‘Chicago Fire’ 10×06 Pictures:”Dead Zone”

The Chicago Fire 10×06 “Dead Zone” pictures are making us miss Matt Casey even more, and we’re not even sorry about it.

One Chicago Ships Check — In: October 20

There’s a lot we love about One Chicago shows beyond ships but we can’t live without ships! We’re going to analyze their progress.

Jesse Spencer Says Goodbye… For Now

Jesse Spencer said goodbye to Chicago Fire this week, and we’re not okay. We’ll miss him, but we’re hoping we’ll see him again soon. The 200th episode of Chicago Fire was a heartbreaker as Spencer, and his character Captain Matthew…

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ 2×06 Review: “Unforgivable”

Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×06 “Unforgivable” made the lines very, very blurry for one Elliot Stabler. He needs out. Now.

‘Law & Order: SVU’ 23×06 Review: “The Five Hundredth Episode”

Law & Order: SVU‘s 500th episode was nothing if not a collection of contradictions. “The Five Hundredth Episode” was incredibly well done but not something I’d feel comfortable watching over and over again for entertainment. It brought back some familiar…

‘Chicago Med’ 7×05 Review: “Change Is A Tough Pill To Swallow

Chicago Med 7×05 “Change is a Tough Pill to Swallow” is, ironically, not about change. Unless it’s about the change to a new ship?

‘Chicago P.D.’ 9×05 Review: “Burnside”

Chicago P.D. 9×05 “Burnside” gives Laroyce Hawkins’ Kevin Atwater a chance to shine, and we’re incredibly happy about that.

‘Chicago Fire’ 10×05 Review: “Two Hundred”

Chicago Fire 10×05 “Two Hundred” says a very clear see you later, not goodbye, to Jesse Spencer’s Matt Casey. But we’ll still miss him.

David Eigenberg, Joe Minoso and Christian Stolte Talk Chicago Fire’s 200th Episode

David Eigenberg, Joe Minoso and Christian Stolte are family at this point. And honestly, it’d be weirder if they weren’t, considering Chicago Fire will celebrate it’s 200th episode next week, a feat not many shows get to – particularly not…

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ 2×05 Review: “The Good, The Bad and The Lovely”

Law & Order: Organized Crime continues to not miss a beat. “The Good, The Bad, and The Lovely” was yet another shining example of how you can mix compelling, high stakes drama with plenty of character development and personal stories.…

‘Law & Order: SVU’ 23×05 Review: “Fast Times @TheWheelHouse”

Law & Order: SVU 23×05, “Fast Times @TheWheelHouse,” was a prime example of what happens when bad episodes happen to good seasons. Or maybe it’s better to put it like this: This storyline is what happens when people who aren’t…

‘Chicago Med’ 7×04 Review: “Status Quo, aka The Mess We’re In”

Chicago Med 7×04 “Status Quo, aka The Mess We’re In” is about systems, people and what it takes to make a difference.

‘Chicago Fire’ 10×04 Review: “The Right Thing”

Chicago Fire 10×04 “The Right Thing” examines what the right thing is, as it sets up a possible Matt Casey exit. We’re just not buying it.

‘Chicago P.D.’ 9×04 Review: “In the Dark”

Chicago P.D.’s 9×04 “In the Dark” focuses on Hailey Upton, Jay Halstead and whether Hank Voight has a future on this show.

‘Chicago Fire’ 10×04 Pictures: “The Right Thing”

The Chicago Fire 10×04 “The Right Thing” pictures confirm a theory, and leave us wondering what everyone’s looking at.

‘Ordinary Joe’ 1×04 Review: “Shooting Stars”

There is not an episode of #OrdinaryJoe that doesn’t tug at the heartstrings, but this one flat out made us cry our eyes out.

One Chicago Ships Check — In: October 6

There’s a lot we love about One Chicago shows beyond ships but we can’t live without ships! We’re going to analyze their progress.

‘Chicago P.D’ 9×04 Advance Review: “In the Dark”

Chicago P.D 9X04 “In the Dark” is a tour de force for Tracy Spiridakos and Hailey Upton. This might be a hard one to watch, but it’s worth it.

‘Law & Order: SVU’ 23×04 Review: “Another Tale of Two Victims”

Law & Order: SVU 23×04, “Another Tale of Two Victims,” was a masterful, damning look at the hypocrisy and double standards in our criminal justice system. In a (so-far) ongoing SVU season 23 narrative about power imbalances and just a…

‘Chicago Med’ 7×03 Review: “Be the Change You Want to See”

Chicago Med 7×03 “Be the Change You Want to See” is about people — who they are and who the decide to be, for better or worse.

‘Chicago Fire’ 10×03 Review “Counting Your Breaths”

Chicago Fire continues to hammer home the theme of family in an episode that proves that, once you’re part of this one, they never let go.