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Chicago P.D. Review: Welcome to Chicago

Sergeant Hank Voight is a man embedded in two worlds: good cop and bad cop (as the promotions like to point out). The initial impressions he gave off were those of a the latter, as he did whatever he possibly could to Casey in  Chicago Fire  to get his son out from under his drunk driving accident. Chicago PD Season 1 Episode 1  attempted to change this, albeit slowly, as there are still very clear indications that Voight could still be using his status to advantage, but there are times where it's clear that Voight is looking out for his city. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2014/01/chicago-pd-review-welcome-to-chicago/

Chicago P.D.: TV Review

Nobody loves a formula more than Dick Wolf, and no network loves a Dick Wolf formula (that actually draws viewers) more than NBC. So it should come as no surprise that Wolf and NBC, who made good with Chicago Fire , are back with Chicago P.D . The only slightly unexpected twist is that the detective at the center of Chicago P.D. is Sgt. Hank Voight ( Jason Beghe ), who will be familiar to Chicago Fire viewers as an angry, corrupt cop who was sent to prison. Well, guess what? He got sprung somehow (perhaps this all will be explained later) and now runs the intelligence unit of the police department.  Read More...   //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/jL2m9Pkm1Bg/story01.htm

‘Chicago P.D.’ Review: Second City to None

I enjoyed “Chicago P.D.” The new NBC procedural breathes enough to feel like it isn’t a procedural at all. And though there’s a will-they-or-won’t they storyline and its cast is a little too pretty (something no one will ever complain about), it isn’t one of those “Castle”-like shows where murders serve as grisly backdrops to the characters’ cute flirtations. Am I saying Dick Wolf’s latest has something for everyone? Kind of, yeah. It’s taken lessons from the pacing of Wolf’s “Law & Order” franchise, gussied up the worn-in feeling of the “Wire,” and added just a touch of the shameless emotional manipulation of “Grey’s Anatomy.”  Read More... //www.thewrap.com/chicago-p-d-review-second-city-none/

Review: 'Chicago P.D.' plays it by the book

'Chicago P.D.,' NBC's police procedural, is a reminder of the old-school network cop shows, almost to a fault. There is a lot to be said for the good old-fashioned police procedural of the sort that, in the days before cable, once dominated television.  Read More... //feeds.latimes.com/~r/latimes/entertainment/news/tv/~3/fz2va_826Uk/la-et-st-chicago-p-d-review-20140108,0,6406478.story