Is Matt Leaving Chicago Fire: In this post, you’ll find some spoilers from Chicago Fire season 10, episode 4, as well as a promotional video for the upcoming episode.
In the next few episodes, we’ll reach the landmark 200th episode of Chicago Fire. These landmark episodes are usually marked by a significant event, and it appears that for our programme, that event will be the departure of a character.
After Casey left town to check how Griffin and Ben were doing, she returned to find out how they were doing. He wants to assist children, but when he recommended that they be brought back to Chicago to live with him as their guardian, the social worker and the school guidance counselor both expressed their opposition. The boys have a link to their present town and are close enough to their mother’s prison to be able to pay her a visit when she is released.
As a result, the only thing Casey can do to act as a guardian to the boys is to physically visit them. He doesn’t want them to be separated and placed in different foster homes, but is he ready to put his job and maybe his relationship with Brett on the line for this?
Casey seemed to have made up his mind, at least on the surface. In the ad for the 200th episode, we get the impression that it would be the final episode of the series. Everyone, with the exception of Brett, is ready to see him depart. A small scene appears in the trailer during which the two characters debate what this may imply for their relationship.
After Casey (Jesse Spencer) went out of town to see how Griffin and Ben were doing, the episode concluded with Casey returning home.
He wants to assist children, but when he recommended that they be brought back to Chicago to live with him as their guardian, the social worker, and the school guidance counselor both expressed their opposition.
The boys have a link to their present town and are close enough to their mother’s prison to be able to pay her a visit when she is released. Spencer hasn’t stated whether or not he plans to leave Chicago Fire, but that doesn’t rule out the possibility.
He has been a part of the show since its inception in 2012, and his departure would be a significant blow to the overall success of the show.
It is unclear what the current state of Jesse’s contract is, given his most recent public renewal was announced in 2019. However, the actor has only had positive things to say about his time on the show and has not committed to any other big parts.
He has already mentioned numerous plots that he will be a part of in season 10 – giving us reason to believe he will be around for a while.
Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, and Chicago PD are all still airing on NBC on a weekly basis. Every Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET/PT, you may watch it on NBC.com. Watch Chicago Med at 8 p.m. ET/PT and Chicago PD at 10 p.m. ET/PT on the same day and time.