#OneChicago fans can catch up with their favorite police department.
“We are excited to share that repeats of ‘Chicago P.D.’ are currently airing on Wednesdays at 10 p.m.,” NBCUniversal publicists announced Monday. “While we await season 11, viewers can catch up on the latest season for a few weeks and, of course, all seasons of ‘Chicago P.D.’ are also available on Peacock.”
•“Trapped”: Nov. 1: After a brutal shooting, Burgess and Ruzek find themselves trapped aboard the busy "L" subway train. As they piece together scant evidence, the team is drawn into a dark family drama. Burgess’ proximity to the shooting triggers harsh memories.
•“Deadlocked” (directed by Jesse Lee Soffer): Nov. 15: Voight takes the stand for ASA Chapman in a high-stakes murder trial against notorious drug kingpin Arturo Morales. When it becomes clear that Morales and his henchmen have compromised a juror, Voight and the team work furiously to ensure justice prevails.
•“New Life”: Dec. 27 (currently scheduled, subject to change): Torres finds himself in the midst of a murder case that hits close to home and threatens to expose his troubled past. As he struggles to reconcile his old life with his new one, Voight keeps watchful eye.
About ‘Chicago P.D.’ (Season 10)
At the center of “Chicago P.D.” is Sgt. Hank Voight (Jason Beghe), who is at ground zero against the war on crime in Chicago and is fiercely determined but yet complicated.
His close-knit team of detectives share his passion for keeping the city safe, including Det. Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer), a committed and ethical detective who previously served in Afghanistan; officer Adam Ruzek (Patrick John Flueger), a quick thinker who often leads with his heart; officer Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati), a fearless former patrol officer whose research and astute observations often lead the team in the right direction; officer Kevin Atwater (LaRoyce Hawkins), a bright and quietly charismatic member of the team; and Det. Hailey Upton (Tracy Spiridakos), a seasoned detective whose tough demeanor belies her complicated emotions. Desk Sgt. Trudy Platt (Amy Morton) runs a tight precinct with a firm hand, although she lets her wry sense of humor shine through from time to time.
The intelligence unit will be tested as it learns how to work efficiently with a new chief of police. In addition, a new member has been added to its ranks – officer Dante Torres (Benjamin Levy Aguilar), who is fresh off patrol but will hold his own on a team with big personalities.