One of the most watched American drama television series Chicago Fire is on a roll with its season 5 garnering best of reviews as compared with its past 4 seasons. Chicago Fire season 5 has made to the top of the list in the TV series drama category, and with wonderful actors and directors, there are a lot of new things coming in our way. The series have been airing on NBC from past few years but the present season has gathered a maximum number of positive reviews. So, let’s take a look at Chicago Fire Season 5 details regarding the upcoming episodes.
The ongoing action-drama series Chicago Fire Season 5 episode 2 titled as “A Real Wake-Up Call” came as a shock to its fans as one of the prime character’s of the show Steven R McQueen who essays the role of Firefighter Candidate/Paramedic Jimmy Borelli, Truck 81/Ambulance 61 got badly injured. He faced severe burns whilst acting on his own after Batallion Chief Wallace Boden’s faith wavered. This act definitely directed towards the exit of McQueen’s character who has been sticking in while enough. It left million of viewers in a state of shock with trying best to overcome it. Now, we simply need to wait and see what comes next in Chicago Fire Season 5 episode 3 titled as “Scorched Earth”.
The respective show Chicago Fire Season 5 received a score of 8.8 out of 10 from IMDb based on 154 votes. Previously, Metacritic had given a rating of 49% based on 23 reviews but for this season it’s still to be analysed. Rotten Tomatoes gave a rating of 57% wherein the audiences gave a score of 4.7 out of 5 with a 100% approval based on 6 users. TV Guide gave a score of 49 out of 100 based on 23 reviews. Meanwhile, audiences gave a rating of 92 out of 100 based on 3,200 votes along with 94% approval.
The new episode in its post-production phase Chicago Fire Season 5 episode 3 titled as “Scorched Earth” will air on October 25, 2016. The saddening climax of episode 2 “A Real Wake-Up Call” which led to the exit of Mc Queen came as a shock to millions. Creators Michael Brandt and Derek Haas along with production unit John L. Roman, Tim Deluca, Carla Corwin, Hilly Hicks Jr. and Michael Gilvary. The 42 minutes long-running series airs every Tuesday at 10/9 central in NBC.