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Starting with the launch of Chicago Fire in 2012, the One Chicago franchise has produced some of the most watched and talked about shows on NBC. With the additions of Chicago P.D. and Chicago Med in 2013 and 2015, respectively, the properties from Dick Wolf Productions have found a way to combine action, drama, and (sometimes) comedy to create a combined universe of diverse characters, situations, and locations throughout the Windy City. As unlikely as it may seem, there may be some out there who have missed the boat and want to know where they can binge Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med streaming.

Fortunately, with a franchise as successful and omnipresent as One Chicago, there are multiple avenues to take to watch episodes streaming (both new and classic). Luckily for you, we’ve put together a list of all the places where you can watch the Chicago-based first responder dramas with only a few clicks. That being said, let’s break down where you can watch Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med streaming.

Where Are Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D. And Chicago Med Streaming

If you don’t want to miss a single second of action on Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med, Peacock is going to be your best option. Not only will you be able to watch new episodes of each of the current seasons, but you can also watch all previous seasons without even creating an account. It should be noted, however, that Peacock Premium is required to watch the latest episode of each of the One Chicago series the week they air on NBC. If you aren’t bothered by waiting a few days to watch something like Chicago Fire’s explosive and epic “Bottle” episode and don’t want to subscribe, a free account could be the way to go.

Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med are also streaming on Hulu, but only the five latest episodes from each show’s current season can be streamed. Those wanting to watch previous seasons will have to go the Peacock route.

Watch Chicago Fire streaming on Peacock here

Watch Chicago P.D. streaming on Peacock here

Watch Chicago Med streaming on Peacock here.

When Will Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D. And Chicago Med Be On Netflix?

Considering how all seasons (previous and current) of Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med are streaming on Peacock (NBC’s streaming service) and only the five latest episodes are available on Hulu, the chances of catching any of the One Chicago series on Netflix (at least here in the United States) are slim to none.

A Refresher On How One Chicago, SVU And FBI Are Connected

Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med (and the quickly cancelled Chicago Justice) are all part of Dick Wolf’s One Chicago Franchise, but that isn’t the only shared universe to which these shows belong. You can check out CinemaBlend’s thorough, yet easy to read breakdown of how the Chicago franchise, Law and Order: SVU, and FBI all connect to Christopher Meloni’s organized crime spinoff by clicking here.

Well, that about sums up everything there is to know to watch Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med streaming, as well as some background information on the other shows from Dick Wolf Productions. Make sure to check out CinemaBlend’s 2021 TV schedule for the latest information on each of those shows and countless others returning this year.

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