Chicago Fire season 10 was quite an interesting season for the long-running One Chicago drama.
The season marked yet another milestone for the series as it sailed past the 200-episode mark, brought with it the departure of one of the show’s original cast members and finally saw Severide and Kidd tie the knot in a season-ending wedding.
Looking back, there’s a lot to reflect upon from the season including its impact on the Chicago Fire death toll.
Across its ten seasons, Chicago Fire has had more than its fair share of emotional and often shocking deaths with numerous impactful characters meeting untimely ends over the years. So how exactly does season 10 compare to previous seasons and just how many notable deaths did we add to the list this year?
Did anyone die in Chicago Fire season 10?
Surprisingly, there were no major character deaths in season 10 of Chicago Fire as all of the show’s main and recurring cast managed to make it out of the season unscathed — which was definitely a nice change of pace.
While the season did see some deaths, those moments came during calls 51 was responding to and therefore involved minor guest characters. Of those deaths, the most notable was likely Father Anthony’s death in episode 6 — an episode that saw the character of Father Anthony beaten and set on fire by an arsonist.
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Although no characters died during season 10, the season did still see a few beloved characters exit the show — but those few characters were alive and well when we last saw them. As such, the door was left open for characters such as Casey and Pelham to return in the future when the story and the actors’ availability permit.
Given there were no major deaths in season 10, it should be interesting to see if season 11 will follow suit or if we should begin worrying about some of our favorite characters now. Guess we’ll just have to wait to see!
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