’t quite say the words at first — they were there, they were in a stable, loving place. There’s no cuter couple on TV than Maddie and Chimney. There’s no nicer actors, but also no nicer characters, than Chimney and Maddie on TV, who have been through so much and deserve something wonderful, so I’m giving it to them.”
Tim also revealed that the Maddie and Chimney storyline will be continued in season four.
“Oh, we’re not going to skip anything,” he said. “That story is going to continue to be told. It may be told in a sideways fashion, it may not be told in the way you completely expect it, but we’re not just going to move off it. That’s the beginning of a story, not the end of a story.”
We’re going to be waiting a while for season four though as 9-1-1 is not on Fox’s schedule for the fall lineup. See what did make the cut.
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