Chicago Fire Season 11 December 14, 2022 Episode 10 Delayed. Not Airing For A While
Hey, “Chicago Fire” fans. Unfortunately, we have to deliver some super bad news to you guys in this report. Yeah, it turns out that new episodes of Chicago Fire are currently being delayed for about 3 weeks. So, NBC is not going to air the next, new episode 10 of Chicago Fire’s current season 11 tonight, December 14, 2022. They’re also not going to air it for the rest of this month.
That’s right, guys. NBC has informed us that the new episode 10 is not scheduled to show up until 2023. Wednesday, January 4, 2023 to be exact. It will air in its usual, 8 pm central standard time slot on that night. So, certainly be sure to commit that very important date and time to your memory banks.
So, what is NBC airing instead of brand new, Chicago Fire episodes tonight? Well, according to the TV guide listings, NBC will be serving up a special, Saturday Night LIVE Christmas edition called, “A Saturday Night Live Christmas Special.”
NBC’s official description for this Saturday Night LIVE special reads like this, “A star-studded collection of “Saturday Night Live’s” hilarious Christmas-themed sketches from various seasons, including D… in a Box, Schweddy Balls, Elf on the Shelf, A Christmas Carol and many more.”
Next Wednesday night, December 21, 2022, NBC is going to air a Dolly Parton Christmas special called, “Dolly Parton’s Mountain Magic Christmas.” NBC’s official description for it reads like this, “Inspired by the hopeful spirit of the Great Smoky Mountains, Dolly Parton returns to Dollywood to star in a new holiday musical with special guests Jimmy Fallon, Willie Nelson, Billy Ray Cyrus, Jimmie Allen, Zach Williams, Miley Cyrus and many more.”
After the December 21, 2022 date, you guys will need to check your local listings to see what NBC is going to air on December 28, 2022. If any of you guys like the alternate line of programming that’s hitting the air tonight and next Wednesday night, you might still want to tune into NBC on those nights as you normally would.
If you’re totally uninterested in watching these Christmas specials ,and you only want the new episodes of Chicago Fire, you will most definitely want to get some other plans lined up as quickly as possible.
Spoiler Warning: We did track down a spoilery preview clip for the next, new episode 10 of Chicago Fire’s current season 11. It features a new scene with Boden and company in action, and he definitely doesn’t like the way the current situation is looking.
There’s a few glimpses of Severide in action. There’s a rescue attempt taking place to save two men who are about to fall off a very high rooftop and more! It all looks very intense. You guys can view the episode 10 preview clip for yourselves over on Youtube by Clicking Here.
Again, CBS confirmed that the next, new episode 10 of Chicago Fire’s current season 11 is scheduled to finally hit the air on Wednesday night,January 4, 2023 at approximately 8 pm central standard time.
Alright, guys. That is going to do it for this latest, “Chicago Fire” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.
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I don’t know about other folks…I never watched night time soaps like the 3 Chicagos before the pandemic cancelled my social life. I got hooked. You too? Moderately engaging stories, start looking forward to what’s going to happen next…So disappointing. Really the big disappointment is Network TV’s attitude towards viewers like us. We’re expected to hold our breath until the Network or more likely the big $$$ advertisers decide to throw us another chapter.
They couldn’t do this if we, the viewers didn’t let them.
I’m voting with my feet, going to renew my library card, maybe look around Barnes and Noble. I’ll be much happier if I take back my evenings, choose my story, choose how many chapters I read and how often.
I’m saying good-by to “new friends”, not willing to be held hostage by corporate America.
Happy New Year!