‘Chicago Fire’ Adds Michael Bradway To Season 12

EXCLUSIVE: NBC’s Chicago Fire continues to heat up.

Season 12 will see the addition of Michael Bradway (Marked Men) in a recurring role, sources close to production tell Deadline. In his television debut, Bradway will play charming firefighter Jack Damon, making his first appearance in episode 10, I hear. He could potentially become a series regular next season.

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Bradway’s casting comes as One Chicago continues to mix things up with actors exiting and new ones coming aboard. On Friday, we revealed exclusively the addition of Jocelyn Hudon, who has secured a role as a new paramedic. The new hires follow the departures of Alberto Rosende and Kara Killmer, who were with the firefighter procedural for multiple seasons, and Rome Flynn, following six episodes.

NBC recently renewed all three One Chicago series — Chicago MedChicago Fire and Chicago P.D. — for the 2024-25 season. Med was renewed for Season 10, Fire for Season 13 and P.D. for Season 12. All three shows are produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, in association with Wolf Entertainment.

All three franchise shows air Wednesday nights with Chicago Med at 8 p.m., Chicago Fire at 9 p.m. and Chicago P.D. at 10 p.m. All episodes are available on the next day via Peacock.

Bradway has previously appeared in the feature films Marked Men directed by Nick Cassavetes and co-starring Alexander Ludwig, and Copperhead directed by Jamie Marshall. He is repped by Luber Roklin Entertainment and GGSSC.

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