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admin / April 14th, 2015

Question: Chicago Fire seems to be hinting that Charlie Barnett might leave the show. Can you shed light on that? —Anonymous
Well, as weighty promo that aired after Tuesday’s episode confirmed, Mills does indeed have a decision to make that will heavily impact his future. “He finally gets his dream job back, but as that presents itself, his mom and sister come forward and they have a chance to run a restaurant in North Carolina,” executive producer Matt Olmstead previews. “He’s really confronted with a choice, which is, ‘Have I fulfilled my father’s legacy to the extent that I feel comfortable? And do I want my remaining family, which I’m the protector of, to leave and go do this restaurant?’” The resolution of his internal struggle will play out in the next episode on April 21.


admin / April 14th, 2015

Another Chicago P.D.character is about to bite the dust! In the show’s upcoming crossover with Chicago Fire and Law & Order: SVU, one person won’t make it out of the three-hour event alive.

When a murderer (Dallas Roberts) who’s been at it for 10 years resurfaces, a manhunt unites all three shows in Chicago before heading back to New York for the final hour. Although the case initially hits SVU’s Benson (Mariska Hargitay) the hardest, it ends tragically for one of P.D.’s own: Detective Lindsay (Sophia Bush). “[The death] rocks Lindsay to the extent that at the end of the season, she’s looking at her detective shield wondering if she wants to continue being a detective or if she’s going to hand that over and take the easy way out,” executive producer Matt Olmstead says.

But Lindsay isn’t the only one affected. In fact, Jay will have a less-than-desirable connection to the case. “His brother Will (Nick Gehlfuss) lived in New York and strangely enough, the timeline of the crimes fits when he was in New York and Chicago. So he gets in the cross-hairs, which really rocks Halstead.”

Who do you think is dying?


admin / April 11th, 2015

04/29/2015 (09:00PM – 10:00PM) (Wednesday) : SVU DETECTIVES JOIN CHICAGO INTELLIGENCE TO CONNECT A CASE IN CHICAGO TO AN UNSOLVED CASE ABOUT RAPE AND MURDER FROM NEW YORK A DECADE PRIOR. Continuation of Chicago Fire, “We Called Her Jelly Bean” episode. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) has traveled into Chicago to help Voight (Jason Beghe) and intelligence with a rape/murder case that is frighteningly similar to a case from New York a decade ago. She calls in Fin (Ice-T) and Amaro (Danny Pino) to assist. The prime suspect, Yates (Dallas Roberts) is let go after rigorous questioning. He then requests a meeting with Lindsay (Sophia Bush) and he warns of unintended consequences from what intelligence is doing. Featuring Jon Seda, Jesse Lee Soffer, Patrick Flueger, Elias Koteas, Marina Squerciati, LaRoyce Hawkins, Amy Morton, Brian Geraghty, Eamonn Walker, Nick Gehlfuss, Stella Maeve and Samuel Hunt.

Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Voight (Jason Beghe) lead their teams in the investigation of a rape/murder case that is frighteningly similar to a case from New York a decade ago. When forced to release their main suspect, the Chicago PD joins the SVU in New York in pursuit of Yates (guest star Dallas Roberts). Featuring Sophia Bush (Det. Lindsay), Ice T (Det. Tutuola), Danny Pino (Det. Amaro), Kelli Giddish (Det. Rollins), Raúl Esparza (ADA Barba), Peter Scanavino (Det. Sonny Carisi), Jesse Lee Soffer (Det. Halstead), Marina Squerciati (Ofc. Burgess), Brian Geraghty (Ofc. Roman), Stella Maeve (Nadia Decotis), Tamara Tunie (M.E. Warner) and Mary Bacon (Susie Frain).

admin / April 8th, 2015

Question: I thought I read that Chicago Fire‘s Casey would be showing up in an episode of Chicago PD this season, and that it would involve Voight in some way. Did I imagine this or is it really going to happen?!? —Wendy
You’re not losing your marbles, Wendy. Casey’s troubled history with Voight will be palpable during the next Fire/P.D./SVU crossover event, airing April 28 and 29. “The problem is they can’t really bring it back up because I don’t think they’d get over it,” Fire star Jesse Spencer says. “The idea is that they’re going to be forced to work together in a situation that involves the [strip] club. So the tension between them is going to be palpable, but they have to aim for their objective first and try and put the personal stuff behind them, which is not going to be easy.”


admin / April 8th, 2015

Jason Beghe and Jon Seda preview the Intelligence Unit’s next trip to New York.
The point where Chicago PD’s Sgt. Hank Voight ends and Jason Beghe begins can get a little murky every now and then.

