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  • NBC renews 'Law & Order: SVU,' 'Chicago' dramas for 3 years

    NBC is giving three-year renewals to its drama series from veteran producer Dick Wolf, including the perennial “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.” The pickups for the “Law & Order” series and Wolf’s three Chicago-set dramas are part of a new five-year deal to keep his Wolf Entertainment production company at Universal Television. Universal Television has been his studio home base for 36 years, NBC said Thursday.

  • Fox Says Jussie Smollett Staying on ‘Empire'; Chicago PD Rejects Hoax Reports

    The Chicago Police Department rejected two news reports Thursday that said investigators believe the attack reported by Jussie Smollett may have been staged. Meanwhile, Fox denied that Smollett was being written off “Empire.”The hoax reports originated with two Chicago stations, one of which raised the possibility that Smollett staged the attack with two men to avoid being written off the show.“Multiple sources tell @ABC7Chicago Eyewitness News Jussie Smollet and the 2 men who are being questioned by police staged the attack — allegedly because his character was being written out of the show Empire,” the affiliate’s reporter, Rob Elgas, tweeted.Meanwhile, CBS Chicago reported Thursday that police raided the home of two persons of interest in the case on Wednesday night. The site said they are brothers of Nigerian descent who appeared as extras on Smollett’s show, “Empire.” The mens’ attorney, Gloria Schmidt, said they both know Smollett, CBS Chicago reported.Also Read: Chicago PD Identifies Persons of Interest in Jussie Smollett Attack InvestigationSchmidt did not immediately respond to a request for comment Thursday. Fox did not immediately respond to request for comment about whether the two men appeared on “Empire.”“Media reports about the Empire incident being a hoax are unconfirmed by case detectives,” Chicago PD tweeted Thursday. “Supt Eddie Johnson has contacted @ABC7Chicago to state on the record that we have no evidence to support their reporting and their supposed CPD sources are uninformed and inaccurate.”20th Century Fox Television and Fox Entertainment added: “The idea that Jussie Smollett has been, or would be, written off of EMPIRE is patently ridiculous. He remains a core player on this very successful series and we continue to stand behind him.”And Smollet’s rep, Pamela Sharp, told TheWrap: “Jussie is NOT being written off Empire. Today Jussie did answer routine followup questions for Chicago Police Department and continues to cooperate.”Also Read: Jussie Smollett Has Been 'Doubly Victimized' by 'Media Industry and Broader Culture,' GLAAD SaysAccording to De Mar, the men left for Nigeria the day of the attack. De Mar also posted a search warrant receipt, which shows police took bleach, shoes and a laptop.Twitter sleuths and some news organizations began floating theories that Smollett had faked the attack within days of him reporting it. He said two men beat him while shouting racist and homophobic slurs and referencing “MAGA.” Police said they had no reason to doubt him, but a public disagreement mounted between police and Smollett when he initially declined to hand over his phone. Officers wanted it to confirm that he was speaking to his manager during the attack.Smollett handed over his phone records this week.In a statement Tuesday, before the news reports with hoax speculation, GLAAD president and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis said Smollett had been “doubly victimized” — first in the attack, and then later by “speculation” about the incident from the media.This information is according to family who says home was ransacked. I asked family why they think police picked the two brothers up for questioning and they replied by saying the men left for Nigeria the day of the attack. @cbschicago— Charlie De Mar (@CharlieDeMar) February 14, 2019Read original story Fox Says Jussie Smollett Staying on ‘Empire'; Chicago PD Rejects Hoax Reports At TheWrap

  • Sophia Bush to critics of her 'Chicago P.D.' abuse allegations: 'You asking "why now" simply reveals to me that you haven't been paying attention'

    Not everyone is happy that Sophia Bush is sharing what was behind her decision to leave "Chicago P.D." last year.

  • Former 'Chicago P.D.' actress thanks Sophia Bush for speaking up about alleged abusive behavior on set

    Sophia Bush got support a fellow former "Chicago P.D." actress after detailing alleged abusive behavior.

