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‘Chicago Fire’ Boss Reveals If Jesse Spencer Is Coming Back For The Season 10 Finale

Jesse Spencer left toward the start of ‘Chicago Fire’ season 10, and fans are contemplating whether he’ll return for the finish of the period. Co-showrunner Derek Haas is ‘confident’ about a Casey rebound.

The One Chicago being a fan was shaken when Jesse Spencer declared that he was leaving Chicago Fire similarly as season 10 was starting off. His personality, Matthew Casey, left Chicago and moved to Oregon to take care of the Darden young men. With the season 10 finale crawling ever nearer, will Jesse be returning to Chicago Fire?

“That sounds astonishing, all things considered. That would be an upset for our show in the event that we could convince Jesse to return. So status on that is all frameworks looking great. What’s more, indeed, I conversed with him last week so I’m extremely confident that that is going occur,” showrunner Derek Haas told TVLine during a One Chicago press trip.

Derek noticed that he would rather not “guarantee anything until cameras are rolling… yet it is our incredible assumption that we will see both Casey and [his girlfriend] Brett in the finale, since goliath, large thrilling things will be going on. This will be the best finale ever, I’ll feel free to say it.”

Jesse, who had been with Chicago Fire since its beginning in 2012, uncovered that it was a “individual” choice to leave the show. “It was a tough choice since I’ve cherished the show from the beginning, yet there’s different things that I might want to do from here on out and a family that I really want to deal with,” the entertainer said during a question and answer session.

Nonetheless, Jesse focused on that he would return to the show from here on out. “It was OK [saying goodbye] in light of the fact that there is an ideal potential for me to return. I actually am in Chicago at this moment. I’m not running off to Los Angeles or anything, in spite of the fact that I could escape for a tad for the colder time of year,” he proceeded. The entertainer noticed that he was simply “venturing back” and would “be back.” Chicago Fire airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on NBC.