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Chicago PD

Weeknights 9p

Mar. 22 at 9pm
'Shouldn’t Have Been Alone' HD

A Routine Check On a Potential Terrorist Threat Puts Burgess in the Hospital and Intelligence on the Case of a Well-Planned Series of Related Crimes—With Burgess in the hospital after suffering gunshot wounds, the intelligence team is determined to find the people responsible. Lindsay delays her start so she can help with this case. A search of the house provides a lead and when a bomb is triggered a key suspect is found. Meanwhile the team takes turns watching over Burgess. Voight informs Burgess of a new opportunity that this affords her.


Mar. 24 at 2am
'The Silos' HD

The Aftermath Of Justin's Death Hangs Heavey Over Voight And Lindsay As Intelligence Investigates A Murder-Arson Case— Intelligence investigates a gruesome case. Upon further examination, it appears the victim was wearing a CPD-issued wire at the time of his death. Meanwhile, Burgess meets her new partner, Julie Tay, who came from one of the worst assignments in the city. Together they respond to their first call, and Tay shares details of her past. Additionally, Commander Crowley confronts Lindsay about why she and Voight were at that location on the night that Intelligence pursued Justin's killer.


Mar. 24 at 8pm
'Made a Wrong Turn' HD

Intelligence Searches For A Missing Woman Who Disappeared From the Most Dangerous Neighborhood In District 21—When a call comes in reporting a car being stripped, Burgess and Tay respond and discover a badly beaten young man and his fiancé missing. Fearing a public relations nightmare Voight and the team are on their best behavior as they search for answers and the missing woman. At the same time, Lindsay surprises Halsted with a big question. Commander Fogel berates Platt for going over his head to have Tay assigned to District 21.


Mar. 24 at 9pm
'All Cylinders Firing' HD

Platt And Her Father Become The Targets Of A Brutal Assailant—When Platt goes to her father Robert's house for dinner, she warns him to be careful with his new girlfriend Natalie. Following dinner, Platt is physically assaulted as she's getting into her car and is rushed to Chicago Med. Voight, Lindsay, and Halstead arrive at the hospital to investigate, and a concerned Mouch finds himself being questioned. Meanwhile, Antonio leads the rest of Intelligence at the scene as they look into previous threats against Platt, but his attention shifts when he is called into Robert's townhouse and finds signs of an even more gruesome attack on Platt's father.


Mar. 25 at 3am
'Big Friends, Big Enemies' HD

A Shooting Outside Of A Concert Leads To A Tangled Web Of Gang Related Violence—When a car plows through a crowd of concert goers and gunfire erupts, Lindsay and Ruzek are on the scene. Unsure of the motive and concerned a terrorist group may be responsible, Voight (Jason Beghe) orders in Homeland security, customs, and the F.B.I. to assist. At the same time, Burgess spots Atwater's brother, Jordan, out where he shouldn't be. The team uses their connections throughout the city to bring some peace to the community before more blood is shed.


Mar. 25 at 4am
'A War Zone' HD

After The Body Of A College Student And A Backpack Filled With Deadly Fentanyl Wash Up In The Lake, Intelligence Is Under Pressure To Uncover The Source Of The Deadly Drug Operation—Intelligence is tasked with tracking down the dealers of fentanyl - a drug that has been linked to multiple overdoses around the city. As they investigate possible sources, the team uncovers a series of dealers in a college smuggling ring. Meanwhile, Tay and Burgess come across a bloodied child who exposes a dark and twisted secret about his home life with his parents. Additionally, Mouse causes tension as he looks to reenlist in the army, and Platt tells Tay that she has been reassigned to her original post.


Mar. 25 at 9pm
'We Don’t Work Together Anymore' HD

Intelligence Comes to the Aid if the Feds in an Operation to Take Down a Drug Cartel at Its Source—Lindsay (Sophia Bush) has her first case with the task force and realizes she needs to call on Voight and the Intelligence unit to assist. Meanwhile, Burgess is back on the job but relegated to desk duty which allows Desk Sgt. Platt the opportunity to partner up with Roman.


