Chicago Fire has built up quite the catalog. Yes, it’s a bummer that season 11 ended on a really tense cliffhanger, and we have to wait until 2024 to find out what happens to the characters, but at least there are 239 that fans can go back to and get their Firehouse 51 fix.
It can be easy to forget how many changes the show has gone through, and based on the context clues of what went down in the aforementioned finale, it seems like Fire is poised for even more changes in the immediate future. Binging what came before seems like the most logical thing to do in the meantime, so we’ve assembled a handy guide to help you find the best place to do it.
Chicago Fire watch options free
The easiest and best place to watch Chicago Fire is on Peacock. The streaming platform is the home to all things NBC, which means new episodes are uploaded right after they premiere and the entire catalog is available at all times, unlike other platforms that only offer select seasons or old episodes. Peacock is also free to use, provided you create an account with an email and a PW.
You can also get your Chicago Fire fix through Hulu and and FuboTV. Both come with free trials, but if you don’t cancel your subscription prior to the expiration of the trial, then your credit card will in fact be charged. Hulu offers a 30 day free trial, as does FuboTV, which means there is plenty of time to watch your favorite episodes before you start paying.
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While Chicago Fire is also available on Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video and YouTube, they do not come included with each subscription, and require that you rent each episode for around $1.99 a piece. In the case of Amazon Prime Video, you can buy episodes for $2.99 or entire seasons for $34.99.
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