Chicago Fire leaves us with quite a few cliffhangers going into a probably long hiatus, though some are much better than others.
Chicago Fire 11×22 “Red Waterfall” brings back Matt Casey and will hopefully also deliver an update on Kelly Severide as we head into hiatus.
Chicago Fire 11×21 “Change of Plans” makes Kelly Severide pull a Jay Halstead, because the One Chicago writers only have one playbook.
Chicago Fire 11×21 “Change of Plans” continues with the storyline that was meant to be Severide’s for Carver, and it doesn’t hit the same.
Chicago Fire 11×20 “Never, Ever Make a Mistake” looks ready to tug at our heartstrings as only Firehouse 51 can.
Chicago Fire 11×18 “Danger Is All Around” brings back Matt Casey, which means Brettsey gets a spotlight once again.
Chicago Fire 11×17 “The First Symptom” gives Violet and Sylvie a chance to shine in a storyline that has nothing to do with romance.
Chicago Fire 11×15 “Damage Control” is the first episode without Severide, and though it works, the question is — for how long?
Chicago Fire 11×15 “Damage Control” looks ready to emotionally manipulate us — and we would like to opt out, please and thank you.
Chicago Fire 11×13 “The Man of the Moment” introduces an unnecessary Carver storyline, just as it reminds us of why Stellaride works.
Chicago Fire 11×11 “A Guy I Used to Know” brings back a version of fire cop Severide and paramedicine …but also, everyone’s dressed up!
It’s hard to tell what Chicago Fire 11×08 “A Beautiful Life” is about, and honestly, it feels like that’s a trend these days.
Chicago Fire 11×02 “Every Scar Tells A Story” tries — and fails — to make us care about the new guy as much as we care about everyone else.
Chicago Fire 11×01 “Hold on Tight” fixes one ship, cements another and puts an end to a third one — with all the emotions that entails.
Chicago Fire 11×01 “Hold on Tight” feels like a comfort episode, if only because everyone is around and will continue to be.
Chicago Fire 10×22 is here, and so is the Stellaride wedding — which basically means everything is perfect, and nothing hurts.
Chicago Fire 10×12 looks to be bringing a lot. We just hope it doesn’t also end in a cliffhanger when a long hiatus is coming.
Chicago Fire 10×11 goes deep into the Stellaride issues, even as the Pelham drama continues to take center stage.
The pictures for Chicago Fire 10×08 “What Happened at Whiskey Point” feel deliberately misleading. Or is that just us?
Chicago Fire 10×07 is about change, and as always with this show, about family — and how they’ll help you get through anything.