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admin / June 22nd, 2015

The fall premiere dates have officially been announced.

Chicago PD returns September 30th, at 10pm.
Chicago Fire returns October 13th, at 10pm. (Must earlier then expected.)
Chicago Med Season One Premiere is November 10th, at 10pm and then following week will be at 9pm.



admin / June 11th, 2015

Chicago Fire Season 3 and Chicago PD 2 will be on DVD September 1st, 2015. It will have behind the Scenes and select episodes from the different crossovers.

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admin / June 9th, 2015

NBC is tweaking its fall schedule, replacing one new medical drama, Heartbreaker, with another, Chicago Med. The network last month announced a fall 2015 TChicago Med – Pilotuesday lineup consisting of The Voice leading to Heartbreaker and new variety show Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris, to be succeeded by NBC Tuesday 10 PM anchor Chicago Fire in November, when Best Time Ever‘s run ends. Chicago Med, which originated as a planted spinoff episode of Chicago Fire this past season, was previously slated for a midseason launch but will now debut in September behind The Voice. Starting in November, it will form a Chicago 9-11 PM block, paired with the franchise’s mothership series.

The scheduling change stems from the pregnancy of Heartbreaker star Melissa George, who is expecting her second child. Both Heartbreaker and Chicago Med will start production in mid-summer, but Heartbreaker will then go on hiatus to accommodate George’s pregnancy. The show, based on the life of Dr. Kathy Magliato, is a starring vehicle, with George’s lead character Dr. Alex Panttiere, an outspoken heart-transplant surgeon, virtually in every scene, making filming around her impossible. New scheduling for Heartbreaker, which is recasting one of its male leads,will be announced soon.

Meanwhile, Dick Wolf’s Chicago Med had been quietly gearing up for an earlier start of production. The series, just hired a showrunner, Andrew Dettmann, and a new series regular, Colin Donnell. The series, described as an emotional thrill ride through the day-to-day chaos of the city’s most explosive hospital, will give Wolf four series on the fall schedule, the three Chicago dramas and Law & Order: SVU, as well as 2 two-hour 9-11 PM blocks, one on Tuesday and one on Wednesday.

Chicago Med also stars Oliver Platt, S. Epatha Merkerson, Laurie Holden, Nick Gehlfuss and Yaya Dacosta. Wolf, Dettmann, Matt Olmstead, Michael Brandt, Derek Haas, Arthur Forney, Danielle Gelber and Peter Jankowski executive produce.

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admin / May 29th, 2015

Colin Donnell (Arrow, The Affair) has been added to the cast of NBC’s new drama series Chicago Med as a new regular. Because the latest offshoot in Dick Wolf’s Chicago franchise started off as a planted spinoff episode of Chicago Fire, the cast was not fully formed and is now expanding. Since work on the show’s 13-episode order is just beginning, the character Donnell will be playing is still being fleshed out. He is expected to be a doctor, possibly in pediatrics.

Donnell had been on NBC and Wolf’s radar for a while. Wolf previously liked him for a role on the first Chicago Fire spinoff, Chicago PD. This past season, NBC cast him in a guest-starring role on freshman drama Mysteries Of Laura and as a lead in drama pilot Love Is A Four Letter Word.

Chicago Med is described as an emotional thrill ride through the day-to-day chaos of the city’s most explosive hospital and the courageous team of doctors who hold it together. Donnell joins original series regulars Oliver Platt, S. Epatha Merkerson, Laurie Holden, Nick Gehlfuss and Yaya Dacosta.

Donnell, repped by Gersh, has recurred on the CW’s Arrow and also has a recurring role on the Showtime drama The Affair.

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admin / May 21st, 2015

“Sometimes it’s the strongest people who fall the hardest,” the actress tells THR about her character’s surprise decision in the season two finale.

[Warning: Spoilers ahead for the Chicago P.D. season two finale, “Born Into Bad News.”]

Lindsay (Sophia Bush) has been on a downward spiral ever since Nadia’s death, but she did something truly unthinkable on Wednesday’s season two finale of Chicago P.D. She quit.

“The reason Erin is a cop because she wants to personally help people; she wants to know at the end of the day who she was able to help and what she was able to do,” Bush tells The Hollywood Reporter. “Being hit on such a personal level – this really hits the core of that and shakes the ground out of from under her.”

The episode’s final moments, in which Lindsay told her boss and father figure Voight (Jason Beghe) that she was bad news and gave back her badge, was just as much of a shock for the actress as it was for the viewers. “The notion that she would even hand her badge over is something that I had to talk to the writers about a lot as we were developing what would happen to her and what this struggle would look like,” says Bush.

