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On September 29, 2014, Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. invited members of the press to tour the sets and capture exclusive photos with the casts of both shows.

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October 1st, 2014   admin   Chicago Fire, Law & Order: SVU, News & Rumors, Shows   No Comments

TVGuide.com – NBC is staging a three-way crossover for Law & Order: SVU, Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D., TVGuide.com has learned.

The episodes, to air Nov. 11 and Nov. 12, will share a story line about a child pornography ring that will begin on Chicago Fire (Tuesday, 10/9c) that then teams the P.D. squad to the New York City-based SVU investigators the following night (9/8c). Then, the SVU team travels to Chicago for the final hour of the event at 10/9c.

“It’s really representative of what we’re finding happening in the country more and more, that these organizations that we want to dismantle move across borders, they move state-to-state, and it takes a lot of people to cut off all the heads on this particular monster,” Sophia Bush told TVGuide.com Monday. “It’s a very personal story for Lindsay because it taps into her family and her childhood in a way that I don’t think the audience will expect.”

Bush’s character, Lindsay, along with Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) and Voight (Jason Beghe), will appear on SVU. Rollins (Kelli Giddish), Amaro (Danny Pino) and Benson (Mariska Hargitay) will appear on P.D. However, no one from SVU will appear on Fire.

“It’s a crazy collaboration process because it’s one thing to cross over two shows. It’s a whole other thing when you add SVU into it too,” Chicago Fire and P.D. executive producer Michael Brandt said. Also making things complicated is the fact that the Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. writers rooms are based in Los Angeles, while the SVU writers room is based in New York. “The logistics of making this work have been tough, but SVU sent a writer to Los Angeles to sit with us for awhile, and we all broke the stories together,” Brandt said.

Although this is the first three-parter, this is hardly the first crossover between the three shows. SVU and P.D. crossed over twice last season when Det. Lindsay traveled to New York, and when Rollins and Fin (Ice-T) traveled to Chicago, and P.D. and Fire have crossed over quite a bit.

“We wanted to figure out a way to create a crime that connects all three shows. Warren Leight (SVU), Matt Olmstead (Chicago Fire and P.D.) and I came up with a story that was big and unique enough to transit to all three,” Dick Wolf, who executive-produces all three series, said in a statement.

Brandt said that NBC first came calling about new possible crossovers after last April’s successful Chicago Fire and P.D. two-parter, which revolved around the bombing of a hospital, and the subsequent investigation of who was behind it. “NBC was asking for more ideas on how another one might work, and Dick, of course, was pushing really hard on figuring out with NBC how to make it work for all the shows, and financially, and all those kind of details,” Brandt said. “Dick is always looking for ways to cross over the shows, to promote the shows, to make everything bigger. These truly are his children, and we take his guidance. He’s always thinking outside the box, and this is another example of that.”

And it definitely won’t be the last. Brandt said talks of another major crossover event for next year are already in the works. “For all I know, there might be a C.P.D-SVU crossover again so we’ll see but there’s definitely going to be a Fire-C.P.D. crossover in the second half of the year,” Brandt said.

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Severide officially moves in with Dawson and Casey and returns to his duties on the Truck, jumping into the fray immediately as an instrumental part of a family rescue. But in private the lieutenant continues to mourn the loss of Shay – he drinks alone at a bar, reaches out to Lindsay and double takes when he sees Brett, who bears a passing resemblance to the woman she replaced.

Dawson, too, still feels Shay’s absence even while she prepares for her new assignment at the rival firehouse led by Welch. Under the guise of helping Dawson to train, Casey surprises her on the roof of 51 with an engagement ring. This time she accepts his proposal without delay and that night they make love. Dawson’s high is short lived, though – Welch blindsides her by accepting a different candidate to his firehouse, in effect rejecting her transfer. His move devastates her – Dawson could wait months until another transfer opportunity arises.

Mills seizes an opportunity of his own and finally locates his father’s family in Joliet. He requests to meet his grandfather, Leonard, but the family member who answers the door remains skeptical and sends Mills away. It feels like a blow to Mills’ mission, until his mom confronts him at the station and reveals that his dad’s family disapproved of their marriage. The racist undercurrent angers Mills and when Leonard agrees to see him, Mills harshly declines.

