Chicago Fire Season 5 took a break last week, but will it return this week? April 18, 2017 will not see a new episode of the men and women from Firehouse 51, but when will it return?
Fans of Chicago Fire missed their favorite fire fighters last week. Unfortunately, NBC has opted for another week break from the firehouse drama, opting for two new episodes of new comedy Trial & Error instead. Like last week, the decision for the break is likely due to the Neilsen TV ratings sweep, which happens between April 27 and May 27. While next week’s episode won’t land in the sweep, the rest of the season will.
The great news is that there is finally a trailer available for the next episode on YouTube. It doesn’t look good for the team, as Casey is stuck in some tunnels when there is an explosion. Will he be down there at the time or have the others managed to get him out?
Casey and the team will need to welcome Squad 6 into the firehouse, after Squad 3’s rig breaks down. The two squads will need to work together but it isn’t going to be easy. Meanwhile, Dawson and Brett attend their new mandatory retraining, after they took the fall for the trainee’s mistake in the last episode.
Severide will try to make things right with Anna. Fans furiously took to Twitter at the end of the last episode when Anna decided to walk away from Severide without a reason. This will hopefully be explained in next week’s episode when the show returns, rather than making fans watch Chicago Med for all the answers.
Chicago Fire Season 5, Episode 19 will air on April 25, 2017 at the usual time of 10pm on NBC.
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