Chicago fire is an action, drama, and action-fiction-based series that released its first season back on the 10th of October 2012. The series currently has 11 seasons with about 20 to 14 episodes with the 9th season being the only exception with 16 episodes. The 11th season was aired just recently on the 21st of September 2022. The series is given a 48% rating by Rotten Tomatoes, 8/10 by IMDb, a 49% by Metacritic, and the audience rating was summed up to give it a rating of 4.6/5. The show is quite liked by the audience since it tends to display the real-life incidents one may face through their reel aspect. Who Is Leaving The Series Chicago Fire? Multiple cast members are leaving the series Chicago Fire, namely, Brett Dalton (Jason Pelham), Matthew Casey (Jesse Spencer), Blake Gallo (Alberto Rosende), and Sylvie Brett. Brett Dalton decided to leave the show because of the pressure and awkward situations he was put under by Jesse Spencer’s (Matthew Casey’s) fans and left the series in the episode “An officer with Grit”. Jesse Spencer left the show without giving a solid reason and stated it was a difficult decision to make since he loved the show dearly but had other things he had to do with his future. He left in the 200th episode of the series. Blake Gallo is rumored to be leaving the show as well. This may or may not be true because his leaving the show would affect it in more than just one way since he played a key character in 51. Sylvie Brett seems to be leaving the show to be with her boyfriend Matthew Casey (Jesse Spencer). No other reason was elaborated. Chicago Fire Cast The show has an enthusiastic cast of actors namely: The current main cast of the series includes Taylor Kinney who is the Lieutenant Kelly Severide of Squad Company 3, Miranda Rae Mayo plays the role of Stella Kidd a Lieutenant on Truck Company 81, Eamonn Walker is a Deputy District Chief with his reel name being Wallace Boden. Kara Killmer as a paramedic in Ambulance 61, David Eigenberg who plays the role of Lieutenant Christopher Hermann from Engine Company 51, Joe Minoso a Firefighter from the Squad Company 3 with his name being Joe Cruz and Christian Stolte another Firefighter but from Truck Company 81. The series has quite the cast for it has been airing for about 10 years and is still running which basically means the cast list is only going to increase in the future. MUST READ || How To Build A Sex Room Season 2 Release Date And All Other Updates! Chicago Fire Story Chicago Fire is a story that tends to portray the struggles of public workers that generally goes by unnoticed. It elaborates and revolves around the lives and experiences of firefighters, rescue personnel, paramedics, and such who work in the Chicago Fire Department. They have focused on one particular division of the department: Firehouse 51, Engine Company 51, Truck Company 81, Rescue Squad Company 3, Ambulance 61, and Battalion 25. The plot gives us more than just an overview of how they struggle with saving lives. The series tries to show the reality in a more naked way rather than sugarcoating it as it does not let an injured firefighter miraculously recover from a dreadful situation they were put in just because the audience demands a happy ending. Since, the story has gone on for about 10 years it has set up quite a fanbase who react over slight changes or even about the cast who decide to leave the show for personal reasons. Hopefully, the cast would not dispatch too much and would continue to entertain us the same way it has been doing forever. Chicago Fire Trailer If the series has grabbed your interest but are still unsure about watching it you can browse the trailer for all the seasons of the said series on fuboTV, Peacock, NBC, Telemundo, SYFY, USA Network, Bravo, E!, OXYGEN, Spectrum TV, Vudu, Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, or YouTube. Where To Watch Chicago Fire Online? The series currently has 11 seasons and 220+ episodes, you can watch it online on multiple apps and sites such as fuboTV, Peacock, NBC, Telemundo, SYFY, USA Network, Bravo, E!, OXYGEN, Spectrum TV, Vudu, Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, or YouTube. The series is worth a watch and if you are somebody who has already indulged yourself in watching this series then you can watch Chicago Med and Chicago PD which has a similar plot base and would keep you aware and entertained equally. MUST READ || Di4ries Season 2 Release Date And All Other Updates!