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Survivors is the fourteenth and final episode of the fourth season of 9-1-1 and the sixtieth episode overall. It aired on May 24, 2021.

Synopsis

In the aftermath of the shooting, Athena and the 118 are on high alert when a sniper is targeting members of the LAFD. Meanwhile, Maddie makes a life decision.

Cast

Starring

Guest Starring

  • Tracie Thoms as Karen Wilson
  • Marsha Warfield as Antonia "Toni" Wilson
  • Cocoa Brown as Carla Price
  • Debra Christofferson as Sue Blevins
  • Gabrielle Walsh as Ana Flores
  • Megan West as Taylor Kelly
  • La Monde Byrd as Dr. David Hale
  • Dawnn Lewis as Detective Danvers
  • Ryan Dorsey as Ethan Copeland
  • Merrick McCartha as Chief Pate
  • Ronobir Lahiri as Captain Mehta
  • Ana Mercedes as Isabel Diaz
  • Terri Hoyos as Aunt Josephina
  • Adriana Santos as Evangeline Gonzalez
  • Steve Monroe as Mario Kosta

Co-Starring

  • Anirudh Pisharody as Ravi Panikkar
  • Chiquita Fuller as Linda Bates
  • Chris Wu as Officer Williams
  • Rick Chambers as Dwight Meyerson
  • Shane Conrad as Kenneth Malone
  • Emily Marie Wilson as Darcy
  • Mike Kersey as Cliff Naglack
  • Brandon Brown as Todd Browne
  • James Adam Lim as Trauma Nurse
  • Rajni Kareer as Trauma Surgeon
  • Sean Samuels as SWAT Sniper
  • David Proffitt as LAPD Instructor
  • Declan Pratt as Denny Wilson
  • Margot Terry as Nia

Trivia

  • Maddie emotionally quits her job at the call center, stating she did not feel like she had enough time with Jee-Yun, and stating she felt "not right" in her head. Although it was not mentioned by name, it is referenced to be symptoms of postpartum depression.
    • A PSA for postpartum depression was shown shortly after the episode ended.
  • Albert passes his firefighting exam, becoming a firefighter.

Continuity

  • This episode takes place directly following the ending of the previous episode.
  • Eddie mentions his parents trying to take Christopher away from him when Shannon left, referencing the events of "Eddie Begins".
  • Nia returns with her birth mother Evangeline, happily reuniting with Hen, Karen, and Toni. Evangeline is able to thank them for the help, and they invite her to lunch, effectively beginning a relationship between their families.

Multimedia

Gallery

Videos

References

9-1-1 Episode Guide
Season 1 "Pilot" • "Let Go" • "Next of Kin" • "Worst Day Ever" • "Point of Origin" • "Heartbreaker" • "Full Moon (Creepy AF)" • "Karma's a Bitch" • "Trapped" • "A Whole New You"
Season 2 "Under Pressure" • "7.1" • "Help Is Not Coming" • "Stuck" • "Awful People" • "Dosed" • "Haunted" • "Buck, Actually" • "Hen Begins" • "Merry Ex-Mas" • "New Beginnings" • "Chimney Begins" • "Fight or Flight" • "Broken" • "Ocean's 9-1-1" • "Bobby Begins Again" • "Careful What You Wish For" • "This Life We Choose"
Season 3 "Kids Today" • "Sink or Swim" • "The Searchers" • "Triggers" • "Rage" • "Monsters" • "Athena Begins" • "Malfunction" • "Fallout" • "Christmas Spirit" • "Seize the Day" • "Fools" • "Pinned" • "The Taking of Dispatch 9-1-1" • "Eddie Begins" • "The One That Got Away" • "Powerless" • "What's Next?"
Season 4 "The New Abnormal" • "Alone Together" • "Future Tense" • "9-1-1, What's Your Grievance?" • "Buck Begins" • "Jinx" • "There Goes the Neighborhood" • "Breaking Point" • "Blindsided" • "Parenthood" • "First Responders" • "Treasure Hunt" • "Suspicion" • "Survivors"
Season 5 "Panic" • "Desperate Times" • "Desperate Measures"
9-1-1: Lone Star Episode Guide
Season 1 "Pilot" • "Yee-Haw" • "Texas Proud" • "Act of God" • "Studs" • "Friends Like These" • "Bum Steer" • "Monster Inside" • "Awakening" • "Austin, We Have a Problem"
Season 2 "Back in the Saddle" • "2100°" • "Hold the Line" • "Friends With Benefits" • "Difficult Conversations" • "Everyone and Their Brother" • "Displaced" • "Bad Call" • "Saving Grace" • "A Little Help From My Friends" • "Slow Burn" • "The Big Heat" • "One Day" • "Dust to Dust"
Season 3 "The Big Chill"
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