Angel stars confirmed for season 3 of 9-1-1 Lone Star

9-1-1: The Lone Star spoilers follow.

angel stars Julie Benz and Amy Acker are gearing up for some sort of reunion, both having signed up to appear in the upcoming third season of 9-1-1: The Lone Star.

They won’t be seen onscreen together, apparently, but that’s not the point. According to TV initiate, Benz – who played Darla on Buffy the vampire slayer and its David Boreanaz-directed spin-off – is set to appear in the Season 3 premiere, while Acker – who played Fred and Illyria in Angel – will not appear until the fifth episode.

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Benz’s character Sadie is said to be an outdoor artist, who occupies the country cabin next to Rob Lowe’s Captain Owen Strand.

“Sadie is here for this first adventure [of the ice storm hitting Austin], and she absolutely could come back at some point, “executive producer Tim Minear told the publication.” Owen and Sadie aren’t exactly a romantic couple, but two wonderful, self-confident people who find themselves in a moment of crisis.”

It is confirmed that Acker will appear in more than one episode, as she brings Catherine, the “accomplished” and “formidable” chief of staff to the governor of Texas.

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“She’s in politics in a kind of rarefied space. She’s someone who will step into Owen’s orbit,” Minear explained, describing the couple’s dynamic as “super fun and sexy.”

Former Benz Actor Credits Include Roswell, Desperate housewives, Hawaii Five-O and Dexter. Acker’s filmography is made up of titles such as Doll house, Combinations, The gifted and Person of interest.

9-1-1: The Lone Star aired on FOX in the United States and Witness to heaven in the United Kingdom.

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