'Chicago Fire' Recap: Season 10 Premiere — [Spoiler] Leaving Firehouse

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What channel is Chicago Fire on?

Let's do this. “Chicago Med,” “Chicago PD” and “Chicago Fire” will premiere on NBC on Wednesday, Sept. 22, at 8 p.m., 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. ET, respectively. You can also watch all the shows on Peacock or on FuboTV. masslive.comHow to watch ‘Chicago Med,’ ‘Chicago PD’ and ‘Chicago Fire’ tonight or stream for free

Chicago Fire showrunner Derek Haas warned TVLine that things can’t stay static at the firehouse, and big changes are definitely afoot in the Season 10 premiere.

Kicking off with last season’s cliffhanger, the rescue squad is still trapped underwater, and the boat is quickly sinking. Severide MacGyvers an explosion to get the team a way out, while Casey grabs a tank and heads in a boat to help his colleagues. Capp and Tony surface shortly after Casey arrives, but Severide is still beneath the water trying to save Cruz, who’s lost consciousness. When they finally come up, Cruz isn’t breathing. The rest of the firehouse watches worriedly as CPR is performed. But it would just be cruel if Cruz died while Chloe is expecting their baby, so he survives.

While Cruz is alive, he’s not entirely well. When he returns to the firehouse after a couple weeks of rest, he’s a bit off. He keeps staring down at his equipment and even hesitates at a rescue call. He tries to play it off as stress from having to reschedule the baby shower and Chloe’s mom’s extravagant plans. Then Capp lets it slip to Cruz that Severide pushed himself way past his limits to save him. That knowledge seems to shake Cruz, who tells Severide that he doesn’t know how to thank him. (All Severide wants in exchange is a beer.) Later, Herrmann surprises his pal and Chloe with a beautiful baby shower at Molly’s outdoor patio, complete with flowers courtesy of Gallo’s florist relative.

* Casey and Brett try to be all covert about their new relationship by making a not-so-casual exit together from Molly’s, but everyone is on to them. “Do they not realize we all know they’re together?” Mouch says to Herrmann. “We knew a year before they did.” When Capp wishes the “lovebirds” a goodbye as they all leave the firehouse, the jig is officially up, and Casey puts his arm around Brett.

* Severide calls his mom to tell her about his engagement, and she responds that Severide men are doomed to fail at marriage. Ouch. Stella tries to assure her fiancé that he’s no Benny.

* Casey pulls off a very cool roof rescue swing!

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Chicago Fire Boss Explains How the Sinking Boat Call Will Affect Firehouse 51 in Season 10

TV Guide 23 September, 2021 - 03:03am

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'We wanted the ramifications to play out over the next few episodes'

Over the past nine seasons of Chicago Fire, the members of Firehouse 51 have gotten themselves into -- and frequently out of -- plenty of major, life-threatening situations. But will the harrowing call that saw several members of Squad trapped on a sinking boat at the end of the ninth season mean another tragedy for the team? The resolution to that cliffhanger will come immediately when the series returns for its landmark tenth season on Sept. 22 at 9 p.m. on NBC.

"Usually we do a big time-jump after one of these types of things," says showrunner Derek Haas. But instead of a three-month jump, this time it'll be a matter of weeks. "We do a little three weeks later kind of thing. We wanted the ramifications of what occurs at the lake call to play out over the next few episodes, as opposed to that it's all wrapped up and then we're off and running on new adventures."

The fates of the trapped Severide (Taylor Kinney), who's newly engaged to Stella (Miranda Rae Mayo), Cruz (Joe Minoso), who's expecting a baby with wife Chloe (Kristen Gutoskie), and Capp, who's seeing someone new, will quickly be revealed, but there are also plenty of other dangling threads that we'll learn more about this season as well. Stella's waiting to find out where she'll be stationed as a newly minted lieutenant, Chief Boden (Eamonn Walker) will have to decide if he wants the position as deputy district chief, and Casey (Jesse Spencer) and Brett (Kara Killmer) finally got together.

Below, Haas discusses what's in store for Firehouse 51, including the show's 200th episode.

Chicago Fire Season 10 premieres Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 9/8c on NBC. 

'Chicago Fire' Boss on 'Major Challenges' for Brettsey, Boden's Decision & More

TV Insider 23 September, 2021 - 03:03am

Is Firehouse 51 going to lose all of Squad 3 on one call? Fortunately, Chicago Fire doesn’t make us wait long to find out in the Season 10 premiere.

