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Chicago Fire’s new episode features a small crossover

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David Eigenberg continues to star as Christopher Herrmann on Chicago Fire. Pic credit: ©ImageCollect.com/Carrie-nelson

The new episode of Chicago Fire is going to feature a mini-crossover for much of the night.

The term “mini-crossover” works well when a primary character from one of the other One Chicago shows pops up for an important storyline.

For Chicago Fire Season 11, Episode 14 on February 22, Trudy Platt is going to be deeply involved in an arson investigation that has her working the case out of Firehouse 51.

Actress Amy Morton has appeared on Chicago Fire a number of times since her character is married to one of the firefighters (Mouch). This means that Amy sometimes pops up for a moment or two to interact with Christian Stolte (Mouch).

This time, though, she is going to be on board with getting some help from Fire Cop himself, Kelly Severide (played by Taylor Kinney).

In the early photos that have been released for the February 22 episode of Chicago Fire, Trudy Platt appears in quite a few of them. The new installment is called Run Like Hell.

The first photo shared below has Mouch and Trudy talking about something out in the firehouse, with what looks to be a lot of evidence laid out on the table.

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Christian Stolte as Randy “Mouch” McHolland and Amy Morton as Trudy Platt in an episode of Chicago Fire. Pic credit: Adrian S Burrows Sr/NBCUniversal

In this second photo, Trudy is standing with Kelly Severide as they attend a meeting where it appears that the group is asking the community for some help investigating a mysterious fire.

No criminals are going to be safe when Trudy and Severide are working on the same case.

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Taylor Kinney as Kelly Severide and Amy Morton as Trudy Platt on Chicago Fire Season 11, Episode 14. Pic credit: Adrian S Burrows Sr/NBCUniversal

More from One Chicago

After that new episode of Chicago Fire, the 200th episode of Chicago P.D. will debut on NBC. The writers put together an action-packed installment, and the first TV promo from that Chicago P.D. episode was recently released.

Making it to 200 episodes is a huge milestone for any television show, so the writers and producers marked the event with a night that will almost feel like a movie.

Regarding what’s to come for Chicago Fire, a showrunner released some relationship spoilers that could lead to some drama and chaos within the firehouse. Viewers paying close attention may have already seen something like this coming.

And for any fans who had not seen the news yet, Chicago Fire made a list of the best firefighter shows of all time, putting it among some really good ones from over the years.

Chicago Fire airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on NBC.

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Melinda
Melinda
1 month ago

I love Chicago fire ūüĒ•. I have got all seasons on DVD except season 11 I can’t wait to see Chicago fire 11..I have favorites too severide and Casey and Cruz .miles… it’s my favorite show I like all the firefighters are amazing to watch..

Virginia Breed
Virginia Breed
1 month ago
Reply to  Melinda

Where did you buy your Chicago fire dvd?

Carol
Carol
1 month ago

Do not like how storyline with Stella is going to go, especially with Taylor Kenny leaving.

Renee Mazan
Renee Mazan
1 month ago

Iam a big fan of Chicago Fire & Chicago PD. Can’t wait for this episode ūüėć