The Chicago Fire confusion has begun.
"If you (say) 'We're working on "Chicago Fire,"' they ask you if you're a soccer player," said Kinney, according to RedEye.
"I think (it's confusing)," Rolfe said. "But I think it's a good thing for the organization. If people are confused, at least it means they're talking about the Fire."
"I would hazard to guess it's to our mutual benefit," Wolf said during the show's red carpet premiere Tuesday at the Chicago History Museum. "All the soccer fans will tune in, and people outside of Chicago might know the soccer team, which I don't think is really nationally top of the mind."
In addition to Kinney, “Chicago Fire,” which premieres Wednesday, stars
Players were expected to attend Tuesday's screening but had to cancel due to scheduling conflicts, according to the Fire.
"There are plenty of potential opportunities," Fire team president Julian Posada said. "We're starting that dialogue. We're both working on the same thing — promoting in our own way. I wish we had the money to spend advertising what we're doing during their shows."