Chicago Fire star Taylor Kinney has taken to social media in order to share an important message with fans. The actor, who is one of the leads in the NBC drama, took to Instagram to post a rare picture to honor Fire Prevention Month, teaming up with First Alert.
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The actor called on fans to "protect your whole home with safety you can trust," reminding everyone to "install smoke and carbon monoxide alarms on every level and in every bedroom and test them regularly".
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"C’mon over and fix mine," joked one fan as others offered to give him their number so he could check their alarms, and many thanked him for the reminder.
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The 40-year-old actor has starred in the hit series since 2012 but at the end of season nine fans were left hanging as he was caught in a capsized boat that exploded.
However his co-star Miranda Rae Mayo accidentally let it slip that Taylor's character, Lieutenant Kelly Severide, would make it out of the dangerous situation when the actress, who stars as firefighter Stella Kidd, shared a throwback picture from the set of the 1990 film Cry Baby, starring Johnny Depp and Amy Locane.
The picture featured the two on a blanket as director John Waters coached them through their kissing scenes, which have since become iconic.
Miranda shared it on her Story with the caption: "This is our lives," while tagging Taylor.
Season 10 confirmed his safe return to land but his squad member Joe Cruz has been battling PTSD and claustrophobia after drowning in the explosion and barely making it out alive.
Miranda teased that Taylor would be back for season 10
The One Chicago franchise has become known for its annual multi-episode crossover events, which sees all three series - Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Chicago Med - come together to tell one story across three gripping hours of television.
Sadly though, it's been confirmed that for the second year running, a crossover will not be going ahead due to the Delta variant of COVID spreading.
Stella and Kelly became engaged in season nine
Speaking to TV Line, showrunner Derek Haas explained that he and show bosses on PD and Med had a crossover episode in the works, but the pandemic made filming the sweeping three-show storyline simply not possible.
"I feel bad, because we had one planned, and we had it all talked out with the showrunners of the other two shows, and we know what we're going to do, and it's enormous…." he said. "But the Delta variant kind of forced our hand."
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