Chicago PD season 5 episode 9 was entitled “Monster” and at the heart of the hour was this: Who is the biggest monster of all? Is it the person who commits the crime, or the person who acts out after said crime is committed? This is something that Voight had to address tonight in taking […]
In our Chicago PD season 5 episode 8 review, we take a look at Kim Burgess’ big decision and more in the episode “Politics.”
How is Jay Halstead doing in the aftermath of both losing Lindsay and what happened with him killing an innocent girl during the Chicago PD premiere? Well, we got a sense of that on tonight’s episode with him going undercover. When Intelligence uncovered a ring of child abductors that included a former Army Ranger, Halstead […]
In our Chicago Fire season 5 episode 6 review, we discuss the difficult choice that Adam Ruzek ended up making and Upton’s big story.
In our Chicago PD season 5 episode 5 review we look at Atwater making one of the hardest decisions of his entire life.
Chicago PD season 5 episode 4 is a firecracker episode exploding into the Chicago skyline. It was a dark, brooding, and at times painful episode. The closing minutes felt like they were almost straight out of a mob movie. Clearly, the writers wanted to paint the picture in this episode of Kevin Atwater as a haunted […]
It didn’t take long on Chicago PD season 5 episode 3 before we learned about the shocking case: The death of an apparent drug mule. This wasn’t a case that would typically be in Intelligence’s wheelhouse, but it didn’t take long for Antonio Dawson opt to take it on. After having a conversation with his daughter (who […]
Who is Frank Toma? Well, let’s just say that he was a cornerstone for Chicago PD season 5 episode 2 on Wednesday night. He’s an officer who has a history working alongside Burgess, but over time it started to become clear that he was facing some pretty deep trouble. After a bomb went off while at a […]
Did Chicago PD season 5 do enough to write off Sophia Bush’s Lindsay? While we got a sense of her farewell in the finale last season, the opening minutes still didn’t feel like a lot of closure. We saw Halstead briefly dealing with empty rooms, and then Voight trying to emotionally process a woman who he treated […]