NBC Renews Chicago Fire, Law & Order, and Four More Dick Wolf Shows


Wolf has a flawless renewal score at NBC and is on a roll. The executive producer of all the shows in Law and Order as well as Chicago Universe television programs will be coming back to the same with new seasons. 

On Monday, NBC revealed the news of the six series renewals. In a recent interview, Wolf stated, that he was overjoyed with over forty years of association with NBC and Universal Studios. The ultimate honor, he said, to their outstanding casts, writers, and producers is that all six of their programs have been renewed, he said. He also wanted to thank his devoted viewers who kept their NBC series in production for a total of 84 seasons.

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Excited remarks were also made by Lisa Katz, head of NBCUniversal’s Scripted Television and Streaming. The upcoming season will feature more of these individuals’ experiences because they recognize the intimate connections their fans have built with certain characters over the years. Lisa further said thanks to Wolf and his fantastic ideas for consistently creating engrossing television. One of the network’s highest-grossing brands remains to be Wolf’s longest-running universe of Law and Order.

The first one which Chicago Fire franchise game is the most popular. Taylor Kinney normally plays the series lead, but he just took a break. 

Despite missing cast members, Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, and Chicago P.D. continue their operations. Recently, there have been some changes in the Chicago Fire world, but they are to be expected from a show that has been on television for more than ten years. Jesse Spencer, a fan favorite, made a surprise appearance in Season 11 but indicated that, while he never says, he doesn’t see himself returning full-time to the show.