Chicago Fire Season 9, May 26, 2021 Episode 16 Is The Finale. Season 10 Is Happening

Chicago Fire Season 9, May 26, 2021 Episode 16 Is The Finale. Season 10 Is Happening

Hey, “Chicago Fire” fans. We are back on here ,today, because we have some very important Chicago Fire news for you guys. First off, if you haven’t gotten the memo yet, tonight’s episode 16 was indeed the final episode for Chicago Fire’s current season 9.

We’re not sure why season 9 was so short, but we’re guessing it was probably due to the cast not being able to film as much during the terrible pandemic that we were all struck with last year and into this year. Whatever the case, season 9 was definitely cut short, but the good news is that Chicago Fire will be back in action to give you guys a brand new season 10 onslaught of new episodes.

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According to the folks over at TV Line ,NBC had apparently renewed Chicago Fire for seasons 9, 10 and 11 last February 2020. That means you guys also won’t have to worry about Chicago Fire getting renewed for season 11. It’s already a done deal.

TV Line reported that NBC renewed all of the Chicago Brand shows: Chicago Med, Chicago Fire and Chicago PD for three seasons after signing the shows’ producer Dick Wolf and his Wolf Entertainment to a five-year deal to stay at Universal Television.

During the renewal announcement, NBC Entertainment Chairman Paul Telegdy had some wonderful things to say about Dick Wolf and his shows saying, “Dick Wolf has proven time and time again that he makes shows audiences love. We are delighted, excited and proud that as part of this epic deal with Wolf Entertainment, NBC’s loyal audience will know that their favorite shows have a certain future for the next three years.”

Dick Wolf also made a nice statement at the time saying, “I’m gratified and excited that Universal will remain our home for five more years. This new term deal complements our recently concluded agreement to make Peacock one of the primary destinations for both the L&O and Chicago brands, as well as our extraordinary three-year NBC broadcast pickups on all four current series.

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We are now supercharged to expand our business on new platforms, both domestically and internationally, while continuing to produce our current and future series for broadcasting and streaming networks.”

Currently, we do not know how many episodes Chicago Fire season 10 will feature. We’re assuming that season 1 will debut in the Fall 2021. However, we will definitely have to wait until later on this summer to get the exact premiere date and episode count for season 10.

Chicago Fire season 9 averaged 7.193 million LIVE viewers and a 0.94 ratings score. The most recent episode 15, which aired last Wednesday night, May 19, 2021, drew in 6.843 million and a 0.82 ratings score.

The most-viewed episode was episode 2 with 7.768 million LIVE viewers. The least-viewed episode was episode 11 with 6.647 million LIVE viewers.

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The highest-rated episodes were episodes 1 and 3. They both tied for the top spot with a 1.04 ratings score. The lowest-rated episode was episode 11 with a 0.80 ratings score.

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Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “Chicago Fire” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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