S4 E10 | 01/05/16. Herrmann fights for his life after being stabbed.... read more ›
Hermann is rushed to Chicago Med after being stabbed at Molly's by Freddie, the young gangbanger he tried to help. After losing a lot of blood, it is determined he needs emergency surgery. Cruz, feeling guilty about Hermann's condition, searches for Freddie to turn him in.... continue reading ›
Herrmann and Otis then offered him a job at Molly's as a busboy. While working there, he was still learning the ropes, but when Chris referred to Freddie as 'Short and Fat', Freddie took great offense to it and stabbed Herrmann in the ribs.... view details ›
Malignant is the fifth episode of Season 1 of Chicago Med. This episode is the second part of the Chicago Fire episode The Beating Heart, which is the first part of a three-part crossover event. The crossover concludes with the P.D. episode Now I'm God.... read more ›
Herrmann is one of the most beloved characters on the show, and his death could leave fans devastated. Herrmann was stabbed and left for dead in the mid-season finale, titled "Short and Fat".... see more ›
Danny Borrelli (Andy Ahrens) was a Chicago Fire troublemaker. The firefighter made a loud impression in the season 4 episode “Let It Burn”, where he masterminded a prank that saw his little brother Jimmy (Steven R.... continue reading ›
After getting stabbed at Molly's and his subsequent brush with death during surgery at Chicago Med, Herrmann is back at Firehouse 51 in Tuesday's new episode. However, Casey (Jesse Spencer) doesn't exactly welcome Herrmann back with open arms in The Hollywood Reporter's exclusive video — and with good reason.... view details ›
Freddie wants his new boss to take it back, but Herrmann thinks he needs to lighten up. So Freddie stabs Herrmann with a steak knife and leaves him in a pool of his own blood as everyone in the bar remains unaware of the horrific scene in the stock room.... continue reading ›
Herrmann, as well as the rest of the firehouse, return to normal after the fire, despite him being burned by boiling steam from the water cannons.... read more ›
This conversation puts Boden on to the possibility that Maddox is the one setting him up which is later confirmed when Boden confronts him.... see details ›
Serena Holmes was Wallace and Donna Boden's next door neighbor. She was hired by Roger Maddox to frame Boden for assault in order to deface him for an upcoming trial.... view details ›
Otis died in the season eight premiere
Speaking in Russian, he uttered his heartbreaking final words: "Brother, I will be with you, always."... view details ›
Herrmann obliges, but the more evident it becomes that Freddie is bad news, the more reluctant the bar owner is to help him. Things reach a horrifying crescendo when Freddie stabs Herrmann with a steak knife and leaves him bleeding out on the floor of his pool hall.... see details ›
Jimmy Nicholas Opens Up About His Last Day as Hawkins—And What's Next for Violet. "Oh my gosh, I cried a lot," the actor says. Fans are still reeling from Hawkins' (Jimmy Nicholas) sudden death on Chicago Fire.... continue reading ›
Cornelius Rhodes was the wealthy father of Dr. Connor Rhodes in Chicago Med. After he was hospitalized for heart failure, he was killed when Dr. Ava Bekker injected him with the synthetic form of insulin.... read more ›
The character is deeply affected by his experience in the factory, and admits he considered walking away from firefighting. He ultimately decided that he will stay, as he loves his brothers and sisters at the 51 and hopes to “never look down that dark tunnel” again.... read more ›
Stella's Ex Causes Problems
Season 5 kicked off with a haunting episode as Stella's ex-husband, Grant (Guy Burnet), starts stalking her as her relationship with Kelly starts heating up. Things hit a breaking point when Grant attacks Stella behind Molly's before Kelly steps in and stabs him while trying to protect her.... see details ›
Christopher Herrmann: Hey Mills, I just lost my home to foreclosure because I took a bath on the market, and we had to move in with my in-laws which is just two bedrooms short of unbearable.... read more ›
CHICAGO (CBS) -- The Chicago Fire Department offered a final salute Wednesday for firefighter/EMT Timothy Eiland.... read more ›
Jesse Spencer is departing the series after having been one of the first actors cast in the NBC drama back in 2012. The series laid the groundwork for his character, Lt.... read more ›
As the saying goes, however, all good things must come to an end. Boden's tenure as chief has ended, and the character has been promoted to the prestigious title of Department Deputy District Chief.... continue reading ›
They soon learn that while the surgery was a success, it left Dr. Herman blind. Arizona is upset, but Dr. Herman is simply happy to be alive.... see details ›