The good news: Lieutenant Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney), Joe Cruz (Joe Minoso), Tony (Anthony Ferraris), and Capp (Randy Flagler) all survive. However, Cruz nearly drowns, and Severide must save the soon-to-be dad. A small time jump brings Cruz back to 51 and on shift in the premiere, but his experience stays with him. We see him pausing twice while looking at his facepiece — once while going over inventory at the house, the other during a call — and he doesn’t realize just what his lieutenant did for him until the others tell him. For Severide, it was no big deal, he insists.

But don’t expect Cruz to be ready to leave what happened to him behind too fast. “This will be a major storyline through the first part of the season,” showrunner Derek Haas tells TV Insider. “Cruz is going to have to overcome a lot with a baby on the way!”

While 51 didn’t lose any of Squad 3, they are going to have to say goodbye to their Battalion Chief, as Wallace Boden (Eamonn Walker) did get that promotion to Deputy District Chief. For the most part, the others are happy for him. Stella Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo), facing leaving 51 herself after passing the lieutenant’s test (she’s just waiting for an open spot at a house), worries about what his leaving means. He’s why their house is a family, she explains. If he leaves, 51 will never be the same. Boden tries to see if he can operate out of 51, but that’s a no-go.

But as Boden points out to Kidd, her leaving is going to affect 51, too. “Each change, there’s a little shift in the foundation. We just have to trust that what we built up here is strong enough to hold,” he says.

As is noted in the premiere, Boden will be running the district. “Boden cares deeply for the firefighters of Firehouse 51, but he also knows he can make major improvements to the CFD,” Haas previews. “He’ll balance the two.”

There’s also good news for Brettsey fans in the premiere: Captain Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer) and paramedic Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer) are going strong after finally getting together in the finale. And it seems easy (for now): They’re leaving Molly’s together and taking it in stride when they find out everyone knows about them. But, as Haas is quick to remind us, “this is Chicago Fire. Nothing is ever easy.” So you should expect “major challenges coming” for the new couple.

“Mayday” also sees Brett deciding it’s time to do something about all the non-emergency calls that have been keeping paramedics busy lately. “We love this storyline from her, tackling a real-world issue,” Haas says. “She’s gonna team up with someone you aren’t expecting to launch this initiative.”

And for everyone eager for the Stellaride wedding after they got engaged in the middle of a fire last season, there’s “nothing to tease yet,” the showrunner says. “We’re just trying to make the best show through the first half of the season.” Still, we have a feeling we should expect sparks — but hopefully the venue doesn’t go up in flames!

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What Chicago Fire's Cliffhanger Aftermath And New Storytelling Means For Season 10

CinemaBlend 22 September, 2021 - 09:00pm

Spoilers ahead for the Season 10 premiere of Chicago Fire on NBC, called "Mayday."

Chicago Fire fans have been waiting a long few months to find out how the tenth season would resolve the Season 9 finale cliffhanger that left the lives of all four firefighters of Squad 3 in jeopardy. It was hard to imagine that Fire would kill off Severide, Cruz, Capp, and Tony, but it was also hard to rule out something awful happening to at least one of them. Well, "Mayday" revealed that something terrible did happen to Cruz, but he lived! The aftermath of the cliffhanger will continue to play out in Season 10, according to showrunner Derek Haas, as well as some "new storytelling."

Thanks to some underwater heroics from Severide and CPR from Casey on the surface, Cruz ultimately survived and returned to Firehouse 51 after a short break. Physically, Cruz was fine, but he showed some signs of emotional trauma when he went back to the job and had to face using a respirator again. Plus, when he found out that Severide quite literally intended to save him or die trying, he was shaken up all the more. And he's not going to just move past that despite the happy ending of the premiere for him and Chloe.

Chicago Fire showrunner Derek Haas weighed in on what happened in the Season 10 premiere to CinemaBlend, and he shared how Cruz's harrowing experience will continue to impact the show moving forward:

Yes, a big part of these first batch of episodes will center on how Cruz is doing after this near-death experience. Severide in particular will be keeping an eye on him.

Cruz may have some happy things to look forward to in his near future thanks to Chloe's pregnancy seemingly going well (which is a nice change of pace from how pregnancies tend to go in One Chicago), but he's going to continue feeling the impact of what he went through in the underwater cliffhanger. Severide has a bright-looking future thanks to his survival and Stella's enthusiasm about their engagement, although it's clear that his relationship with his mom is no better than it was.

So it's nice to know that Severide will remain tuned in to what's going on with Cruz. After all, Cruz suffering would be bad not only for him as a person, but dangerous for him as a Squad firefighter, particularly with more changes happening at Firehouse 51 in the form of Boden accepting the well-deserved promotion to the position of Deputy District Chief.

