Chicago Fire’s Andy Allo joins Comic-Con At Home lineup

Chicago Fire actress Andy Allo will participate in Comic-Con 2020.

Comic-Con 2020 will include an appearance by Chicago Fire recurring guest star Andy Allo, although not to talk about her portrayal of Wendy Seager.

Allo is participating in a Comic-Con At Home panel to promote the Amazon Prime Video comedy-drama Upload, in which she co-stars as Nora. One Chicago fans will be able to stream the panel for free on Thursday, July 23 at 2:00 p.m. PT, on YouTube.

Upload, created by Greg Daniels (The Office), mixes science fiction with comedy, drama, romance and a murder mystery. When Nathan (played by Robbie Amell, The Tomorrow People) dies in 2033, he gets dropped into a virtual afterlife and Nora serves as his handler.

However, both of them soon begin to realize that there is something hinky with the circumstances of Nathan’s sudden death—while also developing romantic feelings for each other, complicated by the fact that Nora is still alive.

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The first season is streaming now on Amazon Prime Video, and the show has been renewed for a second season, so presumably the Comic-Con 2020 Upload panel will focus on a mix of what’s happened and what might take place next season.

Andy Allo will be joined on the panel by her co-stars Robbie Amell, Kevin Bigley, Allegra Edwards and Zainab Johnson, as well as Greg Daniels.

She becomes the second One Chicago alum to participate in the virtual Comic-Con; Chicago Med actress Mekia Cox was confirmed to make a guest appearance on a panel last week.

Allo recurred in multiple Chicago Fire episodes as Wendy Seager, Kelly Severide’s (Taylor Kinney) partner at the Office of Fire Investigation. Seager later re-appeared to help Severide’s girlfriend Stella Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) with her high school outreach program Girls on Fire.

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