So why did she do it? Bush spoke with THR about how Nadia’s death “ruptured” Lindsay, why she turned to her estranged mother and what’s ahead for season three.

Erin has been struggling with Nadia’s death for several episodes. Why do you think she went so far as to quit?

Sometimes it’s the strongest people who fall the hardest. They’re the people who you don’t expect to be knocked off their game. This kind of a thing, what it brings up for Erin is where she comes from. The way that she grew up told her who she was going to be, what she was going to be able to do and then by luck, hard work and the grace of being arrested by the right detective, she made it out. It was against all the odds and she’s been a tough woman who’s been able to push forward no matter what. Erin’s motto is always a forward march and she always gets the job done. This just ruptured her. It sliced the parachute and then she’s just falling and she doesn’t know how to get out of it and how to get away from it. This notion, for her, is that maybe she’s not as strong as Hank. Maybe she wasn’t able to save someone the way he saved her. Maybe she should have never tried. If she hadn’t fought so hard for this girl, maybe this girl would still be alive. The notion that you caused a death or put someone in the line of fire is so brutal. That all really informed just how much this would make Erin lose her mind.

We’ve seen her quit P.D. before just earlier this season when she took another job. She ended up coming back pretty quickly. How will this be different from that?

The initial storyline for Erin going to the task force was supposed to last for eight episodes. The way it changed the chemistry of the show – everyone hated it. They pulled the plug on it really quickly, but there’s something about this that’s different. … This left her, emotionally, in a way that I think will not be so easy to have a quick turnaround from. Leaving the task force is simply about, “I don’t like the politics. I don’t like being surrounded by a bunch of misogynistic assholes.” This is getting to the very core of who she is as a person and it slays her vulnerability open in a way that I don’t think she knows how to cope with. I’m hoping at least that that’s not something that when we come back in season three, everything’s OK. I think she’s going to have a lot to deal with when the next season of the show picks up and we’ll have to figure out how to tap back into her strengths.

You talked about how much Lindsay loves helping people and how much she loves being a cop. How much will she change as a person when she doesn’t have this job grounding her?

That kind of breakdown of your psyche is the thing that I’m looking forward to delving further into as the season picks up. We’re a little bit unsure as to what the time jump will be. Last season it had to be about six weeks. Now the writers are talking about, will it be six days? Or six weeks again? What will it look like? What are the ramifications? If it is more than a month, how far has Lindsay gone? Where will we find her? If it’s six days, is she just going to be on a little bit of a bender? At this point, nothing is set in stone. It’s really a conversation but we’re certainly picking apart all of the options and trying to figure out what will be best. There’s a part of me that would like for us to pick up the day after she quits and see what happens. Hopefully it will take a couple of episodes for her to want to go back. As much as I agreed that she would make a very immediate, cutthroat decision about the wrong working environment at the task force, I would like for this to not wrap itself up so quickly.

The Voight-Lindsay relationship has changed a lot in the wake of Nadia’s death. Why do you think that is?

I think with people who are close to you, when you don’t feel like yourself, you don’t know how to communicate that and you don’t know how to admit it. For Lindsay, she’s not good at revealing her feelings; she’s not good at exposing her vulnerability. She’s trying to continue on that forward march, and just can’t do it. She’s consumed by all of this guilt, all of this rage and feeling like she should have just done something differently. I don’t think she knows how to explain what she’s going through to Voight or even to Halstead because if she tells someone how she feels, she’s going to have to know she feels. Instead of being angry and drinking and being in this ‘f– it all’ place, she would actually have to look inward and feel that pain and feel that grief. That’s a very, very hard thing for someone who’s programmed to always move forward. To stop and exist within your feelings and be overcome by emotions that feel like they’re going to break you is not easy for someone like her. She’s very good at being courageous for other people but the only really courageous thing she can do for herself in this situation is process these feelings. But she can’t do it. She doesn’t know how.

Lindsay and her mom have had such an estranged up-and-down relationship. Why did she turn to Bunny out of all the people in her life during this time?

That was something that I had to talk to the writers a lot about to really be able to feel like I could play that and believe it for myself. The moment it began to make sense is when Halstead says, “Hey, we’re going to go to Molly’s. We’re going to pour one out for Nadia with everybody.” She’s looking at him and she suddenly feels like she’s on the outside of her whole universe because as sad as they all are, as much as they’re grieving a friend, Nadia was Lindsay’s protégé. Nadia was Lindsay’s roommate. She was, for all intents and purposes, like her little sister. Everyone around her seems to be able to process this and she almost feels like she’s on the outside of a fish bowl and everything inside is untouchable and foreign. This notion that she’s just supposed to go to this bar where she usually has a lot of fun with her friends and mourn someone – it feels impossible. She doesn’t want go to home because all of Nadia’s things are still in her apartment; she still has her room there. But she doesn’t want to go out with these guys and so where is she going to go?

