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Will There Be A One Chicago Crossover Before The 2022 Season Wraps?

One of the most thrilling aspects of being a devoted viewer of the "One Chicago" tapestry of NBC dramas is seeing characters from "Chicago Fire," "Chicago P.D.," and "Chicago Med" crossing over between the various series and interacting with one another. These types of crossover events are a staple of the franchise, but they were, understandably, much more frequent in the pre-COVID era. We did get a small bit of Windy City synergy this year in the "Chicago Med" episode "What You Don't Know Can't Hurt You," which saw appearances from "Chicago Fire" characters Capp (Randy Flagler) and Tony (Anthony Ferraris). That little taste no doubt has fans wondering if any other such events are on the horizon. 

Well, an executive producer for the franchise has addressed that very question and given fans some info regarding whether or not we have any such crossovers to look forward to before the end of the current season for each of the shows.

Don't expect any One Chicago crossover events in the near future

At a recent "One Chicago" press day, Executive Producer Diane Frolov weighed in on the question of whether there were any more crossovers planned for the current seasons of any of the "One Chicago" shows. As reported by TV Insider, she had some unfortunate news for fans. Due to the difficulty of filming during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it looks as though there won't be any other crossovers in the immediate future. Frolov explained, "The hope is we'll be able to do more of that next season, but we really can't plan them right now." 

While the bad news is that we don't have any more "One Chicago" crossovers coming down the pike in the immediate future, the good news is that at least we won't be disappointed by their absence now that we know the truth. And there are always future crossovers in future seasons to look forward to. Hopefully, the producers of the "One Chicago" franchise will try to make up for lost opportunities in future seasons of their beloved shows.