Fans of the Chicago Fire, get ready! A new season of the drama series is on its way. Read on to find out more about Chicago Fire Season 11.
A show, which follows the lives of Chicago Fire Department firefighters, rescuers, and paramedics on both a professional and personal level, may not appear to be appealing to viewers at first, but the series has proven them wrong.
As this American drama is loved by millions of people around the world for its action-packed, reassuring episodes of the characters that bring out the best in the series, and frankly, fans just love to watch the episodes unfold with each new installment as the series progresses to a new chapter.
Chicago Fire is one of the NBC Network’s longest-running programs, and it has amassed a large fan base over the years, which has benefited the series in terms of viewership and the development of future series.
The series is created by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas and is executive produced by Dick Wolf. It’s the first in Wolf Entertainment’s Chicago series. On October 10, 2012, the series premiered on NBC.
After 10 seasons, the franchise isn’t slowing down any time soon, with new a season slated to hit television screens in the near future. Here’s all we know about Chicago Fire Season 11.
Will there be Season 11 of Chicago Fire?
Yes! Chicago Fire Season 11 is already officially underway. In February 2020, it was announced that the franchise would be renewed. But that isn’t the only good news for fans, as the spin-off series Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med, have all been renewed for three more seasons by NBC.
Christian Stolte, who portrays Firefighter Randy “Mouch” McHolland, also confirmed the news by tweeting the following post on his official social media handle.
Check out the Tweet below:
— Christian Stolte (@ChristianStolte) February 28, 2020
Chicago Fire Season 11 Release Date
The series has just been renewed for Season 11, so no official release date has been announced yet. As the series is still in the pre-production stages, it will be impossible to estimate any release dates.
Moreover, it may take some time for the network or cast members to announce a specific launch date for Chicago Fire Season 11. So the fans have to patiently wait and keep a closer look for any such updates which may be released soon.
What can the fans expect to see in Chicago Fire Season 11?
The storyline for Chicago Fire Season 11 has yet to be released by the show’s makers. However, the series will most likely focus on a group of firemen who must balance their personal and professional life.
Because the program is entirely built on firemen and paramedics saving others in life-threatening circumstances while risking their own lives, viewers may expect more intense sequences in the upcoming season.
There may be some fresh storylines in the works to make the next chapter more thrilling and startling for fans who are involved in the series and its spin-offs.
When the series enters full production mode and starts promotion to debut the series, it is expected that further details regarding storyline and character specifics will be provided to the fans.
How many episodes will be there in Chicago Fire Season 11?
The official number of episodes in Chicago Fire Season 11 is yet to be determined. As a result, we won’t be able to anticipate how many episodes will be aired in the future season.
If we had to predict, we could go by the pattern of episodes featured in past seasons, which spans from 16 to 24 episodes.
As a result, we may have an idea that the episodes might be in the same range in Chicago Fire Season 11 and wait patiently for the official updates.
Moreover, we would like to highlight that the previous seasons of Chicago Fire usually began in September or October, so fans may not have to wait long to see one of their favorite shows return with all-new episodes.
Chicago Fire Episode Runtime
Each episode of the Chicago Fire franchise lasts for about 43 minutes.
Where to watch Chicago Fire Season 11?
Chicago Fire is now available on fuboTV, Peacock, and Hulu Plus. On Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, iTunes, Netflix, and Vudu, you may rent or buy Chicago Fire to watch online. Chicago Fire is available to watch for free on NBC or IMDb TV. Season 11 will also be available on the same platforms and NBC.
The series is accessible to stream on a variety of digital streaming services, which allows fans in other countries to keep up with the seasons without having to wait for them to be launched on a specific streaming site.
Chicago Fire Season 11 cast
The main cast includes:
- Jesse Spencer as Captain Matthew Casey
- Taylor Kinney as Lieutenant Kelly Severide
- Kara Killmer as Paramedic in Charge Sylvie Brett
- David Eigenberg as Lieutenant Christopher Herrmann
- Eamonn Walker as Battalion Chief/Deputy District Chief Wallace Boden
- Joe Miñoso as Firefighter Joe Cruz
- Christian Stolte as Firefighter Randy “Mouch” McHolland
- Miranda Rae Mayo as Firefighter Stella Kidd
- Alberto Rosende as Firefighter Blake Gallo
- Daniel Kyri as Firefighter Darren Ritter
- Hanako Greensmith as Paramedic Violet Mikami
The recurring cast includes:
- Randy Flagler as Firefighter Harold Capp
- Anthony Ferraris as Firefighter Tony Ferraris
- Kristen Gutoskie as Chloe Cruz
- Jimmy Nicholas as Paramedic Field Chief Evan Hawkins
- Brett Dalton as Lieutenant Jason Pelham
- Andy Allo as Lieutenant Wendy Seager
Which cast members are returning for Chicago Fire Season 11?
Since Jesse Spencer, who plays Matthew Casey on the show, has departed the show, it has been claimed that he will not be returning for the eleventh season. The actor does not divulge the reason for his abrupt departure.
On the other side, the good news is that all of the other prominent cast members will return for Chicago Fire Season 11.
Is there any trailer available for Chicago Fire Season 11?
Since the series is currently airing in its tenth season, and it is still in the early stages of pre-production for the upcoming season, there is no trailer available for Chicago Fire Season 11. It will be released after the filming is completed and the network confirms the release date for the trailer.
However, you should check out the promo for Season 10 Episode 19, which was released a few days ago as Season 10 is currently premiering worldwide.
Check out the official promo below:
In the promo, Firehouse 51 is shown putting out a fire caused by a fallen jet engine, and one of their own is suspected of stealing from them as a result of the event. Kidd and Boden are both against Kylie’s new love partner.
What is the official reception of the series so far?
According to IMDb, the series has a score of 8.2 out of 10 with 54k votes.
Jessica Johnson from Time Out Chicago stated – The heroics of Firehouse 51 are really something to behold, but if the rest of the show doesn’t lighten the load a bit, viewers are never going to be able to sit through it long enough to see them.
On Meta Critic, the series has an overall score of 49 with 23 critic reviews and a user score of 8.1 with 25 ratings.
The official synopsis of the Chicago Fire
The show follows the lives of the firefighters and paramedics working at the Chicago Fire Department firehouse of Engine 51, Truck 81, Squad 3, Ambulance 61 & Battalion 25.
Following the death of fireman Andrew Darden, loyalties fracture and divide as the leader of Truck 81, Lt. Matthew Casey, and the leader of the elite rescue squad, Lt. Kelly Severide, both blame each other.
Despite the differences, the firehouse comes together after the near-death of firefighter Christopher Herrmann. Candidate Peter Mills, newly assigned to the firehouse, is following in the footsteps of his father and trying to find his place in the station.
With paramedics Gabriela Dawson and Leslie Shay and under the leadership of Battalion Chief Wallace Boden, the team faces life or death decisions every day. Still, it looks like a family, making sure to look out for each other, no matter what happens.
Check out some official stills from Chicago Fire Season 10
When is the next episode of Chicago Fire Season 10 releasing?
Episode 19 of Chicago Fire Season 10, titled Finish What You Started, is all set to release on April 20, 2022.
While you wait for more updates on the upcoming season, catch up on all of the previous seasons of Chicago Fire.