Chicago Fire Season 11, Episode 8, “A Beautiful Life,” digs into one of the most heartbreaking territories.
Chicago Fire’s “All-Out Mystery,” is a fantastic hour that touches base with the show’s heart while bringing an intriguing case centerfold.
Chicago Fire’s “Haunted House” goes all out with a lighter-toned episode that brings Kelly and Stella’s demons to the surface.
Chicago Fire 11×04 “The Center of the Universe” showcases the perils of grief through quiet conversations.
Chicago Fire’s “Completely Shattered” is an appropriately titled episode for its heartbreaking and unexpected conclusion.
Chicago Fire 11×02 “Every Scar Tells A Story” lets Javi experience the joys of the firehouse while allowing the characters to grow further.
Chicago Fire’s “Hold On Tonight” is a clunky premiere that’s balancing a lot while still allowing some of the love stories to shine.
Chicago Fire “The Magnificent City of Chicago” Review: Stellaride Wedding, Drama, and Unanswered Questions
In its Season 10 finale, Chicago Fire’s “The Magnificent City of Chicago” features Stellaride’s wedding, drama, and uncertainties.
Chicago Fire’s “Last Chance” is a frustrating penultimate episode for the most part, but its end result is beautiful.
Chicago Fire’s “Halfway to the Moon” raises the question of who gets their way in an argument that could’ve been a conversation.
Violet Mikami and Evan Hawkins, aka Hawkami, subtly and with great chemistry, became one of the best romantic couples in Chicago Fire.
Chicago Fire’s “What Inside You” takes us through a hostage situation that reminds us of the immense heart residing within Firehouse 51.
Chicago Fire’s “Keep You Safe” allows the women moments to shine as they do the right thing in helping those in need.
Chicago Fire’s “Fire Cop” allows the Hawkami ship to sail and all while reminding us what a treasure the Girls on Fire program is.
Chicago Fire’s “Show of Force” is basically a love letter to Stella Kidd and everything about it feels tailor-made for us.
Chicago Fire “Fog of War” puts Stellaride and Pelham front and center with yet another cliffhanger anger that’s mostly frustrating.
Chicago Fire’s “Back With A Bang” brings our best girl Stella Kidd front and center while continuing to establish the show’s heart.
Best of 2021 found families are the relationships that make characters better and amplify scenes with a balance between angst and love.
Chicago Fire “Winterfest” is full of some incredible holiday moments and yet it misses the mark on a bit more heart.
Chicago Fire “Two Hundred” marks the series’ 200th episode, and Captain Matt Casey’s difficult decision that leaves a lasting mark on everyone.