"The amount of times one character asks another, "You OK? in a given episode is not only stupid crayon writing, but idiotic. Keep a count - you'll laugh.The characters are likable if not wholly predictable. The drama is scripted and again, very predictable. More graphic that what we've seen in the last 30+, but same-o same-o.
This series is most amazing series I ever watched. First of all, while you watching episodes you will see stressful stories, but with some life messages, that's why this series is not just drama but the show that can show us how to be together in every hard situation. Most beautiful thing is the crew and that kind of relationship witch shows us how to respect and be thankful to people who helping us, who motivate and trying to be with us all the time. That is what i saw in this series. I have to say that Monica is one of my favorite actor in that series, I think she really knows how to present loyalty, good friend and careful woman, also Jessie and Taylor has something in their acting that shows them as a leaders, and that role is totally complete with their acting. All actors has amazing roles, with perfect acting. 10+ for all of you guys. I hope series will be renewed for 6 season. Love you all...all the best ;)
I really liked this show from day one, but now i've seen the 5th Season, it's turning more and more into a soap; Mariages, divorce, adopting, bone marrow transplants, people sleeping around... Come on, i'm suppose to watch a series about firefighters, so where's the firefighters-action???
I have been a fan of Chicago Fire since day one. When it first started, I watched it for the fire and rescue related calls, the action. I find now, it is far less about calls or incidents to which a fire department would respond, and far more about personal relationships and political nonsense. I can get that junk on other shows. Last night I watched what I consider the best episode of Chicago Med produced to date, because it focused on the events of a hospital emergency department the entire episode, not personal relationships.