With New York and Los Angeles hosting a slew of TV procedurals, Chicago carved out its own niche on NBC, beginning with Chicago Fire and continuing with Chicago P.D. and Chicago Med. However, we’re discussing the original Chicago Fire.
Chicago Fire was their first excursion into television, and it paid off handsomely, as the show has grown into its own brand with its own day in the NBC primetime schedule. Dick Wolf, the creator of Law & Order, also serves as an executive producer on the show.
Here’s all you need to know about Chicago Fire as the drama series enters its eleventh season.
The tenth season of Chicago Fire will end in 2022.
The Chicago Fire season 10 finale has been set by NBC. We all expected it to happen around this time. Prepare to see the show wrap up for another season at the end of May.
All three One Chicago shows will finish on Wednesday, May 25, according to TVLine. This is the big finale week, which coincides with CBS’s FBI Tuesday finale.
What does this indicate for next breaks? Well, there will be at least one more break, but we don’t know when that will be. There just aren’t enough weeks in the season for all of the episodes to air without a break until May 25.
On Wednesday, April 6, Episode 17 will air. If there wasn’t a pause, the show would have had 23 episodes this season. Even without the pandemic delays, we’ve never seen a season with 23 episodes. We could see 22 episodes, which would imply a one-week break, or 20-21 episodes, which would mean a two- or three-week hiatus. NBC isn’t exactly forthcoming about impending commercial breaks.
The Chicago Fire cast
Jesse Spencer as Captain Matthew Casey, Taylor Kinney as Lieutenant Kelly Severide, Kara Killmer as Paramedic in Charge Sylvie Brett, David Eigenberg as Lieutenant Christopher Herrmann, and many others are among the show’s cast members.
In Season 10, who will be leaving Chicago Fire?
Matthew Casey (Jesse Spencer) made the difficult decision to move to Portland to be the legal guardian of Ben and Griffin Darden, whose father Andy—best Casey’s friend—was killed in the Chicago Fire pilot episode in a fire. Heather, the boys’ mother, is in prison, so unless Casey intervened, they would be placed in foster care and perhaps divided.
Adriyan Rae is a model and actress.
Gianna Mackey (Adriyan Rae) received an offer she couldn’t refuse during Season 9 and transferred to another firehouse where she would be in a better position for a promotion. When Rae told EP/showrunner Derek Haas that she needed to leave Chicago for “personal reasons,” Mackey was written out.
It’s not a given that we won’t see Lieutenant Greg Grainger (Jon-Michael Ecker) now that he and Sylvie Brett are no longer together, but would it be too awkward for him to fill in at Firehouse 51 like he used to? We believe so, but the powers that be appear to disagree!
Haas told EW, “I would not dismiss him out of hand.”
“I could see him staying on Chicago Fire for a long time, so that’s something we’ll have to figure out.” As the world goes on, we’re always on the lookout for somebody like Jon, who has such a devoted following. He’s been just fantastic. I enjoy watching him work and seeing what he brings to the table. If we don’t find a home for him on Chicago Fire soon, I have a feeling he’ll be the star of another programme. He exudes charisma and has a fantastic aura.”
Are there any spoilers for Season 10 of Chicago Fire?
There appears to be a wedding in the works, with Severide and Kidd marrying and Casey serving as best man. But whether it will be a major undertaking or even take place this season remains to be seen.
Cruz is expecting a child, and there was a casting call for baby shower extras, so that will happen.
Kidd passed her lieutenant’s exam, but at 51, there isn’t enough space for another lieutenant. Will she stay at 51 till a better opportunity arises elsewhere? Chief Boden has made a few phone calls on her behalf in an attempt to find her a suitable residence.
If Chief Boden is elevated to deputy district chief, he could be on his way out.
Finally, Violet and Blake Gallo must figure out their relationship now that Violet will be working full-time at Firehouse 51.
The Chicago Fire is rated for its age.
Chicago Fire is classified TV-PG, which means it contains content that parents may find inappropriate for children under the age of thirteen. It’s possible that many parents will want to watch it with their young children. The programme may contain one or more of the following: some suggestive conversation, infrequent crude language, some sexual situations, or minor violence, depending on the theme.