"Chicago Fire" fans are looking for any information they can get about Season 6. It's understandable after that epic cliffhanger. The lives of too many of our "Chicago Fire" firefighters were left in the balance, and it looks like Dawsey may be over just as they got their happy ending. With so little information currently being shared, fans are desperate to know even the tiniest details. The biggest question is when the show will return in the fall.

Caution: there are spoilers about the season 5 finale in this post. If you still haven't seen it, then you have been warned.

There is a 'Fire' season 6 premiere date

The great news is that there is a premiere date for season six of the first "One Chicago" show. NBC will kick-off its fall programming on September 25, which would have usually mean that the program would follow the next night. Unfortunately, the network decided to switch "Chicago Fire" to Thursdays instead of the usual Tuesdays, which means the show won't actually return until September 28.

This is still earlier than last year. "Chicago Fire" season 5 didn't actually return until the middle of October in 2016. "Chicago P.D." and "Chicago Med" returned in the last week of September, though. This year, "Med" is getting pushed to the mid-season and "P.D." will return on September 27; the day before "Fire."

Who will survive the fire?

The big question about the season 6 premiere is: Who will survive the fire?

There are three main lives hanging in the balance right now, although there is a fourth possibly at risk. Casey, Mouch, and Herrmann are trapped in the burning building, with no visible way out. Mouch had a heart attack, and Herrmann is attempting to resuscitate him. Meanwhile, Casey left a heartbreaking message for Dawson, telling her how much he loved her.

There was a moment that felt a lot like the end of "Ladder 49," starring John Travolta and Joaquin Phoenix.

While that happens, Severide is finding a way into the building to save his colleagues. Some fans fear that he may be a surprise death in the premiere, but others believe that he will help to get everyone out.

The great news is that season 6 will pick up exactly where season 5 ended.

There will be no time jumps that leave fans trying to fill in the gaps. The whole point of the storyline was to remind fans that this is a firefighter drama, and that the lives of firefighters are constantly at risk.

Don't forget to tune in to "Chicago Fire" season 6 in the new Thursday night 10 p.m. time slot. You'll be able to catch it on September 28 on NBC.