We all love saving live crime and thriller shows like Gray’s Anatomy, ER, and House and 911. to name a few. One show I’ve been hooked on for ages on Amazon PRIME is Chicago Fire; it brings real-life drama to screens.
Firefighters and paramedics regularly collaborate to save lives. They also face personal issues, but they keep them aside to focus on their profession.
- First aired in 2012 this show has been running for 11 seasons and still going strong.
- I love these unknown facts about the show, so get ready to see unknown facts about the show, on and off-screen!
- Film in Chicago. Firehouse 51 is Station 18 at 1360 S. Chicago’s Blue Island Ave. “Molly’s Bar,” run by the Herrmann, Dawson and the Otis players, is fired in Bucktown’s real Chicago bar “Lottie’s.”
- Anthony Ferraris is also an involved firefighter (Plays Tony – Squad 3). He helps organize the exactness of each incident in the film.
- Jesse Spencer (Matthew Casey) was a series regular on House M.D. (2004) as Dr Robert Chase.
- The Chicago skyline seen through the main door of the firehouse is false since Google Earth can quickly check it. Maybe the explanation is that the action is taking place in Chicago.
- In depicting the lives and conditions of firefighters, Chicago Fire prides itself on being as accurate and practical as possible, but one scene may have been too real. In November 2012, news station WGN-TV recorded a 29th and Martin Luther King Drive aeroplane crash and broadcast the impact live. Eventually, the station was told it was a pre-stage item for the Chicago Fire movies.
- Taylor Kinney plays Kelly Severide, Lieutenant, who is a leader of Squad 3 in Chicago Fire. He started a relationship with famous singer Lady Gaga back in 2011. They met in Nebraska when Gaga filmed a music video for her hit single “You and I.”
- Eamonn Walker And Jesse Spencer Were Assigned A Voice Coach For Their American Accents
In conclusion, “Chicago Fire” has a captivating world beyond the flames and heroics that fans have come to love. From its incredible dedication to realism with actual firefighters as extras to the surprising connections with other shows in the Chicago franchise, these unknown facts add depth and intrigue to the series.
So, the next time you tune in to watch the action-packed drama, remember the hidden gems and trivia that make “Chicago Fire” an even more remarkable show. It’s a testament to the hard work and dedication of the cast and crew that keeps us coming back for more, season after season