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How To Stream The One Chicago Shows For The Fall 2022 Season

Summer is over, which means it's time for "One Chicago" to return. The wait for Dick Wolf's Windy City franchise has been long and stressful, especially with so many cliffhangers to dissect over the summer hiatus. The return of "Chicago P.D." will hopefully wrap up a special informant's shooting. On the other end of the franchise's spectrum, fans are hoping that "Chicago Fire” will finally provide clarity on Firehouse 51's big wedding, which could lead to a chaotic break-up. And who can forget the characters of "Chicago Med," who are trapped in a burning apartment? Each show is on its own unique path, which makes the upcoming seasons all the more exciting.

The three "One Chicago" shows will air on September 21, 2022, on NBC. Of course, it's not possible for everyone to watch the latest episodes as they air, especially over the course of one night. Fans interested in the upcoming "One Chicago" slate should know that the series will be available to stream, even if they don't own a cable package. And the best part is that streaming audiences won't have to wait for this year's seasons to wrap up to get in on the "One Chicago" action.

One Chicago will be available to stream on Peacock

Dick Wolf's "One Chicago" shows will be available to stream on Peacock the day after episodes air on NBC (via The Hollywood Reporter). The "One Chicago" franchise will launch its Fall 2022 run with premieres on September 21, 2022. Episodes from "Chicago Fire," "Chicago P.D.," and "Chicago Med" will be available to stream on Peacock starting September 22, 2022. This decision allows fans to continue the conversation immediately after episodes have premiered.  

This is a major switch-up for Peacock and the "One Chicago" franchise as the Fall 2022 TV season ramps up. Previously, NBC held a deal with Hulu for next-day streaming rights. NBC's parent company, Comcast, holds a 33% ownership stake in Hulu, a stake it hopes to sell to Disney, per CNBC. Because of the behind-the-scenes politics and investments, it's no surprise that NBC's portfolio, which includes "Saturday Night Live," "The Voice," Wolf's various "Law & Order" and "One Chicago" shows, is heading straight to Peacock, owned entirely by Comcast. While Peacock is the most convenient option to watch the latest exploits in Chicago, the series will still be available to stream on the likes of FuboTV, YouTube TV, Sling TV, and Hulu with Live TV.