Liv Tyler won’t seem within the upcoming second season of “9-1-1: Lone Star” on Fox, Variety has confirmed.
According to a person with information of the scenario, Tyler approached producers over the summer season about exiting the show, regardless of having a multi-year contract. Her determination was due no less than partially to considerations about touring backwards and forwards from her house within the U.Okay. to shoot the show within the U.S. with the COVID-19 pandemic nonetheless affecting each international locations. Her character, Michelle Blake, won’t be recast or killed off, leaving the door open for her to return.
“What a thrill it was having a film star of Liv Tyler’s stature to assist us launch the primary season of ‘911: Lone Star,’” collection showrunner Tim Minear stated. “We liked working with Liv and will probably be without end indebted to her for her haunting, highly effective portrayal of Michelle Blake. While we have been capable of say an entire chapter in Michelle’s story, as with Connie Britton on our mothership, we additionally really feel like there are extra tales to be instructed. The door right here will at all times be open for a return.”
The pandemic continues to wreak havoc on Hollywood manufacturing, although some reveals have been capable of return to and full capturing beneath new well being and security tips.
“9-1-1: Lone Star” additionally stars Rob Lowe, Ronen Rubinstein, Sierra Aylina McClain, Jim Parrack, Natacha Karam, Brian Michael Smith, Rafael Silva, Julian Works, Brianna Baker, and Mark Elias. Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Tim Minear created the collection and function government producers, with Minear serving as showrunner. Alexis Martin Woodall, Bradley Buecker, John J. Gray, and Angela Bassett are additionally government producers together with Rashad Raisani. Buecker directed the premiere and extra episodes.
The show is produced twentieth Century Fox Television in affiliation with Ryan Murphy Television and Brad Falchuk Teley-Vision.
Deadline first reported Tyler’s exit.