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Chicago Fire spoilers: How did Chicago Fire season 9 end?

Chicago Fire showrunner Derek Haas warned us a “life-altering” finale was coming and the Chicago Fire season 9 finale definitely lived up to that promise.

In the closing hour of the season, “No Survivors,” we saw one member of 51 pondering a career change, witnessed a jaw-dropping Brettsey development, celebrated another couple’s big news, watched as sparks were reignited between a pair of old flames and found the lives of several beloved members of 51 hanging in the balance in a finale sequence that is sure to have fans talking all summer long!

** Warning: The following post contains spoilers from the Chicago Fire season 9 finale **

Before we get to the season’s big cliffhangers, let’s start with the more pleasant developments the season 9 finale delivered beginning with the elephant in the room: the fate of Brettsey.

After confessing his love for her in the previous episode, things between Casey (Jesse Spencer) and Brett (Kara Killmer) were quite awkward throughout the better part of the episode. Luckily Brett’s avoidance of Casey was a misdirect of sorts as she would eventually confess that she felt the same way about him leading to a steamy hookup for the couple.

Speaking of couples, love was in the air in 51 as the flirtation between Violet (Hanako Greensmith) and Gallo (Alberto Rosende) seemed to move back to the front burner. While Violet is playing hard to get, it’s clear the spark has been reignited between the pair and we fully expect the relationship to develop even further in season 10!

Finally, our last big development on the relationship front came as Severide (Taylor Kinney) and Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) announced their engagement to 51, and Severide asking Casey to be his best man.

Chicago Fire season 9 finale ending explained

Chicago Fire season 9 ended with two big cliffhangers with the future of Chief Boden (Eamonn Walker) and the entire Squad team up in the air.

Starting with Boden, in the finale we learned that he had been approached about being considered for the deputy district chief role. The opportunity weighs on Boden throughout the episode as he has a series of encounters both with members of 51 and those in his community championing the impact he’s had as Chief.

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In the final moments before the season’s big cliffhanger, we see Boden call up Deputy Commissioner Gloria Hill to presumably give her his decision on the deputy district chief role; however, we don’t get to hear his answer meaning we’ll have to wait until season 10 to learn whether Boden could be leaving 51.

As for the episode’s big cliffhanger?

Looking to save the life of the victim trapped in an overturned boat, Severide, Cruz (Joe Minoso), Capp (Randy Flagler) and Tony (Anthony Ferraris) suit up in scuba gear and make their way into the waters to perform an underwater rescue.

While they’re able to make it to the victim, their exit was blocked after the boat began collapsing on top of them. In the final moments of the finale, the water rises above their head just as the episode fades to black leaving the fate of the four Squad members very much up in the air as the rest of 51 watched on from the shore unknowing of the danger their fellow firefighters were in.

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Chicago Fire has finally returned!

Season ten begins where nine left off- Squad is trapped inside a sinking boat in the middle of Lake Michigan with no air and no way out. As the boat sank to the bottom of the lake with our boys inside of it, it gave the heart-pounding television that Chicago Fire is known for. Thank God, they didn’t drag it out. I don’t know if my heart could have taken it. Just the audacity of the thought of them taking away Joe Cruz (played by Joe Minoso) was enough to make me scream. Thankfully it all worked out, but I have thoughts about the first ten minutes, especially:

Let me start here: Severide and Casey must share one brain cell between them, and it shows. Severide blows up the boat to make an escape route while Casey thinks he is going to attempt a rescue with a life preserver and a tank of air with no mask. Neither of these sounds like good ideas. Both are decisions made in desperation, Severide’s especially, but I have questions, especially for you Matt Casey. Dumb, stupid men who only want to save the people they love is the brand of Matt Casey and Kelly Severide. I would not have them any other way.

Now that I have that off my chest, let’s move on to the rest of the episode.

Big changes look to be coming to Firehouse 51

Boden got a promotion, and it looks like he will have to move firehouses because of it. Everyone in 51 seemed happy for him except Stella, who was the only one to point out that his new position comes with a move. When he confronted her later at Molly’s about her feelings, she let it all come out. She didn’t want him to leave but she didn’t want him to turn down the promotion. Family is family and 51 wouldn’t be the same without Boden. While I agree with her, no one can stay forever. Boden deserves to shine and be the mentor he has been at 51 to the department.

The same can be said for Stella, who admitted that she would be leaving as soon as there was a Lieutenant’s position for her, regardless of house. As Boden said, they must have faith that the foundation of what they have built can last.

I have no doubt that it will.

The people at 51 are a family.

