‘Chicago Fire’ heats up as ‘Tricked’ plays more pranks in new seasons | Inquirer Entertainment

‘Chicago Fire’ heats up as ‘Tricked’ plays more pranks in new seasons

/ 10:37 AM September 23, 2014

MANILA, Philippines – Brace yourselves for heart-stopping cliffhangers and jaw-dropping tricks every Thursday this September with Universal Channel’s hot and fresh dual debuts, coming to your screens within 48 hours of their world premieres.


Chicago Fire Season 3


Premieres September 25, Thursdays at 9 p.m.


First in Asia and just 2 days after US Premiere

Still reeling from the traumatic ending of Season 2?

Welcome back to Firehouse 51 where your favourite firefighters are at – save for the one we bade farewell to in that last heartburner of an episode. Tune in to see the heroes of 51 deal with loss yet again as the devastating tragedy brings together an unlikely pairing, along with a newcomer for them to welcome. You don’t want to miss the drama that’s about to peak at scorching temperatures.

Tricked Season 2

Premieres September 25, Thursdays at 8PMfirehouse

First in Asia and just 2 days after UK Premiere


Tricked is back for another mind-blowing season and boy are we excited.

Ben Hanlin, the talented up and comer from Birmingham, has been making waves on the streets, confounding and perplexing audiences everywhere.

Describing himself as a mix of David Blaine and Derren Brown, handsome Ben has been pulling his stunts on celebrities as well like the prank he and Simon Webbe pulled on the rest of the boys from Blue in Season 1.

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Watch this season closely — you don’t want to miss a single second of it.

Catch these two new exciting season premieres on Universal Channel this month. Tune in to Channel 73 on SkyCable, Channels 27 (analog) and 73 (digital) on Destiny Cable, Channel 110 HD on Cignal and Channel 31 on Cablelink.

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