If you wish to know more about the courageous profession that firefighting is, tune in to Chicago Fire, the serial that has got the best cast, storyline and tells you about the personal and professional lives of the firefighters. There is a lot of drama, deaths, thrills and life saving involved to keep you glued. Chicago Fire is a regular on the NBC network with seven seasons having been completed since its premiere on the 10th October of 2012.
Chicago Fire Season 7 Cast: Who is in it?
Jesse Spencer as Captain Matthew Casy plays the role of the captain in charge at the Truck Company81. He is second in command to the Battalion chief. He also works as a freelancer as a skilled handyman and a carpenter. Tayler Kinney plays the role of Lieutenant Kelly in charge of the Firehouse 51 of Squad 3. His character is mostly portrayed as a ladies’ man who has a flirty nature. Monica Raymund comes in as a firefighter candidate. She plays an interesting character and is a sister to all the men. She had announced she would officially be leaving the show ahead of season 7 but she returned in the premiere episode and left viewers surprised. Lauren German is Leslie Elizabeth, who plays the role of an experienced paramedic. Other characters include Charlie Barnett who is a fire candidate and is known as Peter Mills. Most of the characters at Chicago Fire have been reported to have had year-long contracts with the production house but there are no recent reports on the renewal of their contracts.
Chicago Fire Season 7 Plot: What is it about?
Chicago Fire follows the personal and professional lives that the firefighters of Chicago lead. It makes for a thrilling watch given the difficult and challenging profession they are in and are seen constantly risking their lives to save others. The storyline starts with the Chicago Fire Department and their rescue stories, deaths of colleagues, friends and the effect it has on their personal lives. The drama depicts various differences that exist among the actors and co-actors and how they come together after the death of Truck Company Firefighter, Christopher Hermann.