Critic Consensus: Chicago Fire has an attractive cast and some exciting rescues, but it breaks little new ground in terms of plotting or characterization.
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A drama series following the firefighters, paramedics and rescue squad of Chicago Firehouse 51. In the first season, the group try to move on after a fire claims the life of a team member, and blame shifts between Lt. Matthew Casey (Jesse Spencer) and Lt. Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney). Meanwhile, young firefighter candidate Peter Mills (Charlie Barnett) joins the staff. Eamonn Walker, David Eigenberg, Lauren German, Monica Raymund and Teri Reeves also star.
as Lt. Matthew Casey
as Lt. Kelly Severide
as Chief Wallace Boden
as Peter Mills
as Christopher Herrmann
as Leslie Shay
as Gabriela Dawson
as Hallie Casey
as Heather Darden
as Detective Voight
as Eric Whaley
as Cindy Herrmann
as Uncle Ray
as Bennie Severide
as Joe Cruz
as Jose Vargas
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Oz's Eammon Walker and House's Jesse Spencer are among the men and women who populate the show's Windy City firehouse, where all sorts of bland personal drama occurs in between flame-fighting.
Everyone here is working from the same medium-grim setting, with medium-grim dialogue, which quickly drags the story and action into the still-smoldering ruins of other fire-and-rescue dramas.
There's nothing wrong with procedurals you can count on to entertain you for an hour a week.