Tuesday, January 6 is a date that most “Chicago Fire” fans should circle on their calendars, since this also happens to be the date when you are going to see the series return in some way to NBC with more new episodes.
The episode title for this episode is “Let Him Die,” which is admittedly for us something that leaves a little bit of a pit in our stomach. We don’t want to see anyone die on this show! Haven’t we had enough of this already? We like to at least think so.
In the synopsis below, you do get a sense that Chief Boden’s crisis is not going to be getting any better, and while Dawson and Casey are going through something completely different, they also have some problems of their own:
“The firehouse receives unsettling news when two of their own come up missing following a routine call, prompting members of Chicago P.D. to lead the search. Meanwhile, Casey (Jesse Spencer) and Dawson (Monica Raymund) have a hard time figuring how to juggle their personal and professional lives. Elsewhere, Chief Boden (Eamonn Walker) and Donna struggle with news that their newborn has potential complications and they receive a surprise out-of-town visitor.”
It’s too bad that this synopsis contains little information on the future of Severide, given that Kelly has been an interesting person to watch this season so far. He’s in a better place now than he has been following the death of Shay, but his personal life has not exactly been stable.
For those hoping for more “Chicago Fire” scoop before it returns, have no fear; we’re not stopping with this update.
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