In this place where she’s consumed with this self-loathing, there’s nobody that makes Lindsay feel worse about herself than her mom. Going to see Bunny, she doesn’t have to act like she’s OK and she doesn’t have to be nice and she doesn’t have to do anything. She can sit there and she can be around someone that makes her angry and a person that knows that they make her angry. It almost allows her to let some of that anger out because she can snap at her mom and her mom is not going to care. It’s a little bit of torture. It’s emotional cutting. It doesn’t have to make sense because nothing makes sense to her right now. When I envision Bunny being a physical personification of a razorblade for Lindsay and her just going to town on her heart, that’s what makes it all make sense to me.

Do you think Lindsay will ever be able to get over Nadia’s death completely? Will she ever be able to have closure about this?

I don’t think you ever get over a loss like that. But the way she’s blaming herself isn’t serving her and it’s certainly not serving Nadia. Something really horrible happened to someone that she cared about, but it wasn’t her fault. Hopefully as time goes by, and as she actually allows herself to feel her feelings and let that grief out and deal with it, she’ll be able to understand that and hopefully it will further inspire her to save the ones that she can. You can’t save every single one.

Chicago P.D. returns in the fall on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on NBC.

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admin / May 4th, 2015

NBC is the first broadcaster out of the gate with its 2015-16 season pickups, ordering to series Chicago Fire spinoff No. 2 Chicago Med, the Greg Berlanti mystery thriller Blindspot and medical drama Heartbreaker (FKA Heart Matters).

Audiences got their first glimpse of Chicago Med in the April 7 episode of Chicago Fire. The cast includes Oliver Platt, S. Epatha Merkerson, Laurie Holden, Nick Gehlfuss and Yaya Dacosta.

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admin / May 4th, 2015

05/20/2015 (10:00PM – 11:00PM) (Wednesday) : INTELLIGENCE COMES TO THE AID OF COMMANDER PERRY’S NEPHEW AFTER HE GETS INVOLVED WITH A CORRUPT NARCOTICS UNIT. Retired Commander Perry (guest star Robert Ray Wisdom) enlists Voight (Jason Beghe) and the team to help extract his cop nephew from a unit of corrupt officers who are robbing drug dealers. When things go bad Voight must take down a younger, more violent version of himself. Meanwhile, Lindsay (Sophia Bush) struggles to stay clean. At the same time a woman from Olinsky’s (Elias Koteas) past reaches out to him. Also starring Jon Seda, Jesse Lee Soffer, Patrick Flueger, Marina Squerciati, LaRoyce Hawkins, Amy Morton and Brian Geraghty. Markie Post, Joseph Anderson, Landon Vanick and Samuel Hunt guest star.



admin / April 30th, 2015

Showrunner Matt Olmstead says Wednesday’s shocking fatality “sends Lindsay on a spiral.”

[Warning: Spoilers ahead if you haven’t seen the April 29 episodes of Chicago PDand Law & Order: SVU.]

The Intelligence Unit of Chicago PD lost another one of its own Wednesday when Nadia (Stella Maeve) was kidnapped, raped and murdered by serial killer Greg Yates (Dallas Roberts).

“That sends Lindsay on a spiral,” Chicago PD showrunner Matt Olmstead tells THR. “Voight tries to keep her from losing it and that leads toward our cliffhanger in PD which is Lindsay looking at her badge. Is she going to fling it and just go back to the party life where she came from and drink her sorrows away? Or is she going to stick it out and be a cop? That’s the decision she has to make.”

Nadia’s demise was particularly bittersweet. She was sober, living with Lindsay (Sophia Bush) and working as an assistant for Intelligence while studying to become a cop.

“It was never the plan,” says Olmstead. “All along, we wanted Lindsay to find a character and be to that character like what Voight was to her. To reclaim somebody and give them an opportunity and try and help that person get back on their feet and that was what happened. … Everything we had planned was paying off.”

However, Olmstead says “it became apparent that a death would really put some teeth” into the crossover once he went to New York to work with Law & Order: SVU showrunner Warren Leight on the episodes.

