Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Chicago Fire follows a group of men and women working in a dangerous occupation that invites injury and even death. Violence is portrayed more or less realistically, so you'll see blood, serious injuries, and heavy flames. There's also unbleeped swearing that includes "bulls--t," but strong language is rare. Sexual content is mostly banter and innuendo, with some kissing and bare skin but no sensitive parts. Some co-workers are sexually involved, too. Characters smoke cigarettes, drink socially, and use prescription drugs.
Some sexual innuendo and light banter, with some kissing and bare skin from the shoulders up. A man and women who work together are sexually involved.
The main characters work in a dangerous field where injury and even death are common, but the show doesn't overemphasize violence. Some characters pull weapons, get in fist fights, etc. Blood is visible but not excessive.
Unbleeped language includes "bulls--t," but words that strong are rare.
The show stresses the importance of working together and setting differences aside when other people's lives are on the line. There's also a sense of connectedness between the firehouse and the surrounding community.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some characters smoke cigarettes and drink socially. One character uses injectable prescription drugs.