Everybody at 51 was happy for him by the end of the episode, but Stella's reservations about losing him from 51 had him second-guessing. Ultimately, however, she came around and Boden accepted that embracing his future means moving out of 51 for his new job. Still, it's hard to imagine Firehouse 51 without Boden after nine years of him as chief. Showrunner Derek Haas previewed how Boden's absence from 51 will impact Season 10:

Boden is going to be worried about his favorite Firehouse, 51, and how his promotion affects those relationships. We will see Boden in a new position, which opens us up for new storytelling.

Some "new storytelling" is on the way, and that could mean some exciting things for a show in its tenth season. In fact, Chicago Fire is quickly approaching its milestone 200th episode, which will deliver some life-changing decisions for characters. Plus, there's the not-so-little matter of "something major" that will be happening just when things are looking good for Brett and Casey.

Find out what happens next with Cruz, the new storytelling, Brettsey, and everything else that was set up in the Season 10 premiere with new episodes of Chicago Fire on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on NBC. There can be no doubt that One Chicago will continue going strong, with Fire joined by Chicago Med at 8 p.m. ET and Chicago P.D. at 10 p.m. on Wednesday nights as a strong block of primetime in Dick Wolf's expansive TV universe. In fact, Fire showrunner Derek Haas, who actually also serves as showrunner over on CBS' FBI: International, recently weighed in on Dick Wolf universe crossovers.

Resident of One Chicago, Bachelor Nation, and Cleveland. Has opinions about crossovers, Star Wars, and superheroes. Will not time travel.

What Chicago Fire's Cliffhanger Aftermath And New Storytelling Means For Season 10

Hidden Remote 22 September, 2021 - 09:00pm

Spoilers ahead for the Season 10 premiere of Chicago Fire on NBC, called "Mayday."

Chicago Fire fans have been waiting a long few months to find out how the tenth season would resolve the Season 9 finale cliffhanger that left the lives of all four firefighters of Squad 3 in jeopardy. It was hard to imagine that Fire would kill off Severide, Cruz, Capp, and Tony, but it was also hard to rule out something awful happening to at least one of them. Well, "Mayday" revealed that something terrible did happen to Cruz, but he lived! The aftermath of the cliffhanger will continue to play out in Season 10, according to showrunner Derek Haas, as well as some "new storytelling."

Thanks to some underwater heroics from Severide and CPR from Casey on the surface, Cruz ultimately survived and returned to Firehouse 51 after a short break. Physically, Cruz was fine, but he showed some signs of emotional trauma when he went back to the job and had to face using a respirator again. Plus, when he found out that Severide quite literally intended to save him or die trying, he was shaken up all the more. And he's not going to just move past that despite the happy ending of the premiere for him and Chloe.

Chicago Fire showrunner Derek Haas weighed in on what happened in the Season 10 premiere to CinemaBlend, and he shared how Cruz's harrowing experience will continue to impact the show moving forward:

Yes, a big part of these first batch of episodes will center on how Cruz is doing after this near-death experience. Severide in particular will be keeping an eye on him.

Cruz may have some happy things to look forward to in his near future thanks to Chloe's pregnancy seemingly going well (which is a nice change of pace from how pregnancies tend to go in One Chicago), but he's going to continue feeling the impact of what he went through in the underwater cliffhanger. Severide has a bright-looking future thanks to his survival and Stella's enthusiasm about their engagement, although it's clear that his relationship with his mom is no better than it was.

So it's nice to know that Severide will remain tuned in to what's going on with Cruz. After all, Cruz suffering would be bad not only for him as a person, but dangerous for him as a Squad firefighter, particularly with more changes happening at Firehouse 51 in the form of Boden accepting the well-deserved promotion to the position of Deputy District Chief.

Everybody at 51 was happy for him by the end of the episode, but Stella's reservations about losing him from 51 had him second-guessing. Ultimately, however, she came around and Boden accepted that embracing his future means moving out of 51 for his new job. Still, it's hard to imagine Firehouse 51 without Boden after nine years of him as chief. Showrunner Derek Haas previewed how Boden's absence from 51 will impact Season 10:

Boden is going to be worried about his favorite Firehouse, 51, and how his promotion affects those relationships. We will see Boden in a new position, which opens us up for new storytelling.

Some "new storytelling" is on the way, and that could mean some exciting things for a show in its tenth season. In fact, Chicago Fire is quickly approaching its milestone 200th episode, which will deliver some life-changing decisions for characters. Plus, there's the not-so-little matter of "something major" that will be happening just when things are looking good for Brett and Casey.

Find out what happens next with Cruz, the new storytelling, Brettsey, and everything else that was set up in the Season 10 premiere with new episodes of Chicago Fire on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on NBC. There can be no doubt that One Chicago will continue going strong, with Fire joined by Chicago Med at 8 p.m. ET and Chicago P.D. at 10 p.m. on Wednesday nights as a strong block of primetime in Dick Wolf's expansive TV universe. In fact, Fire showrunner Derek Haas, who actually also serves as showrunner over on CBS' FBI: International, recently weighed in on Dick Wolf universe crossovers.