“He’s an ungrateful little bitch,” says Beghe with a smile when discussing an upcoming scene with Chicago Fire’s Lt. Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer). “A little pretty boy.”

After three years of portraying the rough and tough Chicago cop, it only makes sense that, at the very least, Voight’s colorful language has rubbed off on the actor portraying him. “If the thing got canceled tomorrow, I don’t think I’d work for awhile because I’d be a little bit like I’m still doing this,” says Beghe. “I feel like we’re still discovering a lot about each other and the other characters.”

Beghe, and frequent on-screen partner Jon Seda, aka Det. Antonio Dawson, first clocked in on in the second episode of Chicago Fire back in 2012. Beghe was the seemingly dirty cop who clashed with Fire’s dashing do-gooder Casey. Antonio was the more sympathetic and even-keeled brother of paramedic Gaby (Monica Raymund). Both characters hit a chord with audiences, which led to the idea of creating a Chicago PD spinoff series. “I can say, and Jon will vouch for this, from the very beginning, I’ve always felt that this show had a really healthy future and that was before we had even made the pilot.”

The show hit a few early bumps, but Beghe was right. After a majority of the characters introduced in the backdoor pilot were recast before the first episode, PD has since hit its stride and earned an early renewal for season three in February. “It’s less tense in terms of, ‘Do you have a job?'” says Beghe.

Both characters have come a long way from since their introductions. Voight has started to show his (slightly) softer side opposite his surrogate daughter and colleague Lindsay (Sophia Bush). Antonio’s world was turned upside down in the season one finale when his wife left with him and took their two children with her.

“What does Antonio do? He dives into his work, his notepad, that’s his wife now, his work. And in this business, in this job, he has to be focused in order to get the job done,” says Seda. “It’s like a horse when you put the blinders on, you worry about what needs to be worried about.”

But Antonio has found some time for a personal life. He recently rekindled an old romance with his former partner, Gina (Angelique Cabral), but it’s unclear if she’ll return. “What may be easy for one person to find romance or love might not be so easy for someone else,” says Seda. “I just think he’s gone through a lot but he loves what he does, he loves where he is. He’s just kind of being.”

This all-work, no-play attitude will serve both Voight and Antonio well later this month when members of the Intelligence Unit must travel to New York to investigate a serial rapist/murderer with Sgt. Benson and the rest of the Law & Order: SVU team. The story line marks the second three-show crossover between PD, SVU and Chicago Fire. “At any rate, we’re getting close to getting him and he gets away. He looks like he’s heading to New York so several of our characters go to New York,” says Beghe. “It’s very personal for us a lot of reasons I can’t say.”

The personalized storytelling, not to mention the multiple crossovers, share a similarity with Seda’s last job on NBC. Nearly two decades ago, he first cut his teeth as a TV detective on another Peacock cop drama, Homicide, which crossed over several times with the flagship Law & Order. “It was about the lives of these individuals and how they deal with these cases, how they deal with each other and play off of each other,” says Seda. “There are a lot of similarities. It was an honor to be a part of that show. It was an incredible time and I’m just glad to be apart of this now.”

Chicago PD airs Wednesday at 10 p.m. on NBC.


admin / April 8th, 2015

04/28/2015 & 04/29/2015 (08:00PM – 09:00PM) (Wednesday) : A FIRE REVEALS EVIDENCE OF A POTENTIAL SERIAL ARSONIST WHO HAS BEEN ON THE LOOSE FOR MORE THAN A DECADE AND DEMANDS THE ATTENTION OF THE CPD AND SVU-STORY ARC CROSSES OVER INTO “LAW & ORDER: SVU” AND “CHICAGO P.D.” THE FOLLOWING NIGHT¬- An apartment fire linked to a case of rape and attempted murder calls for members of the CPD to team with the Special Victims Unit, which had a similar unresolved case that has eluded them for more than 10 years. This prompts Sgt. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) to come in from New York to assist with the investigation in which she is all too familiar. Meanwhile, doubts among the squad towards one of their own causes Severide (Taylor Kinney) to lay down the law and Dawson (Monica Raymund) puts her life on the line during a call. Jason Beghe, Jon Seda, Warren Christie, Eric Mabius guest star.

admin / April 7th, 2015

Name any challenge that could be posed to a new “Chicago Fire” cast member, and Kara Killmer has faced it this season.