At the same time, during a daring upside down rescue involving a pulley system and an oxygen mask, Mills suddenly passes out. The team scrambles to lift him out and Mills emerges unscathed, blaming an equipment malfunction… except the equipment tests out fine. So what happened to Mills down there?

Back at the station, Herrmann invites Cruz and Mouch to join the Molly’s team, with one caveat – they must prove to him that they can make money expanding the bar’s franchise. Cruz recruits Otis to help, and, operating on a tight schedule, the trio develops a presentation to Herrmann comprised of one central idea: Molly’s Two as a food truck. Luckily for them, Herrmann loves the idea.

Although Severide manages to appear normal during his day-to-day shifts, he hits a low point at Molly’s when he drinks too much and invites Brett out to continue drinking at another bar. Herrmann cuts him off and offers to hail him a cab, but Severide declines… and ends up sleeping at the station. Later, he misses a date with Lindsay and chases her down afterwards to apologize. Lindsay kindly says she will not wait for him again… and Severide breaks down. He cries for Shay, his best friend, and Lindsay, understanding his pain, holds him in a tight embrace.

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September 28th, 2014   admin   Cast, Media, News & Rumors, Sophia Bush, Videos   No Comments

EW.com – Sophia Bush plays one of the toughest women on television as Erin Lindsay on Chicago PD, but it isn’t all an act, especially considering that Bush would like to date one of television’s scariest criminals. Then again, we’re not sure Lindsay would watch HBO’s Ja’mie: Private School Girl.

Regardless, we sat Bush down for our Pop Culture Personality Test, in which she revealed her first celebrity crush, her current celebrity crush, and her questionable fictional crush. Bonus tidbit: “Redneck Woman” by Gretchen WIlson is her go-to karaoke song.

Final note: Be sure to watch the video all the way to the end to watch Bush explain her love of Ja’mie.

Internal Affairs grills a stoic Voight on whether he has information on the murder of Sheldon Jin – Voight firmly denies any knowledge. He faces the same kind of criticism back at District 21, with Halstead the chief proponent of making Intelligence the lead on Jin’s case. Just about the only person without an opinion is the new office secretary – Nadia, the ex-junkie Lindsay helped get clean.

To complicate matters, Halstead receives a mysterious package that contains a message from Jin sent before he died. Inside is a thumb drive that, among other things, reveals Jin worked with IA. After some discussion with Lindsay, he takes the drive to Voight who then confronts Stillwell. He warns Stillwell that Jin recorded every meeting between them and that the thumb drive holds every threat Stillwell made, solidifying his guilt. Unfazed, Stillwell counters with a promise to Voight – exposure. How would his team react if they knew he worked with IA? The men appear to be at a stalemate.

Meanwhile, Antonio hits up an informant, Jellybean, for intel on a major bust opportunity for the team. All she gives them is a time and a place, but Antonio vouches for her reliability and they set up an undercover sting to intercept an armored van. Things go south fast at the location – a truck rams into Voight’s car and thugs emerge from every direction, guns ablaze. A second car rolls up and cleans the van out while Ruzek manages to drop one of the shooters.

As the team reels from the botched move, a DA visits Voight and Olinsky with more bad news – turns out that van held evidence that was going to convict a career Chicago criminal, Oskar Bembenek, and he hired out to have the van hit. With help from Burgess and her new partner Officer Sean Roman – a transfer from another district who reveals he fell in love with his ex-partner, a female cop – Intelligence tracks down one of the hired hitmen and learns he kept the evidence in lieu of a payday from Oskar.

The team uses this as an opportunity and stages the exchange, only after Oskar verifies the evidence his men pull out guns. Another shootout occurs and this time Halstead is forced to kill one of the men right in front of Oskar. Problem is, he was Oskar’s brother. Oskar locks eyes with Halstead as the bracelets come on, revenge in his eyes…

Lindsay takes the break in action to follow up on a series of ignored calls from a woman named “Bunny” – aka, her mom. She bristles during a quick meeting at Bunny’s bar, clearly not on good terms, and demands that she contact her via email from now on, even after Bunny announces that she’s about to get married.

