It’s been properly over two years since Torrey DeVitto was a recurring determine within the “One Chicago” franchise and practically a 12 months since Yaya DaCosta made her last look so far as her longtime “Chicago Med” character, April Sexton. They’re not the one actors that “One Chicago” followers have needed to go some time with out seeing on their TV screens, although. New episodes of “Chicago P.D.,” “Chicago Med,” and “Chicago Fireplace” have been delayed indefinitely as a result of this 12 months’s WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes.The previous labor effort was lastly resolved in late September, however its graduation in early Might prevented any new “One Chicago” scripts from being written in time for the franchise’s standard fall return window. Whereas the WGA’s strike has ended, SAG-AFTRA’s strike remains to be ongoing. Sadly, contemplating that negotiations between the Display screen Actors Guild and Hollywood’s main studios broke down not too long ago, it’s unclear when the previous’s months-long labor effort will conclude.Meaning followers nonetheless don’t know when the present solid members of “Chicago P.D.,” “Chicago Med,” and “Chicago Fireplace,” together with Marina Squerciati, will have the ability to begin filming new episodes of their respective reveals. With that in thoughts, it’s value noting that Squerciati’s earlier reunion put up with DeVitto and their fellow “One Chicago” co-star, Nick Gehlfuss, was truly a present of help from all three performers for the SAG-AFTRA strike.As irritating as this 12 months’s TV delays undoubtedly have been and can proceed to be for “One Chicago” followers, they’ll at the least take consolation in understanding that the franchise’s actors are nonetheless simply as tight-knit as they’ve ever been. Marina Squerciati has made that very clear this fall.
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