The show Chicago fire premiered on NBC on October 10, 2012. It’s an American TV series which is created by Derek Hass and Michael Brandt. Starring Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney, and Monica Raymund in lead, along with many other actors the show has Dick Wolf as its executive producer. It was renewed for its 9th, 10th, and 11th seasons on February 27, the year 2020. The tenth season aired on September 22, 2021.
It’s a show about the professional and personal lives of firefighters, paramedics, and rescue personnel at Firehouse 51, home of an Engine company 51, truck company 81, Rescue Squad Company 3, Battalion 25, and Ambulance 61. Matthew Casey, the officer in charge of Truck company 81, and Lieutenant Kelly in charge of Rescue Squad Company 3 blame each other for the death of firefighter Andrew Darden.
Audience’s Reaction To The Show
The first season of the show got mixed reviews from the audience as well as the critics. Its rank kept increasing as the new seasons aired with the 8th and 9th seasons ranking 8 and 7 respectively.
It’s rated 8/10 on IMDb and rotten tomatoes give it a score of 89%. It’s the final season, season 11 is yet to be telecasted and the fans cannot keep calm about what will happen in Chicago Fire this season.
Season 10: A Recap
The characters Severide and Stella are finally getting married! But of course, the marriage didn’t go all smooth, it had its hiccups. Severide was asked to testify in court against Campbell. While Severide goes to give his testimony, one of Campbell’s man is seen with a knife. They get in a fight and Severide kicks him which causes him to fall out a window. Severide was shook, he took life after all! Everybody around sided by him saying it was just self-defense and he shouldn’t be this guilty about it.
Then, Severide’s best man Casey who’s back in town for the wedding cannot believe that he is tying the knot. He tells his friends about what a joy it has been to see Severide change as a person since Stella came into his life. This also leads to Severide getting a little emotional and telling Casey how the firehouse isn’t the same without him.
Some Hiccups Along The Way…
Casey also helps the couple find a boat and a captain who can marry them, as their wedding location suddenly became unavailable. Severide also talks to his mom, who’s on a plane to fly down to the wedding.
Stella walks down the aisle with Boden who she sees as the closest thing to a father. The two then take their vows, which for the fans was a very emotional scene.
Is That All??
Well, things had to take some unknown turns. When the two newlyweds go to Severide’s cabin for some private time, an unknown truck shows up, a bad sign for sure. Casey and Brett also face their uncertain future together. He tells her he wishes she stayed with him in Portland but she points out how that would have been extremely hard considering all her life is in Chicago. He agrees and tells her very sweetly that at least they’re together that night!