“In order to bring those guys east and for the story to continue with them engaged, there had to be a personal motivation,” says Leight. “You don’t question for a second why CPD comes to New York if one of their own has been taken hostage by the bad guy. … Yates feels like CPD messed with him so he’s going to mess with them.”

Nadia is just the latest casualty to hit the unit (see: Det. Julia Willhite in the series premiere, Sheldon Jin in the season one finale). In contrast, the death was more notable for the far less bloodthirsty SVU. “I don’t like to kill ’em off,” says Leight. “We don’t even kill off many victims on our show. So it was not arrived at quickly or without a lot of thought.”

Although not a series regular, Maeve had recurred on the show since the fourth episode. “At first I was reluctant because Stella the actress is so great and has been so much for us but then it became apparent it wasn’t just a quick hit,” says Olmstead.

“It gave us definitely a season finale and it’s going to give us something to come back to and play the beginning of next season. Just looking at what we could get and how it would affect other people and the drama we could get out of it, it was a very tough decision to make.”

Looking ahead, Nadia’s replacement is one of several new faces that will pop up at the precinct. “One of the great luxuries of having a show that you know is coming back and is doing well is being able to introduce a character and just giving them an opportunity. If it doesn’t work out, it doesn’t work out and if it does work out, you’re off to the races,” says Olmstead. “We’ll be bringing in a new person in the next season to work in the office and then there’s also – which is one of our cliffhangers in PD – the mystery arrival of a heretofore unknown family member who shows up for one of our characters and upends that person’s world and they have to deal with the ramifications of that next season.”

Law & Order: SVU airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on NBC. Chicago PD airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on NBC.

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admin / April 28th, 2015

“The two police departments could not be more different in their procedures,” showrunner Warren Leight tells THR.

Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Law & Order: SVU already pulled off a successful three-show crossover in November. So when the drums began beating for a second two-night, SVU showrunner Warren Leight knew he had to up the ante.

“I felt like if we were going to do it again, I wanted the stories and the plotting to be more integrated,” he tells THR. “It’s really a unified two-hour crossover. I don’t know how they’re going to list it on TV Guide but it really flows all as one piece.”

Kicking off on Tuesday’s new episode of Chicago Fire, the latest crossover centers on a charismatic doctor (The Walking Dead’s Dallas Roberts) suspected of serial rape and murder in Chicago. Originally planned as a two-part episode of Law & Order: SVU, one of the biggest tricks was figuring out a way to bring NYPD to Chicago and vice-versa. “You have to figure out a reason why you’re crossing state lines,” says Leight. “Its fun when the Justice League of America gets together but we have to know why.”

SVU factors in when Benson (Mariska Hargitay) realizes a victim first discovered by the Firehouse 51 team is frighteningly similar to one she had investigated a decade earlier with then-partner Stabler (Christopher Meloni) in New York. “It was based a little bit on Ted Bundy, who’s a very charming serial killer in America’s past,” says Leight. “It took a long time before people realized it was the same guy and that there was a pattern. It was an interesting idea so we said maybe he had been active and then he went to another city.”

Adds Chicago PD star Jason Beghe: “It’s not just, let’s find this guy. Being the Ted Bundy nature of it, he’s very smart and we don’t really have him enough to prosecute him so we’re playing a cat and mouse [game].”

Once they’re in the same city, blending these two teams together will be difficult in and of itself. “The two police departments could not be more different in their procedures,” says Leight. “We get to court in New York in this story as well and that’s clearly different from what went down in the past with these things.”

That’s because, unlike SVU and the many other iterations of Law & Order, there is no district attorney on Chicago PD. As Leight says, the Intelligence Unit at PD is more focused on a “biblical sense of justice” than a legal one. “As far as I can tell, they don’t have a legal system,”says Leight with a laugh. “Sometimes Voight goes a little rogue and [Benson] basically tells him, ‘Watch yourself. I don’t want this case blown because of police misconduct.’ So we wrote to the fact that one department plays more loosely than the other when it comes to constitutional protections. Our guys get a little tense about that; a little more protective of the system.”

That even extends to Benson and Voight, who shared a friendly drink the last time she was in the Windy City. “There was a lot of warmth, maybe even could be construed as flirtation,” says Beghe. “Things get so serious and rough by the time we’re back in New York that we don’t have a lot of time for the lighter enjoyment of things. It’s a very distressing and personally wrenching experience particularly for the characters in Chicago.”

Behind the scenes, the process of crafting the crossover was not without it’s bumps either. “You learn a lot from the first one,” says Leight. “If we do another one some time, I’ll have learned a lot from this one. Its trickier than doing episode 90 for me of a show that I’ve been on because its episode two of the crossover and its learning what their team can do, what our team can do.”

