For those of you eager to get some more Brettonio scenes coming up on Chicago Fire season 6, rest assured that there is some more coming your way!
While at the One Chicago Day press junket earlier today Jon Seda confirmed to CarterMatt that there will be some quality scenes coming for his character and Kara Killmer’s Brett in the near future, saying “let’s just say that you haven’t seen the last of Brettonio yet.” While they won’t be in the fall finale, by the end of that episode you may be able to get a sense as to how this storyline could be coming together for them. Seda will be making appearances on Chicago Fire and it comes about in a pretty organic way based on the story.
At the start of the season it was teased that Brett and Antonio will be spending more time together; while we cannot confirm at present that the two will be romantically involved for a long period of time, spending time together may be enough to tide over fans of this couple. There is a lot to like about these two being together since they are both passionate and as strong-willed as they come. They also have a history that can be mined from so this relationship is more than just getting an opportunity to see these two characters spend time with together.
Obviously, the relationship between Brett and Antonio is not the only one that is going on in the One Chicago universe, and it may not be the only one that you find yourself rooting for in the up coming episodes. You may get a sense of another romantic pairing when you watch the fall finale on NBC Thursday night — rest assured, we’ll have a little more news in regards to that later in this week. Relationships are at the heart of the show and when you have people working in such close proximity with one another it is almost always bound to cause some sparks to fly.
For the time being, what we want to know from you is this: Are you still rooting for Brettonio as much as you once were? Share in the comments section below!
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