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The latest look into Season 11 of Chicago Fire (which premieres September 21 at 9/8c) has revealed that while wedding bells were ringing during the Season 10 finale for Severide (Taylor Kinney) and Stella (Miranda Rae Mayo), it's not all happiness on their horizon. In the finale, we saw Severide carry Stella across the threshold of his cabin home in a fit of laughter, and initially, the newlyweds seem destined for a lovely honeymoon. But someone sinister seems to be lurking in the shadows near their cabin retreat, and it's not looking great for the firefighters' romantic respite.
Within moments, we see a distressed Stella in bed while Severide looks out the window. "What is that?" she asks. A distressed Severide turns and says, "There's someone here." The cabin door shakes as someone attempts to enter, and based on the short clip of someone with a shotgun nearby, it's not looking great for our Chicago Fire newlyweds. (The intruder is most likely someone tied to the drug lord Severide pissed off in Season 10.)
The One Chicago trailer also teases other moments of nail-biting tension, including Sgt. Voight's (Jason Beghe) response to Anna's death. How will Voight be able to move on after the devastating loss? A voice in the trailer tells him, "You're not OK. You're gonna lose this unit."
Season 7 of Chicago Med ended with many fan-favorite characters stuck inside a blazing apartment building. The action is begging for a Chicago Fire and Chicago Med crossover, but will Dylan (Guy Lockard) and Will (Nick Gehlfuss) be able to escape the burning disaster? Only time will tell.
The action returns in the newest seasons of Chicago Med, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Fire. One Chicago Wednesdays kick off Wednesday, September 21 at 8/7c, with episodes available to stream the next day on Peacock.
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