Casey makes a life-changing decision; Gallo, Ritter and Violet agree to an interview and photo shoot; Brett and Mouch start their allied health program; and Cruz gets closer to becoming a father.
And there’s a lot more to come with the Chicago Fire season 10! So let’s start a discussion about this!
Michael Brandt and Derek Haas created the American drama television series Chicago Fire, which is executive produced by Dick Wolf. It is the first installment of Wolf Entertainment’s Chicago franchise, created by Dick Wolf. On October 10, 2012, NBC aired the first episode of the series.
The show follows the lives of firefighters, rescuers and paramedics of the Chicago Fire Department in the fictional Firehouse 51, which is home to the fictional Engine Company 51, Truck Company 81, Rescue Squad Company 3, Battalion 25, and Ambulance 61.
After the death of veteran firefighter Andrew Darden, loyalties are strained and divided as Lt. Matthew Casey, Commander of Truck Company 81, and Lt. Kelly Severide, Commander of Rescue Squad Company 3, blame each other for the death of an old friend and colleague. .
Peter Mills, a Fire Candidate assigned to Truck Company 81, is a newcomer to the station who follows in his late father’s footsteps and tries to find his place despite his mother’s concerns.
Gabriela Dawson and Leslie Shay, paramedics, work with the firefighters. In the third season premiere, “Always,” Shay dies. As the series progresses, more people come to the fire station. The fire station, led by 25th Battalion Chief Wallace Boden, faces life or death decisions every day, but they treat each other like family and take care of each other no matter what.