There are so many great episodes of Chicago Fire, but which ones really stand out? Do you like "Real Never Waits" the best, or is "Your Day Is Coming" your favorite episode of Chicago Fire? To determine once and for all what the best episodes of Chicago Fire are, let's rank every Chicago Fire episode from best to worst.
Chicago Fire, which premiered on October 10, 2012, is an action-drama series on NBC following the firefighters and paramedics of Firehouse 51. The series stars Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney, and Monica Raymund. In 2017, Chicago Fire was nominated for two People's Choice Awards for "Favorite Network TV Drama."
Vote up your favorite episodes of Chicago Fire, and downvote any bad episodes that you really didn't enjoy, despite how much you love the series as a whole. It can be painful to put one Chicago Fire episode over the other when there are so many good ones each season, which is why you can vote on however many episodes you like.
An explosion at a Chicago hospital rocks the city.
An out of control blaze spells trouble for Firehouse 51.
Firehouse 51 falls under seige when local gang members take over.
The members of Firehouse 51 and the Austin firehouse clash when trucks collide on the way to a call. Boden comes up with a plan to get Dawson her badge. Mills faces his past and future. The Molly's group hits a speed bump starting the food truck.
The Firehouse is set to close, but 51 is not going down without a fight.
Casey finds himself in the middle of a dire situation.
A physical workout turns mental for Severide.
Firehouse 51 is called to the scene of a harrowing and challenging disaster.
The Chicago Fire Team works seamlessly with Chicago Med personnel to help aid victims of a deadly gas leak, but things quickly take a turn for the worse when the hospital is suddenly forced into quarantine.
Firehouse 51 steps in when a blackout causes chaos in the community.
Members of Firehouse 51 band together in a time of need.
A call to a boarding school leaves Severide questioning himself and Dawson's training is put to the test in the Season Finale.
The Firehouse is shocked to discover that one of their own becomes the surprising victim of a stabbing, and an attempted suicide raises some questions - a three-part story arc crosses over into "Chicago Med" and concludes the following night on "Chicago P.D."
Dawson finds herself trapped in a collapsed parking structure while off duty.
For the firefighters, rescue squad and paramedics of Chicago Firehouse 51, no occupation is more stressful or dangerous, yet so rewarding and exhilarating.
Firefighters face theft accusations and an investigation.
Severide pulls out all of the stops in hopes of resolving his problems.
Dawson puts her life on the line to save a young boy and Otis fears for the worst.
Boden takes charge as divisions continue to threaten the cohesion of the house in the season finale.
The situation turns dire when members of Firehouse 51 are split up and reassigned.
Chicago's finest are left to work in treacherous conditions when a severe ice storm forces its residents into a citywide lockdown.
Tensions between Squad and Truck begin to boil over threatening to divide the house, while Casey goes undercover.
Severide is forced into a delicate situation and Casey receives a surprise in the mail.
Dawson begins a new chapter at Firehouse 51.
Dawson and Antonio welcome their parents to town and Chief Boden discovers some unsettling news.