The cop drama will return this fall.
May 9, 2018
NBC announced this evening that Chicago P.D. has been renewed for a sixth season. The veteran series, which recently surpassed the 100-episode milestone, continues to be a reliable performer for the network year in and year out.
The first spin-off of hit series Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D. involves stories of the uniformed police patrol and intelligence unit that pursues the perpetrators of the Windy City's major street offenses.
The entire current roster of the Chicago series was picked up today, which will see Chicago Fire and Chicago Med also returning for the 2018-2019 season. The franchise's most-recent spin-off, Chicago Justice, was cancelled last year.
07/15/18 at 11:17pm
I agree the loss of Sophia Bush was a hit to the balance of Hank and Erin, but after reading the Sophias thoughts on her exit there was obviously something within the show that made it not possible for her to work that show any longer (understandable)..it happens in the industry. The loss of Alvin is even a bigger blow I think. But shows do go on, so we shall see how it recovers in season six. I'm kinda late to the Dick Wolf style of shows, but its easy to see why his shows are so successful. and I like the crossover to Fire and Med and have bought all the series on DVD to follow the story lines. I love the brother/sister connect of Antonio and Gabby as well. Very Entertaining Stuff!
05/22/18 at 01:41pm
Hank Voight ranks up there with Han Solo , the punisher and Deadpool in the list of greatest anti heroes in fiction. So glad that they renewed P.D but I’m very sad to see Alvin get written off. I remember Elias Koteas as the original Casey Jones in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and I was a fan. He will be missed on the show
05/10/18 at 09:25am
Why do people like watching dirty cop shows? I quit watching after the 2nd season.
05/10/18 at 04:43am
By far the best of the 3 in the franchise good news
05/10/18 at 03:43am
I can hardly believe how much less watchable season 5 was with the absence of Sophia Bush. It has absolutely nothing about the actress. I miss the character, Erin Lindsay, and the way she humanized Voight. Given that I still haven't gotten over the way Voight treated Casey on CF before CPD was launched, he needs Lindsay to show that he has any heart at all.
I'm still stunned that Dick Wolf was able to make a cop show based around a dirty cop and have it work. I imagine after another season the Lindsay thing will work itself out. I'm just sad that I don't look forward to CPD like I did. Maybe next year.