The TVLine-Up: What's Leaving, New and Returning the Week of April 12
This weekly feature is in addition to TVLine’s daily What to Watch listings.
With more than 530 scripted shows now airing across broadcast, cable and streaming READ MORE
Chicago P.D.'s Sophia Bush Sheds New Light on Exit: 'I Was Really Unhappy'
Sophia Bush has more to say about why she chose to leave Chicago P.D.
The actress — who departed P.D. in 2017, after playing Det. Erin Lindsay for four seasons — spoke candidly on READ MORE
Chicago P.D. Sneak Peek: Upton Butts Heads With a Man From Her Past
Detective Upton struggles to “keep it professional” when she’s reunited with an old colleague on Wednesday’s Chicago P.D. (10/9c). READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Chicago Fire Co-Creator Leaving Series
There are a couple fewer people in the Windy City: Executive producers on NBC’s Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. are leaving their respective series READ MORE
TVLine Items: Revolution Star to P.D., Ballers Adds Guttenberg and More
A Revolution star is coming to light up Chicago P.D.
Ratings: Match Game and Chicago P.D. Surge; Star Slips Minus Empire
ABC’s Match Game opened Season 2 on Wednesday with 4.9 total million viewers and a 1.3 rating, surging 44 percent from its freshman finale to its second-best number ever. READ MORE
Performer of the Week: Westworld's Louis Herthum
THE PERFORMER | Louis Herthum
THE SHOW | Westworld
THE EPISODE | “The Original” (Oct. 2) READ MORE
Chicago Fire's Severide Talks Tough, Locks Lips in Med/P.D. Crossover Video
“You stay out of the OR, and I won’t run into any burning buildings, OK?”
Severide and Dr. Rhodes strike that prickly deal in the upcoming Chicago Fire/Med/P.D. three-way crossover, and if you want to know READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Chicago P.D. Sneak Peek: Lindsay Doubts Voight's Ability to Do His Job
Chicago P.D.‘s Voight may be Lindsay’s superior, but that doesn’t mean she’s afraid to challenge him in TVLine’s exclusive clip from Wednesday’s fall finale. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D. Score Really Early Renewals at NBC
NBC is on something of a premature renewal roll.
Mere hours after giving an early green light to a second season of freshman hit Blindspot, the Peacock network went and renewed both Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. for Seasons 5 and 4, respectively. READ MORE