For fans of the Chicago Fire, Otis’ departure was a shocking and heartbreaking event.
Fans had been hoping that he would stay in the show and become one of the series’ most beloved characters.
Unfortunately, he had to leave because he has decided to pursue a career in acting.
Fortunately, Otis was not the only person who left Chicago Fire in recent years.
Darren Ritter leaves Chicago Fire
Season 10 of Chicago Fire will focus on the status of Darren Ritter’s romantic life.
The season premieres on Sept.
22 on NBC and will also be available on Peacock and Hulu.
Ritter has been seen doing some very harrowing stunts including jumping in front of oncoming trains to save innocent people.
Ritter’s relationship status will likely be central to this season, as Mouch and Herrmann have tried to set Ritter up with some guys they know.
Although Tuesday’s departure has left the audience with mixed emotions, fans are sure to miss him.
After all, he’s been with the show for four seasons.
His final episode on the show will be the season 10 finale, which will air on May 25.
Tuesday won the hearts of fans and firefighters on the show during season seven.
Even the show’s writer, Daniel Kyri, has been mourning his loss through his Instagram Story.
Sophia Bush leaves Chicago Pd
After four seasons on Chicago P.D., Sophia Bush has left the show.
Her departure is surprising given the series’ long history of character shuffling, but the actress’s reason for leaving was simple: she was unhappy with her job and the toxic atmosphere.
Moreover, she said that she was forced to leave the show because of sexual harassment and assault allegations.
After leaving Chicago Fire, Sophia Bush has been pursuing a new role in network television.
In CBS’s new medical drama “Good Sam,” she will star as cardiothoracic surgeon Sam Griffith.
The series follows Sam and her father, and her former boss Jason Isaacs.
The series also features a budding love triangle.
The actress isn’t alone in her decision to leave the show.
During Season three, she voiced her concerns about the working conditions on the set and gave the producers “23 episodes’ notice.” However, the producers dismissed her concerns and dismissed her requests to investigate the issues.
In response, Bush decided to leave the show without filing a lawsuit.
However, she said she would write an op-ed for The New York Times if the situation didn’t change.