Explore the high-pressure experiences of police officers, paramedics and firefighters who are thrust into the most frightening, shocking and heart-stopping situations. These emergency responders must try to balance saving those who are at their most vulnerable with solving the problems in their own lives.
911 is our go to guilty pleasure show. No one is watching this show for its realism. It is over the top most of the time, but really, that's what makes it fun. If you need to turn off your brain for 43 minutes, watch this.
My fiance watches it. I've seen it before. There is nothing particularly bad about it. The stories are well written. It's well acted. It can be engaging. But...I watched ER back in the 90s. I've seen Chicago Fire. I've seen Hill Street Blues. I've seen Law and Order. CHIPS, Baywatch, you name it. My issue with it is that it's just like so many other other dramas that I watched over the years that I can't really bring myself to care that much about it. But I won't fault it for quality, what it does it does well. It's just what it does has been done a thousand times before.
A series full of action, a series with many sensitive scenes that made me cry to live with the "9-1-1" team. A funny series but at the same time realistic and dramatic. Maybe what I'm saying doesn't make sense, but it's worth seeing. I recommend this series.
Very good show. If it doesn't touch your heart, then I don't know what else can do it. It makes me cry, makes me laugh. It's clearly made with heart. Also no propaganda, racism and hatred in this show and this is second show from Fox which I watched and loved (after The Resident). Seems like Fox makes best shows. Fox seems a last standing bastion of hope in a middle of propaganda that nowaday American shows are infected. Keep up the good work guys.