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Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 2: A Familiar Start To Reprise, Promo Teases A Devastating Accident, Know More

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After a long wait, the fans enjoyed the first episode of Chicago Fire Season 10. And as a part of One “Chicago Wednesday,” the tenth season will return with the second episode. The premiere episode relieved the tensions that prevailed after the previous season finale. We saw that the rescue team finally escapes, while Cruz has a near-death experience.

Now, Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 2 is set to witness a famous character returning, leaving the whole crew of Firehouse 51 surprised. So what will happen in episode 2? Continue reading ahead to find out.

Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 2 Preview: What Will Happen?

NBC has released the newest promo for the second episode of season 10 titled “HeadCount.” In the promo, we see an intense accident coming up. Further, the Firehouse 51 crew will be responsible for rescuing the victim stuck in a heavily damaged car. As the crew tries to save the stuck victim, they discover that the person in the car is familiar.

As per the logline, we will see that Casey’s roof rescue operation video is about to get viral online. Further, Hermann will have to bear the consequences after he breaks protocol in the next episode. In addition, Mouch will set up a free library at Firehouse 51 during Chicago Fire season 10 Episode 2. Also, the second episode of the One Chicago franchise is expected to be a crossover between the franchise shows.

Previously, we saw Boden moving on for a better job opportunity. Now how things move forward as the head of the Chicago Fire family leaves is not known. But we are sure to see several situations get out of hand in Boden’s absence. Next, Brett and Casey seem to be happy keeping their relationship a secret. However, we will see the news break out to the others members of Firehouse 51. Meanwhile, Severide and Stella are also doing great in their relationship. With Severide having a near miss and Boden leaving the firehouse, we might see Stella in a dilemma when a new job opportunity comes for her further.

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A Quick Recap

In the premiere episode, the fans finally witnessed the after-match of the rescue team stuck in a sinking boat. Severide tries to explode his way out of the boat. Meanwhile, Casey grabs a tank and rushes out on a boat to help her friends. As Casey arrives, Tonny and Capp surface up to the water. However, Severide is still underwater, trying to rescue the unconscious Cruz in the first episode of Chicago Fire season 10.

Finally, Severide brings Cruz out of the water, but he isn’t breathing. The squad gets tensed as Cruz gets CPR. With his wife pregnant, it would have been disheartening if Cruz could not make it. However, Cruz does survive, but he is still affected by the traumatic experience when he returns to work a week later. Further, to help Cruz relax, Capp tells him that Severide went beyond limits to save Cruz. Later, he thanks Severide, while Hermann plans a surprise baby shower for Cruz and Chloe in the premiere episode of Chicago Fire Season 10.

Meanwhile, Boden announces that he has been chosen for Deputy District Chief, which left Firehouse 51 in an emotional state. While the crew congratulated Boden, Stella told him that things would not be the same in Boden’s absence. At the baby shower, Stella apologizes to Boden for the emotional speech. Further, Boden tells her that crew will feel the same when Stella moves on to become a Lieutenant.

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Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 2: Release Date

Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 2 will air on September 29, 2021, at 9 p.m. ET only on NBC. In addition, the latest episode will be available the next day on Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV. Peacock Premium and Fubo TV. So stay tuned for the latest updates and mark your calendars for the second episode of season 10.

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