It took a few episodes, but " Defcon 1 " is beginning to bring together all of the elements that made Chicago Fire Season 1 so exceptional.
I’ve had plenty of issues with Gail threatening to shut down Station 51, but even if those thr more
An arsonist, a snitch, and a sketchy man walk into a bar. It sounds like the beginning of a bad joke, but " Prove It " tells a much bigger story: the men and women who hide behind their masks.
The arsonist continues his ring of fi more
After a stellar first season, Chicago Fire is back with " A Problem House "
But for most of the hour, the show’s core felt mostly missing. Hopping around from one call to the next and one dangerous predicament after another gets old. more
"I didn't know that you'd be in town," Severide said to her.
“Well, I just wanted to tell you ... in person," she said before the camera panned down to reveal she was pregnant. So it looks like Severide is going to be a dad. As Sarah Shahi , who more
After an initially average first showing , Chicago Fire Season 1 has morphed into one of NBC’s few must see TV shows, and " A Hell of a Ride " is the perfect ending. Read More... http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/05/chicago-fire-review-trapped more
"Let Her Go" was apparently the back door Chicago PD pilot NBC talked about when that show was picked up to series this week.
Instead of focusing heavily on the characters we've come to know and love on Chicago Fire, we spent a good portion of time with more
Boden was worried about his position at the house in " Leaders Lead ," especially because Kelly Severide was questioning his authority over the case against him. Frankly, I don't think it had anything to do with Boden, but with Kelly trying to reclaim his more
At every turn it seemed like the men and women at station 51 found more bad news in " Retaliation Hit " as Kelly’s troubles deepened, Voight was released from jail, and Mills was pranked one too many times.
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