Chicago Fire's foxy heroes are ready and waiting to be watched! From a shirtless Taylor Kinney making suspenders look splendid to good-old firehouse drama, keeping indoors on Wednesday nights this season sounds like a fine time.
NBC has announced that those curious about Chicago Fire need not wait until the show's Oct. 10 televised premiere to take in the action. Two early viewing opportunities await the public — one for Chicago locals (it's only fitting), and one for the rest of us scattered far and wide.
If you happen to be a lucky resident of the Windy City, you're invited to be part of a very special viewing event happening as part of the Chicago Fire Soccer Club match on Wednesday, Oct. 3, at Toyota Park.
Eamonn Walker (who plays Chief Wallace Boden) will be on the field for pregame ceremonies, while fans will be treated to a sneak peek of Chicago Fire's first episode on the jumbotron after the match. Check out more information here.
Luckily for the rest of us, NBC is sharing the Chicago Fire full-episode love online as well! Check out the high-octane drama — an edge-of-your-seat view into the lives of the firefighters, rescue squad and paramedics of Chicago Firehouse 51 — by visiting NBC for the pilot episode.
A full 43 minutes of Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney and the rest of the firehouse gang (shout out to David Eigenberg — who doesn't miss Sex and the City's Steve Brady?) sure sounds good right about now!
Here's a look at the trailer to ignite the Chicago Fire fun:
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