Chicago Fire Season 13 Premiere Date

Chicago Fire, a more than a decade-long running drama Series will be coming back with its 13th season as confirmed by NBC. Season 12 ended on May 22 which also marked the final episode for Eamonn Walker’s character Chief Wallace Boden.

However, the good news of season 13 renewal came way early in March 2024 and is set to air by late 2024 or early 2025.

How can apply casting Application for Chicago Fire Season 13 For 2025?

Casting director of the show, Claire Simon is yet to announce a casting application for season 13. Claire actively hires people for various project types including theater and television commercials apart from TV and film.

Claire’s official Instagram handle has posts that are related to various topics, but not anything related to casting applications. Claire seems to be the best at her job as a casting director. She has bagged the Artios Award For Excellence in casting thrice in her career.

If you have a casting agent whom you can get in touch with Claire then there is a possibility that you may be considered for an audition in case there is an opening. 

What is the schedule for the Chicago Fire casting call 2025?

Chicago Fire season 13 will much expectedly bring possible new changes in its casting line. The production schedule details as of now is quite little. The 13th season is expected to begin production by mid-July 2024.

Fans will be expecting most of the original cast to be back in the new season. Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney, and Monica Raymund will possibly return. Lyla Novak, who had joined the cast in season 12 as a freelancer, will now become a part of the Firehouse 51 team in season 13.

While Alberto Rosendo, Kara Killmer along with Eamonn Walker have decided to back off from further episodes, Kara has given some hints while speaking to TV Line that she could make a possible cameo. She also expressed her dedication to return anytime if there is a need for her character in the future.

What are the Chicago Fire casting dates Season 13?

Sylvie Brett is another cast member who will not return in the show. Production team of the show has decided to promote Lyla Novak and has considered an ideal replacement for Sylvie Brett.

While no new cast names have been revealed so far, the production team seems to have decided to work on internal casting. But, even with little details about new cast additions fans could expect a few fresh faces in season 13. 

Filming is going to take place in the Chicagoland area and there might be a few casting calls conducted in the filming area. The production is still in its initial phase and this will be an ideal time to audition for new roles.

Casting department of Chicago Fire could reveal casting call dates for auditions. If you’re looking for a breakthrough in your career then this might be a good opportunity. 

When is the air date for Chicago Fire Season 13?

As already mentioned earlier, Chicago Fire season 13 is expectedly begin its production by mid-July. Season 13 is indeed going to be a special season for Chicago Fire viewers. Fans are eager for the arrival of fresh new episodes after the way season 12 finale ended.

Well, for the 13th season to air on time the filming needs to be completed and who knows the time it is going to take for editing later on. We expect that fresh episodes will be arriving later this year 2024 or early 2025.

How To Watch Upcoming Season 13?

Season 13 will be available on NBC every Wednesday at 9/8c until and unless the season makes its premiere. If you wish to stream the episodes then you can do that from Peacock the following day.

Peacock used to offer a free trial but they have decided to stop that. This means that you will have to register and subscribe to any basic plan to watch Chicago Fire season 13 on Peacock.

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