TVLine Items: Chicago Fire’s New Paramedic, Invasion Additions and More

A new paramedic is joining the Chicago Fire rotation.

Jocelyn Hudon (When Hope Calls, Acapulco) will recur in Season 12 of the hit procedural, currently airing Wednesdays on NBC, Deadline reports.

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This comes after Kara Killmer departed as beloved paramedic Sylvie Brett in the season’s sixth episode, marrying Jesse Spencer’s Matt Casey (who left the firehouse in Season 10) in an unconventional fish store wedding.

Ambulance 61 saw a potential replacement for Brett in Lennox (Wesam Keesh), who was assigned by Laura Allen’s Chief Robinson to work alongside Violet (Hanako Greensmith). But he was dismissed in this week’s episode by Boden (Eamonn Walker) due to fraught interpersonal dynamics.

Jocelyn Hudon Joins Chicago Fire
Jocelyn Hudon Joins Chicago Fire

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* The Apple TV+ sci-fi drama Invasion has added two more to its growing Season 3 roster. Per Deadline, Wu-Tang: An American Saga’s Ashton Sanders and Eric Lange (Perry Mason, Victorious) have been cast in recurring roles, though details on who they’re playing remain under wraps.

* Selena Gomez will put her cooking skills to the test with Selena + Restaurant, premiering the first two episodes Thursday, May 2 at 7 p.m. on Food Network (and streaming on Max). The new series finds her working in the kitchens of top chefs like Shirley Chung, Keith Corbin, Stephanie Izard, Andrew & Michelle Muñoz, Wolfgang Puck and Marcel Vigneron in the hopes of creating a dish worthy enough to be added to their respective menus.

* Welcome to Wrexham Season 3 — which was previously slated to premiere on Thursday, April 18 — will now premiere on Thursday, May 2 at 10/9c on FX (and stream next day on Hulu).

* Dionne Gipson (The Wilds, NCIS) will recur in Found Season 2 as a currently unnamed character who is close to Shanola Hampton’s Gabi, according to Deadline.

* Netflix‘s upcoming medical procedural Pulse — from creators Zoe Robyn and Carlton Cuse  — has added five to its cast, including Jack Bannon (Pennyworth, Medici), Jessie T. Usher (The Boys), Chelsea Muirhead (Warrior), Daniela Nieves (Vampire Academy) and Jessy Yates, Deadline reports.

* Netflix has released a trailer for the live-action/CGI hybrid comedy Woody Woodpecker Goes to Camp, premiering Friday, April 12:

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