After nearly two seasons of Chicago Fire, you'd think the firefighters at Firehouse 51 had seen it all. But nothing could have prepared them for the events of Tuesday's new episode (10/9c, NBC).
In the hour, titled "A Dark Day," the Chicago hospital where Casey (Jesse Spencer) and Dawson (Monica Raymund) are volunteering for a charity run is rocked by a huge...
Grease fires are a common occurrence for any firefighter, but the boys of Firehouse 51 get more than they bargained for on Tuesday's Chicago Fire (10/9c, NBC).
In this exclusive sneak peek, Casey (Jesse Spencer) and Herrmann (David Eigenberg) put out ...
After weeks of having to deal with the physical and emotional side effects of his near-fatal head trauma, it looks Lt. Casey (Jesse Spencer) is finally getting back to his A-game on Chicago Fire.
In this exclusive sneak peek from...
Most people have a tough time getting back in shape after the holidays, but this past year, Chicago Fire star Monica Raymund had extra incentive: her character's upcoming firefighter academy test.
"Was my body prepared? No. We started shooting those episodes after the holidays, so after two weeks of just, like, eating," Raymund tells TVGuide.com with a laugh.
Thankfully, she was able to buckle down enough to do the whole test on camera for one grueling 14-hour shoot. "It was all me. All 14 hours. All the cardio," she says. "By the end of it, some of my crew members were applauding and
Coming from the man behind the long-running Law & Order franchise — which has spawned four spin-offs since the mothership's 1990 debut — it should come as no surprise that the Dick Wolf-produced Chicago Fire would meet a similar fate. However, showrunner Matt Olmstead admits he didn't see it coming.
"It's funny," he tells TVGuide.com. "If we would have started out thinking that we were going to spin off Jason Beghe's character into a show, we probably wouldn't have...