Nicole Herman is returning to Grey's Anatomy. Oscar winner Geena Davis, who portrayed the character over a 12-episode arc in 2014-2015, will reprise the role in the penultimate episode of Grey's Season 14 on May 10. It's looking like her return may be connected to Jessica Capshaw's previously announced departure.... see details ›
Cruz offers to go on the aerial ladder to save Freddie. Freddie doesn't believe Cruz will be able to hold him up; and even thinks Cruz would rather see him die because of what he did. Cruz doesn't give up, Freddie grabs hold and the team is successful in their rescue.... see details ›
Freddie Clemente was a neighbourhood kid who hung out at the firehouse. He also worked at Molly's where he stabbed Christopher Herrmann after a perceived injustice.... see more ›
"My Lucky Day" is the fifth episode of the ninth season of Chicago Fire. It is also the one hundredth and eighty-fourth episode overall.... see details ›
Mills was the first acquaintance of Clarke's in Firehouse 51. He was also the one who cleared Clarke's name as the Mole.... view details ›
That's what fans thought at the top of Season 10, when Stella left Chicago to launch her Girls on Fire program in Boston. Her efforts were a huge success, which caused Stella to extend her temporary leave of absence. Stella's work with Girls on Fire was largely accomplished off-screen.... continue reading ›
The character she plays on Chicago Fire isn't currently expecting a baby or even facing a pregnancy scare either. Sylvie thought she might be pregnant back in Season 6, but that was a long time ago. The character of Sylvie also doesn't have any kids on Chicago Fire.... read more ›
The unique reason for Stella's departure has made her scheduled return difficult to pin down. While she still has a job at the 51, she's been gone for several months, and Boden mentioned that she wasn't considered for the interim Lieutenant role because she's “busy” with her Girls on Fire assignment.... view details ›
He was rushed to the NICU and is put on an ECMO machine while his lungs heal. His lung condition starts improving, but doctors are worried about brain damage from oxygen deprivation.... read more ›
Boden has seen some major changes in his career in recent seasons. He's been promoted to Deputy District Chief of District 4.... read more ›
When he learned he was going to be a father, Boden was shocked but immediately wanted to be apart of the child's life. He married Donna so that their child would have a family. After Terrance was born, Boden lovingly held him.... read more ›
Serena Holmes was hired by Roger Maddox to set up Wallace Boden to discredit him when a fire investigation got a little close to the truth in Chicago Fire.... continue reading ›
GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- The ex-leader of the now-defunct The Geek Group has been ordered to prison for illegal Bitcoin trading that investigators say involved money laundering. Christopher Boden, 46, was sentenced Friday, Feb.... continue reading ›
Severide is demoted in season 4 as part of Chief Riddle's plan to make Fire Commissioner by replacing Severide with Captain Dallas Patterson and then ousting Boden as Battalion Chief. The men of Squad 3 remain loyal to him despite Patterson's efforts to win them over.... view details ›
|Significant other(s):||Brian "Otis" Zvonecek (boyfriend) (deceased)|
|Portrayed by:||Ariane Rinehart|
Their relationship ended when Dawson left Chicago to head a rescue-and-relief unit in Puerto Rico at the end of season 6, and they eventually divorced. After Dawson's departure, Casey gradually grew closer to her former partner, paramedic-in-charge Sylvie Brett, throughout seasons 7 to 9.... see details ›
Chicago Fire showrunner and co-creator Derek Haas has explained that Yuri Sardarov, who played Otis, did not want to leave the show. Rather, it was the writers' decision to kill off someone during the premiere, and they decided on the character of Otis.... see more ›
Why did Manning leave Chicago Med? Dr. Manning was written out of the show at the top of season 7, but her exit was ordained at the end of the previous season. Torrey DeVitto even posted a farewell message to fans on Instagram, confirming that it was, at the end of the day, her decision to leave.... see more ›
While it may appear that decision for Donnell to leave was mutual, his time on "Chicago Med" reportedly came to an end because the showrunners had nothing left for him. "The cast departures stem from creative reasons related to the characters' story evolution," sources told Deadline at the time.... see details ›
In the aftermath of a shooting, she is accused of stealing percocet from the ED's medicine cabinet. Because of Ethan's distrust, she decides to leave for Las Vegas.... see details ›
