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NBC is hoping to repeat the magic by putting together another epic crossover event, this time between Fire, P.D. and the brand new series Chicago Med, and it is coming way sooner than we expected.
Shows that do well during their live airing often do way, way better when the final Live + 7 day numbers come in. In addition, shows that only do okay when they first hit the airwaves can sometimes see big gains in the days that follow via other platforms, like DVR and On Demand. Here are the shows crushing DVR gains.
It’s always nice when you find out one of your favorite shows will be around for a bit longer. Well, today is a good day for anyone who enjoys a dramatic TV show set in Chicago. NBC has just renewed Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. for next season.
Few TV shows are ever 100% safe from cancellation before a certain point, and the nagging question behind every cliffhanger is of whether or not the show will have time for resolution. Fortunately for fans of some of NBC’s most notable primetime series, there have been surprisingly early orders for extra episodes.
It’s been a few months since we’ve seen any real info on Casey, Severide and the rest of the Chicago Fire gang. However, this week, the NBC drama released the first Season 4 trailer for the hit series, and it’s a doozy, picking up with Casey’s ultimate kidnapping from the end of last season.
The big networks have all released their respective fall 2015 schedules, but if you want to figure out all the tricky maneuvers you are going to have to make with your DVR, you can take a look at our master list, here. Everything from The Flash to Scorpion has conveniently been listed.
There’s good news on the horizon for fans of Dick Wolf’s Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D.. NBC has ordered the next spinoff in the franchise, Chicago Med to series just a few weeks after we began seeing the hospital staff on the small screen.
Yesterday NBC aired a crossover event connecting Chicago Fire with Chicago P.D., which is usual, but also Law and Order: SVU, which is unusual. The three-way crossover was highly advertised by the network leading up to the big event, and apparently the bid paid off.
Casting is already underway for the Chicago Fire spinoff Chicago Med and this week, we learned The Big C and Fargo actor Oliver Platt has been the latest big name to join the series. He's not the only recent name who has signed on.
NBC announced over the weekend that the network has high hopes for another Chicago Fire. The potential new spinoff is going to be set at a Chicago Hospital and will feature a staff of doctors, nurses and hospital administrators living and working in the city. Now the possible drama has found its lead.
This morning, NBC has followed the recent trend of renewing programming well before the end of the TV season. The network is also trying really hard not to be outdone. While CBS and Fox have gone and renewed a few TV shows, NBC has announced the renewal of 5 shows.
This week, NBC announced that it is considering adding a third Chicago-set drama to the lineup. That’s right, following the firefighter-based Chicago Fire and the police-based Chicago P.D., NBC wants to add an ensemble cast of doctors and nurses to its lineup. But could Chicago Medical move forward to series?
Grimm lives! People say Friday is a deathslot for TV, however genre programming seems to be an exception there, as is the case for NBC's Grimm. The underrated supernatural crime procedural has held its own on Friday nights for three seasons, and it's confirmed to get a fourth.
And just like that: everyone and their mother is getting in on the digital series game. First came the announcement that Jason Katims’ two stalwart series — >Parenthood and Friday Night Lights — were getting the tiny tube treatment, and now it seems that several other NBC series are getting the same in the wake of their series’ hiatuses, including Parks and Recreation, Grimm, and Chicago Fire. It’s almost as if the networks are taking the Internet seriously or something.
If you’ve tuned into Chicago Fire over the course of its run, there’s a good chance you’ve met the brash and unintimidated Sergeant Hank Voight (Jason Beghe), a cop with his own set of morals who has been pegged by the firehouse as one of the biggest bad guys in town.