The performer verified that production for season 11 is probably going to be postponed because of the ongoing writers’ strike while addressing a lecture on acting at Louisiana State University.
He said, “After the writers’ strike, it’s only natural that writers would need a buffer of about three weeks to conceptualize stories again, before starting to warm up their rooms and begin working.”
The filming of the show, in which LaRoyce plays Officer Kevin Atwater, is set to begin in the next two months as negotiations to close a deal to be on the show commence. According to Spy Digital, he said, “if we have a couple more months, it is hopeful that we will be able to find an agreement.” I am optimistic and faithful that we can find an agreement before we have to climb a big hill, based on my personal research.
While the Writers Guild of America and the Producers of Television and Motion Picture have yet to reach an agreement, insiders in the industry have predicted that the strike will draw close in the fall.
So, when will Chicago Police Department and the other One Chicago series come back to our screens?
Shows Order & Law of episodes new any include doesn’t which schedule fall its to changes some announced NBC, month this earlier.
This means that there will be no new episodes of Chicago PD, Chicago Fire, and Chicago Med broadcasting on Wednesday nights throughout the fall season.
On September 27th, instead of airing reruns of Chicago One, NBC will initially broadcast the finale of America’s Got Talent season on Wednesday evening.
In the year 2024, viewers can most likely anticipate the arrival of fresh episodes. Once a consensus has been reached, the commencement of production is expected, indicating that the strike is forecasted to conclude during the autumn season.