How ‘One Chicago’ 2021 Ratings Will Translate Into the New Year

by Hannah Heser

2022 has a lot in store for the hit One Chicago series. After an incredible year they had, the cast is ready for what’s to come.

The four most well-known broadcast networks are finally getting back in the game. CBS, ABC, Fox and NBC are starting to preview all-new shows and seasons since things are slowly going back to normal. So, as the new year begins, the ratings could look a lot different. And trust me, it’s a good kind of different.

According to cinemablend, the final half of 9-1-1‘s fifth season averaged a 1.4 rating with 8.34 million viewers.

Unfortunately, 9-1-1 fans won’t be able to watch the remaining episodes until March. This is because the network is letting 9-1-1‘s spinoff take its time slot for the first couple of months. Everyone is excited to watch the updated sister show, but will it affect the ratings for the original show? All we can do is hope for the best since this is one of Fox’s fan-favorite shows.

However, 9-1-1 isn’t the only show that’s worried about their ratings slowing down. That’s right, NBC’s One Chicago also has the same problem. Find out the predictions for 2022 below.

Will One Chicago Keep the Same Ratings in 2022?

With it being a new year we think new episodes and seasons will rise in popularity. But unfortunately, that’s not the case for the more popular show’s on NBC. Cinemablend reports the prediction for how One Chicago’s ratings will look this year.

Chicago Med usually Live and the same numbers close to Chicago Fire. Furthermore, it comes in third place in Live+7 with a 1.2 rating and 9.17 million viewer.”

Meanwhile, fans can thank Chicago P.D.’s delay for the rise in One Chicago’s 2021 rating.

With the large amount of success One Chicago has had in its three seasons, they predict that the show will start off great. But what do you think One Chicago fans, will the 2021 ratings be the same or higher this year? We’ll find out really soon.

Now what you’ve all been waiting for, One Chicago shows are returning to the small screen Wednesday night on NBC.