‘Chicago Fire’ creator Derek Haas exits one Chicago franchise, Wolf Entertainment – Deadline

Derek Haascreator NBC‘s Chicago fire Which also helped in the development Chicago BD And the Chicago Med, on moving away from One Chicago Franchise and Wolf Entertainment, Deadline confirmed. It will come out next year when the current TV season ends.

Haas will be leaving to create new shows but is committed to finishing his work on the two series as he serves as associate show director, NBC’s Chicago fire and CBS’ FBI: Internationalmost recently co-created with Dick Wolf.

News of his exit arrives as Wolf Entertainment continues to make major changes to its talent roster, even though most of the upheaval has been happening so far in front of the camera. hijacked by cooper It was the last team out Chicago Med, which has seen a lot of business turnover lately. It follows Sarah Rafferty, Christine Hager and Jay Lockard, most recently. The deadline has been exclusively confirmed In October, the original cast member Brian Twho played Dr. Ethan Choi during the show’s eight seasons, Will be He appeared on his last episode in December after 8 seasons with the medical drama.

In 2021, fans were shocked to hear OG members Yaya DaCosta and Torey DeVito would step up. A similar shock permeated across Wolf Entertainment shows including Jesse Lee Soffer’s exit from Chicago BDand Jesse Spencer’s last bow earlier this year from Chicago fire.

Law and Order: Special Victims The unit also said a surprise farewell to Kelly Gidish for “complicated reasons”.

Variety was the first to report Haas’ departure.

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