We might not know when Monica Raymund will make her way back to the Windy City to reprise her role as Gabby Dawson on Chicago Fire. What we do know is that Raymund has been keeping quite busy since departing the series!
Shortly after departing Chicago Fire, Raymund booked a lead role in Starz’s drama Hightown which was just renewed for a third season last month and, in 2021, landed the lead role in Dark Woods, a scripted podcast from Wolf Entertainment.
She’s also been keeping busy behind the scenes as a director. In the last few years, Raymund has directed episodes of some of today’s biggest hits including FBI, Law and Order: Organized Crime, Hightown, The Sinner, and, most recently, NBC’s new drama The Endgame.
Now it seems she’s about to take on what might be her biggest directing role yet!
Monica Raymund to direct National Treasure on Disney Plus
In an Instagram post snapped on the set of the series, Raymund showcased what appears to be her director’s chair in a post designed to celebrate wrapping her work on the show. While she was unable to provide too much information up front, she did tease she’ll have plenty of cool footage to share with her fans soon!
"“That’s a wrap for me on National Treasure!” Raymund wrote. “Lots of adventure coming your way. And Lots of cool footage to share. A pleasure to direct with this amazing crew. Coming soon to Disney+.”"
Check out Monica Raymund’s National Treasure announcement post below:
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At this time, it’s unclear when National Treasure will drop on Disney Plus, but Raymund’s involvement in the project is definitely a reason for One Chicago fans to get excited about the new series.
Once we know more about the show and the extent of Raymund’s directing role, we’ll be sure to update you — so be sure to check back for updates as they become available!
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