“Chicago Fire”, “Med” and “P.D.” Return to Set 'Right After Thanksgiving,' Says Star Jessy Schram: 'I've Missed It'

PEOPLE confirms all three shows will be returning to set the week of Nov. 27, though premiere dates have not yet been announced

<p>George Burns Jr/NBC</p>

George Burns Jr/NBC

Fans of the One Chicago family will get to see their friends on the small screen again very soon!

PEOPLE confirms that production on all three shows — Chicago Fire, Chicago Med and Chicago P.D. — will resume the week of Nov. 27, though premiere dates have not yet been announced.

Jessy Schram, who joined the NBC drama Chicago Med as Dr. Hannah Asher in 2019, tells PEOPLE exclusively about the cast's exciting return to set.

"I get to go back to Chicago Med and we're slated to start from photography on the 27th of November," Schram, 27, said Wednesday while attending Hallmark Channel's Countdown to Christmas Holiday Celebration at The Grove in Los Angeles. "So right after Thanksgiving, we're up."

Schram added, "All the crews are back. Our cast, our crew, everybody that's part of it gets to go back to work again."

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<p>George Burns Jr/NBC</p> 'Chicago Med' cast members are pictured.

George Burns Jr/NBC

'Chicago Med' cast members are pictured.

Major industry-wide delays were sparked by the writers' and actors' strikes. However, both issues have been resolved in recent weeks.

The Writers Guild of America (WGA) reached an agreement with Hollywood studios in September. Meanwhile, the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) reached a tentative deal on Nov. 9.

New episodes of Chicago Fire, Chicago Med and Chicago P.D. last aired on May 24, wrapping up a few weeks after the writers' strike began on May 2. The actors' strike followed on July 14.

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<p>George Burns Jr/NBC</p> (L-R) Luigi Sottile and Jessy Schram are pictured on 'Chicago Med'.

George Burns Jr/NBC

(L-R) Luigi Sottile and Jessy Schram are pictured on 'Chicago Med'.

Of the One Chicago crew's return to set, Schram notes she is ready to "immerse" herself into the Windy City's cooler weather.

"I heard Halloween over in Chicago is just pure snow," she said. "So I'm just soaking up what I can and then ready to immerse myself fully in Chicago because I’ve missed it. I've really, really missed it."

Related: Taylor Kinney to Return to Chicago Fire in Season 12 Following Hiatus

Amid news of the One Chicago family's return to set, Ice-T confirmed that Law & Order: Special Victims Unit — which was also created by procedural super producer Dick Wolf — will get back to work the same day.

"We OFFICIALLY start filming Season 24 of SVU on the 27th," he wrote on Instagram. "Sorry for the delay. Wasn’t personal. Just business.💥"

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Chicago Fire, Chicago Med and Chicago P.D. are all streaming in full on Peacock. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit can be streamed in full on Hulu.

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