One Chicago 2022: Are there new Halloween-themed episodes?

"Haunted House" Episode 1105 -- Pictured: Kara Killmer as Sylvie Brett -- (Photo by: Adrian S Burrows Sr/NBC)
"Haunted House" Episode 1105 -- Pictured: Kara Killmer as Sylvie Brett -- (Photo by: Adrian S Burrows Sr/NBC) /

One Chicago has made a habit of incorporating holiday themes into their various episodes. We’ve gotten plenty of Christmas and Valentine’s Day storylines over the years, and some of them have even yielded some unexpected moments of romance.

With Halloween around the corner, it makes sense that fans would ask about One Chicago and whether the franchise would be basing any of their shows around all Hallow’s Eve. Sounds like fun, why not?

Here’s what you need to know about One Chicago’s Halloween schedule in 2022.

Chicago Fire Halloween episode 2022

Unfortunately, the scheduling for NBC confirms that One Chicago will not be airing new episodes the Wednesday before Halloween. The network will be airing recent reruns instead, marking the first official break of the 2022-23 season.

Because there won’t be new episodes that air within days of the holiday, the best chance for a Halloween-themed episode would happen the week before, aka the episodes that just aired on October 19. And, for those who have seen the episodes already, you know that only one of the One Chicago franchises got in the spirit: Chicago Fire.

Chicago Fire delivered big when it came to capturing the Halloween vibe. Chief Boden (Eamonn Walker) confirmed that he’s covertly the biggest fan of All Hallow’s Eve in the city, and he puts an unwitting Brett (Kara Killmer) in charge of decorations. She’s excited, initially, but the warnings from the rest of the 51 puts her on edge.

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The episode in question, titled “Haunted House”, has lots of subplots running throughout, but most of it revolves around Brett and her mission to put on a good display for the local kids. It also gives fans a chance to marvel at some of the character’s hilarious costumes. Brett dons a witch uniform, while Cruz (Joe Minoso) is an elf and Mouch (Christian Stolte) is the King of Spades.

Fire showrunner Derek Haas told Entertainment Tonight about the fun he had making the episode, and the various ways in which the cast enjoyed the shoot.

"“Boden and Halloween is a combination we haven’t seen in quite a while”, Haas stated. “It really made me laugh… I’m pretty sure Tony (Tony Ferraris) and Capp (Randy Flagler) took their episode Halloween costumes home so they can wear them on actual Halloween night. All I will say is, ‘Be afraid. Be very afraid.”"

While Chicago PD and Med look as though they sat out Halloween this year, Chicago Fire more than made up for it with a classic holiday episode. It’s the perfect thing to rewatch in the midst of all the trick-or-treating.

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