These past couple episodes of Chicago PD have put the women of the intelligence unit in the spotlight, and Chicago PD 7X14, titled “Center Mass” is no exception. They’ve given us episodes that have focused on their female characters, and I’ve loved it. It’s about time the women get someRead More →


This week’s article is gonna be all about Burzek, Burgess, and the Burzek baby situation. Chicago PD‘s ‘I Was Here” was a Burgess-centric episode, and I loved it. It’s nice to see some of the One Chicago women getting the spotlight. And even though it wasn’t the ending I wouldRead More →

Our hearts are breaking at this latest piece of casting news that involves a Chicago P.D. fan-favorite departing the series. After four seasons of bringing the iconic Detective Erin Lindsay to life, Sophia Bush has officially exited Chicago P.D., reports Deadline. While Bush will no longer be a season regular,Read More →

Honestly, you’d think that I’d be better prepared for Chicago P.D. season finales. But I so am not. While I thought I was ready for the conclusion to what’s been a sensational fourth season, I most certainly was not. There’s a reason why Chicago P.D. is my favorite show onRead More →

You know that it’s May Sweeps when an episode of Chicago P.D., which consistently shocks and surprises me every week, has me screaming at my television and cursing and questioning the life decisions of these beautiful and flawed characters. Ah, sweet emotion. In Chicago P.D.’s penultimate hour of season 4,Read More →

When it comes to being a police officer on television, it’s something that can sometimes feel over glamorized. Usually it’s all about being cool. Cool job, cool gun, cool ride, cool shades, and a cool attitude. But the truth is, working in law enforcement can be very difficult. And sometimesRead More →

You don’t know chemistry and passion until you meet Chicago P.D.’s Jay Halstead and Erin Lindsay, the dynamic duo that swooped in unexpectedly and has stolen our hearts forever. Linstead have shown us that not only is it possible to have a healthy relationship on television, but that it’s alsoRead More →

On a show like Chicago P.D. where nearly all of its episodes are mind-blowing, there are episodes that really take it to another level. “Last Minute Resistance” was one of those episodes. On the surface this episode appeared to be one that focused on the power of family. And whileRead More →

Chicago P.D. can do it all. It can deliver thrilling cases that leave your head spinning while also touching your heart, making you laugh, and making you feel like someone is pounding on your heart with a hammer. That was “Little Bit of Light” in a nutshell. This week’s ChicagoRead More →

With an episode title like “Remember the Devil,” was there ever any way that this episode was going to end well? The latest episode of Chicago P.D. delivered a thrilling, disturbing case while also managing to break me emotionally as Halstead and Lindsay faced an obstacle in the form ofRead More →

Chicago P.D. is enlisting the help of another new detective in season 4. Tracy Spiridakos, known for her role on Revolution, has been cast in a recurring role on Chicago P.D., according to The Hollywood Reporter. And it sounds like her character is going to clash with Sargent Voight, which alwaysRead More →

One of the most beautiful things about television – and the arts in general – is the power that they command when it comes to emotions. Emotions are the foundation of the very lives we lead. Everything we do is dictated by our feelings. It’s the cause of the multitudeRead More →