  • 'Law & Order: SVU,' 'Chicago' shows renewed at NBC

    'Law & Order: SVU,' 'Chicago' shows renewed at NBC

  • ‘Chicago P.D.’ Star Jason Beghe Investigated for ‘Anger Issues’

    Jason Beghe, the star of NBC’s “Chicago P.D.,” has been investigated for ongoing anger management issues. NBC launched the investigation after learning last year that there were multiple complaints about Beghe’s behavior on set, with cast and crew complaining about anger issues, volatile behavior, and offensive comments, sources tell Variety. “People felt disrespected, he yelled a […]

  • The 'Chicago P.D.' cast clues us in on life on the set

    The Chicago P.D. squad is used to handling the worst perpetrators in the Windy City, but their talent isn’t limited to fighting crime on the Chicago streets. We handed over our Instagram account to the cast of the hard-hitting NBC police procedural and we have to say, the captions are as great as the pictures. Sure there’s guns and protective masks and really cool (read: dangerous) locations, but we’ll take Patrick John Flueger (Officer Adam Ruzek) dipping Oreos in a tiny cup of milk any day. Ditto for LaRoyce Hawkins (Det. Kevin Atwater) and his rap-worthy badge. ...

  • 'Chicago P.D.' sneak peek: Meet Wendell Pierce's new mover and shaker

    A new face is making waves on Chicago P.D.

  • Fall TV Preview 2017: Details on new seasons of 'Chicago Fire' and 'Chicago P.D.'

    Chicago, here we come! This fall, two of Dick Wolf’s Chicago-set shows — Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. — are returning with more thrilling and mysterious cases, life-and-death situations, and interesting new characters who will turn things upside down for the firefighters and police officers of the city. For what else to expect, we asked P.D. boss Rick Eid about Season 5 and Fire executive producer Derek Haas about Season 6 of their respective shows.

  • Sophia Bush Departing ‘Chicago P.D.’ After Four Seasons

    <strong>EXCLUSIVE:</strong> <em>Chicago P.D.</em> female lead Sophia Bush is leaving the NBC cop drama series after four seasons, I have learned. She is the second key <em>Chicago P.D</em>. player to depart, along with co-creator/showrunner Matt Olmstead, who left in March. I hear Bush is leaving on her own accord. A possible exit for the actress was hinted in the recent Season 4 finale of <em>Chicago P.D,</em> which saw her character, Detective Erin Lindsay, on the verge of accepting a job with the FBI in New…

  • ‘Chicago Fire’, ‘Chicago P.D.’ & ‘Chicago Med’ Renewed, No Decision On ‘Justice’

    NBC has renewed three of Dick Wolf’s four <em>Chicago</em> dramas, flagship <em> Chicago Fire</em> as well as <em>Chicago P.D.</em> and <em> Chicago Med</em>. There is no decision yet on the newest entry in the franchise <em>,</em> freshman <em> Chicago Justice.</em> Also awaiting an official pickup is Wolf’s veteran <em>Law & Order: SVU.</em> I hear that is expected to happen once star Mariska Hargitay closes her deal. Over the past month of so, there had been some chatter that one of the newer Chicago-set shows –– <em>Chicago Med</em> or <em>Chicago…</em>

  • ‘Chicago Justice’ Is the New ‘Law & Order’

    Having seen his “Law & Order” franchise run its course until only special victims remain to be defended, producer Dick Wolf then turned his God-like gaze to the Windy City and created a second franchise, of Chicagos Fire, P.D., Med, and now, Chicago Justice. Chicago Justice is just Law & Order in a windbreaker.

  • ‘Chicago Justice’ Preview: It’s ‘Law & Order For Millennials’

    It’s not your father’s Law & Order, but it is kinda-sorta the Law & Order of Peter Stone’s father. Peter, as portrayed by The Player star Philip Winchester, is the Assistant State’s Attorney and central character in Chicago Justice, the fourth entry in uber-producer Dick Wolf’s Chicago-set drama franchise. The Justice world was introduced last season in the Chicago P.D. episode titled “Justice,” and that connection continues with tonight’s “Fake,” a Justice episode that will wrap up a full night of crossover storylines that starts with Chicago Fire (8 p.m.) and Chicago P.D. (9 p.m.).

  • ‘Chicago Fire’ Crossover First Look: A Warehouse Goes Up in Flames

    When a massive fire hits the world of Chicago Fire, P.D., and the new Justice, it’s going to take all hands on deck to deal with the blaze and its tragic aftermath. “We’re going to need every company in the city,” notes a worried Casey (Jesse Spencer). The warehouse’s setup makes it extremely difficult for the firefighters, including Severides (Taylor Kinney), to get in, much less rescue everyone.

