‘Chicago Fire’ Season 6: Death, Romance, New Adventures Ahead For Firehouse 51 Team, Says Showrunner [SPOILERS]

"Chicago Fire" Season 6 will have romance, new adventures and death ahead for the Firehouse 51 team.

6:00 AM EDT 5/18/2017 by Lauren Duffy, Celebeat Reporter

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"Chicago Fire" just capped off its fifth season with a deadly cliffhanger. As the NBC series has already been renewed for Season 6, showrunner Derek Haas breaks down the season 5 finale, including what is ahead for the characters in the sixth season.

Spoilers ahead! Continue reading if you want to learn more about the details of this story.

"Chicago Fire" Season 6 spoilers tease that the upcoming season will closely follow the events from the season 5 finale. Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, co-showrunner Derek Haas explained that they decided to end the show with a cliffhanger to serve as a reminder about the show's nature.

As seen in the season 5 finale, Casey and Mouch were both in danger after being stuck in a burning building. Haas teased that "Chicago Fire" Season 6 will not have a time jump and will unveil what happened to the characters since that cliffhanger.

"Chicago Fire" Season 6 spoilers from the showrunner also reveal that the overall theme for the upcoming season will remain as family. This led to speculations that Casey may quit Firehouse 51 in order to focus on his newly married life with Dawson.

Adventure is also a prevailing theme for "Chicago Fire" Season 6, says the showrunner. However, it still remains to be seen whether both Casey and Mouch will survive the fire or if one (or both) will die.

"Chicago Fire" Season 6 has been officially renewed by NBC and the show still remains as one of the network's strongest. Per TV Series Finale, the show received an average rating of 1.52 in the 18-49 demographic.

While this is 12 percent lower than the previous seasons, "Chicago Fire" still remains as the second most watched show on NBC. Season 5 also averaged 7.05 million viewers.

Do you think Casey and Mouch will survive on "Chicago Fire" Season 6? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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