All episodes of every Chicago show are coming to Peacock

"Smash Therapy" Episode 903 -- Pictured: Miranda Rae Mayo as Stella Kidd -- (Photo by: Adrian S. Burrows Sr./NBC)
"Smash Therapy" Episode 903 -- Pictured: Miranda Rae Mayo as Stella Kidd -- (Photo by: Adrian S. Burrows Sr./NBC) /

As the year comes to a close, we can expect some major changes in the world of streaming. Netflix users will sadly have to say goodbye to The Office, as well as Dexter, Gossip Girl, and a few other classic favorites, and movie fans will be able to watch some of 2021’s biggest blockbusters from the comfort of their home via HBO Max.

Fans of the One Chicago franchise might be happy to know that they’ll be able to catch up on all the latest episodes, as well as re-binge from the very beginning, through Peacock TV in the new year.

As we previously reported, all three of the current shows–Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, and Chicago Med–were added to Peacock at its launch back in July 2020, however not all seasons were available to stream. As of now, only the latest seasons can be accessed through the new streaming service.

But thankfully, as announced through One Chicago’s official YouTube channel, it looks like fans will be finally getting all the content they want from the staple shows starting January 2, 2021. You can check out the clip below.

Seasons 1 through 8 of Chicago Fire, seasons 1 through 7 of Chicago PD, and seasons 1 through 5 of Chicago Med, will all be available to stream on the platform. Notably, it doesn’t look like Chicago Justice will be included.

Of course, the downside to this exciting news is that you still have to sign up for a subscription and pay for Peacock if you want to access all of this content. For $4.99 a month, you can sign up for Peacock Premium, which allows you to watch everything they offer, and for $9.99 a month, you can get Peacock Premium Plus, which features all of their content without any advertisements.

Fortunately, you can sign up for a 7-day free trial to use Peacock, but if you want to watch every season of the three shows, you might need more time than that!

Not many people are pleased that some of their favorite shows are heading to Peacock, but with so many great titles being owned by NBCUniversal, it looks like it’s time to add another streaming service to our lineups.

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