Is Chicago Fire season 9 on Hulu?

CHICAGO FIRE -- Pictured: "Chicago Fire" Key Art -- (Photo by: NBCUniversal)
CHICAGO FIRE -- Pictured: "Chicago Fire" Key Art -- (Photo by: NBCUniversal) /

Now that Chicago Fire season 9 is officially in the record books, One Chicago fans are looking for places to watch the season online. Whether they missed an episode when it premiered on NBC at some point, or they want to go back and check out a favorite moment, streaming info is almost as important to fans as broadcast info.

The ninth season is an important one to keep in mind, too, since it ends with yet another cliffhanger where multiple characters might die (maybe) and involved one couple getting engaged, another expecting a baby, and another just finally getting together. These are all big moments that viewers might want to enjoy over again.

Hulu has served as the streaming location for Fire over the last several years, but the landscape of streaming services has changed considerably in the last 18 months. So is Hulu still an option for people needing or wanting to catch up on the most recent escapades at Firehouse 51?

Is Chicago Fire season 9 on Hulu?

Yes! While Hulu was once the primary home of the series, they still have the rights to a limited number of episodes. You can stream the last five episodes of season 9 by clicking here. Be aware that they’ll expire after a certain date, so catch up as soon as possible, or at least before the next season starts (which is usually in September).

Where to watch Chicago Fire season 9

While you can watch the aforementioned end of the season via Hulu, if you want to see any of the first eleven episodes, then you’ll need to head to Peacock. That’s the streaming service owned by NBCUniversal, the parent company of NBC, and the only place that has the complete season (and the whole One Chicago franchise).

As of this writing, the ninth season is available for free as long as people sign up for a Peacock account and are willing to watch ads during episodes. That might change, and if you want an ad-free viewing experience, you definitely have to subscribe to Peacock Premium, which comes with an additional cost.

The other option is that you can sit back, relax and enjoy the select repeats that NBC is airing for free on Wednesdays over the summer, but they don’t necessarily run the episodes in any order. So if you need a specific episode, go to Peacock; if you just need the end, go to Hulu; and if you’re just watching to watch, skip streaming altogether and keep tuning in to NBC.

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