‘Chicago Fire’ Fans Torn After Season 6 Poster and Promo Give Conflicting Hints

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“Chicago Fire” is officially having too much fun torturing us.

Season 5 left fans with an agonizing cliffhanger, and the show has only continued to prey on concern for the fate of Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer) since. The uncertainty got especially bad Thursday, when NBC unveiled a new poster that got fans’ hopes only, only to be followed by a tearjerker of a promo hinting at a devastating outcome.

Let’s start with the good: the poster. With Casey nearly front and center, that seems like a good sign, right?

Many fans certainly seemed to think the poster indicated he would survive, as they indicated in hopeful tweets.

Yes!!!! So does this picture confirm that Matt Casey survives. @derekhaas @Jesse_Spencer #ChicagoFire

— Bridget Tichenor (@btichenor20) August 31, 2017

I hope it’s a good sign seeing Casey and Severide in the promo!!!! 😍

— Tracy L Thomas (TLT) (@tracy47232) August 31, 2017

I am choosing to believe that this means Casey is alive and that @derekhaas is not going to to break the ♥️s of all us #Dawsey fans!

— Rachel LeFever (@RachelLeFever) August 31, 2017


— lyssiα (@xMissxChievousx) August 31, 2017

But then came the new promo and its much more tragic tease. The video reminds us of all of our “burning questions” without answering our biggest one. We see Casey being found, but there is no clear evidence that he is alive. To make matters worse, the promo shows what looks like a memorial service, and then it ends with a photo of Casey that could very well be displayed at a funeral.

Did someone say promo?! We’ve got your first look at Season 6 of #ChicagoFire right here! 👇👇👇👇 pic.twitter.com/3XeXA4MjuS

— Chicago Fire (@NBCChicagoFire) August 31, 2017

Just as we’re sure NBC wanted it to, the promo stirred up a lot of concern.

WHAT THE HELL WAS WITH THAT PICTURE AT THE END? I swear if they are playing us… pic.twitter.com/fDgP54yLXn

— Jessica Marie (@tyedie19) August 31, 2017

I feel like that picture would give it away that he died. They can’t be oblivious like that. It’s probably not him. But… pic.twitter.com/TL0TtcB05C

— Jessica Marie (@tyedie19) August 31, 2017

UGH! We can’t wait that long! And to tease me like this on my birthday, are ya trying to kill me? LOL

— grannysue1996 (@grannysue1996) August 31, 2017

Me while watching pic.twitter.com/rdQnWss90M

— Talyah (@TalyahB_13) August 31, 2017


— Donna Horan-Mendes (@musiclove18) August 31, 2017

We’re ready for the answers to these burning questions now, but we’re stuck waiting till “Chicago Fire” Season 6 premieres on Sept. 28 on NBC.

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