Will wedding bells ring in “Chicago Fire” Season 5?

If Jesse Spencer’s hint is to be taken for a fact, then it sure looks like it. Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, the actress said that there is a chance that Casey and Dawson will tie the knot. The ceremony will not be typical, though.

“I think there might be,” Spencer said. “They’re sort of toying with me as much as [the viewers]. I reckon that’s in the wings, but if it was to happen, it wouldn’t be a white wedding. Apart from the fact that I wouldn’t want one, and Monica definitely doesn’t want one, I don’t think the writers would want to do it like that. So if they ever did it, hopefully they come up with a fun yet heartfelt storyline.”

It looks like the upcoming season of the NBC show will be filled with romance. It has been teased that a crossover romance between “Chicago Fire” and “Chicago P.D.” will happen.

Firefighter Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer) and Detective Antonio Dawson (Jon Seda) will have some sweet moments together in the upcoming season, according to Entertainment Weekly. The pairing was inspired by the fans of the show wanting to see the two together, according to executive producer Matt Olmstead.

“There’s plenty to play in terms of the May-December version of Brett to Antonio -- his character has a couple kids, he’s divorced, no way should he be with this woman, but she’s had her heart broken,” Olmstead shared. “She’s looking for a real man, he qualifies. He’s looking for a real soul, a real heart, and she qualifies.”

This is not the first time a crossover happened in the “Chicago” world, though. Seeing that the shows are set in one city, the characters are bound to interact at some point and some of them might get into a romantic relationship with the others. “P.D.’s” Lindsay (Sophia Bush) dated “Fire’s” Severide (Taylor Kinney), butthey eventually broke up. “Fire’s” Mouch (Christian Stolte) and “P.D.’s” Platt (Amy Morton), however, were luckier. The characters ended up getting married.

“Chicago Fire” Season 5 premieres Oct. 11 on NBC.