Later, Halstead pressures Voight for an answer on Stillwell, but Voight won’t give an inch – or return the thumb drive. In turn, Halstead questions Lindsay’s resolve regarding Voight, certain that their leader is burying the case.

And that might be exactly what Voight intends to do – until Jin’s mom Susan visits him. She thanks Voight for helping her son realize his dream of becoming a cop. This convinces Voight to take Jin’s evidence to Commander Perry and leads to Stillwell’s arrest – and the subsequent outing of Voight as his secret contact.

The allegations send Voight to headquarters, where Perry demands his badge and gun. But after a moment alone with another police chief, Voight reveals that the transcripts from the thumb drive vacuumed up other sensitive material, and with one look at a printout the chief goes pale, clearly aware of an indiscretion he wants to remain undetected.

Exonerated, Voight pulls out cash from a secret safe and meets up with Jin’s father. He hands the man the money with explicit instructions – pay off the gambling debt. Antonio makes a similar arrangement with cash lifted from the Oskar sting. He brings 10 percent to the registered informant, Jellybean. It amounts to 20 grand and she cries tears of joy – it will allow her to leave the city. She kisses Antonio on her way out.

The whole team is stunned to learn Voight beat the charges, especially Lindsay. Olinsky interrupts and pulls Halstead aside. An informant tipped him off – Oskar just put a $100,000 bounty on his head for killing his brother.

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September 24th, 2014   admin   Amy Morton, Chicago Fire, Gallery, Screen caps, Shows   No Comments

Annoyance overwhelms Boden in the meantime as he and Donna accompany Mouch and his new lady, Desk Sergeant Trudy Platt from Chicago P.D., for a double date. Donna understands her husband’s frustration with the often awkward situation, but insists that the outings are good for his work/life balance. He takes her advice and agrees to join Mouch and Platt on another double date at a Led Zeppelin cover band concert.

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September 24th, 2014   admin   Cast, Jason Beghe, Jon Seda, Media, News & Rumors, Videos   No Comments

wwlp.com – The second season of Chicago PD premieres next week, but what can viewers expect this season? Actors Jason Beghe and Jon Seda shared more about their new season premiering Wednesday, September 24th.

September 24th, 2014   admin   Cast, Jesse Lee Soffer, News & Rumors   No Comments

globalnews.ca – TORONTO — Jesse Lee Soffer admits he gets a kick out of kicking butt on Chicago P.D., the crime drama that kicks off its sophomore season Wednesday night on Global.

“I get a little excited, which is really dark and morbid,” said Soffer, who plays Detective Jay Halstead. “But it’s true.”

Halstead, though, isn’t as dark as some of the characters on the series. He’s a cop with a conscience.

“I actually really like being the moral compass sometimes,” he told Global News in June. “Everybody’s constantly conflicted with right or wrong, what they’re willing to do.”

Well, except for Sgt. Hank Voight (played by Jason Beghe).

“Voight, you know what he’s going to do every time,” Soffer agreed. “But for all of us it’s in the grey area and it’s always in question and that’s what’s fun because that’s what real police work is all about.”

Soffer debuted Halstead on Chicago Fire before the launch of Chicago P.D. in January.

He was best known for portraying Bobby Brady in 1995’s The Brady Bunch Movie and 1996’s A Very Brady Sequel and for playing troubled Will Munson for four years on As the World Turns — a role that earned him three Daytime Emmy nominations.

Soffer said being a TV cop lets him live out childhood fantasies.

“There’s a part of me that still wants to be a Navy Seal or an FBI agent right now,” he admitted.

Of course, not all the action on Chicago P.D. involves guns and criminals. The series delves into the personal lives of its characters, which Soffer welcomes.

“It’s more entertaining for the viewers. It’s more challenging and fun for us,” he said. “You get to see what these people are taking home from work and how they’re dealing with it.

“You get to dive into a character a little bit more and figure out where they’re from and where they’re going and who they are.”

One of the leading characters on the show is the titular city.

“The show doesn’t work without Chicago, without the cityscape in the background,” said Soffer.

“We love Chicago. Chicago has welcomed us with open arms.”

Soffer’s co-stars include Montreal’s Elias Koteas.

“He does every once in awhile delve into some French,” said Soffer, “which is always fascinating.”

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