The New Guys

Gallo, Violet, and Ritter are the trio I need in my life. Gallo and Violet cannot seem to get along for more than 24 hours and poor Ritter ends up being the referee. I have two things to say about this:

Ritter, you need new friends

Gallo and Violet, you need to smash it out again.

I am not sorry, I said what I said.

This new side hustle with a microbrewery is going to be hilarious because you know it will be fraught with tension from the main three and I am pretty sure they are going to butt heads with Herrmann at some point as well. Family will persevere and all will be well.

I am begging you, Gallo and Violet. Begging you, please smash again soon. I don’t know if I can take years of this. 

Which brings me to:

Stellaride:

Stella Kidd (played by Miranda Rae Mayo) had to watch from the sidelines while her future was in jeopardy and Miranda played those moments with such panic and desperation. You could feel her just crawling out of her own skin wanting to do something that could help Squad (and Severide) and the look of betrayal on her face when Casey ordered her to stay and the softening in her eyes when he told her that he would bring Severide back was brilliant. The relief once Severide was topside and the way she wouldn’t let him go in the hospital and once they got home was so relatable and human.  

“Imagine how lame our wedding would have been if you died.”

Then she proceeded to seduce him.

Stella, please do not ever change.

The only thing that I can see standing in the way of a Stellaride happily ever after is Kelly Severide himself. You saw the look on his face after he called his mother. He has his own doubts and fears when it comes to marriage and his mother did not help matters. Not to mention that Stella will eventually leave 51 for a promotion.

I predict some rough waters coming this season. Hopefully with a happy ending.

Joe and Chloe:

Joe and Chloe nearly brought me to tears at the hospital when he caressed her baby bump and apologized for “ruining” the baby shower.

The fact Chloe knows her man well enough to ask everyone else if he is going to be okay rather than take his word for it, which is such a real thing for a wife to do.

The real things they have Chloe and Joe go through as a newly married couple who are expecting their first child together is something I really love. How his mother-in-law wants to “help” but always ends up making things more stressful for them is relatable to a lot of people.

Their love is so real and so pure and I am begging this show not to screw this up. Let my babies be happy!

Brettsey:

Matt Casey and Sylvie Brett are finally together after three long years of “will they, or won’t they?” and I couldn’t be happier. I wasn’t quite sure why they were keeping everything on the down low, though. Maybe they just wanted to keep it private for a little bit, or maybe they just didn’t want to hear the ribbing from their fellow co-workers. Either way, it cracked me up when Mouch and Herrmann basically called them soft, dumb idiots:

“Do they not realize that we all know they are together?”

“How could we not?”

“We knew a year before they did.”

That’s what they get for sneaking out of Molly’s for sexy times at Brett’s apartment.

I did like that Brett confessed that seeing Matt going into dangerous situations is different for her now that they are together. This, too, is relatable and real. Also, the way Matt put his arm around Sylvie after they were outed by Capp and Tony melted by heart.

This episode gives me the feeling that they have a strong foundation for whatever is going to come their way this season.

In summary, these people live dangerous lives and they try not to think about what could happen if something goes wrong. To be reminded of it is something that brings the best couples together and these three are the best.

The Gripes:

Are you telling me that you couldn’t have moved the ladder to get that kid off the roof? Casey really had to swing like Spiderman. I know that this moment will lead into other things this season, but really? At least give me a reason as to why you couldn’t do it.

How is it that no one questions where Casey is for two weeks? Not one joke from Severide? Nothing from Stella to Brett? We see him leaving with Brett all the time and there wasn’t one joke about it until Molly’s? Now that they are outed, please give it to me. I need it. Badly.

While this episode ended on a highly optimistic note, I highly doubt the rest of the season will be. There are issues that need to be addressed and goodbyes that will have to be made, at least for the time being.

All and all, it was a good episode.

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Chicago Fire's season 9 finale will drop jaws with major cliffhanger

Warning: This article contains spoilers about Wednesday's episode of Chicago Fire.

NBC's Chicago Fire wrapped up season 9, which started out tame enough, with a very intense final cliffhanger leaving fans wondering if 51's rescue squad will make it out alive.

The episode, titled "No Survivors," could be a very obvious clue that Severide (Taylor Kinney), Joe (Joe Cruz), and Capp (Randy Flagler) drown after an underwater rescue mission goes terribly wrong. Could the trio be taking their place in TV heaven alongside fallen brother Otis (Yuri Sardarov)? Everyone will have to wait until next season to find out.

But boy, wouldn't producers be wrong for that?! Not only is Joe expecting a baby, but Severide finally proposed to Stella (Miranda Rae Mayo) and Capp's girlfriend is very real and very smitten. What a heartbreaking season 10 premiere it would be.