  • ‘Chicago Fire’ and ‘P.D.’ Crossover First Look: Severide’s Crash

    The crossover focuses on firefighter Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney), who spirals down after his efforts for Anna’s bone marrow procedure don’t work out as planned. Then he finds himself at the center of a vehicular manslaughter case that the detectives of Chicago P.D. are investigating. In this exclusive sneak peek, Herrmann (David Eigenberg) and other members of the Truck Co. 81 are called to the scene of a terrible car crash.

  • #OneChicago Day: ‘Med,’ ‘P.D.,’ and ‘Justice’ Stars Share Their Pics

    NBC’s #OneChicago day is becoming an annual tradition, and for fans it’s as welcome a celebration as Christmas, Hanukkah and Diwali all rolled up into one. Since the Chicago casts did such a good job with their twitter takeover last year, this year we turned over our account to P.D. star Marina Squerciati, Med star Nick Gehlfuss, and Justice star Joelle Carter — while P.D. co-star Sophia Bush snapped some pics for Yahoo TV’s instagram account. As always, the Chicago group did not disappoint. Click through to see what it’s like to work with this good-looking gang of goofballs.

  • ‘Chicago P.D.’ First Look: Voight and Lindsay Have a Communication Breakdown

    Get a first look at the season premiere of 'Chicago P.D.'

  • Fall TV Preview 2016: Details on New Seasons of NBC’s ‘Chicago’ Shows

    Dick Wolf’s Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D, and Chicago Med are returning with dramatic storylines, fascinating cases, compelling new characters and sexy romances.

  • ‘Chicago P.D.’ Sneak Peek: Things Get Personal for Voight in Season 3 Finale

    This is what happens when you start digging for trouble. In this first look at the Season 3 finale of Chicago P.D., Sgt. Hank Voight (Jason Beghe) finds out his son, Justin (guest star Josh Segarra) has something in common with a murder victim — and not just the phone calls and texts he sent to her just hours before her death. Phone records prove that the deceased — a widowed, single mom named Melissa — knew Justin, and Voight knows his now-reformed son was in town to help a friend.

  • 'Chicago' Binge Alert! NBC Makes all Eps of 'Fire,' 'P.D.' and 'Med' Available (For One Week)

    Starting April 18, fans can watch every episode of 'Chicago Fire,' 'Chicago Med' and 'Chicago P.D.' — for one week only — on the NBC app,, or on demand. 

  • First Look: 'Chicago P.D.' Investigates Shooting of 9-Year-Old Boy

    Gang violence claims a child on 'Chicago P.D.' — watch a first look.

  • Charisma Carpenter Books 'Chicago P.D.' Arc — Will She Be Hot for Halstead?

    Is Chicago P.D.‘s Jay no longer high on Lindsay? TVLine has learned exclusively that Charisma Carpenter, Whedonverse alum and host of ID’s Surviving Evil, will appear in multiple episodes of the NBC drama as a lawyer-turned-marijuana dispensary owner who will possibly bloom into a romantic interest for Detective Halstead. Chicago P.D. continues its third season […]

  • The 'Chicago Fire/Med/P.D.' Crossover Event: Our Wish List

    What we want to see in the epic 'Chicago Med'/'Chicago Fire'/'Chicago PD' three-way crossover.

  • It's Damn Cold on the 'Chicago Fire,' 'P.D.,' and 'Med' Sets

    Taylor Kinney on the set of Chicago Fire is like the U.S. Postal Service: Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night keeps him from working. Winter his HERE for the fine folks on Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med.

  • Even More 'Chicago': Your 6 Best Suggestions for a 4th NBC Spin-Off

    Sophia Bush with Chicago and Law & Order franchise creator Dick Wolf (Getty Images) Chicago fans, you guys are awesome! When we posted our five suggestions for a fourth show to add to the NBC franchise of Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med, you not only made us feel all warm and fuzzy about our ideas, you shared your own damn good ones. So we want to return the favor. Below are the six best concepts we read in the comments, complete with fleshed out storylines and suggested casting.

  • 'Chicago Med' Review: It's Better Than 'Code Black'!

    In the opening moments of Chicago Med, premiering Tuesday night on NBC, real Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel speaks at a dedication ceremony for the new trauma center where this new series will take place. Padded with kids including an unborn child in medical danger, its corridors filled to capacity with the most attractive doctors this side of an afternoon soap opera, Chicago Med is not a subtle enterprise. A handsome new doctor played by Colin Donnell (Arrow) arrives at the hospital and he immediately rouses resentment in another handsome doctor, played by Nick Gehlfuss.