Chicago Fire

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Tuesday 10:00 PM on NBC Premiered Oct 10, 2012 In Season

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Chicago Fire, produced by Dick Wolf, stars Taylor Kinney, Monica Raymund and Charlie Barnett, in an action-driven drama exploring the complex and heroic men and women of the Chicago Fire Department. Derek Haas and Michael Brandt wrote the pilot and also produce, along with Danielle Gelber, Peter Jankowski and Jeffrey Nachmanoff, who directed the pilot.

David Eigenberg

David Eigenberg

Christopher Hermann

Mena Suvari

Mena Suvari

Isabella

Monica Raymund

Monica Raymund

Gabriela Dawson

Jesse Spencer

Jesse Spencer

Lt. Matthew Casey

Eamonn Walker

Eamonn Walker

Chief Wallace Boden

Jon Seda

Jon Seda

Detective Antonio Dawson

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  • Chicago Fire is the Best!!!!!

    10
    I love love this is so well characters are play off one another so well. I cannot wait until it comes on every week.
  • Best show

    9.0
    The Characters feel alive, I feel connected emotionally, and awesome action scenes. Yet the the first season feels like a warm up and gets really boring in the first 10 episodes.
  • Yippie I found a show I can watch

    9.0
    It has taken a long time to find anything decent on TV. I really really like Chicago fire. The drama, excitement, everything. One thing, does she have to sleep with everybody on the show? Please girl. Mike Mills character is cute. Yes dude, shes using you. I thought Kelly was a creep, but he has some endearing qualities. I like Chicago Fire so much I was thinking of offering to make food for the local firemen in my neighborhood. It seems you all are always eating, hahaha. What happened to Mike Mills family- Mother and Sister. I like you all. Fire chief, maouch, ever Shay everyone. And they have the best fire chief on the squad. Fight for your job Chief. .moreless
  • It might never be great, but...

    7.0
    Approaching the midway point of season 2, Chicago Fire is becoming less and less of a guilty pleasure.



    Comparisons to 'Third Watch' were easy to make from the very start but the complete lack of grit and unlike New York, not actually using Chicago as a "character" completely changes the feel of the show. But, it's slowly finding some solid footing. The prime time soap factor though will always remain so long as they keep the drama levels where they are. Personally, I don't think they're necessary.



    As a device, I like the evil bean counter. She's allowed the show to explore Boden's character, bring Benny back and in turn advance his relationship with Severide and now half sister (which is great) as well as further the dynamic of the how and loyalty shown by the crew to their chief. I don't much care for this threat of doom over closing down 51 because there's zero chance that's actually going to happen. Dangle the possibility of Boden being pushed problem. But shutting down the entire .



    Chicago Fire might now, and likely will not ever be Third Watch, but it's still good quality popcorn fun.



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  • Excellent!

    8.5
    this is a most wonderful show but it is time to dump the vindictive lady who is trying to shut down house 51 - she is real nasty and seems to have it in for this particular house and it is probably because they stand up to her nonsense. i say go forth and have many more seasons. this is by far one of the best programs on television with lots of drama which no doubt plays out with real fire fighters anyway. keep the shows coming and dump the vindictive witch forever - she has lost. let the show proceed without her forever.moreless
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