Chicago Fire reaches its 200th episode this week and One Chicago fans know that means big happenings in and around Firehouse 51. The NBC series always drops major moments and big surprises in its prominent episodes so viewers are already excited about what might take place in the appropriately titled “Two Hundred.”
It’s also just a big time for Chicago Fire in general. Two hundred episodes and ten seasons are benchmarks that most TV series don’t get to achieve. Plus, thanks to syndication deals reached last year, the series is available in more places than ever before. Numerous cable networks including ION and MyNetworkTV now air repeats and NBC’s own streaming service Peacock has every episode online (with a subscription).
I recently spoke with three of the show’s stars—David Eigenberg (who portrays Lieutenant Christopher Herrmann), Christian Stolte (Randall “Mouch” McHolland) and Joe Minoso (Joe Cruz)—to talk about what reaching episode 200 meant to them and if filming “Two Hundred” felt as significant to them as it’s going to be for fans watching it.
Check out the video interview below to hear Joe, Christian and David’s full remarks about the experience of filming the milestone hour. Chicago Fire‘s 200th episode airs tomorrow.
Chicago Fire airs Wednesdays at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.
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