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Before the potential slaughter of the rescue team, things were much lighter. Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer) and Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer) finally professed their love for one another and they consummated their relationship. Gabby (Monica Raymund) seems to be a distant memory at this point, unless, of course, she returns for say... a triple funeral?

Stella was gleefully prepping for her search for a new firehouse while also celebrating her engagement to Severide, who announced the happy news to their friends and colleagues earlier in the episode. It's hard enough waiting for the wedding Mayo so anxiously planned for in her mind during a recent chat with EW, but even harder to imagine her planning for a funeral.

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Chicago Fire showrunner Derek Haas promised us a cliffhanger, and the Season 9 finale certainly delivers one asthe squad is called to an underwater boat rescue. Severide, Cruz, Capp and Tony attempt to swim a victim out to safety when the boat collapses on top of them, blocking their escape route. Plus, they’re all out of air, and the water is rising above their heads as the episode fades to black. Back on shore, a concerned Stella, Casey and Brett look out at the lake, where the quartet have been underwater for more than 22 minutes.

Now let’s rewind to the start of the season ender: Casey can’t stop staring at his uncle’s watch, which he now views as a message from his uncle Jake to get out there and live. Casey tells Severide that he laid it all out there with Brett and she said nothing in response. Meanwhile, the paramedic is kind of avoiding him and spinning out about his confession of love. Casey interprets Brett’s silence as a hint that he made things even more awkward between them, so he’s backing off completely.

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Thankfully, Brett later comes to her senses and finds Casey outside the firehouse in the middle of the night. “We belong together. We’re right for each other,” she says, and he agrees. “When you know, you know. I’m in love with you,” Brett finishes as Casey rushes over to her and kisses her. The two celebrate their new union by getting down to business during a slow, steamy, wordless love scene.

Elsewhere, Boden has been asked if he’d like to be considered for a deputy district chief role. He’s not into the bureaucracy of the job, but Mouch and Herrmann tell Boden that they need people like him in those administrative roles. After Stella thanks Boden for championing her, and a neighbor says it’s nice to have someone his son can look up to, Boden seems to make a decision and calls up Hill, although we don’t hear his answer.

Meanwhile, Violet rejects Gallo’s invitation to go out on a date, thinking that he’s a player because he dated the last paramedic at the firehouse. Ritter vouches for his hapless friend because of course nothing could be further from the truth.

And prior to that cliffhanger, Severide asks Casey to be his best man and tasks him with planning one hell of a bachelor party (“I want to end up on a rooftop with Mike Tyson’s tiger”), then gives Stella a sweet pep talk when she expresses concerns about finding a firehouse as good as 51.

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Chicago Fire showrunner Derek Haas promised us a cliffhanger, and the Season 9 finale certainly delivers one asthe squad is called to an underwater boat rescue. Severide, Cruz, Capp and Tony attempt to swim a victim out to safety when the boat collapses on top of them, blocking their escape route. Plus, they’re all out of air, and the water is rising above their heads as the episode fades to black. Back on shore, a concerned Stella, Casey and Brett look out at the lake, where the quartet have been underwater for more than 22 minutes.

Now let’s rewind to the start of the season ender: Casey can’t stop staring at his uncle’s watch, which he now views as a message from his uncle Jake to get out there and live. Casey tells Severide that he laid it all out there with Brett and she said nothing in response. Meanwhile, the paramedic is kind of avoiding him and spinning out about his confession of love. Casey interprets Brett’s silence as a hint that he made things even more awkward between them, so he’s backing off completely.

Thankfully, Brett later comes to her senses and finds Casey outside the firehouse in the middle of the night. “We belong together. We’re right for each other,” she says, and he agrees. “When you know, you know. I’m in love with you,” Brett finishes as Casey rushes over to her and kisses her. The two celebrate their new union by getting down to business during a slow, steamy, wordless love scene.

Elsewhere, Boden has been asked if he’d like to be considered for a deputy district chief role. He’s not into the bureaucracy of the job, but Mouch and Herrmann tell Boden that they need people like him in those administrative roles. After Stella thanks Boden for championing her, and a neighbor says it’s nice to have someone his son can look up to, Boden seems to make a decision and calls up Hill, although we don’t hear his answer.

Meanwhile, Violet rejects Gallo’s invitation to go out on a date, thinking that he’s a player because he dated the last paramedic at the firehouse. Ritter vouches for his hapless friend because of course nothing could be further from the truth.

And prior to that cliffhanger, Severide asks Casey to be his best man and tasks him with planning one hell of a bachelor party (“I want to end up on a rooftop with Mike Tyson’s tiger”), then gives Stella a sweet pep talk when she expresses concerns about finding a firehouse as good as 51.

