Just in case you were wondering how the Chicago PD season 6 finale was going to wrap up its story, it seems like a fundamental component to it is the future of Intelligence itself. Sure, the writers could’ve done something where the future of one or two characters was in jeopardy, but why not the entire unit? Why not just throw all of their feet over the fire?
Based on where things are in the story now, you can also certainly make the argument that a lot of this drama was a long time coming. Just think of things from this particular vantage point — Ray Price is seemingly gone, and Kelton’s got a real foothold seemingly on the election. We know that he and Hank Voight are not exactly the best of friends. When you think about that, it’s not altogether hard to conjure up a situation in which Kelton applies some pressure to try to eradicate Intelligence altogether when given the opportunity to do that. This means that Intelligence could be, in turn, left with a couple of options — find a way to either discredit Kelton and ensure that he loses the election, or try to find a way to ensure that they can stick around and there is nothing that he can do about it.
For some more news, be sure to check out the Chicago PD season 6 finale synopsis:
05/22/2019 (10:00PM – 11:00PM) (Wednesday) : With Kelton’s (guest star John C. McGinley) election all but assured, Voight (Jason Beghe) and his team must go off book in a last-ditch effort to save Intelligence from getting axed. TV-14 LV
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Given that the finale is poised to be the final episode for Seda, it’s not too early to really start some of the speculations as to just how he could be removed from the story. While we know that there could be some scandalous ways to do so such as the character being fired, we really just hope that it’s something a little more simple and personal. Antonio’s been through a lot over these past several years, and he deserves, in turn, an opportunity to go off into the sunset with his head held high and feeling like his legacy is intact. We also want that, especially since it does open the door a little bit more for future appearances at some other point down the line. Anything’s possible within the One Chicago world for there to be some future appearances…
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