Lisa Edelstein is Leaving ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ After 2 Seasons

Lisa Edelstein who plays Gwyneth Morgan is leaving the Fox drama series 9-1-1: The Lone Star after 2 seasons, and will say her final goodbyes in the next episode (Episode 8).

According to Variety, Lisa Edelstein who played the wife of Rob Lowe’s character (Owen Strand) in the series and mother of T.K. Strand (Ronen Rubenstein) is exiting 9-1-1: Lone Star.

Her departure from the show was hinted towards the end of Monday’s episode (Red vs. Blue) when TK received a phone call informing him that his mother has been killed. However, Episode 7 did not show her death yet, but we do know that she is going officially and the next episode will definitely be a tear-jerker.

Fans are not taking the news in a good way, as her exit has left viewers devastated. You can follow this Twitter thread for reading fans’ sentiments.

Edelstein joined Lone Star in the second season playing Owen’s ex-wife who arrives in Austin after her son gets hospitalized. She had a recurring role in the second season of the series.

Expanding his thoughts on Edelstein’s exit from the show, showrunner, Tim Minear told Variety,

“Life is never one thing. And it’s relentless. I wanted Gwyn’s death to happen the way these sometimes do – out of the blue without fanfare. It comes at a moment for TK when things are good. He and Carlos are at the next level. His fire family has been reunited. His mother’s death is a game changer for TK. But also for Owen and Carlos. The way TK deals with this loss and grief will tell us a lot about where he is and where he came from. And Owen will have his own reckoning with his past with Gwyn.”

Edelstein has appeared in two out of seven episodes of season 3, with the eighth episode as her last. You can catch all episodes of 9-1-1: Lone Star on Mondays, 8/7c, on Fox.

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