Not only did the actress — who plays paramedic Sylvie Brett on executive producer Dick Wolf’s Tuesday NBC drama — need to fit in with the continuing stars and learn medical techniques and lingo quickly, she was concerned about audience acceptance as she replaced one of the show’s founding performers: Lauren German, whose Leslie Shay died in the opener of the current Season 3.

“I auditioned for both ‘Chicago Fire’ and ‘Chicago PD’ on tape at least four or five times,” friendly Texas native Killmer tells Zap2it, “then they brought me in last-minute. I auditioned for Sylvie on a Tuesday, heard on Wednesday that I’d booked it, then they were going to fly me out on Friday … so I packed up my whole apartment on Thursday and started work the next Wednesday.”

During that whirlwind, Killmer got a necessary crash course. “There was a lot of covering medical material. They have to teach you that stuff so that you don’t look ridiculous on screen and have a bunch of real paramedics calling and saying, ‘Yeah, you didn’t really do that right.’ I kind of had to hit the ground running in terms of meeting the cast and jumping right into work, but it was great.”

First seen as one of the aspiring performers in the online reality series “If I Can Dream” (created by “American Idol” mentor Simon Fuller), Killmer also has been playing out a personal struggle for Brett, who has questioned her “nice and comfortable” state — encompassing her now-ended romance with firefighter Joe Cruz (Joe Minoso) — after fleeing Indiana and a broken engagement.

“I think that as the season has gone on, there’s less of trying to fill Leslie Shay’s shoes,” Killmer reasons, “and establishing herself as her own entity, separate from the friend that everybody has lost. It’s certainly been interesting, and everybody has been so welcoming. And the writing has lent itself to allowing the transition to happen smoothly.”


admin / April 7th, 2015

Have the sparks between Chicago Fire‘s Casey and Dawson been reignited? Or will a new love interest once again put out the flames?

Tuesday’s episode (NBC, 10/9c), which introduces the potential spinoff Chicago Med, brings in a handsome face from P.D. who shares a common link with Dawson. Meanwhile, Casey’s side construction job at a strip club isn’t lacking in the alluring-female-temptations department.

But as stars Jesse Spencer and Monica Raymund tease below, the former couple hardly will stay status quo as exes, especially as they continue to navigate their tricky work situation.

The actors also predict Chicago‘s next offshoot and ponder the deadly season finale still ahead.

TVLINE | What’s next after Chicago Med? Have you pitched any spinoff ideas?
| Malibu Fire. [Laughs]
JESSE SPENCER | Chicago Window Cleaners, where they drop down and they’re rappelling and stuff. It’s just two dudes talking.
RAYMUND | What did we say…? What is the Coast Guard?
SPENCER | Oh, Chicago Coast Guard.
RAYMUND | “Lake Michigan and all of its tundra!”

TVLINE | Are there any connections between the Chicago Med characters and Dawson or Casey?
| [Med features] Halstead’s brother [Will, played by Nick Gehlfuss], and I used to date Halstead for a second, so there’s that. But I think other than that, they’re all new.
SPENCER | It was pitched like there was familiarity between the two departments because they work together, they see each other, they know each other, but not necessarily personally unless it’s like Dawson’s situation.

TVLINE | They did release some photos from the episode, and there’s one where Gabby looks a little bit friendly with Jay’s brother, Will.
| [To Raymund jokingly] What?! Whatchya doing?
RAYMUND | What?! What a hussy! No, I think at first she’s like, “Oh, who’s…? Oh, whoa, that’s the brother, nevermind,” and backs off. She’s not that stupid.

TVLINE | Casey and Dawson have been trying their hardest to move on with mixed results. Going forward, how successful are they in that? Are they just finding that they can’t get away from each other?
| I thought they did pretty well. I thought there’d be a lot more tension, but not good tension. But there’s tension in all the right areas. They poke each other in the ribs in a really flirtatious, but friendly, mature sort of way. I like how they’re dealing with it. It’s nice.
RAYMUND | Plus, everybody knows when you’ve gone through a bad break-up, the last thing you want to do is have to see that person every day. I feel like they’ve been handling it really gracefully.
SPENCER | Right. It’s not like they don’t love each other. It’s the situation that they’re caught in. It’s the circumstances that really cause the break-up, not something that they did.

