Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 7 “Whom Shall I Fear?” – Who will replace Matt Casey?

Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 7

After a security breach shut down the city’s 911 dispatch facility, 51 became a call center of Chicago Fire Season 10. When the city’s firehouses needed help filtering calls, Mouch (Christian Stolte) and Herrmann (David Eigenberg) stepped up to the plate. Severide (Taylor Kinney) teamed up with Wendy Seager (Andy Allo) to investigate the previous episode’s arson church fire. Initially, the church’s priest was suspected of setting the fire, but the real arsonist tried to kill him. What’s next for 51? You’ve come to the right place to acquire the Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 7 called “Whom Shall I Fear?” promo and synopsis at You can also catch up by reading the recap of Episode 10.6 of Chicago Fire.

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Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 7 Recap

Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 7 Spoilers

A rollercoaster ride of emotions continues in Chicago Fire Season 10. Matt Casey, played by Jesse Spencer, bid farewell to the Chicago Fire cast in season 10 episode 5. Who will replace Matt Casey? One Chicago Center mentions a mystery lieutenant in a firefighter suit atop Chief Wallace Boden in episode 7. Boden looks to be cuddling a young girl while kneeling on the ground. The tiny kid was probably saved from the flaming automobile. That mystery figure next to Boden? Agents of SHIELD’s Brett Dalton is pictured, according to the mag. Dalton’s character seems to contrast with Blake Gallo.

Chicago Fire Episode 10.7 Synopsis: Gallo clashes with the new lieutenant temporarily filling in for Casey; Severide closes in on a dangerous and deadly arsonist.

Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 7 Release Date

‘Chicago Fire’ season 10 episode 7 will air on November 3, 2021, at 9 p.m. The programs are 42 minutes long and air every Wednesday. Where to Stream Chicago Fire S10E06 Online?  It’s also available on NBC’s official website and app. All of these services and more will be able to stream the episode. such as Fubo tv, YoutubeTV, Direct TV The episode is available on Hulu and Peacock a day later. Amazon Prime VideoiTunes, Microsoft Store, Vudu, Spectrum, and Google Play also sell or rent the episodes.

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Britt was saddened by Casey’s decision to leave Chicago and relocate to Oregon. When Firehouse 51 received an emergency call, she quickly started to work. Things became peculiar, though, when other Firehouse stations responded to the same call. They later discovered that the 911 emergency call center had been hacked and that no one was available to answer the city’s calls. When the Chief informed Firehouse 51 that they had been appointed as the principal call dispatchers, for the time being, they were ecstatic. Mouch and Herrmann were put in charge of supervising the new firefighters and teaching them how to deal with the problem the old-fashioned way. There was also a time when they came dangerously close to missing an emergency circumstance. But they were able to deal with it in the end. Britt, on the other hand, was seen freaking out throughout the day after misplacing her phone on the emergency run. Season 10 Episode 7 of Chicago Fire The Squad is managed by Mouch and Herrmann.

Meanwhile, Kelly continued his investigation into the church issue when he was joined by an old buddy, Seager. They went to ask Father Anthony about the fire, assuming that he was the one who started it. However, they were unable to identify a specific culprit because all of their investigations led to dead ends. Things became more serious when Kelly witnessed the culprit fleeing after burning his father Anthony on fire. As a result, he made the decision to save Father Anthony first. Meanwhile, Firehouse 51 was able to handle all of the 911 calls for the day, and the main 911 call center was able to resume operations. Britt got her phone back in the end, and she listened to Casey’s voicemail. He assured her that they would sort out their differences and that he loved her.

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