Mar. 26 at 9pm
'Disco Bob' HD

Intelligence is Forced to Sort Through a Complicated Web of Clues Surrounding the Murder of a Mother and Her Daughter—Bob Ruzek is the first to arrive on the scene of a double murder. Intelligence arrives to take over the investigation tensions arise as Bob needs to hand over the case to his son and Voight. Lindsay’s new gig has her planning a trip to Bolivia for an undercover investigation that could be for an extended amount of time. Burgess and Roman realize they need to put past events behind them so it doesn’t jeopardize them going forward.


Mar. 27 at 9pm
'A Little Devil Complex' HD

Continued From Chicago Fire "Three Bells," Firehouse 51 Enlists Intelligence to Help Corner the Arsonist They Believe Killed Shay—Antonio and his sister Gabriela go to the office of Adrian Gish, the man they believe started the fire that killed Shay. Intelligence along with patrol officers Burgess and Roman put pressure on Gish to try and make him confess. Lindsay approaches Voight about returning to Intelligence when she realizes that the task force isn’t what she thought it would be. At the same time Desk Sgt. Platt is acting strange and has everyone curious as to why she’s being overly cheery, friendly and nice.


Mar. 28 at 9pm
'Erin’s Mom' HD

Lindsay's Mother Becomes Involved in a Gruesome Robbery-Murder Case—Bunny comes to Lindsay concerned about a suspicious repeat customer at her husband’s rental company. This lead brings Intelligence into a case which robbery-homicide has been working for months. Detective Gina Gawronski downloads their intel to the team, she also happens to be Antonio’s former co-worker from Vice. Voight doesn’t trust Bunny’s motives for the tip.


Mar. 29 at 9pm
'What Do You Do' HD

Burgess and Roman Tackle a Dangerous Smuggling Operation with No Means to Defend Themselves of Call For Help. With her recent decision to stay on the beat, Burgess begins to feel a little regret. While at a convenience store she sees some suspicious activity and pursues it without calling in for backup. Roman warns against it, but it’s too late, Chang confiscates their guns and radios. They are trapped with no means to communicate out for support. Meanwhile, it’s a slow day in intelligence and they are spending the day receiving taser certification.


Mar. 31 at 2am
'Some Friend' HD

A Teenage Girl Is Found Dead Inside The Home Of A Famous Baseball Player And Friend Of Olinsky—After receiving a complaint from a frustrated neighbor, Burgess and Officer Sorensen arrive at the house of baseball player Jake McCoy, and find the dead body of a 16-year-old girl, Maya Collins. There is conflict within the case as Intelligence learns that Olinsky and McCoy are friends, and McCoy admits that he was helping Maya and other girls try to escape the sex trade. Meanwhile, Burgess and Sorensen track down a thief who turns out to be a cop with a rocky past, and Lindsay gets a mysterious flower delivery that may be tied to her past.

About the Show

From Emmy®-winning producer Dick Wolf and the team behind Chicago Fire comes Chicago PD, a gripping police drama about those who put it all on the line to serve and protect. District 21 of the Chicago Police Department is made up of two distinctly different groups: The uniformed cops who patrol the beat and deal with street crimes, and the intelligence unit, the team that combats the city’s major offenses, such as organized crime, drug trafficking, and high-profile murders. Leading the intelligence team is Sgt. Hank Voight (Jason Beghe), a man not against skirting the law in the pursuit of justice. Demanding and tough, only those who can take the heat survive under Voight’s command. Despite a troubled history with his boss, Detective Antonio Dawson (Jon Seda) has ambitions of running the unit. If that means facing off against Voight every day, he’ll persevere. From the street cops with dreams of moving up to the elite crew who are already in, "life on the job" is a daily challenge.