Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 14 sees Kidd begin the search for a lieutenant position. A preview of the upcoming episode can be seen below.
At one point, it appeared that the writers of Chicago Fire were going to promote Miranda Rae Mayo’s Stella Kidd to the rank of lieutenant at Firehouse 51. After that, she made the decision to devote her time and energy solely to Girls on Fire rather than advance through the ranks.
But now she’s back on the path to lieutenant. Kylie (Katelynn Shennett) helped run the Girls on Fire session in the previous episode, showing that she is a capable leader. It was then that she spoke to Kidd about her thoughts on Kidd’s recent actions. It’s time for Kidd to go after her dream of becoming a lieutenant.
We’ll see her there in the upcoming episode. When it comes to her job search she’s going to have to look outside of Firehouse 51. Even if he’s not in the cursed office, Lieutenant Pelham (Brett Dalton) is starting to feel at home at Firehouse 51.
Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 14 Release Date
The Chicago Fire 10×14 episode will air on Wednesday, March 2, at 9 p.m. ET/PT, as usual. An Office With Grit” is the latest episode’s synopsis.
“In order to assist Brett and Violet, Chief Hawkins goes above and beyond. Kidd is looking for a new job as a lieutenant in the military. Mouch and Herrmann are asked for a favour by a relic from the past.”
To make up for those who miss the show’s live broadcast, the latest episode will be available online at NBC.com and on Peacock starting the Thursday following its airing.
Chicago Fire 10×14 Plot
As the title suggests, Chicago Fire follows the work and home lives of the firefighters and paramedics at Firehouse 51 in Chicago. The show is episodic, but there are a few storylines that run throughout the season (s).
However, there was a major cliffhanger in season nine that fans are eagerly awaiting the outcome of. This section contains spoilers if you haven’t seen season nine!
After rescuing a victim from an underwater boat in the season 9 finale, Severide, Cruz, Capp & Tony find themselves stranded in a sinking vessel. Despite the rising water, the episode faded to black, leaving fans to wonder what had happened for all this time.
The official synopsis for the Season 10 opener, “Mayday,” is as follows:
When a boat capsizes, Firehouse 51 is called in to deal with its aftermath. Talks about a side gig for Gallo, Ritter, and Violet are underway.”
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Chicago Fire 10×14 Cast – Who will be appeared?
An ensemble cast plays the role of the Chicago Fire department and the people who care about it the most. The following is a list of the main cast members:
- Jesse Spencer – Matthew Casey
- Taylor Kinney – Kelly Severide
- Christian Stolte – Randall McHolland
- Eamonn Walker – Wallace Boden
- Joe Minoso – Joe Cruz
- Randy Flagler – Capp
- David Eigenberg – Christopher Herrmann
- Anthony Ferrari – Tony
- Kara Killmer – Sylvie Brett
- Miranda Rae Mayo – Stella Kidd
- Daniel Kyri – Ritter
- Hanako Greensmith – Violet Mikami
- Alberto Rosende – Blake Gallo
Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 14 Promo
We get a glimpse of one of the calls in the promo for the upcoming episode. Someone is clinging to a splintered railing after driving off a bridge and plunging into the water below. Severide (Taylor Kinney) heads out to rescue him, but things aren’t going quite as planned.
It appears as if the rope is snapping. Or, perhaps, the crane the rope is attached to appears to be on the verge of collapsing. Both Severide and the civilian appear to be heading in the wrong direction.
Where can I watch season 10 of Chicago Fire?
Chicago Fire is broadcast in real-time on regional NBC affiliates. Chicago Fire is available on your TV if you have a traditional cable or satellite subscription or if you prefer to watch it through a TV antenna.
Live TV streaming services like Fubo TV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV are some of the more recent alternatives to traditional cable and satellite providers. Access to a subscriber’s local NBC station is provided by all of these services (Sling TV does only on its Sling TV Blue package).
The latest episodes of Chicago Fire can be streamed on Peacock as soon as the next day if you have a Peacock Premium subscription if streaming is your primary method of watching TV these days. Even if you only use the free version of Peacock, you can watch previous seasons of Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, and Chicago P.D. on Peacock. In addition to the current season, previous seasons of Chicago Fire can be found on Hulu.