Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 14 recap: A helping hand goes a long way

Last night’s Chicago Fire put the spotlight on a dynamic that we hadn’t quite been privy too before. “Shut it down” brought a story about how a series of apparently unexplainable gas leaks all over Chicago threatened thousands of lives. And while that plot was well done and exciting to watch, what brought it home


Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 13 recap: Chicago shows up for each other

Last night’s Chicago Fire told us a tragic, but touching story. While “A Chicago Welcome” was more of a filler episode in season 8, the main plot with Casey and Brett carried the hour very nicely, despite the uneven storytelling on other fronts. I’m still scratching my head in confusion at what the hell happened


Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 12 recap: The Nick Porter of it all

This week’s Chicago Fire had all the elements that make this show great. We had three parallel plots, and each of them served to round out this episode with all the aspects of a perfect night with our favorite firefighters and paramedics. “And Then Nick Porter Happened” was as funny and dramatic as it was


Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 6 Recap: The new kid on the block

Last night’s Chicago Fire finally gave us the backstory on the new guy at 51. And I have to say, even though I miss my baby Otis dearly, Blake Gallo has been a great addition to the Firehouse. Usually, it takes me a little while to warm up to a new character. However, Alberto Rosende managed


Who plays Gallo on Chicago Fire cast? New firefighter is Alberto Rosende

The death of Otis led to Gallo joining Chicago Fire. The new firefighter is played by Alberto Rosende, who has also brought a lot of youth and excitement to the show over his first few episodes. The new firefighter is named Blake Gallo and he has already made several big saves for Firehouse 51. That


One Chicago crossover event begins with Chicago Fire

The One Chicago crossover event has arrived. Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, and Chicago P.D. will all encompass one thread of storytelling on Wednesday night. The television event is called Infection and it has three parts. NBC shook up the television schedule a tad for October 16, beginning with Chicago Fire airing at 8/7c. It will