For 11 seasons, Chicago Fire has captivated audiences with its exquisite mix of heart-pounding firefighting scenes, character-driven storytelling, and exploration of the intricacies of a first responder’s life. NBC shows are great at creating cliffhangers and emotional moments that keep viewers coming back for more.
Chicago Fire’s season finale did a great job of whetting the audience, especially with the return of Jesse Spencer. Spencer’s Matt Casey reappeared in the season finale after leaving the show at the end of 2021. As the story goes, Matt moved to Portland but couldn’t resist the pull from Chicago, especially his beloved Sylvie.
When Matt and Sylvie decided to go long distance, we knew things would get complicated. As expected, it didn’t work out and Sylvie started dating Dylan. Interestingly, Matt also confessed she was dating someone, even though he hadn’t forgotten about Sylvie yet. When Matt returns to town, Dylan becomes insecure and ruins his relationship with Sylvie. In the midst of her ups and downs, Sylvie declares that she will adopt her baby girl.
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Inspired by Sylvie’s excitement, Matt makes an unlikely move. He gets down on one knee and presents Sylvie with a diamond ring. Sylvie was visibly surprised when the screen went black. If you’ve seen it, it’s a cliffhanger.
No casting has been announced for the next season of Chicago Fire. Will Spencer return to a full-time role? There’s no reason not to hope for a full-time return next season. However, in an interview with Deadline, Spencer expressed a willingness to return for some episodes next season, but has not confirmed the possibility of a full-time return.
In addition, Mushu’s life is threatened by a stray bullet, adding a sad atmosphere to the ending. The future of the show is a bit uncertain due to an ongoing writers’ strike. Fans may have to wait a long time to find out what Matt and Mouche’s future holds.