Boden recalls his participation in rescue efforts the day after 9/11 and goes to New York after all. Casey begins to get down on himself following a last call giving CPR to a child, surviving then dying days later.... read more ›
Despite the best efforts of doctors and the support of those around her, Anna succumbed to her illness in the season five episode “Carry Me.” Severide was by her side when she passed, and he tried to get the doctors to resuscitate her, but her DNR prevented them from doing so.... continue reading ›
"I wanted to tell you about a girlfriend I had before your time at 51, Anna," Severide tells Violet, referring to Anna Turner, who Severide dated seasons ago—and who passed away from leukemia.... read more ›
Ava Bekker (Norma Kuhling) into a sociopathic villain this season. It was a complete and total 180 of her character that painted her into a corner where there was no other option but to get rid of her.... continue reading ›
Everyone escaped the apartment fire, but Jo was in critical condition while the mobster laid unconscious in a nearby hospital bed. Jo quickly died from her injuries, with Dylan left distraught over his role in the events that led him to accidentally shoot her.... view details ›
They briefly separated in Season 4 after a disagreement regarding Ethan's sister, but reunited fairly quickly when April realized that she was pregnant with Ethan's baby.... see details ›
Freddie Clemente was a neighbourhood kid who hung out at the firehouse. He also worked at Molly's where he stabbed Christopher Herrmann after a perceived injustice.... read more ›
Firehouse 51 is taken over by local gangsters.... see more ›
Carly gets a crush on Freddie because he saves her life and is injured himself in doing so.... view details ›
- Law & Order SVU: Season 15 Episode 15 – Part 1/2.
- Chicago PD: Season 1 Episode 6 – Part 2/2.
- Chicago Fire: Season 2 Episode 20 – Part 1/2.
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- Chicago Fire: Season 3 Episode 7 – Part 1/3.
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Herrmann obliges, but the more evident it becomes that Freddie is bad news, the more reluctant the bar owner is to help him. Things reach a horrifying crescendo when Freddie stabs Herrmann with a steak knife and leaves him bleeding out on the floor of his pool hall.... see more ›
His role as the resident old school guy makes him invaluable, and Eigenberg made it clear that the show is his number one priority despite agreeing to star in the recent Sex and the City reboot. The way we see it, Herrmann isn't going anywhere. Next: Is Kelly Severide leaving Chicago Fire?... continue reading ›
Short and Fat is the ninth episode of the fourth season and the 78th overall episode of Chicago Fire.... read more ›
It turns out that Duffy had the files; he jumps off a bridge holding a weight and Kelly goes in after him. 51 receives a call to a fire at a house where a wedding was about to take place but the groom is rushed to the hospital trying to save his bride.... read more ›
He managed to get Turk arrested, but the gun went off and ricocheted into his neck. Dawson and Brett were able to save his life as he was transported to Chicago Med.... read more ›
In iOpen a Restaurant, Freddie is revealed to like Carly, even going as far to ask her, "Is it too late for you to love me?" Finally, in the original series finale, iGoodbye, the two finally cement their love for each other.... read more ›
Freddie's crush on Carly was largely unrequited until he saved her life during season three. They briefly dated but broke up because Freddie believed that Carly got carried away with his heroic action and didn't really have romantic feelings for him. In the series finale, they kissed.... see details ›
However, the revival series revealed that Sam and Freddie did not get back together or broke up again as he went on to get married twice.... see details ›
- 7/9 Family Matters / Full House.
- 6/9 iCarly / Victorious.
- 5/9 Supernatural / Scooby-Doo.
- 4/9 Mad About You / Friends.
- 3/9 Family Guy / The Simpsons.
- 2/9 Phineas and Ferb / The Avengers.
- 1/9 How to Get Away with Murder / Scandal.
There have been three instances where a Chicago Med episode has been part of a multi-episode story arc in conjunction with an episode of Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., or both. Since 2016, these events have been marketed as #OneChicago Day, with all episodes airing back-to-back on the same night or spread over 2 nights.... see more ›
Chicago Fire is the starting point. You can watch the first two seasons up to the episode “You Will Hurt Him” and be able to follow the exact continuity of the show. What changes after that is the introduction of Chicago PD, which premiered the same night as “You Will Hurt Him” with a pilot episode.... see more ›