“It ends ten years for me,” Spencer told members of the media of his release from the series. “I think it was pretty organic that he was going and going for three years, but wasn’t it?” We do not know. We have known for a long time how these comrades went through life and death together. It’s hard to say goodbye, you know, see you soon, kind of thing. It was bittersweet, but I really enjoyed it and we had a good laugh.
Series executive producer Derek Haas has revealed his feelings about having to say goodbye to Spencer while reflecting on how much they’ve accomplished together.
“I hate that Jessie leaves,” he said. “It was a very difficult episode to write. He’s been amazing from day one of the pilot until now and he’s one of my favorite people beyond acting. Whenever I was in Chicago, I would call Jessie to get together. Anyway, I have bittersweet feelings or just bitter feelings but I thought the episode went really well. I just want to publicly thank Jesse for his amazing service and friendship and for making the show amazing. “
Spencer explained that after spending nearly two decades on the small screen, he is eager to explore other opportunities.
“I realized that I had been doing television for a long time, I added it up,” he shared. “I think this year is my 18th year on TV because I went straight from lodge To Chicago fire. We were getting to the 200th episode and I called Derek to let him know that it was time for me to quit the show. He agreed that we should at least get Casey to the 200th episode. It was a tough decision because I loved the show from the start but there are other things I would like to do in the future. There are family I have to take care of, and 18 years is a long time.
With Casey and Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer) just starting their relationship, things will get tough for the couple as they attempt a long distance.
“It was difficult because I really love Kara and we made a really great relationship. I really enjoyed working with her, ”Spencer said. “And there’s always a chance I’ll come back too. We always play with the “Will Casey come back?” It’s a possibility, you know. Derek and I talked about it and it’s a possibility for me too.
Leaving the show rarely means you stay gone, as it did with Spencer’s former costar Monica Raymund, who played his wife Gabby Dawson for six seasons. She returned as a guest star in seasons 7 and 8.
“I just found out,” Raymund told Deadline exclusively about Spencer’s departure in the Season 2 premiere of his Starz series. Upper town. “I miss my man. I miss my Casey.
She added, “I wish Jesse all the best. I love him so much. They were so lucky to have him and I can’t wait to see what he does next.
Raymund also confirmed that she was due to return at the end of last season but was unable to do so due to Covid restrictions. His comeback was reportedly linked to Matt and Sylvie’s story as Sylvie struggled to move forward with the new romance due to her friendship with Gabby and fear that he still had feelings for her ex. -wife.
And just like Spencer, Raymund is still open to a return to Firehouse 51.
“I love Derek, he’s my boy,” she said with a broad smile. “I never close the door on Gabriela Dawson. The door is always open. I never say no to a storytelling opportunity.
Could Dawsey’s paths still cross at Stellaride’s wedding? You will have to keep watching.
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