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’s “Halfway to the Moon” raises the question of who gets their way in an argument that could’ve been a conversation.
Chicago Fire’s “What Inside You” takes us through a hostage situation that reminds us of the immense heart residing within Firehouse 51.
Tracy Spiridakos’ performance in Chicago P.D.’s “Still Water” is the kind of performance that deserves praise.
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’s “Back With A Bang” brings our best girl Stella Kidd front and center while continuing to establish the show’s heart.
Chicago Fire “Winterfest” is full of some incredible holiday moments and yet it misses the mark on a bit more heart.
Chicago P.D.’s “Fracture” makes it clear that healing starts from the root, forcing us to question if Voight’s time to step down might actually come.
Chicago Fire “Two Hundred” marks the series’ 200th episode, and Captain Matt Casey’s difficult decision that leaves a lasting mark on everyone.
Chicago P.D.’s “In the Dark” makes us wonder if Hailey Upton and Jay Voight will finally bring an end to Voight’s reign as a corrupt sergeant.
We’ll be here with our hearts full of joy because of Stella Kidd and Kelly Severide’s moment of casual intimacy in Chicago Fire’s “Mayday.”
Chicago Fire’s “Counting Your Breaths” continues to cement on the heart of found families and focuses on the stories we tell.
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