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BEVERLY HILLS — When viewers last checked in with “Chicago Fire” firefighter Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney), he was trying to have a baby with Shay (Lauren German) via In Vitro fertilization. In the season one finale, Kelly’s former girlfriend Renée (Sarah Shahi) showed up several months pregnant.
“Shay and Kelly’s plans definitely get put on hold,” Kinney told the Journal during this week’s Television Critics Association summer press tour. The second season will return two months after the finale ended.
“I think he’s a loyal friend and he’s still up for [having a baby] if Shay is,” Kinney added, “but he’s also having this child with Renée, which he didn’t know about and didn’t expect. It’s a case of bad timing for Shay but I don’t think, if she really wants it, that he will back out.”
That means Kelly will have two babies with two different women.
“That will be a source of turmoil for sure,” Kinney added. “It didn’t work out with Renée logistically and he’s accepting the father figure role,” he added.
While things are decidedly complicated on the home front, Kinney said Kelly’s work life will also heat up. Last season he had an underwater scuba diving scene and the actor said he’d like to complete his certification this year. He didn’t go through the full firefighter training, but ended up hanging out at firehouses, watching the Super Bowl and going to hockey games with local firehouses.
“This year [Kelly] is more confident, which is dangerous, but I’ve also got much more of the vocabulary, the vernacular of that world. So I’m more comfortable playing that character, which means we can go even further with the firefighting stuff,” said Kinney.
The second season of “Chicago Fire” is set to premiere on Sept. 24 on NBC.
- source: blogs.wsj.com
Hey guys. Sorry about the lack of updates, but work has kept me pretty busy. I have added screencaps and stills of Taylor from the last 2 episodes of Chicago Fire. Im in also in the process of adding behind the scenes photos as well so check that out soon.
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Taylor Kinney and Jesse Spencer star in the NBC series Chicago Fire, which has been renewed for a second season by the network. As well as a new season of Chicago Fire, NBC have also picked up the spin-off show Chicago PD, which centers on the police department. Taylor and Jesse have both spoken about Chicago PD and the possible crossover between the two shows, “It kind of evolved, so we didn’t know much about it. I wouldn’t say we were in the dark, but there wasn’t anything set in stone,” Kinney explained.
Spencer then added, “Some of the actors, Jason [Beghe] and Jon [Seda], have been a part of our show for the latter part of our season; the idea was spawned through that and came about and everything fell into place. Those guys are great actors, great coworkers and we’ll be working hand-in-hand with them.”
You can see Jesse Spencer as Matthew Casey and Taylor Kinney as Kelly Severide in Chicago FIre, when season two premieres on NBC in the Fall. Meanwhile, Chicago PD will star Melissa Sagemiller, Jon Seda and J.B. Smoove and is also expected to premiere in the Fall.
- source: fansshare.com
More than two years after the Blackhawks brought the Stanley Cup trophy to Lottie’s Pub, the NHL’s most prized possession returned to the Bucktown bar to make a cameo on the NBC firefighter drama “Chicago Fire.”
The episode featuring the Stanley Cup airs Wednesday and was filmed April 12 at Lottie’s — known as Molly’s on the Dick Wolf-produced series. An NHL spokeswoman said the trophy’s appearance on the episode, which has to do with a fundraiser at Molly’s, is a promotion of sorts for the NHL playoffs currently airing on NBC Sports Network.
The stars of the show are no strangers to hockey. Taylor Kinney and Jesse Spencer have attended a handful of Blackhawks games while in Chicago filming the series, including Marian Hossa’s 1,000th game in March, and said their interest in the sport has increased significantly during their time here.
“I think a lot of that has to do with this city,” Kinney said while on the set with the famous trophy. “We started going to Blackhawks games when they were on their winning streak. You could feel the electricity in the (United Center).”
Like Kinney, Spencer has taken part in the “Shoot the Puck” challenge during Blackhawks games. But unlike Kinney, who said he played street hockey growing up, the Australian Spencer said he had never played hockey before taking part in the challenge in February.
“That’s my new favorite sport,” Spencer said over the phone April 28. “I didn’t get into it until I came here. I’d been to one game before that with Hugh Laurie while we were in Vancouver shooting the pilot for ‘House.’ I’d never touched a hockey stick in my life before I got to ‘Shoot the Puck.’”
Kinney and Spencer have also attended Cubs, Bears and Bulls games while in Chicago (Kinney brought his girlfriend, Lady Gaga, to a Chicago Bulls Charities fundraiser at the United Center in January) but, ironically, have yet to attend a Chicago Fire soccer game at Toyota Park.
“No Fire games, oddly enough,” Kinney said. “I think they’re mentioned in this (Stanley Cup) episode. I’d love to go see a game.”
One “Fire” cast member who has attended a Fire game is Eamonn Walker.
“I think Eamonn did the coin toss at a Fire game,” Spencer said. “We let the Englishman handle that one.”
- source: chicagotribune.com