Chicago Fire TV schedule for July 2020: This month’s reruns

Here’s when and where Chicago Fire will air in July 2020.

The Chicago Fire TV schedule in July 2020 keeps the series on the air for another few weeks at least. But could this be where the rerun train eventually stops?

As has been the case with the past few months, NBC is airing repeats in July. The first half of the month is filled with reruns for fans who might have missed any of the most recent season. But at that point, nothing has been announced yet—and with two full months of repeats already having aired, eventually they’re going to run out of season 8 episodes.

Will they start showing installments from earlier seasons? Or will they just take the show off the air altogether? Especially since in mid-July, NBCUniversal is launching their streaming service, and may want to drive fans there instead? We’ll have to wait and see, but for at least three more weeks, there are episodes to watch.

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Keep reading after the jump for the Chicago Fire schedule for July 2020. Keep in mind that this information is subject to change as NBC updates its primetime schedule.

Chicago Fire TV schedule for July 2020

July 1: “Hold Our Ground” (Chicago Fire season 8, episode 10)

Firehouse 51 realizes they now share territory with Firehouse 20, and naturally conflict arises between the two teams. Meanwhile, Mouch (Christian Stolte) discovers a letter at a fire scene and goes the extra mile to make sure that it reaches the intended recipient.

July 8: “Where We End Up” (episode 11)

Problems continue to arise between Firehouse 51 and Firehouse 20, including several members of 51 believing that the officers of 20 are holding grudges against them. In the middle of all this in-fighting, Chief Wallace Boden (Eamonn Walker) considers making a significant change to the way his team operates.

July 15: “Shut It Down” (episode 14)

The team investigates a series of gas leaks occurring throughout Chicago. Meanwhile, Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer) continues to be undecided about whether or not she wants to meet her birth mom. And Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney) finds out that being the best man for Joe Cruz’s (Joe Minoso) wedding isn’t as easy as he believed.



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