There will be even more drama in season 12 of the long-running procedural Chicago Fire, which has been on television for eleven spectacular seasons. Chicago Fire, produced by television powerhouse Dick Wolf, chronicles the heroic firefighters of Firehouse 51 as they respond to a wide range of dangerous situations in Chicago. 

Chicago Fire, which premiered in 2012, was an immediate success, leading to spinoffs Chicago P.D. and Chicago Med. The show’s procedural components and the characters’ day-to-day lives are quite well-balanced, which adds to Chicago Fire’s (and Wolf’s) appeal. Here’s everything you need to know about Chicago Fire Season 12.

Chicago Fire (Season 12) Cast & Characters Explained

Taylor Kinney as Lieutenant Kelly Severide

Kelly Severide is the second-shift company officer of Rescue Squad 3, in addition to being a firefighter. Despite his reputation as a “ladies man” in the past, Severide has grown into more than that thanks to his maturing character and steady romantic partner. 

David Eigenberg as Lieutenant Christopher Herrmann

Christopher Herrmann is the second-shift company officer of Engine 51 and a seasoned firefighter. Herrmann and Mouch operate Molly’s, a bar that Herrmann calls a “general entrepreneur” venture.

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Joe Miñoso as Firefighter Joe Cruz

Former Truck 81 driver Josef Ignacio “Joe” Cruz is now a fireman with Squad 3.

Christian Stolte as Firefighter Randall “Mouch” McHolland

Veteran firefighter, engineer, union representative, and truck driver at Firehouse 51, Randall McHolland goes by more names than just Randy or Mouch.

Miranda Rae Mayo as Lieutenant Stella Kidd

Stella Kidd Severide oversees the operations of Truck 81 from Firehouse 51 as a Lieutenant with the Chicago Fire Department.

 

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Daniel Kyri as Firefighter Darren Ritter

Engine 37 initially assigned Darren Ritter, who is now a fireman and a former firefighter candidate. Floating for a bit after being dismissed off Engine 37 by Lt. Paxson, he eventually decided to leave the CFD after freezing up on a call during the Highrise Fire.

Hanako Greensmith as Paramedic Violet Mikami

Paramedic Violet Mikami is presently serving out of Firehouse 51 with Ambulance 61 of the Chicago Fire Department.

Jake Lockett as Firefighter Sam Carver

As of right now, Firehouse 51’s Truck 81 is assigned to Chicago Firefighter Sam Carver. 

Eamonn Walker as Deputy District Chief Wallace Boden

Among the many significant figures in Chicago Fire is Wallace Boden Jr., who serves as the department’s Deputy District Chief for District 4.

Anthony Ferraris as Firefighter Tony Ferraris

Tony Ferraris is a firefighter with the Chicago Fire Department and the Engineer of Rescue Squad 3.

Randy Flagler as Firefighter Harold Capp

Harold Capp is a Firefighter with Rescue Squad 3. 

Chicago Fire (Season 12) Release Date

The release date for Chicago Fire season 12 is January 17, 2024.

Chicago Fire (Season 12) Plot

The majority of Chicago Fire season 12 episodes will likely revolve around the heroic first responders of Firehouse 51 as they tackle a slew of thrilling incidents. On the other hand, there is a larger storyline, and Chicago Fire’s eleventh season left many mysteries unresolved. The gradual buildup from Season 11 of Chicago Fire might finally pay off in Season 12, with the dominant focus shifting to the destinies of characters like Brett and Severide.

Season 12 has a major plot involving Brett and Casey. He took it to the next level in the season 11 finale, kneeling down to propose, even though it appeared like Casey and he were rekindling their romance. Casey has to travel back to Oregon, and he may wind up bringing Brett along if this happens. It might lead to a lot of changes.

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Where to Watch Chicago Fire (Season 12)?

You can watch Chicago Fire Season 12 on NBC and Peacock.

Episodes Listing:

  • Episode 1. Barely Gone
  • Episode 2. Call Me McHolland
  • Episode 3. Trapped
  • Episode 4. The Little Things
  • Episode 5. On the Hook
  • Episode 6. Port in the Storm

Watch the Trailer Here:

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