Chicago-Fire NBC TV Show
Show Important Facts:
- Premise: Follows fictional firefighters and paramedics working in the Chicago Fire Department at Firehouse 51. Shows their professional and personal lives.
- Genre: Action drama
- Created By: Derek Haas and Michael Brandt.
- Setting: Filmed in Chicago and centered around the operations of the firehouse – fighting fires, EMT calls.
- Episodes & Seasons: 11 seasons so far, over 200 episodes. Still currently airing on NBC.
- Style: Serialized personal storylines mixed with more episodic emergency rescues/fires. Focus on camaraderie of the firehouse “family”.
- Awards Recognition: Nominated for multiple People’s Choice Awards and Imagen Foundation awards.
- Spin-offs: Successful spin-offs include Chicago P.D., Chicago Med, and Chicago Justice based in the same universe.
- Where To Watch: Airs on NBC, past seasons streaming on Peacock. Syndicated on cable TV.
Plot: The story of firefighters and paramedics in the city of Chicago, both on a personal and professional level.
Runtime: 43 min
Genre: Action, Drama
Awards: 6 wins & 24 nominations
Writer: Michael Brandt, Derek Haas
Actors: Taylor Kinney, Christian Stolte, Eamonn Walker
Country: United States
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