NBC confirms episode titles for Chicago Fire, Med and PD season premieres

"Mayday" Episode 1001 -- Pictured: (l-r) Jesse Spencer as Matthew Casey, Christian Stolte as Randall “Mouch” McHolland -- (Photo by: Adrian S. Burrows Sr./NBC)
"Mayday" Episode 1001 -- Pictured: (l-r) Jesse Spencer as Matthew Casey, Christian Stolte as Randall “Mouch” McHolland -- (Photo by: Adrian S. Burrows Sr./NBC) /

With only a few short weeks before the return of One Chicago Wednesdays, NBC has gradually begun releasing new information about the upcoming seasons of its hit franchise.

Nearly a month after NBC dropped the first new teaser for the upcoming seasons, the network has gifted fans with another major piece of information by dropping the first official images from the upcoming premieres of Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, and Chicago PD. However, that’s just the beginning!

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In addition to giving fans their first sneak peeks at the upcoming season premieres with a wave of spoiler-filled photos, NBC has finally confirmed the titles for the upcoming Chicago Fire season 10, Chicago Med season 7, and Chicago PD season 9 premieres. While this might seem like an inconsequential moment, the premiere titles offer up some major hints about the upcoming seasons which should not be overlooked!

Chicago Med season 7 premiere episode title

As revealed by NBC, Chicago Med season 7, episode 1 will be titled “You Can’t Always Trust What You See,” which seems to suggest the episode will feature some sort of red herring-type storyline.

This being Chicago Med, it’s possible the title could be connected to a patient, perhaps whose symptoms suggest one ailment when they’re, in fact, suffering from something entirely unexpected. It’s also possible the title could be alluding to the show’s new arrivals, as it has been confirmed new doctor Steve Hammer (Kristen Hager) does have a “surprising past.”

Chicago Fire season 10 premiere episode title

The Chicago Fire season 10 premiere is entitled, “Mayday,” and it’s likely not hard to figure out the meaning behind the title. Given mayday is an emergency distress call, the season 10 premiere title is likely a nod to the season 9 cliffhanger involving Squad — who were last seen trapped underwater without any air in their tanks.

Chicago PD season 9 premiere episode title

The first episode of Chicago PD season 9 is titled “Closure,” a simple enough title that seems to carry a lot more weight than fans might initially anticipate.

Considering the first images for the episode feature Deputy Superintendent Samantha Miller (Nicole Ari Parker) gearing up and taking to the streets alongside the Intelligence Unit, it’s likely the season 9 title is referring to Miller being able to finally get closure in bringing down those connected to the murder of her son.

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New episodes of Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, and Chicago PD return beginning on Wednesday, Sept. 22 with the Chicago Med season 7 premiere at 8/7c, followed by the season 10 premiere of Chicago Fire at 9/8c, and ending with the Chicago PD season 9 premiere at 10/9c.

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