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Chicago Fire

NUP 136398 1020

Format Drama
Action
Picture Format 480i (SDTV),
1080i (HDTV)
Running Time 40–45 minutes
Created by Michael Brandt
Derek Haas
Starring See below
Narrated By
Opening Theme
Country of origin United States
Language English
Original channel NBC
Original run 10 October 2012
Finale
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 100
(As of present)
List of episodes {{{list_episodes}}}
IMDB profile Chicago Fire
TV.com summary Chicago Fire
related shows Law & Order franchise
"No job is more stressful, dangerous or exhilarating than those of the Firefighters, Rescue Squad and Paramedics of Chicago Firehouse 51. These are the courageous men and women who forge headfirst into danger when everyone else is running the other way and whose actions make the difference between life and death. These are their stories."

Chicago Fire is an American drama series chronicling the work of the Chicago Fire Department created by Law & Order Executive Producer Dick Wolf (though it is not part of the L&O franchise). It is currently running for five seasons on the NBC network from 2012 onwards.

Crossovers Edit

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit has produced two crossover three-parters with Chicago Fire and it's spin-off show Chicago P.D.. A case would begin with Chicago Fire in Chicago for Part One, before either moving the action to New York for Part Two and back to Chicago for Part Three or continue the action from Chicago in Part Two and move the action to New York in Part Three.

CF: "Nobody Touches Anything" season three, episode 7, SVU: "Chicago Crossover" sixteen, episode 7, and PD: "They'll Have to Go Through Me" season 2, episode 7

Firehouse 51 rescue the owner of a burning house and find him clutching a suspicious box that leads Severide to call in the Chicago Intelligence Unit, who track a child pornography victim to New York and return to Chicago with SVU to take down a pedophile ring.

CF: "We Called Her Jellybean" season three, episode 21, PD: "The Number of Rats" season 2, episode 20, and SVU: "Daydream Believer" sixteen, episode 20

An apartment fire in Chicago connected to a case of rape and attempted murder resembles an unsolved case in New York that brings SVU and Intelligence together to catch the culprit.

Spin-OffsEdit

Chicago P.D. and Chicago Med were both developed as spin-offs for Chicago Fire.

Main CastEdit

Image Character Title Actor
Casey
Matthew Casey Lieutenant Jesse Spencer
Severide
Kelly Severide Lieutenant Taylor Kinney
Dawson
Gabriela Dawson Paramedic Monica Raymund
Brett Sylvie Brett Paramedic Kara Killmer
Herrmann
Christopher Herrmann Firefighter David Eigenberg
Zvonecek
Brian "Otis" Zvonecek Firefighter Yuri Sardarov
Cruz
Joe Cruz Firefighter Joe Minoso
McHolland Randy "Mouch" McHolland Firefighter Christian Stolte
Kidd
Stella Kidd Firefighter Miranda Rae Mayo
Boden
Wallace Boden Battalion Chief Eamonn Walker

List of EpisodesEdit

Image Episode # Title Production # Original Airdate
Fm37 3.07 (#53) Nobody Touches Anything 11 November 2014
Fm321 3.21 (#67) We Called Her Jellybean 28 April 2015

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