Chicago P.D.: Season 1 (2014)


Season 1
Chicago P.D.

Critics Consensus

Though it suggests potential for greater success, Chicago P.D. is ultimately an old school cop show, content to mimic Hill Street Blues and other classic procedurals.

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Critic Ratings: 31

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User Ratings: 117

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Air date: Jan 8, 2014

When District 21 goes after a Colombian drug gang following a series of brutal slayings, an asset in the investigation emerges; Antonio believes a gang is involved in his son's kidnapping.

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Air date: Jan 8, 2014

When District 21 goes after a Colombian drug gang following a series of brutal slayings, an asset in the investigation emerges.

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Air date: Jan 15, 2014

Antonio believes a Colombian gang is involved in his son's kidnapping; Halstead learns new information about Lindsay; Voight offers Antonio a new way to get information about Diego's whereabouts.

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Air date: Jan 22, 2014

Voight and the team check out a house that has been associated with a series of gangs; people from the past cause Halstead's temper to rise.

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Air date: Jan 29, 2014

Olinsky tries to protect his daughter; a counterfeiting operation is investigated; when a hoarder is arrested, more than clutter is uncovered.

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Air date: Feb 5, 2014

Atwater and Burgess must keep their new patrol car in mint condition; the Intelligence Unit uncovers drug smuggling; Voight's behavior toward Lindsay drives her right where he doesn't want her; tensions rise between Olinsky and Ruzek.

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Air date: Feb 26, 2014

New York's SVU agents Fin and Rollins help track down a serial killer who rapes his victims; Burgess gets an opportunity to prove herself; Lindsay brings Halstead as her date to her high school reunion.

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Air date: Mar 5, 2014

Voight's son may be involved with the Fitori murder case, intensifying tension between Antonio and Voight; Ruzek helps Burgess get retribution.

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Air date: Mar 12, 2014

Voight's new Internal Affairs handler proves to be suspicious of his actions; Voight must work with his former partner from the Gang Unit; Halsted enlists Jin to help him gather more information on Lonnie Rodiger; Olinsky takes Ruzek down a peg.

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Air date: Mar 19, 2014

Burgess and Atwater come across a gunshot victim and the only witness is Olinsky's daughter; Ruzek goes to Burgess for help with an undercover mission.

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Cast & Crew

Jason Beghe
Sergeant Hank Voight

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Sophia Bush
Detective Erin Lindsay

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Patrick John Flueger
Office Kyle Ruzek

Actor
LaRoyce Hawkins
Officer Kevin Atwater

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Archie Kao
Detective Sheldon Jin

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Elias Koteas
Detective Alvin Olinsky

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Jon Seda
Detective Antonio Dawson

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Jesse Lee Soffer
Detective Jay Halstead

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Marina Squerciati
Offiver Kim Burgess

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Ian Bohen
Edwin Stillwell

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Sydney Tamiia Poitier
Detective Sumners

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Josh Segarra
Justin Voight

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America Olivo
Laura Dawson

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Kurt Naebig
Lt. Bruce Belden

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Robert Wisdom
Ron Perry

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Amy Morton
Trudy Platt

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David Aron Damane
Maurice Owens

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Zach Garcia
Diego Dawson

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Robin Weigert
Voight's Handler

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Emily Peterson
Wendy

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Dick Wolf
Executive Producer
Matt Olmstead
Executive Producer
Michael Brandt
Executive Producer
Derek Haas
Executive Producer
Peter Jankowski
Executive Producer
Danielle Gelber
Executive Producer
Joe Chappelle
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for Chicago P.D.: Season 1

Audience Reviews for Chicago P.D.: Season 1

  • Dec 27, 2019
    This show is fantastic! I highly recommend it! The cast is wonderful!
  • Dec 21, 2019
    It is at first a relatively confusing plot but after a while you start to understand it. In the begining you had a hard time sypephising with the characters because of their brutality but when you start to understand why they did the way they did you start to like them more. All in all a good start to a great series
  • Dec 04, 2019
    i thing it is amazing
  • Oct 31, 2019
    one of my best PRIME TIME DRAMA TV SHOWS THAT WAS EVER CREATED AND I SEE WHY! THANKS ERIQUE LASALLE.
  • May 17, 2018
    great cast and characters
  • Jun 14, 2017
    Law & Order creator Dick Wolf, made his Chicago series because he wanted to give viewers a separate look at the heroes who make a city run, but beyond that, he wanted to make it as realistic as possible. These shows feel a lot like one of my favorite all-time TV shows, Third Watch, but in that case they were all together in one show. Chicago P.D. focuses on major crimes detectives and shows that unlike Law & Order, the police aren't above reproach and always in control. The unit is run by Hank Voight (Jason Beghe), who while having a soft spot for victims, also runs on pure emotion. If Voight can't get the bad guy legally, he'll get them another way. He's also not the most honest cop around and has a checkered past filled with abuses of power, as seen in his debut on Chicago Fire. Voight's unit includes his best friend and uncover specialist Alvin Olinsky (Elias Koteas), who is more honest than Voight, but always has his back. Olinsky is a master of disguise, and is in charge of training a rookie and possibly his eventual replacement played by Patrick Flueger. Also joining Voight is Erin Lindsey (Sophia Bush) a runaway that Voight rescued and raised as his own, who is partnered with another hot head, who while reminding her of Voight, also has romantic feelings for her. Finally rounding out the squad is Antonio Dawson (Jon Seda), the brother of a paramedic on Chicago Fire and the man who originally tried to put Voight in jail. He's one of Voight's best detectives, but can he be trusted? As you can see from the character descriptions, threes a lot going on here, not to mention a uniform patrol division we see on a semi-regular basis. The show isn't narrowly focused on particular types of crimes and frequently has crossover with both the other Chicago shows and Law & Order SVU. The Bottom Line, Chicago P.D. hits the bulls eye as the most realistic cop drama since Southland. They dive deeply into the characters background, families, and personalities, it's a lot of fun to watch. The way they go about doing their job is unlike any other cop show on TV and the whole Third Watch feel to the way it's filmed has me in cop heaven. I can not wait for this show to stream so I can binge away!
    Todd S Super Reviewer
  • Feb 27, 2014
    I think this show is brilliant

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