Episode 9×06 “Blow this Up Somehow”
Gallo makes a split-second decision during a dangerous fire rescue leaving Casey steaming that his direct orders were not obeyed.
Kidd feels a strain in her relationship with Severide.
Brett and Mackey find themselves searching for answers following a series of suspicious calls.
Air Date: Wednesday, Feb. 10 (9-10 p.m.) on NBC.
Episode 9×05 “My Lucky Day”
When Firehouse 51 is called to the scene of a dangerous blaze inside a 10-story storage unit, Herrmann and Cruz find themselves trapped inside a freight elevator with all communications cut off.
Air Date: Wednesday, Feb. 3 (9-10 p.m.) on NBC.
Photos: “My Lucky Day”
Episode 9×04 “Funny What Things Remind Us”
While completing a task assigned to him by headquarters, Boden makes an unforeseen connection.
When the firehouse is called to the site of a construction explosion, Gallo is forced to make a surprise rescue to one of their own.
Mouch reignites an old feud.
Air Date: Wednesday, January 27 (9-10 p.m.) on NBC.
Photos: “Funny What Things Remind Us”
Episode 9×03 “Smash Therapy”
A mishap on the aerial ladder in the midst of a fire rescue leaves Mouch shaken and questioning his abilities.
Kidd looks for support from Severide while Casey and Brett discuss their future.
Air Date: Wednesday, January 13 (9-10 p.m.) on NBC.
Photos: “Smash Therapy”
Episode 9×02 “That Kind of Heat”
Brett and Mackey find their lives in peril.
Casey and Brett tread in unfamiliar territory.
Severide chases a memory while Kidd adeptly solves a firehouse problem.
Ritter puts himself in harms way during a harrowing call.
Air Date: Wednesday, November 18 (9-10 p.m.) on NBC.
Photos: “That Kind of Heat”
Episode 9×01 “Rattle Second City”
In the season 9 premiere, Firehouse 51 welcomes a new member to the team, whose presence could provide some complications.
Brett’s leadership shines during a scary call.
Boden sees great potential in Kidd and proposes an idea that could have lasting repercussions.
Air Date: Wednesday, November 11 (9-10 p.m.) on NBC.
Photos: “Rattle Second City”
About Chicago Fire Season 9
From renowned Emmy Award-winning executive producer Dick Wolf (“Law & Order” brand) and co-creator Derek Haas, the writer behind “3:10 to Yuma,” comes season nine of the high-octane drama “Chicago Fire,” an edge-of-your-seat view look at the lives of everyday heroes committed to one of America’s noblest professions. The firefighters, rescue squad and paramedics of Chicago Firehouse 51 risk their lives week in and week out to save and protect the citizens of their incredible city.
The family inside Firehouse 51 knows no other way than to lay it all on the line for each other. Capt. Matthew Casey (Jesse Spencer) leads the Truck Company and brash Lt. Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney) runs the Rescue Squad.
The firehouse also includes Battalion Chief Wallace Boden (Eamonn Walker), a fireman’s fireman. As chief of 51, Boden keeps his house running smoothly and his firefighters prepared to overcome all adversity. Paramedic Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer) returns alongside seasoned veterans Christopher Herrmann (David Eigenberg) and Randy “Mouch” McHolland (Christian Stolte) as well as resourceful firefighter Stella Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo).
Completing the team are dependable squad member Joe Cruz (Joe Minoso), daredevil Blake Gallo (Alberto Rosende), engine newbie Darren Ritter (Daniel Kyri) and the newest addition, paramedic Gianna Mackey (Adriyan Rae).
Executive producers are Dick Wolf, Derek Haas, Todd Arnow, Andrea Newman, Michael Gilvary, Michael Brandt, Reza Tabrizi, Arthur Forney and Peter Jankowski.
“Chicago Fire” is produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, in association with Wolf Entertainment.