NBC Green Lights Full Season of Chicago Fire

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Fresh off its most-watched episode to date, Chicago Fire received especially good news yesterday: it has been picked up for a full season.

Chicago Fire Cast Photo

"We all love this thrilling new drama with its sexy breakout cast. We are excited to see it gaining traction on our schedule," NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salke said in a statement. "Executive producer Dick Wolf and all the producers have done an amazing job developing a high-stakes series with lots of great heroic characters whose exploits are depicted in Dick's typically epic storytelling style."

Chicago Fire averages around six million viewers per week and a solid 2.4 rating in adults 18-49.

It joins Revolution, Go On and The New Normal as first-year NBC shows that have received full-season orders.

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    Very good news!


    Yay! That's a good Friday with beauty and the Beast also getting a full season.




    This makes my Friday!!! I love this show!


    It's one of my Top 3 New Shows. So I'm really happy with NBC �. I haven't watched a show on the peacock since LIFE. Till now !


    Thet is great news Chicago fire is one of the best new shows of this year. This just made my day.