TVLINE | Would you say that there’s a big change in their relationship status by the end of the year, be it bad or good?
| Yes. [Both laugh]
RAYMUND | Yes. It changes a lot.
SPENCER | It changes. Maybe. Oh, I’m just giving it away. [Laughs] We will see interactions, absolutely, with the future of these two characters. They’re really good together. Me watching, I would like to see them be together, but obviously it’s going to take some time, and it’s going to take the right circumstances again. I don’t know how they do it, because if she’s on truck and he’s on truck, they can’t get married. Legally, you’re not allowed to have a husband-and-wife team on the same rig… So I’ll be interested to see what happens. They’re going to move me over to engine so we can get married. Then I’ll be the lieutenant of the engine. I’ll be sitting back with the water.
RAYMUND | [Laughs] “Watch my hose.”
SPENCER | [Laughs] “Watch out, guys!” I don’t know how they’ll do it. Or maybe we’ll just break the rules. Maybe we’ll have a secret wedding or something down the line. Or maybe they’ll play it out over time. We don’t really know.

TVLINE | Are there other people in their lives romantically in the upcoming episodes? There was at one point…
| For Dawson, no. For Casey…?
SPENCER | Yes, there is. It’s tied into this crossover with P.D. where Jason Beghe’s character [Voight] comes over to Fire, and Casey’s working at a club. He’s doing a build-out of a club, and he does meet someone. I haven’t shot it yet or read it, but there is an attraction between him and a certain young female.

TVLINE | The strip club storyline seems like it’s just trouble, it’s bad news.
| [Laughs] You can smell it from here, right?
SPENCER | Yeah. It’s going to go bad. That’s why Jason Beghe has to join the party.

TVLINE | Jesse, is this an opportunity for you to show off a different side of Casey because there are some more seedier characters in this realm?
| I can’t see him being at the strip club like, “Yeah, this is great!” The other truck guys are probably going to be more like that. But he’s got a fairly strong moral compass, and it’s not really a source of excitement. It’s more a source of embarrassment and humiliation from his co-workers than anything else. But it’s fun to put him in an uncomfortable environment like that, definitely.

TVLINE | The season finale is coming up very soon. Are you worried going into it, given the stakes?
| There’s going to be high stakes. Somebody’s going to get hurt. We’re not going to know if somebody’s going to live. We pretty much are expecting that kind of season finale. But we actually don’t know. We haven’t read it.

TVLINE | After they killed off Shay, did that put a little bit of fear in you? Did you think, “Oh no, what if they kill off my character”?
| Well, it’s always possible. They always stipulated that it is a fire show. First responders, unfortunately, they work in a very dangerous line of work. That stuff happens, and all those guys have people they’ve lost. It is part and parcel of the show.

TVLINE | You’re series regulars on Chicago Fire, but it feels like you’re on 300 shows. Do you feel that way when you’re in production?
RAYMUND | All the time.
SPENCER | Just even the scheduling of it, trying to bounce around between [the shows] and then you’ve got to go to P.D. or P.D.’s coming here. But now they’re delayed, so you wait for a bit. It’s really hard to just coordinate. Even when we’re shooting right next door to each other, it’s hard to coordinate.

TVLINE | At this point, are you like, “We’re the veterans. Here’s some words of wisdom,” to the Med cast?
| They’re all pros. They’ve been working for a long time. It’s Oliver Platt. You don’t tell Oliver Platt –
SPENCER | “Listen here, buddy. So here’s how it works.” [Laughs] I gave as much advice as I could about the med stuff, because I did House for eight years, so that was second nature. I’d help with their technical advisor and the actors and I’d just give some tidbits. It’s more like first day of school stuff really, but they’re all pros.
RAYMUND | If the show gets picked up, they’ll get the hang of it quickly. And Chicago Med’s going to be very different than Fire or P.D. That’s going to be a lot of interior, a lot of hospital, all the time. That’s not what we do, so it’s their own show to make.

TVLINE | So they’re lucky they won’t be in the snow then.
| Ha! They’ll be in it. They’re going to have to move there to shoot it, so we’ll see. [Both laugh]


admin / April 7th, 2015

Dallas Roberts will appear on the NBC series later this month.

Dallas Roberts has some killer shoes to fill.