But now the question stands of how long it will be before a possible four-show crossover comes to fruition if Chicago Med is picked up to series. “Yes, and the [rumored] resurrection of Law & Order the mothership, and I suppose there’s a way to do a five-show crossover,” says Leight, “but I think that will be my final act. (Laughs)”

Chicago Fire airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m., Chicago PD airs on Wednesday at 9 p.m. and Law & Order: SVU airs Wednesday at 10 p.m. on NBC.

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admin / April 28th, 2015

Though mini-crossovers within Dick Wolf’s mega franchise have become second nature, when the three shows unite for a big event, you know it’s going to get dangerously real.

Such is the case with the two-night event that kicks off with Tuesday’s episode of Chicago Fire and continues through Wednesday’s back-to-back episodes of Chicago P.D. and SVU. “We’ve got a great bad guy and one of the characters in P.D. doesn’t make it out alive, unfortunately,” says Fire and P.D. boss Matt Olmstead.

The devastating events are put into motion when Benson (Mariska Hargitay) suspects that a case in Chicago has ties to an unsolved one from a decade prior—though don’t go searching your memory or old DVDs to get clues. “There can be cases that SVU handled that were never made into TV episodes,” SVU boss Warren Leight explains. “In our view of the world, in 2004, there were two unsolved rape/murders and one unsolved disappearance that the squad caught, and a fire breaks out on Chicago Fire on Tuesday where a victim is found barely alive having been sexually assaulted.”

While planning this crossover, the executive producers on all three shows strived not to repeat themselves, hoping instead to give a good reason for these three squads to intersect. “I didn’t just want it to be a drop-in,” Leight says, noting that the case is somewhat inspired by “the horrible and successful arc of Ted Bundy, a guy who got away with dozens of crimes in multiple locations for a long period of time because no one could believe he could do something like this and no one put the pieces together.”

Thus, the idea was born for someone from the Chicago side to fall prey to the big bad (portrayed by Walking Dead and Good Wife alum Dallas Roberts). “We had to make sure we had a reason for the P.D. team to stay involved as the perp made his way to New York,” Leight says. “I want to make sure there’s a compelling reason for P.D. to be wandering around the SVU squad, so if one of their own is taken hostage by this guy, after we’ve seen how horrible he is, we understand their pursuit across the timezone.”

While Olmstead is staying mum on who his show will be losing, he reveals that it will hit Lindsay (Sophia Bush) the hardest. “What we get out of it is, towards the end of the season, a spiral for Lindsay because, as we established from the show, she came from the wrong side of the tracks before Voight [Jason Beghe] rehabilitated her and gave her a purpose. She starts to doubt if it was all worth it or if she doesn’t belong back on the other side of the tracks in the company of her mother.”

The Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D. and SVU crossover event kicks off Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET and continues Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.

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admin / April 28th, 2015

Chicago Fire is welcoming a new member to the team.Friday Night Lights alum Dora Madison Burge will join the NBC drama as paramedic Jessica “Chili” Chilton, TVGuide.com has learned.

Chili replaces Peter Mills (Charlie Barnett), who left to be with his family in North Carolina in the previous episode. Partnered with Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer), Chili doesn’t exactly get the warmest welcome from the firehouse when she’s introduced in Tuesday’s episode. She’ll remain on the NBC drama for the last three episodes of the season.

Burge, who played Becky on Friday Night Lights’ final two seasons, most recently appeared on NCIS: New Orleans and on Chicago P.D., but as a different character.

Chicago Fire airs on Tuesdays at 10/9c on NBC.

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admin / April 26th, 2015

05/13/2015 (10:00PM – 11:00PM) (Wednesday) : A MASS SHOOTING SENDS INTELLIGENCE RACING TO STOP A GROUP OF HIGHLY MOTIVATED KILLERS FROM STRIKING AGAIN. When multiple people are shot inside an athletic club intelligence work to find and take down the shooters before there’s any more victims. When they discover that all the targets were from the same law firm it’s apparent that it is a case of corporate revenge. Now they need to find out what the motive for these killings. Atwater (LaRoyce Hawkins) is dealing with his new assignment, while doing so he plays a key role in locating the shooters. Meanwhile Platt (Amy Morton) and Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) are trying to approach Lindsay (Sophia Bush) to see how she’s coping with a recent death. Also starring Jason Beghe, Jon Seda, Patrick Flueger, Elias Koteas, Marina Squerciati and Brian Geraghty. Markie Post and Samuel Hunt guest star.



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