Chicago Fire TV schedule for September 2020: What’s new and reruns?

When and where to watch Chicago Fire in September 2020.

The Chicago Fire TV schedule during September 2020 is going to look vastly different than it’s ever looked before, and not just for the obvious reasons.

September is normally the first month of the fall TV season, and One Chicago fans are looking forward to the start of new episodes at the end of the month. That’s not the case this year; since the start of production was pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic, NBC officially delayed the season until November last week.

But that’s not the only reason the schedule looks a bit weird.

After pulling repeats from their primetime airwaves last month, NBC has brought back Chicago Fire in September, but only on a limited basis. Some weeks you’ll see episodes and some weeks you won’t.

And their choice of episodes is surprising, too, considering that the start of the next season is two months out (although this might be because they have a limited number of repeats left to choose from after running them out all summer).

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Keep reading after the jump for the Chicago Fire TV schedule. If you want to stream episodes on demand, you can do so for free (with ads) at IMdB TV.

Chicago Fire TV schedule for September 2020


Sept. 9: “51’s Original Bell” (Season 8, Episode 20)

The season 8 finale sees Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney) going to extreme lengths to make things right after Harold Capp (recurring guest star Randy Flagler) is injured on a call. This is also the last episode for Annie Ilonzeh as Emily Foster, as it was announced the day after it originally aired that Ilonzeh would not be returning for season 9.



Sept. 30: RERUN TBA

A repeat episode is scheduled for the last Wednesday of the month but NBC has not announced which episode it will be.

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