‘One Chicago’ Could Crossover With This Popular Franchise in the Future

by Joe Rutland
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Outsiders, if we could paint a picture of a major One Chicago crossover, then what would it involve? How about another TV franchise.

This could be a possibility in the future. Remember, Dick Wolf has created a number of franchises in his career. A story from The List helps fill in some gaps.

Shows in the franchise orbit are Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, and Chicago P.D. With Wolf at the helm, what other franchise from his world could intersect with that one? Law & Order.

That’s right, Outsiders. Imagine having Olivia Benson handling some investigation with Hank Voight, of all people.

Here’s something else to consider. The original Law & Order series is coming back. It would set up a possible crossover between it and Law & Order: SVU.

According to Distractify, Wolf did talk about crossovers between franchises in 2016. Wolf had wanted a big crossover between the three One Chicago series and SVU. That didn’t get done but there was an SVU and Chicago P.D. did occur then.

There is now a potential for a crossover with that OG Law & Order. Outsiders, the words “stay tuned” definitely belong to this news.

‘One Chicago’ Franchise Is Heading Out on Hiatus. Here’s What That Means

For those fans of the One Chicago franchise, they had a rude awakening recently.

Their fave shows stopped running new episodes in the NBC schedule on Nov. 17.

Why did the Peacock Network (NBC, not the streaming service) do this?

Let’s look at a One Chicago Center article for some details.

Some networks do take shows off the schedule for holiday programs.

Also, viewership of TV series tends to drop go during the weeks leading up to Christmas and New Year’s Day.

Wolf Definitely Receives A Lot of Cash For His TV Shows, Franchises

Yes, the One Chicago program fans are looking for the winter finales of their shows. Instead of November, it’s going to happen in December.

New episodes will air on Wednesday, Dec. 8. Before then, though, there will be a time between original episodes and reruns.

Chicago Med fans have another reason to celebrate their show. Brennan Brown has returned to play Dr. Sam Abrams.

Abrams is head of neurosurgery at Gaffney Chicago Medical Center.

So, when the December episodes run, that’ll be it for 2021 and the One Chicago franchise.

Of course, thanks to all of his success, Wolf has received a lot of compensation for his work.

He’s the creator of three franchises between NBC and CBS. The shows that have come from his Wolf Entertainment world are powerful.

So, what is Wolf’s net worth? Around $550 million, according to a story from Celebrity Net Worth.

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