Next time you see a fire in a Chicago neighborhood, be sure to look around to make sure there's no film crews around.
That's because the NBC show "Chicago Fire" has resumed filming episodes in the city for its upcoming season.
Film crews were seen in the Ukrainian Village neighborhood Wednesday shooting simulated fire scenes.
It's the second season for the show, which films entirely in Chicago at a real firehouse and notable locations like Bucktown's Lottie's Pub.
Five other TV shows will be filmed in Chicago in the next few months, including NBC's Chicago Fire spinoff, "Chicago PD" and "Crisis," ABC's "Betrayal" and "Mind Games," and USA Network's "Sirens."
"Chicago Fire" will air on Tuesday nights this fall.