#Chicago Fire

Is Casey Leaving ‘Chicago Fire’ in Episode 200? (VIDEO)

Milestone episodes sometimes bring back former cast members, but could Chicago Fire‘s 200th be saying goodbye to an original cast member? It certainly looks possible, with Jesse Spencer’s Matt Casey faced with a major decision about his future. After visiting the Darden brothers in Oregon — their father was his...
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Why Kelly Severide From Chicago Fire Looks So Familiar

Some people are just a perfect fit for their job. Kelly Severide has been a fixture at Firehouse 51 for nearly a decade. He worked with his close friends Matthew Casey (Jesse Spencer) and Leslie Shay (Lauren German) until Shay's death. He dated a steady stream of women connected to the firehouse before finally becoming engaged to fellow firefighter Stella Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo). Heck, even his estranged father (Treat Williams) was a firefighter and eventual chief.
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Chicago Fire Season 10 Premiere Recap: You Can't Stop Change — Plus, Grade It!

Chicago Fire showrunner Derek Haas warned TVLine that things can’t stay static at the firehouse, and big changes are definitely afoot in the Season 10 premiere. Kicking off with last season’s cliffhanger, the rescue squad is still trapped underwater, and the boat is quickly sinking. Severide MacGyvers an explosion to get the team a way out, while Casey grabs a tank and heads in a boat to help his colleagues. Capp and Tony surface shortly after Casey arrives, but Severide is still beneath the water trying to save Cruz, who’s lost consciousness. When they finally come up, Cruz isn’t breathing. The...
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Chicago Fire FC sign homegrown forward Missael Rodríguez to long-term deal

Chicago Fire FC have signed forward Missael Rodríguez to a homegrown deal through the 2025 season with a club option for 2026, it was announced Tuesday. The 18-year-old’s deal starts January 1, 2022 and makes him Chicago’s seventh homegrown to sign a first-team contract since January 2020. Fire FC have nine homegrowns under contract through the 2022 season.

The Character Everyone Forgets Scott Eastwood Played On Chicago Fire

As the son of legendary actor and director Clint Eastwood, Scott Eastwood began his acting career by using "Reeves" as his last name in order to avoid being cast solely because of nepotism, and soon began landing parts in films like "An American Crime" and "Pride." Eastwood made appearances in his father's movies too, but he still had to audition like anybody else, and even failed to land a role in Clint's 2014 hit, "American Sniper" (via The Independent). Despite that, Eastwood once told Esquire that his father taught him how to be a real and dependable actor, saying, "My father's definitely old-school. And he raised me with integrity—to be places on time, show up, and work hard."