There’s no way Brett can leave Firehouse 51 without a storyline that puts her life at risk. That comes up in Chicago Fire season 12, episode 3.
The third hour of the season will see Brett and Violet end up in the middle of a domestic violence situation. And that’s by choice. The two will chase down a perp as he takes his victim away. Brett is seen in the promo turning into traffic despite not having the lights and not having her own sirens and lights on to help a victim.
How to stream the new episode of Chicago Fire
Tune in for the new episode tonight, Wednesday, Jan. 31. The episode will air at 9 p.m. ET/PT as usual on NBC. If you do happen to miss the episode live, don’t worry too much. It will be on Peacock at 6 a.m. ET/3 a.m. PT on Thursday, Feb. 1.
Here are all the tune-in details you need:
Date: Wednesday, Jan. 31
Start Time: 9/8c
Episode: Season 12, Episode 3, “Trapped”
TV Channel: NBC
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on the NBC website or app.
Vetting the new firefighter in Chicago Fire season 12, episode 3
While Brett and Violet put themselves in danger, we see Mouch getting the honors of vetting the new firefighter. Stella Kidd was impressed with Gibson’s actions in the previous episode.
It’s clear from the look on her face when she found out that he is a floater that she wants to give him a permanent home. However, Mouch—who is keeping that nickname thanks to Boden’s words at the end of the previous episode—is the one who will get to take the time to vet this new guy.
As that goes on, we’ll get to see Herrmann get used to his new hearing aids. At the end of the previous episode, he was told that aids would help him keep his job for now. However, he could lose more of his hearing. What does that mean for his work?
"After witnessing a domestic dispute, Brett and Violet decide to take the investigation into their own hands; Mouch vets Truck 81's new firefighter; Herrmann relies on something new to aid him on the job."
Chicago Fire airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on NBC.