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One Chicago Crossover Recap: One Character Suffers a Personal Tragedy

  Wednesday's three-hour, four-part #OneChicago crossover concluded with a victory in the books for the Chicago Justice attorneys -- but one that couldn't begin to compensate for the tragic loss suffered by one member of Chicago P.D. . Despite the best efforts of Drs. Halstead ( Nick Gehlfuss ) and Manning ...Read More... ...   //www.tvguide.com/news/one-chicago-crossover-recap-fire-pd-med-justice-olinsky-daughter/?rss=breakingnews

Chicago PD Recap 2/22/17: Season 4 Episode 15 “Favor, Affection, Mallice or Ill-Will”

Chicago PD begins tonight with Dt. Adam Ruzek (Patrick John Flueger) going into Sgt Hank Voight’s (Jason Beghe) office. Voight asks how is the invisible man, Ruzek informs him his undercover assignment is done and it was great. Voight tells him to dig out his blues and report to Sgt. Trudy Platt (Amy Morton) since he was never assigned to the Intelligence Unit. Voight is angry that he had to find out from Commander at 7 that he had been detailed for undercover, leaving him one man short and a bunch of people asking him questions he couldn’t answer. Ruzek admits he freaked out when he found out Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati) was coming up to the IU, but this is where he wants to be; Voight tells him he will keep that in mind if a spot opens up. As Ruzek comes down the stairs Dt. Kenny Rixton (Nick Wechsler) shakes his hands but Ruzek, Kenny attempts to talk to him but Ruzek rudely says no sweat and keep doing the job. READ MORE...

Chicago PD Season 4 Episode 15 Review: Favor, Affection, Malice or Ill-Will

Was there anyone who was happy in this week's Chicago PD? Maybe Halstead since he got a new toy. But Chicago PD Season 4 Episode 15 was a joyless affair for everyone else.   "Favor, Affection, Malice or Ill Will" had two major storylines. The first involved a father looking for vengeance on the man that he believed murdered his daughter, but it's not a spoiler to say that the guy he believed was responsible was not the actual killer. ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/02/chicago-pd-season-4-episode-15-review-favor-affection-malice-or/

Chicago P.D. Review: The New Guy and the Old Guy

Spotting a con should be easier when you work in a job that makes you naturally suspicious of people. Chicago P.D. would certainly qualify. This week Intelligence works a case involving several cons, which puts everyone on edge more than they’d like to admit. That raised suspicion falls on someone they believed they could trust, but new information threatens to tear that tenuous trust down. A natural gas explosion next-door to an LGBT home is not so natural since CFD finds that the pipes were tampered with. Intelligence is ready to confirm the victims as the house’s tenant, and one of the guys from the LGBT home. When the tenant turns up alive and well, Intelligence has to search for a missing, faceless identity. Their victim ends up having two different names, since he is on the run from the government. Before he was a potential tenant for the house, Kurt Framingham, aka Bill Johns, was a con artist and a two-timer running from the cops. He made his money in rental home scams before being sought by the federal government. Seems like at least one case is closed when the victim is a criminal, right? It turns out not so much. READ MORE...

Chicago PD Recap 2/15/17: Season 4 Episode 14 “Seven Indictments”

Chicago PD begins with Dt, Erin Lindsay (Sophia Bush) and Dt. Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) at the shooting range for their requalifications. The Sgt warns her to watch her back when it comes to Dt. Kenny Rixton (Nick Wechsler). He shares that they passed and tells them to stay safe. Erin wants to ask him what he meant, but Jay says they have a call. Officer Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati) informs Sgt. Hank Voight (Jason Beghe), at the scene that there is one body inside the house that burned down, but the Reynold’s house next door is for the LGTB community and everyone there has been relocated to the school gym down the block. Voight stays to talk to Chicago Fire’s Randy McHolland (Christian Stolte) who tells him natural gas explosions are no joke; telling him the gas hose was ripped out of the wall, looking like it was intentional. READ MORE...

