Chicago Fire season 10: When does season 10 of Chicago Fire start?

CHICAGO FIRE -- "What Comes Next" Episode 914 -- Pictured: Jesse Spencer as Matthew Casey -- (Photo by: Adrian S. Burrows Sr./NBC)
CHICAGO FIRE -- "What Comes Next" Episode 914 -- Pictured: Jesse Spencer as Matthew Casey -- (Photo by: Adrian S. Burrows Sr./NBC) /

The countdown to Chicago Fire season 10 is officially nearing its conclusion with only a few short weeks left before the men and women of Firehouse 51 finally return to our screens!

Ever since Chicago Fire signed off the airwaves in May, we’ve been anxiously awaiting the return of new episodes and the resolution the episodes should bring to the many cliffhangers we were left with when season 9 concluded.

While we’re used to the summer hiatuses, this year’s break has definitely felt longer than usual thanks largely to the many burning questions we’ve been left to stew over these past few months. The good news is a finish line is in sight and we don’t have to wait too much longer before the return of One Chicago Wednesdays.

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Below we share everything we know so far about the upcoming tenth season of Chicago Fire including when to expect season 10 to begin, what time you can catch new episodes this season, and the expected episode count for season 10!

When is the Chicago Fire season 10 premiere?

This year, NBC will kick off its fall TV schedule the week of Sept. 20, 2021. As part of premiere week, NBC has confirmed Chicago Fire will be returning for its tenth season on Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021.

What time will Chicago Fire be on this fall?

Chicago Fire will once again be airing at 9/8c on NBC this fall, airing between Chicago Med (8/7c) and Chicago PD (10/9c).

How many episodes will Chicago Fire season 10 be?

It is not yet known how many episodes Chicago Fire season 10 will consist of, but it’s looking like the One Chicago drama will likely return to its standard 22-episode season after a shortened ninth season.

Prior to the beginning of the pandemic, each season of Chicago Fire had come in right around the 22 episode mark and, while NBC has not yet confirmed the plans for this season, we’re anticipating the network will look to get back to its usual episode order in season 10.

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