Chicago P.D. 10×03 “A Good Man” looks to be the end of the line for Jesse Lee Soffer’s Jay Upstead. And that just… hurts.
Chicago P.D. 10×02 “The Real You” finally, finally moves Burzek forward, as it sets up a Jay Halstead exit that makes absolutely no sense.
Chicago P.D. 10×02 “The Real You” is a Burzek episode, and we’re gonna need some answers. But real answers this time, okay?
Chicago P.D. 10×01 “Let It Bleed” is the beginning of the end for the show as we know it — and the new direction doesn’t truly work.
Chicago P.D. 10×01 “Let It Bleed” tries to be a reset of sorts for the show — with mixed results. We preview the season premiere.
Chicago P.D. fans want the show to #BringBackJayHalstead — and they’re organizing to make some noise and celebrate their favorite character.
Jay Halstead is leaving Chicago P.D. and that’s already bad enough. But it could be worse if the show ends up killing him off.
Chicago P.D. 10×01 “Let it Bleed” is the beginning of our goodbye to Jay Halstead, and absolutely no one is ready.
Chicago P.D. has promoted Benjamin Levy Aguilar to series regular for Season 10, and to us, that’s good news. No, great news.
Chicago P.D. 9×22 “You and Me” is about Jay and Voight. It’s also about Voight and Anna. But above all, it’s about Jay and Hailey.
Chicago P.D. 9×22 “You and Me” will probably mark the end of at least one bad. Is it too much to hope it’s two?
Chicago P.D. 9×21 “House of Cards” is once again, about Voight, and about how his decisions always end up hurting others.
Chicago P.D. 9×21 promises to showcase the Upstead/Voight dynamics, and we’re not complaining. Just keep Upstead safe!
Chicago P.D. 9×20 ends with the question we’ve all been asking: Why isn’t Burzek together? We just hope we get an answer.
Chicago P.D. 9×20 “Memory” is an episode about memories, and what they make you. It’s also an episode about Burzek, and where they stand.
Chicago P.D. 9×20 looks to be our last chance this season to get some Burzek resolution, or at least, some Burzek family progress.