Chicago PD Season 4 Episode 14 Review: Seven Indictments

If there was a lesson in Chicago PD Season 4 Episode 14 , it was how well do you know the people you're closest to? "Seven Indictments" really wanted us to think that Kenny Rixton was a dirty cop, while the case of the week revealed a con artist who was pretending to live a double life. Chicago Fire found two victims at the site of an intentionally set house explosion. One was already dead, presumed to be the house's lone tenant, while the other died on his way to Chicago Med. ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/02/chicago-pd-season-4-episode-14-review-seven-indictments/

Chicago P.D. Review: Someone to Listen

Chicago P.D.‘s Intelligence Unit has made itself stand out in several ways from other units. The most prominent is that their unit will do whatever it takes to get justice for victims who would otherwise be swept under the rug. Such is the case this week when a teenager from a group home is found dumped like garbage. Because she probably spent her whole life that way, no one believed anyone would care to dig deep into her murder. That’s not how this team works. Intelligence’s latest victim Sam was apart of the Brady group home, notoriously known as worst of the worst in the city. It’s the kind of place that’s known for reporting every single incident because every single one needs police assistance. Because the calls have dwindled down significantly so that the facility doesn’t lose their funding, Halstead goes undercover as a Brady counselor. He immediately gets a very clear picture of how things work at Brady. It fits with what Intelligence finds about several shady procedures which led to Sam’s death. Sam was signed in and out at the home’s discretion for a reason, because she worked the streets at night. It would definitely be worth the facility’s while to risk one of their girls reported missing than dead. READ MORE...

Chicago PD Recap 2/8/17: Season 4 Episode 13 “I Remember Her Now”

Chicago PD begins tonight with Sgt Hank Voight (Jason Beghe) arriving at a crime scene where he believes their DOA, can’t be more than 15-years-old and Dt. Alvin Olinsky (Elias Koteas) doesn’t believe she is homeless because of the way she is dressed and her hair is washed. Officer Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati) found an ID in the dumpster, which matches the girl’s description. It is for Brady, a home for troubled girls and wards of the State; they all find it curious that she hasn’t been reported missing even though the place is supposed to have their doors locked 24-7. Voight informs Emma Crowley (Barbara Eve Harris) and Sgt Trudy Platt (Amy Morton) that their victim, Sam Wells has been a resident of Brady for 6-months. They found cash, toothbrush and change of clothes in her bag. There was a receipt from a convenience store 24-hours earlier; it looks like she ran away but no one reported her gone. READ MORE...

Chicago PD Recap 1/18/17: Season 4 Episode 12 “Sanctuary”

Tonight’s episode of Chicago PD kicks off with Erin and Atwater arriving at work, he reveals that he booked his first comedy gig. Judging from the practice joke that he shares with Erin – it could be a mess. Olinsky stomps past Burgess and grumbles at her for leaving a working case file on the seat of her unmarked car. Not great detective work. He reminds her that everything they do in their department is supposed to be confidential. A woman’s body is found lying in the park next to the water, her pants are pulled down around her ankles. They found a phone near the body – her name is Zoey Sims. They get to work canvassing the neighborhood, multiple witnesses describe two black men that just left the park. Hank and his team chase the men down on foot nearby – they run in to a church and the pastor locks the door and won’t let the police in. The congregation gathers around the church and won’t let the police inside. The preacher says that the kids are innocent, they are just foster kids that were drinking at the park and were at the wrong place at the wrong time. Legally Hank and his men can’t enter the church because it is a sanctuary, so they set up patrols at all of the exits. READ MORE...

Chicago P.D. Review: Cop Against Cop

There’s no way around the fact that police brutality exists, and Chicago P.D. is not immune from the controversy. Since we trust Voight and his Intelligence unit, viewers trust that the choices he makes are made with either good intentions or a good heart. Voight and his unit cannot call themselves clean by any means, but there are lines an officer of the law should never cross. That bodes the question of who defines those lines, and who will be there to punish the guilty if everyone deserves to be judged. Voight has already crossed that line. Can he help another officer from the guilt of doing the same? READ MORE...