Airdate: Chicago P.D.

2014-11-04_0107US procedural Chicago P.D., the latest series created by Dick Wolf (Law & Order, Chicago Fire), begins later this month on Universal.

The series, starring Sophia Bush, Jason Beghe, Jon Seda and Jesse Lee Soffer, dramatises police who patrol the beat and those who tackle major crimes in Chicago.

This premiered in the US in January.

It begins with a double episode.

A riveting police drama about the men and women of the Chicago Police Department’s District 21 who put it all on the line to serve and protect their community. District 21 is made up of two distinctly different groups: the uniformed cops who patrol the beat and go head-to-head with the city’s street crimes and the Intelligence Unit that combats the city’s major offences – organized crime, drug trafficking, high profile murders and beyond. The vast responsibilities that these jobs entail extend far beyond the walls of the precinct, often taking an emotional toll on the personal lives of these men and women.

Thursday, November 20 at 8:30pm.

12 Comments:

  1. @melmac That’s their airing order in America. Fire Tuesday night, SVU and PD on Wednesday night.

    I understand no SVU characters appear on Fire, though, which is kinda a shame. But still, this should be fun!

  2. @Kitch “Not to mention the Fire/PD/SVU crossover scheduled for next week.”

    Interesting Is correct viewing order Fire, SUV, PD ?

    I assume SUV isn’t coming back to ten until next year, I’m feeling a 5 ep mini marathon coming on before next week 🙂

  3. There is the crossover episodes to worry about, but also the small details that have meaning to both story lines like Serveride and Lindsay or Mouch and Trudy. They should have really aired together. Channel 7 could have jumped on the opportunity!

  4. Between Amazon, my multi-region DVD player and being in America a lot last year, I saw the entire first season of Chicago PD and loved every second of it. Voight is such a great character, and his questionable integrity – or so it seems at times – is what separates CPD from the other police procedurals. Much heavier tone than Fire, too.

    Interestingly, for Season 2 of CPD and Season 3 of CF, every episode bar the last one has had a crossover either way, so being aired out of sync and on different channels is really going to muddy the water for people trying to keep up with both.

    Not to mention the Fire/PD/SVU crossover scheduled for next week.

  5. Great show. Highly recommend it. A shame, but not surprising Foxtel has stuffed around with its airing. The good news for some is that they will finally get to see the finally to the Chicago Fire episode that aired earlier this year, around 12 months later by the time the Chicago PD episode airs.

    How hard would it have been for Foxtel to start showing this earlier this year and align it with the Chicago Fire episodes. Not very, given all the other rubbish they seem to be able to bring to air.

  6. Way too late it should have been airing with CF right from it’s start the little crossover bits would have made more sense. Plus the major crossover event ep at Chicago Fire s02e20 & Chicago PD s01e12 is a corker.

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