The Walking Dead alum has been tapped to play a suspected serial killer in the upcoming three-show crossover event between Chicago Fire, Law & Order: SVU and Chicago PD, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Roberts will portray Greg Yates, a charismatic doctor who becomes the prime suspect in a string of brutal rape/murders. The crossover episodes are slated to air on April 28 and 29.

The NBC dramas, all produced by Dick Wolf Films, first attempted a three-show crossover in November, which resulted in impressive ratings increases across the board. The Peacock renewed all three series back in February.

Roberts’ credits include The Good Wife, Unforgettable, The Grey and 3:10 to Yuma. He is repped by UTA and Circle of Confusion.


admin / April 5th, 2015

04/21/2015 (10:00PM – 11:00PM) (Tuesday) : MILLS MAKES A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT AT THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT – Truck and squad are called to the scene of a car crash that has Mills (Charlie Barnett) desperately working to save the life of a driver seriously injured in the wreck. Meanwhile, Casey (Jesse Spencer) has some doubts about Jack Nesbitt (guest star Eric Mabius), whose strip club he is remodeling on the side. Elsewhere, Hermann (David Eigenberg), Otis (Yuri Sardarov), Cruz (Joe Minoso) and Chaplain Orlovsky (guest star Gordon Clapp) help get their team ready for the peewee hockey championship, but Herrmann might prove more of an obstacle than the other team. Taylor Kinney, Eamonn Walker, Monica Raymund, Kara Killmer, Christian Stolte also star. Marina Squerciati, Warren Christie, Yaya DaCosta and Izabella Miko also guest star.

admin / March 22nd, 2015

04/08/2015 (10:00PM – 11:00PM) (Wednesday) : THE SEARCH IS ON FOR ONE OF CHICAGO’S MOST WANTED FUGITIVES AFTER SEVERAL DEAD TEENAGE GIRLS ARE FOUND IN A CHINATOWN FACTORY. When the father of one of the dead girls explains that he paid Dennis Lee (guest star Kelvin Han Yee) to have her brought to America, this hits home with Olinsky (Elias Koteas). Lee is one of the Chicago’s most wanted fugitives and escaped Olinsky once before. Intelligence isn’t about to let Lee dupe them again and Olinsky’s past files prove valuable in finding Lee’s whereabouts. Meanwhile, Sean Roman (Brian Geraghty) has an altercation with a fellow officer which lands him in a bit of trouble. At the same time Platt (Amy Morton) helps prepare Nadia (guest star Stella Maeve) to take her polygraph test after passing the CPD written exam. Also starring Jason Beghe, Jon Seda, Sophia Bush, Jesse Lee Soffer, Patrick Flueger, Marina Squerciati and LaRoyce Hawkins. Samuel Hunt, Alina Taber and Melissa Carlson guest star.

admin / March 22nd, 2015

04/07/2015 (10:00PM – 11:00PM) (Tuesday) : THE CHICAGO FIRE TEAM WORKS SEAMLESSLY WITH CHICAGO MED PERSONNEL TO HELP AID VICTIMS OF A DEADLY GAS LEAK, BUT THINGS QUICKLY TAKE A TURN FOR THE WORSE WHEN THE HOSPITAL IS SUDDENLY FORCED INTO QUARANTINE – It’s all hands on deck when Firehouse 51 races to the scene of a deadly chemical leak inside an industrial building. With squad and truck tested like never before, scores of workers are rescued but many are experiencing respiratory distress. This prompts truck 81, squad 3 and ambulance 61 to spring into action to transport the victims to nearby Chicago Med. The situation takes a turn from bad to worse in the midst of the chaos when a “patient” planted inside the hospital goes on a suicide mission armed with a grenade and claiming to be the carrier of a deadly airborne disease. Trying to stop the madman from engaging the explosive device, a member of the firehouse team is severely wounded in the blast and left to face life-threatening injuries. With no other choice, Chicago Med is forced into lockdown until doctors and the Hazmat team can determine the severity of the airborne virus. Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney, Eamonn Walker, Monica Raymund, Kara Killmer, Charlie Barnett, David Eigenberg, Yuri Sardarov, Joe Minoso and Christian Stolte star. Oliver Platt, S. Epatha Merkeson, Laurie Holden, Nick Gehlfuss, Yaya DaCosta, Jesse Lee Soffer, Patrick Flueger, Warren Christie and Randy Flagler guest star.

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