Chicago Fire: our favorite moments in Season 10

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Chicago Fire is in the middle of Fall hiatus until December 8 when a new episode drops. This break gave us an opportunity to share our favorite moments in Season 10 so far.

From the onset of Season 10, Fire has been packed with surprises. From being uncertain if our team would survive being trapped in a sinking boat, to the shock of losing Casey, Season 10 has been filled with, “I didn’t see that coming” favorite moments.

Here are our Chicago Fire Season 10 favorite moments:

After finding themselves trapped under a boat, Severide (Taylor Kinney) sets off an explosion in an attempt to save Cruz (Joe Minoso), Capp (Randy Flagler), Tony (Anthony Ferraris) and himself.

After Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) and Gallo (Alberto Rosende) fall through the roof of a building that’s on fire, Severide (Taylor Kinney) sets out to rescue them as Casey (Jesse Spencer) makes a dangerous save.

While cleaning up after a huge crash between a truck and car, Herrmann (David Eigenberg) unexpectedly finds a child still stuck inside the car.

After Cruz (Joe Minoso) panics, Severide (Taylor Kinney) makes a big save.

When a customer at Molly’s makes homophobic comments to Ritter (Daniel Kyri), 51 quickly stands by his side.

Jesse Spencer gets a farewell send-off from fellow cast members including Eamonn Walker, Taylor Kinney, Kara Killmer and more.

After Severide (Taylor Kinney) and Casey (Jesse Spencer) battle a fire at a church, they realize this might be their last fire to fight together for quite a while.

Herrmann (David Eigenberg), Brett (Kara Killmer) and members of 51, along with the help of two other CFD crews, free a man impaled by a basketball hoop.

After getting off to a rough start, Pelham (Brett Dalton), the relief lieutenant, tries to buy Gallo (Alberto Rosende) a beer.

After holding back for so long, Violet (Hanako Greensmith) finally tries to tell Gallo (Alberto Rosende) how she feels.

Speaking to TV Line, the series’ showrunner Derek Haas revealed that the show’s upcoming ninth episode, which is set to air on December 8, will be an special holiday-themed episode.

“For the first time in years, as long as I can remember, we’re doing a holiday episode,” Haas said, promising that the episode will “make the Hallmark Channel jealous.”


Chicago Fire executive producers include Dick Wolf, Derek Haas, Todd Arnow, Andrea Newman, Michael Gilvary, Michael Brandt, Reza Tabrizi, Arthur W. Forney, Peter Jankowski. 

Chicago Fire is produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, in association with Wolf Entertainment. Filmed at Cinespace Chicago Film Studio.

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