After Surprising “Chicago Fire” Exit Jesse Spencer’s emotional Behind-the Scenes Video Shared.


Jesse Spencer ended his time at Firehouse 51 in a touching video that paid tribute to Chicago Fire’s experience. Spencer’s Captain Matthew Casey made his exit announcement during the drama series’ milestone 200th episode. He also shared his new track. “FireBug (si ça te fait plaisir)  “Translates into “if it pleases you, “A behind-the-scenes video of his time onscreen.

The video was four minutes long and offered a peek behind the scenes of Spencer’s time. Chicago FireThe video shows the actor with his former co-stars, Taylor Kinney, Monica Raymund, and David Eigenberg. The video accompanied his singing and ukelele playing. It featured Spencer’s ten-year tenure on the show. The HouseSpencer singing, however, was clear that he will not soon forget his time with NBC. “well, that flame forever burns in my heart, “You can continue to add. “just would not have been the same without you all right here.” #ChicagoFire

— Jesse Spencer (@Jesse_Spencer) October 21, 2021

Spencer, who starred as Captain Matthew Casey (one of the leaders at Firehouse 51) since 2012’s Dick Wolf series premiere, officially left the show on Wednesday night’s historic episode 200. The episode saw Spencer’s character tell Sylvie Brett and coworkers about his plans to move to Portland, Oregon, to care for Andy Darden, his best friend. In the series premiere, Darden was killed. His son Griffin arrived in Chicago and asked for help. Spencer, the onscreen counterpart, went on to find a job with Portland Fire Department.

Spencer addressed reporters about his exit from the show and said he was ready to break from television networks. Spencer was able to secure his role. Chicago FireAfter his eight seasons on House. According to him, he “realized I’ve been doing TV for a long time, “He has been there for him, and he is still here. “loved the show from the star, “There are “other things that I would like to do in the future, and there’s some family that I need to take care of, and 18 years is a long time.” He decided it was time to leave and called Derek Haas, the showrunner. “and broke him the news, said I thought it was time to leave the show, and he agreed that we should at least get Casey to 200 episodes.”

Spencer might not have died on the 200th episode. Chicago FireHowever, he did not appear. Haas and he both revealed that the story was open for the actor to return. “just stepping back for right now.” Chicago Fire’s new episodes air Wednesdays on NBC.