Excited for Chicago Fire season 7? We are too, even if we are also very much aware of the fact that the premiere is still a good month and a half away.
At least within this article we can offer up a couple more teases to get you excited, starting off with this: There’s a reason to be worried about some characters in the second episode of the season. This was confirmed by executive producer (and exceptional tweeter) Derek Hass, who made it clear that this was the “biggest scariest” episode that the writers have ever done on the series. That should be exciting given that there is a lot of dangerous stuff that happens on this series and it’s been around for a long-enough time that there’s been opportunities where they’ve given us a lot of dangerous stuff already.
Let’s just hope now that danger does not equal losing more beloved characters, largely because that is something that we’ve experienced many times over already. Be afraid, though, given that Chicago Fire has had the guts to kill off many different characters already…
On a different note, Haas also made it clear that there are going to be some opportunities moving forward to explore more of Stella Kidd’s past, including what she was like back in high school. We know that Miranda Rae Mayo has been wanting to explore some of Stella’s backstory for a while now (she even told us that at One Chicago Day last year), so we’re glad that we’re getting more of a chance to dive into that now.
Chicago Fire season 7 is premiering on NBC on Wednesday, September 26 and remember that the series is also airing alongside both Chicago Med and Chicago PD. There are more crossover possibilities now than ever before which has us more than a little bit excited for the new season to kick off.
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