For more than 11 seasons, Chicago Fire has captivated audiences with its stellar mix of nail-biting firefighting scenes, character-driven storytelling, and an exploration of the complexities of first responder life. The NBC show has a knack for creating cliffhangers and emotionally charged moments that keep audiences coming back for more.
The season finale of Chicago Fire successfully ignited viewers’ excitement especially with the return of Jesse Spencer. Matt Casey, played by Spencer, reappeared in the season finale after leaving the show at the end of 2021. During the story, Matt had moved to Portland, but he couldn’t resist Chicago, especially his beloved Sylvie.
We knew things were about to get complicated when Matt and Sylvie decided to try a long-distance relationship. As expected, it didn’t work out, and Sylvie started dating Dylan. Interestingly, Matt also admitted that he was dating someone, while he almost didn’t go through with Sylvie. When Matt returned to town, Dylan became insecure and this ruined his relationship with Sylvie. Through ups and downs, Sylvie announces that she is adopting a girl.
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Matt, inspired by Sylvie’s excitement, decides to make an unexpected move. On one knee, he presents Sylvie with a diamond ring. Sylvie was visibly surprised when the screen went dark. It’s a cliffhanger if you ever saw one.
Currently, there has been no cast announcement for the upcoming season of Chicago Fire. Will Spencer be back full time? There is no reason not to hope for a full-time return for him next season. However, in an interview with Deadline, Spencer is open to returning for some episodes next season, but did not confirm the possibility of a full-time return.
Also, Mush’s life hangs in the balance after a stray bullet, which adds a sad note to the ending. The future of the show is a bit uncertain as the writer’s strike is ongoing. Fans may have a long wait before they find out what the future holds for Matt and Mush.