Resident of One Chicago, Bachelor Nation, and Cleveland. Has opinions about crossovers, Star Wars, and superheroes. Will not time travel.

Torrey DeVitto Returns to Film ‘Chicago Med’ Exit: How Manning Left

Us Weekly 22 September, 2021 - 08:00pm

The season premiere opened with Manning packing up her car to leave town and saying goodbye to Will (Nick Gehlfuss), providing fans of the on-off relationship with some closure.

”I guess that’s everything. I’m gonna be OK,” she tells Will before they hug goodbye. “You need to go back. Please call her.”

At the end of season 6, Will took the blame for Natalie stealing pills to help her mother and was in turn, fired from the hospital. During Wednesday’s episode, he doesn’t answer her request, but instead touches her face.

“You better keep in touch,” he tells his ex-fiancée as she gets in her car to drive away. “I’ll come find you.”

The One Tree Hill alum, 37, who appeared in all six seasons of the Chicago Fire spinoff, confirmed in May that she would not be returning to the medical drama.

“All good things must come to an end. It has been such an honor and pure joy to bring Dr. Natalie Manning to life for all of you on Chicago Med for the past 6 seasons. But it is now time for her and me to bow out and say goodbye,” she wrote via Instagram at the time. “Thank you to all you loyal watchers who adored her as much as I did. I can’t wait to share what’s to come with all of you. New adventures await! With love and gratitude.”

Yaya DaCosta also announced her exit from the show, as her character, April Sexton, revealed at the end of last season that she got into a nurse practitioner program.

Brian Tee was also missing the first episode of the season, as his character, Ethan Choi, was recovering in rehab being shot last season, so the medical drama was forced to introduce a number of new characters.

Guy Lockard and Kristen Hager joined as series regulars while Steven Weber has been promoted from guest star to series regular.

Chicago Med airs on NBC Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET.

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The season premiere opened with Manning packing up her car to leave town and saying goodbye to Will (Nick Gehlfuss), providing fans of the on-off relationship with some closure.

”I guess that’s everything. I’m gonna be OK,” she tells Will before they hug goodbye. “You need to go back. Please call her.”

At the end of season 6, Will took the blame for Natalie stealing pills to help her mother and was in turn, fired from the hospital. During Wednesday’s episode, he doesn’t answer her request, but instead touches her face.

“You better keep in touch,” he tells his ex-fiancée as she gets in her car to drive away. “I’ll come find you.”

The One Tree Hill alum, 37, who appeared in all six seasons of the Chicago Fire spinoff, confirmed in May that she would not be returning to the medical drama.

“All good things must come to an end. It has been such an honor and pure joy to bring Dr. Natalie Manning to life for all of you on Chicago Med for the past 6 seasons. But it is now time for her and me to bow out and say goodbye,” she wrote via Instagram at the time. “Thank you to all you loyal watchers who adored her as much as I did. I can’t wait to share what’s to come with all of you. New adventures await! With love and gratitude.”

Yaya DaCosta also announced her exit from the show, as her character, April Sexton, revealed at the end of last season that she got into a nurse practitioner program.

Brian Tee was also missing the first episode of the season, as his character, Ethan Choi, was recovering in rehab being shot last season, so the medical drama was forced to introduce a number of new characters.

Guy Lockard and Kristen Hager joined as series regulars while Steven Weber has been promoted from guest star to series regular.

Chicago Med airs on NBC Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET.

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Meet the cast of Chicago Fire and their real-life partners

HELLO! 27 May, 2021 - 07:58am

The series has made household names out of its cast members, but what do you know about their love lives? Find out more about their previous and current relationships here...

He tied the knot with research scientist Kali Woodruff in a small ceremony in her home town of Neptune, Florida. The pair had been dating for a number of years, having met in 2014 at a music festival with friends.

Prior to that, Jesse dated Brazilian big wave surfer Maya Gabeira for three years and his House co-star Jennifer Morrison between 2004 and 2007, whom he proposed to during filming. 

Following their split, Page Six reported that Taylor had found love again with Alanna DiGiovanni, but they no longer seem to be together. As Taylor prefers to keep his personal life out of the spotlight, it's not known whether he is currently dating anyone.

The pair met on the Freeform show Shadowhunters, when Tessa joined the cult program as a human girl who desired to be turned into a vampire. 

However, Alberto and Tessa have been long-distance as he spents most of the year in Chicago filming the NBC series.

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