Chicago Fire capped off season 5 with a major cliffhanger, and we finally have a sneak peek at what’s headed our way when the show returns next month…well, sort off.
On Wednesday (Aug. 23), Chicago Fire creator Derek Haas decided to prank fans by giving them literally what they’ve been asking for: a first look at the first premiere episode of season six.
“Preview just for you guys. #ChicagoFire,” Haas captioned his video of the season six premiere episode.
So what exactly does Haas give away in this clip? Not a lot, unfortunately. In fact, he doesn’t even show any footage from the episode, but he does show off the first episode’s DVD. See what we mean by literally?
Once he puts the DVD into his player, we do see the show’s logo and the title of the episode, which is, “It Wasn’t Enough.” Needless to say, fans were not having it!
Although we don’t get much info — or any really — from this teaser, Haas has regularly been sharing pictures from set, and offering hints about the upcoming season. The biggest news, besides this episode title tease, is that there will be a time jump during the first episode.
To top it off, Haas has also said that he’s totally on board for another Chicago crossover event come midseason, which makes us so happy.
Chicago Fire returns for season 6 on September 28, 2017 on NBC.
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