Fire fans, what did you think of the season ender? Grade it below, then hit the comments!

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Chicago Fire (season 8)

Season of television series

Chicago Fire
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes20
Original networkNBC
Original releaseSeptember 25, 2019 (2019-09-25) –
April 15, 2020 (2020-04-15)

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The eighth season of Chicago Fire, an American drama television series with executive producer Dick Wolf, and producers Derek Haas and Matt Olmstead, was ordered on February 26, 2019, by NBC.[1] The season premiered on September 25, 2019.[2] The season concluded on April 15, 2020.

On March 13, 2020, the production of the eighth season was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[3] 20 episodes, of a planned 23, were completed.[4]

Cast and characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

  • Jesse Spencer as Captain Matthew Casey, Truck Company 81
  • Taylor Kinney as Lieutenant Kelly Severide, Squad Company 3
  • Kara Killmer as Paramedic in Charge Sylvie Brett, Ambulance 61
  • David Eigenberg as Lieutenant Christopher Herrmann, Engine Company 51
  • Yuri Sardarov as Firefighter Brian "Otis" Zvonecek, Truck Company 81 (Episode 1)
  • Joe Minoso as Firefighter Joe Cruz, Squad Company 3
  • Christian Stolte as Firefighter Randy "Mouch" McHolland, Truck Company 81
  • Miranda Rae Mayo as Firefighter Stella Kidd, Truck Company 81
  • Annie Ilonzeh as Paramedic Emily Foster, Ambulance 61
  • Eamonn Walker as Chief Wallace Boden, Battalion 25
  • Alberto Rosende as Firefighter Candidate Blake Gallo, Truck 81[5]

Recurring characters[edit]

  • Andy Allo as Lieutenant Wendy Seager, OFI
  • Randy Flagler as Firefighter Harold Capp, Rescue Squad 3
  • Anthony Ferraris as Firefighter Tony Ferraris, Rescue Squad 3
  • Daniel Kyri as Firefighter Darren Ritter, Engine 51
  • Teddy Sears as Chaplain Kyle Sheffield
  • Eloise Mumford as Hope Jacquinot

Guest characters[edit]

Crossover characters[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of Chicago Fire episodes

Production[edit]

The season premiere featured the departure of original character Brian "Otis" Zvonecek, played by Yuri Sardarov.[27] Executive producer Derek Haas explained that after the seventh season, they were not sure how they would handle the conclusion to the mattress factory fire. They realised that they had placed characters in danger before having them saved too many times.[27] Haas continued, "The audience has to be reminded that these calls are dangerous and sometimes people don't make it. We thought, what if we killed off Otis and he dies heroically? We realized there was so much emotional landscape we could cover."[27] Haas spoke with Chicago creator Dick Wolf about the decision first, before informing Sardarov that he was being written out. Sardarov agreed to return for the eighth-season premiere.[27] Haas confirmed that he considered killing off Darren Ritter (Daniel Kyri), but as he was only introduced in the seventh season, his death would not have the same impact as an original cast member.[27] Otis' death also gave the writers the chance to script a memorial at the firehouse which had not been done in the series before.[27] Haas hoped that Sardarov would agree to reprise the role for future appearances.[27]

Another ongoing storyline follows Paramedic Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer), who has left Chicago with her fiancé Kyle Sheffield (Teddy Sears) for a small town in Indiana. Haas wanted "to follow through with her agreeing to marry Kyle."[27] He also wanted to bring back her former friend Hope Jacquinot (Eloise Mumford) for the storyline.[27]

Actor Alberto Rosende joins the cast in the recurring role of firefighter Blake Gallo.[28] Haas said the show needed "fresh energy" and called the character a "junior Casey/junior Severide".[27] He added that not everyone in the house is keen on bringing Blake in.[27] On December 13, 2019 it was announced that Rosende was upped to a series regular.[5]

On October 30, 2019, it was announced that former main cast member Monica Raymund would be returning as Gabriela Dawson for the mid-season finale in episode 9, “Best Friend Magic,” on November 20, 2019.[6][29]

On April 16, 2020, it was announced that Annie Ilonzeh, who plays Emily Foster has left the series after two seasons.[30]

Crossover[edit]

The fourth episode of the season begins a crossover event with Chicago Med and Chicago P.D..[31] Derek Haas and Dick Wolf wrote the story for all three parts and Haas wrote the teleplay for part one.[31] The plot revolves around "a mysterious illness".[31] Another crossover with P.D. aired on February 26 and included the return of Brian Geraghty as Sean Roman.[32]

Ratings[edit]

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Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicago_Fire_(season_8)


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