Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.D all return to NBC on Wednesday, January 6, 2021. Chicago Med starts at 8 pm ET, followed by Chicago Fire at 9 pm, with Chicago P.D. following at 10 pm.
- When Chicago Med airs: Wednesdays at 8 pm ET
- When Chicago Fire airs: Wednesdays at 9 pm ET
- When Chicago P.D. airs: Wednesdays at 10 pm ET
- TV Network: NBC
- Best Way to Stream Live: Hulu (Free Trial), YouTube TV (Free Trial)
- Current Season On-Demand: Hulu (Free Trial) New episodes available on Thursdays (1-day wait).
- Previous Seasons On-Demand: All episodes of previous seasons of Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.D are available free on NBC’s streaming service, Peacock. New episodes are the latest seasons of all three shows that become available within 8 days of the shows airing on NBC.
Stream Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.D Free
Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.D airs Wednesday nights on NBC, and you can stream episodes as they air free with Locast. Locast streams the local NBC network live in over 42% of US households, and it is 100% free. You can even watch Locast using a streaming device. Locast supports Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, and Android TV.
Locast is available in the following 31 TV markets:
- Atlanta, GA
- Baltimore, MD
- Boston, MA
- Charlotte, NC
- Cleveland, OH
- Chicago, IL
- Dallas, TX
- Denver, CO
- Detroit, MI
- Houston, TX
- Indianapolis, IN
- Los Angeles, CA
- Madison, WI
- Miami, FL
- Minneapolis, MN
- New York, NY
- Orlando, FL
- Philadelphia, PA
- Phoenix, AZ
- Portland, OR
- Puerto Rico
- Rapid City, SD
- Sacramento, CA
- San Francisco, CA
- Scranton, PA
- Seattle, WA
- Sioux City, IA
- Sioux Falls, SD
- Tampa Bay, FL
- Washington, D.C
- West Palm Beach, FL
Watch Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.D on These Streaming Services
The following streaming services carry NBC. You can use them to watch new episodes of Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.D as they air live every week.
Watch on Hulu
Hulu offers live NBC in nearly all US markets along with cable TV and broadcast networks. Therefore, you can watch Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.Devery week as they air on NBC. To see if live NBC is available in your area, you can use this tool: Hulu Live TV Channels by Zipcode.
Hulu + Live TV is supported on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, iOS, Android, and more. You can read more about Hulu in our review of Hulu. There isn’t a month to month contract, so you can sign up to test the service without fear of a long term commitment. You can sign up for Hulu Live TV using this link: Sign up for a free trial to Hulu + Live TV.
Watch New Episodes On-Demand
If you can wait a day, Hulu’s more affordable on-demand service has new episodes of this season of Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.D available on-demand. You have to wait a day, but the on-demand service starts at only $5.99 per month and offers a 30-day free trial.
How Much: The base package for live TV starts at $64.99 per month. Hulu on-demand starts at $5.99 per month with ads. You can go ad-free for $11.99 per month.
Watch on YouTube TV
YouTube TV is another great option for watching Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.D. YouTubeTV offers live NBC with its streaming service in nearly ALL markets in the US.
YouTube TV is supported on Roku, Android, iOS (includes AirPlay to Apple TV), and Chromecasts/Chromecast-compatible TVs. Be sure to check out our review of YouTube TV for more information. You can sign up for their free trial.
How Much: $64.99 per month.
Watch on fuboTV
FuboTV offers NBC in numerous US cities allowing you to watch episodes of Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.D every week when they air. You can check out a free trial for FuboTV here. Fubo TV supports the following streaming devices:
- Android smartphones
- Android tablets
- Apple TV (4th Generation only)
- Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick
For more information on FuboTV features, please see our Fubo TV review.
How Much: FuboTV costs $64.99 per month.
Watch on AT&T TV
AT&T TV offers live NBC streaming in many markets. Through its “Entertainment” package for $69.99 a month, NBC is available along with a ton of cable TV and other broadcast networks. They offer a free trial to allow you to make sure NBC is offered in your area.
AT&T TV is supported on Windows and Mac PCs and laptops, Android and iOS devices, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Nexus player, Xbox One, 4th Generation Apple TV, Chromecast, and more. For more information, check out our review of AT&T TV NOW.
How Much: $69.99 per month through its “Entertainment” package.
Watch Past Seasons of Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.D
All previous seasons of Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.D are available on the free tier on NBC’s streaming service, Peacock. However, the free memberships ad-supported, meaning you will have to watch commercials. Peacock has a premium ad-free subscription for $9.99 per month. Not only will this subscription eliminate ads, but it includes a lot of content not available on the free version of Peacock.
Peacock supports iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV 4K, Apple TV HD, Xbox One S and Xbox One X, Android devices, Android TV, Chromecast, and Chromecast built-in. New episodes of the latest seasons of all three shows become available within 8 days of the shows airing on NBC.
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