Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Chicago Med are done for the season, so look back at this latest One Chicago season with some interesting statistics.
With another One Chicago season finished, it’s time for our annual look at the season that was through the numbers that were.
We’ve put together some interesting and fun statistics from the 2017-2018 season, to help put it in perspective and for all of the trivia buffs out there in the One Chicago fandom.
These are the calculations you might not have noticed, and a few we’re pretty sure that nobody actually computed (but that’s the fun of it).
Check some of these numbers out:
Hours of TV (after commercials): 45.5 hours, which amounts to just under two days straight if you were to watch every episode this season in a row.
Which also equates to:
- The length of 14.4 Chicago Cubs baseball games (at an average of 3 hours, 9 minutes).
- 30 concerts by the band Chicago (at 90 minutes apiece)
- 13 flights between Los Angeles and Chicago O’Hare (at 3.5 hours of flight time)
- You could marathon every Marvel movie (38 hours) and still have 7.5 hours of free time left.
- Or just watch Avengers: Infinity War 17 times.
The season’s highest-rated episode: Chicago Med‘s “Nothing To Fear” at 7.87 million live viewers.
The season’s lowest-rated episode: Chicago PD‘s “Fallen” at 5.14 million live viewers.
Characters who joined the main cast this season: Two (Dr. Ava Bekker on Chicago Med and Det. Hailey Upton on Chicago PD)
Characters who left the main cast during or after this season: Two (Alvin Olinsky on Chicago PD and Gabriela Dawson from Chicago Fire)
Characters who were killed off in the main cast: One (Alvin Olinsky on Chicago PD, and here’s why)
Shows that ended this season on a cliffhanger: Two of three (Chicago Med and Chicago Fire)
Shows that started this season resolving a cliffhanger: Two of three (Chicago Med and Chicago Fire; three if you consider Erin Lindsay’s off-screen exit on Chicago PD to be a cliffhanger)
Shows that had a cliffhanger at midseason: Two of three (Chicago PD and Chicago Fire)
Characters that actually died in any cliffhanger: Zero
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Number of crossovers: One (between Chicago PD and Chicago Fire to coincide with the former’s 100th episode)
Number of Santa Clauses killed in the making of this season: One
There are some quirky numbers to look at over this One Chicago season, from the sheer number of cliffhangers to the lack of crossovers. Or how you can marathon the whole season in less than 48 hours. What was your most surprising stat? Let us know in the comments.