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When Season 2 came to an end I didn't know how to feel or what to expect, and certainly that didn't change with this episode. Let's see what we've learned so far: 3x01 - "Always" Chief Boden opens the season with "We do a dangerous job, we all knew that when we signed up..." and the new-season-happiness starts to fade step b...

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Really?
Nov 09, 2012
NBC Stokes Chicago Fire With a Full-season Order
The firefighter drama hit a ratings high on Wednesday.
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Let's Hear Your Best Fire Puns!
Oct 18, 2012
Chicago Fire Episode 2: We're Already Burned Out
Watching Chicago Fire is like watching a baby horse stand up: It's wobbly and awkward. But the show seems to be taking its sweet time to run and, for now, it's still a mess.
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We Don't Need No Water
Oct 11, 2012
Chicago Fire Series Premiere Review: Burn Notice
The opening of Chicago Fire's pilot was indicative of what's wrong with the whole episode: There were action sequences that somehow lacked tension, piles of storylines that felt like a wreck, and a lack of connection to most of the characters.
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upfronts 2013
May 10, 2013
NBC Orders Bill Lawrence's Undateables, an Ironside Redo, and a Chicago Fire Cop Spinoff
The network is adding a remake of the classic wheelchair-bound detective drama and another dating saga to its 2013-2014 lineup.
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Friendly Advice
Oct 10, 2012
Hey TV.com, Should I Watch Chicago Fire?
After watching the pilot for NBC's Chicago Fire, we're here to help you decide whether you want to dedicate your time to the boys (and few gals) of Firehouse 51.
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Dec 30, 2013
Plot or Not?
Okay, so living in Australia means that I am still playing catch-up with the episodes, but from what I have seen about season 1...

The plots feel like they are coming from a daytime drama more so than a primetime drama. I love how the show has incorporated character interactions about their life outside of the job (missing from some of the popular dramas) but it does create an issue when nearly the whole season arc is based on this. There are moments where I cringe an wish that the episode plot was based more on fighting the fire or rescuing a certain person than about so and so love life.

However, I see potential in this show and can't wait for the rest of the season and next as well.
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Lupine Urology
May 09, 2012
NBC Renews Law & Order: SVU, Orders New Drama Chicago Fire
NBC is bringing back a veteran for Season 14 and hoping to fan some flames with a new series about firefighters.
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chi --> PDX
Mar 20, 2014
NBC Renews Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Grimm
Plus, Parks and Recreation is officially renewed for Season 7 even though we already knew that.
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Just Drive the Truck
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Wow Me
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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.