Is David Eigenberg leaving Chicago Fire?

CHICAGO Fire is an NBC drama about a group of firefighters, rescue squads and paramedics who go headfirst into danger to try and save lives. 

The show has been on the air since October of 2012 and is currently in their 10th season, David Eigenberg is one of the original cast members but many people are questioning if he’s leaving after all this time. 

Who is David Eigenberg?

Born May 17, 1964, Eigenberg, 57, is known as an American actor.

Eigenberg's career started back in 1989 and he has since been in over 60 productions.

He is most famously known for his roles in Sex and the City, Garfield, Chicago Fire, The Mothman Prophecies and A Perfect Murder.

Since 2002, Eigenberg has been married to Chrysti Eigenberg and the couple have on child together, a son named Louie Steven, who is 12 years old.

Is David Eigenberg leaving Chicago Fire?

On Chicago Fire, Eigenberg portrays the role of Christopher Herrmann. 

After it was announced that he is reprising his role of Steve Brady on HBO Max’s upcoming Sex and the City revival, And Just Like That, many fans thought this might be the end of Herrmann. 

Despite their concerns, fans can breathe a sigh of relief because he has no plans on leaving the NBC drama anytime soon. 

Fans just might not see as much of him during the first few episodes of season 10 because he was in NYC working on And Just Like That when the Chicago Fire crew first started filming the season.

Earlier this year, fans were also worried that actor Eamonn Walker, who plays Chief Wallace Boden, was leaving but it was confirmed prior to the start of the season that he would still be around despite his character's promotion as the New Deputy District Chief.

How can I watch Chicago Fire?

Season 10 of Chicago Fire started on September 22, 2021.

The show can be watched Wednesday's at 9pm EST on NBC or Hulu Live TV. Episodes can also be viewed the following day on the NBC website.

Chicago Fire is apart of NBC's Chicago franchise which also includes Chicago P.D. and Chicago Med.

In March of 2020, the network announced that the show will run for at least 11 seasons.

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