From Primetime Emmy Award-winning executive producer Dick Wolf of Law & Order and the team behind Chicago Fire comes NBC’s new riveting police drama Chicago P.D.: Season One. The Chicago Fire spin-off focuses on the men and women of the Chicago Police Department's District 21 who put it all on the line to serve and protect their community. From the beat cops that deal with the city’s street crimes to the Intelligence Unit that combats the city's major offenses -- organized crime, drug trafficking, high profile murders and beyond, the vast responsibilities that these jobs entail extend far beyond the walls of the precinct, often taking an emotional toll on personal lives of these men and women.
At the helm of the Intelligence Unit is Sergeant Hank Voight, a man not against crossing legal and ethical lines to ensure the safety and security of the city he loves. Working hand-in-hand with Voight is Detective Antonio Dawson, his more levelheaded and honest counterpart who acts as a role model for the younger officers. Rising through the ranks in the Intelligence Unit is young brash detective Jay Halstead. His partner is the tough, no-nonsense Detective Erin Lindsay who grew up on the street and was lifted to a better life when Voight took her in as a teenager. Although Halstead and Lindsay’s close working relationship may be shifting towards something more personal, it will not if Voight has anything to do with it.
The precinct also includes Alvin Olinsky, an experienced undercover detective and confidant for Voight; Kyle Ruzek, a quick-witted cadet plucked from the police academy to join Olinsky on undercover assignments; Kevin Atwater, a charismatic uniformed patrolman who loves to throw a great party; Kim Burgess, a uniformed patrolman who strives to one day become a part of the elite Intelligence Unit; and Sheldon Jin, the neat and meticulous detective in charge of surveillance and tech ops.
Season One is filled with hard-hitting drama and heart-pounding action, and stars Jason Beghe as Sergeant Henry "Hank" Voight, Jon Seda as Detective Antonio Dawson, Sophia Bush as Detective Erin Lindsay, Jesse Lee Soffer as Detective Jay Halstead, Patrick John Flueger as Officer Adam Ruzek, Marina Squerciati as Officer Kim Burgess, LaRoyce Hawkins as Officer Kevin Atwater, Archie Kao as Detective Sheldon Jin and Elias Koteas as Detective Alvin Olinsky.
Bonus features include bonus episode "Professional Courtesy" from Chicago Fire: Season One and Chicago Fire crossover episode "A Dark Day.”
Chicago P.D.: Season 2 premieres on NBC on Wednesday, September 24, 2014 at 10/9c.
- “Stepping Stone” - In the premiere of this "Chicago Fire" spin-off following the men and women of the Chicago Police Department, the team discover an unexpected asset during their investigation into a drug-cartel cleaning house. Meanwhile, a rookie joins the team fresh from the police academy.
- “Wrong Side of the Bars” - The unit mobilizes to find Antonio's son, who is believed to have been kidnapped by members of a Colombian drug gang whose leader is in prison. Meanwhile, Halstead gleans new information about Lindsay.
- “Chin Check” - As the Intelligence Unit searches for the source of ammunition meant to kill police officers, Voight and his team investigate a house associated with major gangs. Meanwhile, Ruzek is encouraged to seek counseling; and Halstead has an unwelcome encounter with people from his past.
- “Now Is Always Temporary” - The Intelligence Unit goes after a counterfeiting operation. Meanwhile, Atwater and Burgess arrest a hoarder; Olinsky tries to protect his daughter; and Voight helps his son, who was recently released from prison.
- “Thirty Balloons” - The Intelligence Unit discovers a dangerous drug smuggling operation. Meanwhile, Atwater and Burgess receive a new patrol car; Lindsay tries to keep Justin out of trouble; and Olinsky and Ruzek go on a stakeout together.
- “Conventions” - Two Special Victims Unit agents help Voight and Antonio investigate a series of rapes and murders. Meanwhile, Burgess tries to prove herself to Intelligence; and Lindsay gets back at a high-school rival with the assistance of Halstead.
- “The Price We Pay” - The Intelligence Unit investigates the Fitori murder case, and it becomes apparent that Voight's son may have been involved. Meanwhile, Gradishar tells Antonio about an arrangement between Voight and Internal Affairs, which leads to additional tension; and Ruzek helps Burgess get revenge on Platt.
- “Different Mistakes” - Voight works with a former partner during an investigation, and he's also assigned a new Internal Affairs handler who doesn't trust him. Meanwhile, Halsted seeks help gathering information about Lonnie Rodiger; and Olinsky attempts to deflate Ruzek's ego and offers a boost to Atwater.
- “A Material Witness” - Atwater and Burgess respond to a shooting involving a Latin gang, and they discover that the only witness is Olinsky's daughter. In order to protect her, Voight takes over the case, and Ruzek and Burgess go on an undercover mission that may lead to clues in the shooting.
- “At Least It’s Justice” - Halstead is threatened with losing his job after Lonnie Rodiger is found dead. Meanwhile, Severide and Clarke discover the body of a doctor who helped put many criminals behind bars; Sumner gets a chance to prove her worth; and Lindsay gets a moment alone with Severide.
- “Turn the Light Off” - Voight and the team investigate a gang-related case involving several deaths and millions of dollars in stolen cash. Meanwhile, Burgess helps the unit in an effort to prove her worth; and Platt asks Ruzek for assistance.
- “8:30 PM” - The Intelligence Unit works furiously to find the people responsible for an explosion at Chicago Medical. Voight and his team use their own angles and connections; Lindsay and Antonio interrogate doctors who operated on an ambassador from Syria; and Olinsky finds a lead. Meanwhile, the team realizes that additional bombs may still be active; and Burgess waits to learn about her niece's fate.
- “My Way” - The Intelligence Unit members are dismayed to learn that Pulpo has been released to help locate a deadly cartel leader. Elsewhere, Ruzek deals with difficult news; Lindsay has a brush with her past; and Jin faces a problem.
- “The Docks” - Voight and Platt share information about their pasts; Jin is caught poking around on Voight's computer and shifts blame to a convenient scapegoat; Lindsay realizes that she needs to be honest with Charlie; and Halstead gets the answers he's been seeking.
- “A Beautiful Friendship” - In the Season 1 finale, Atwater gets used to his new job while Antonio is stuck with desk duty during his recovery. Meanwhile, Lindsay asks Voight for help; and Jin is forced to come clean about his secret meetings with Stillwell.
- Jason Beghe as Sergeant Henry "Hank" Voight
- Jon Seda as Detective Antonio Dawson
- Sophia Bush as Detective Erin Lindsay
- Jesse Lee Soffer as Detective Jay Halstead
- Patrick John Flueger as Officer Adam Ruzek
- Marina Squerciati as Officer Kim Burgess
- LaRoyce Hawkins as Officer Kevin Atwater
- Archie Kao as Detective Sheldon Jin
- Elias Koteas as Detective Alvin Olinsky
- "Professional Courtesy" - Bonus Episode from Chicago Fire: Season One.
- Chicago Fire Episode "A Dark Day" - The beginning of a two-part crossover event.
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