With the Chicago Fire and Chicago PD TV ratings coming up this week, there’s good news all around for the One Chicago programs.
On the night of Wednesday, May 4, Chicago Med, Chicago Fire and Chicago PD aired repeated episodes from earlier in the television season.
Though NBC frequently rebroadcasts episodes of the One Chicago shows, viewers still tune in and give the programs plenty of support, showing the dedication of fans to Wednesday night’s lineup.
During a typical week showcasing new One Chicago episodes, they each win their time slot, showing why NBC is keen to keep the dramas going for years to come.
But how did the show trio fare on a night when every other network aired new episodes of their shows in exchange for repeat episodes of One Chicago?
Ratings for Chicago Med, Chicago Fire and Chicago PD as of May 4th
Regarding the estimated number of live viewers for the repeat episodes on May 4th, Chicago Med had 3.59 million, Chicago Fire had 3.82 million, and Chicago PD had 3.38 million. While those numbers account for about half of what attracts a new episode, they’re still very strong.
Even during a week of reruns, Chicago Fire easily won the 9/8c time slot against new episodes of The Conners (ABC), Beyond the Edge (CBS), Domino Masters (FOX), and Kung Fu (CW).
And in the 10/9c timeslot, Chicago PD won by an even bigger margin over new episodes of Good Sam (CBS) and A Million Little Things (ABC).
While Chicago Med did really well in the 8/7c time slot, it finished behind new episodes of Survivor (CBS) and The Masked Singer (FOX) in terms of total viewership.
More news from the world of One Chicago
Chicago Med, Chicago Fire and Chicago PD return with brand new episodes on Wednesday, May 11th. There are only three new episodes left for each show, so there’s bound to be some drama coming out very soon.
For Chicago Med viewers wondering what happened to Dr. Stevie Hammer happened The actress who plays the character is pregnant.
There’s also some big news from Chicago Fire, as Matthew Casey is back for the season finale. Actor Jesse Spencer agreed to return for an episode that will be filled with big moments.
As a reminder, past episodes of the One Chicago shows are available to stream on Peacock.
Chicago Med airs Wednesdays on NBC at 8/7c, Chicago Fire at 9/8c and Chicago PD at 10/9c.
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