Liv Tyler is making tracks for Texas. The Leftovers alumna will star reverse Decide Lowe in Fox’s 9-1-1: Lonestar, a by-product of the widespread procedural, our sister set Time limit reports.

Tyler’s character, chief paramedic Michelle Blake, is described as “equal parts compassionate and ruthless” with a horrible-lady wit that comes in at hand when she’s sparring with Lowe’s character, a firefighter named Owen who relocates to Austin from Contemporary York. And Michelle has an enticing backstory of her indulge in: She’s fascinating to pick out out out what came about to her youthful sister Iris, who intended missing two years in the past. Per Michelle’s appropriate description, “she’ll close at nothing to hit upon the truth — despite the indisputable fact that it plot burning her indulge in existence down.”

As well to her stint on The Leftovers, Tyler’s minute-display mask credit encompass roles on Hulu’s Harlots and the BBC miniseries Gunpowder.

“The class of having successful drama cherish 9-1-1 from the genius minds of Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Tim Minear is it lets you hit upon thrilling experiences as urged by technique of an array of distinctive characters,” Michael Thorn, president of entertainment at Fox, said when the spinoff became first announced. “In 9-1-1: Lone Large title, they’ve given us a particular more than just a few to extend the franchise into new territory — literally and figuratively — and we’e extremely satisfied to have the incomparable Decide Lowe headline this new iteration when it joins our time desk next season.”

Will you compare out 9-1-1: Lonestar when it premieres on Jan. 19, 2020? Descend a statement with your ideas on Fox’s spinoff — and its most in vogue casting announcement — below.