Chicago Fire Season 11, Episode 5, is going to feature a difficult call for the team.
That call takes place at a mortuary, which, according to the TV promo, is going to lead to a few very intense moments.
As for the humorous parts of the episode, they look to revolve around a haunted house that Firehouse 51 is going to put on for the neighborhood. What might make it even more enjoyable will be to see how Chief Boden views the shenanigans.
On the last episode of Chicago Fire, we saw how 51 was adjusting to the loss of Chief Hawkins. It definitely impacted Boden, who feels he hasn’t been there enough for his son.
Thanks to the help of Kelly Severide, Violet is back at work and partnered with Sylvie Brett again. That’s good news all around.
We also got to learn a little more about the backstory for new firefighter Sam Carver (played by Jake Lockett), even though it still seems like the writers are only scratching the surface there.
Chicago Fire Season 11, Episode 5 synopsis
“Firehouse 51 hosts a Halloween open house. Kidd and Severide help a young girl after she gets kicked out of her home,” reads the full synopsis for Chicago Fire Season 11, Episode 5.
This new episode is called Haunted House, which makes sense due to what is going to take place on the night. As with most episodes, though, that title probably has a double meaning.
Chicago Fire TV promo for October 19 episode
Below is the TV promo that NBC is running for the Chicago Fire episode called Haunted House. It is a brief one, but it shows that not all rescues are going to be easy ones for the firefighters.
Haunted House debuts for the first time on Wednesday, October 19 at 9/8c on NBC.
More news from One Chicago
Some huge news from One Chicago reveals a main character is leaving Chicago Med. This is a bit shocking since some other characters left during the season premiere, and this could shift things a lot on the show.
Regarding the next new episode of the show, Chicago Med fans are going to get a surprise based on the advertising being done for the October 19 installment.
And speaking of new people to the world of One Chicago, a Yellowstone actor is joining Chicago P.D. This could lead to another interesting roadblock in the dynamics that are taking place within Intelligence.
Chicago Fire airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on NBC.