Will There Be A 'Chicago Fire' Season 2?

Will There Be A 'Chicago Fire' Season 2?

chicagofireHi there Chicago Fire fan, thanks for stopping by! Lest you worry that you're not going to see more of Chicago's hottest firemen slaying fires and saving lives in season 2, you're in the right place.

On this article, we've rounded-up the facts regarding the possible fate of the fireman drama on whether or not it can get a season 2 renewal. Keep reading for our early prediction --

Chicago Fire premiered with weak ratings (6.61 mil/1.9) on its original Wednesday 10pm berth on NBC. However, in week three, the series surged a huge 20% change and a 1.8 rating on the same adult demo. According to Deadline, Law and Order: SVU which aired its 300th episode that same week, served as a great lead-in for the struggling drama.

On the heels of the aforementioned good news, the network has ordered five more additional episodes for the Dick Wolf-produced series. Week five showed tremendous promise as Chicago Fire brought in another huge 38% change in rating -- plus gaining 7.03 million set of eyeballs, a 25% increase from its previous outing. On that note, NBC has officially ordered the series a 24-episode freshman run after being upped from the previous 23. and 22.

So far, the following episodes of Chicago Fire have served the network a streak of impressive performances. Albeit going against the well-watched CSI from CBS, the NBC rookie has evidently fared strong.

While NBC is yet to announce the official renewal of its primetime listings for the 2013-2014 fall lineup, we predict that Chicago Fire is a 'slum dunk' for season 2.

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