Chicago Fire season 10: Could a time jump be coming next season on Chicago Fire?

"A White Knuckle Panic" Episode 915 -- Pictured: Eamonn Walker as Wallace Boden -- (Photo by: Adrian S. Burrows Sr./NBC)
"A White Knuckle Panic" Episode 915 -- Pictured: Eamonn Walker as Wallace Boden -- (Photo by: Adrian S. Burrows Sr./NBC) /

When we last left our favorite first responders in the Chicago Fire season 9 finale, things were not looking good for the members of Squad who found themselves trapped underwater, no air left in their tanks and their exit blocked.

To recap, when responding to an overturned boat accident, Severide (Taylor Kinney), Cruz (Joe Minoso), Capp (Randy Flagler), and Tony (Anthony Ferraris) found themselves trapped after the boat collapsed upon on top of them.

Before the season faded to black, the water rose above their head leaving the fate of the Squad members up in the air as the rest of the 51 family watched on from the shore waiting for Squad to emerge from underwater.

Needless to say, fans have a lot of questions and are curious to know what will come of Squad as the season begins including how quickly we might get some resolution to the season’s many storylines.

Chicago Fire is no stranger to minor time jumps, but should fans anticipate a time jump of any kind in the Chicago Fire season 10 premiere?

When will Chicago Fire season 10 pick up?

Although we’ve seen minor time jumps used in the past on Chicago Fire, it seems there are no plans for a time jump of any kind at the start of season 10. Instead, the plan appears to be for the season 10 premiere to pick up right where the action ended in season 9.

As confirmed by TVLineChicago Fire will pick up right where its finale left off meaning the new season should begin with the conclusion to Squad’s underwater rescue in quickly providing fans with answers to their burning questions regarding who will make it out of the ordeal unscathed.

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This decision is one fans are sure to appreciate as picking up right where the finale left off should give us the chance to get an immediate resolution to at least one of our burning questions in the first minutes of the season. What will be interesting is to see how quickly we get a resolution to some of season 9’s other lingering questions including what’s next for Chief Boden (Eamonn Walker).

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