In 2012, NBC embarked on a long journey and an ever-expanding franchise centered on the series Chicago Fire. The show, which is produced by Dick Wolf, follows a group of individuals that work at the Chicago Fire Department’s fictional Firehouse 51. While the characters’ days are spent putting out flames and saving people all around the city, Chicago Fire also delves into their personal lives.
The series has been consistently popular during its nine seasons, starring Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney, Christian Stolte, and Eamonn Walker, among many others. Chicago P.D., Chicago Med., and the short-lived Chicago Justice were all created as spinoffs of the show. Because the plots overlap and crossover throughout the seasons as part of the “One Chicago” TV universe, many characters from one show appear in guest or recurring roles in the others. Due to the fact that they all share an executive producer, both Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. have had crossovers with Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Despite the fact that the eighth season of Chicago Fire had to be cut short due to the pandemic, the ninth season is set to premiere in October 2020. On NBC right now, the season is airing. NBC leaped at the chance to renew Chicago Fire for a ninth, tenth, and eleventh season, despite the series’ shorter eighth season. The following is everything we know about Season 10 of the famous show.
When is the tenth season of Chicago Fire set to air?
There’s no way to determine when Chicago Fire’s 10th season will be published because television productions are continuously adjusting to adapt to numerous hurdles associated with the pandemic. If everything goes as planned, fans should expect new episodes around September 2021, according to NBC. The Chicago franchise, like much other prime-time television series, is able to begin filming ahead of schedule. Season 9 began filming in October and premiered on November 11, 2020.
Because there have been more production delays recently, it’s unknown how many episodes will be in this season, but Premiere Date estimates that there will be at least 11. NBC has yet to make an official remark about the season’s length, despite their report, so viewers will have to wait and see. With all of this in mind, the season 10 release date remains a complete mystery. However, if everything goes as planned, launch date in the fall of 2021 is possible.
Who will appear in the tenth season of Chicago Fire?
Over the course of nine seasons, Chicago Fire has featured a number of core characters that have remained consistent throughout, while the rest of the ensemble has changed as the series progressed. Monica Raymund, for example, was Gabby Dawson, a fireman. She was a regular from seasons 1 to 6, then a minor guest star in seasons 7 and 8, before exiting the show entirely. Season 8 saw Annie Ilonzeh’s character Emily Foster leave the fire department to return to school, allowing Adriyan Rae to debut a new series regular Gianna Mackey in season 9. So yet, no additions to the show’s 10th season have been announced, although viewers can nearly always expect to see new faces.
Along with Spencer as Captain Matthew Casey, Kinney as Lieutenant Kelly Severide, Stolte as senior firefighter Mouch, and Walker as Battalion Chief Wallace Boden in the main cast, there’s also a paramedic in charge Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer), firefighter Stella Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo), firefighter Joe Cruz (Joe Minoso), and the list goes on. Many additional known personalities will undoubtedly appear in the supporting cast throughout the season, either in recurring or guest parts.
What happens in Season 10 of Chicago Fire?
Since the ninth season is still on the air, it’s uncertain where the tale will end and lead into season 10. Casey and a dangerous, ambitious firefighter named Blake Gallo (Alberto Rosende) are now at odds at Firehouse 51, and the captain’s personal life isn’t much better. Many people want Casey and Brett to marry, but there are numerous obstacles in their way. Casey’s ex-wife Dawson appears to be hovering over them, prompting Casey to give Brett some room to consider and potentially walk away.