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The Best Episode Of Chicago Fire, According To IMDb

NBC's "One Chicago" franchise has been a huge hit for the network since its 2012 debut. Its flagship series, "Chicago Fire," regularly dominates its time slot and reliably brings in viewers every Wednesday night. Per The Hollywood Reporter, it looks as if the show's 10th season will be no different — "Chicago Fire" was the fourth most-watched program in Live + 3 ratings during NBC's premiere week of September 19-25. Any way you slice it, fans just adore the trials and tribulations of the paramedics, rescue squad members, and firemen who make up the show's motley crew of characters. The creative and well-directed stunt work on "Chicago Fire" helps to add spice to the suspense-heavy mix of action and drama it serves up every week. The end result is a popular program with fans of all ages.

Fans definitely seem to have their favorites, with 10 seasons and almost 200 episodes of "Chicago Fire" to choose from. Those voting on the show's IMDb page have crowned one specific episode the best of the whole series. Which one do they think is the cream of the crop?

My Miracle takes the crown

"My Miracle" is the show's Season 5 finale and its 22nd episode. It combines a pulse-pounding plot with smaller, character-based story beats to create the sort of drama "Chicago Fire" is famous for, and at a 9.3 out 10, it's currently the show's most popular episode, according to IMDb.

All of "My Miracle"'s action centers on a factory fire that the members of Engine Company 51 and Truck 81 are called in to put out. That task proves to be more dangerous than anticipated and results in many of the first responders being trapped in the flaming structure. The warehouse fire plotline ends on a cliffhanger that isn't resolved until the Season 6 premiere, "It Wasn't Enough." 

Elsewhere, Gabriela "Gabby" Dawson (Monica Raymund) and Captain Matthew Casey (Jesse Spencer) continue to fight over whether or not they should continue to keep Dawson's layabout father in their home or kick him out. And Randy "Mouch" McHolland (Christian Stolte) contemplates retiring from active duty, concerned he doesn't have what it takes to be in the field anymore. Both the union of Dawson and Casey and Mouch's beliefs about his abilities are challenged by the fire. The final scene once again mixes drama with action and puts that familiar "Chicago Fire" formula to good use. Fans will have to keep watching to see if the show delivers something even better during Season 10.