All about #OneChicagoDay: Chicago 'Med', 'P.D.' and 'Fire' premieres back-to-back on September 26

Instead of treating fans to individual season premieres, the peacock network has made it a night-long affair, airing all the new episodes together on Wednesday, September 26.


                            All about #OneChicagoDay: Chicago 'Med', 'P.D.' and 'Fire' premieres back-to-back on September 26

Unless you are living under a rock, the premiere marathon of NBC's Chicago series, featuring back-to-back episodes from 'Med', 'P.D.', and 'Fire', shouldn't come as a surprise. Instead of treating fans to individual season premieres, the peacock network seems to have decided to make it a night-long affair for fans, airing all the new episodes together on Wednesday, September 26. 

Check out the key art celebrating "One city. One family. One night" below:



 

According to TV Insider, there are some changes in order for the cast of the three shows in the new season. While 'Med's cast supposedly remains intact, with all the actors returning for the upcoming fourth season of the medical drama, the same can't be said for 'P.D.'s series regular Elias Koteas, whose character Detective Alvin Olinsky was killed off in an unforeseen plot twist in season 5. 



 

The same goes for 'Fire' as well, which had to bid goodbye to series regular Monica Raymund, who brought firefighter and paramedic Gabby Dawson to life.

Dishing on what's next in store for fans of 'Chicago P.D.', showrunner Rick Eid previously said: "I can say that there will be a romantic relationship explored in the very early part of the season. I don’t want to say who. Two people on our team will be romantically linked.” He also revealed how Ruzek and Upton will be “having problems with each other", as they tackle the events of the last season.

As for some relationship update from 'Chicago Fire', co-creator Derek Haas teased, "Casey is going to be going through, pretty much what our audience is going through: frustration, disappointment, anger, unresolved feelings, There’s going to be talk of how quick she left and how long it’s been and what is happening.”  



 

'Chicago Med', 'Chicago Fire' and, 'Chicago P.D.' premiere back-to-back on NBC on Wednesday, September 26, from 8 p.m. onwards.