Chicago PD Reviews

Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 13 Review: Chasing Monsters

Chicago PD Review: Game Over

On Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 13 Intelligence goes after a machete-wielding gang from San Salvador, but they run into trouble when one of their own goes rogue.
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Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 12 Review: Captive

Chicago PD Review: Do or Die

On Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 12, Atwater finds himself in a situation and needs his team's help. But are they too late? Read our review to find out.
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Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 10 Review: Rabbit Hole

Chicago PD Review: Fireable Offense

On Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 10 Halstead much choose between his career in Intelligence and his girlfriend Camila, who is caught up in a murder investigation.
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Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 8 Review: Politics

Chicago PD Review: No Love Story

On Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 8 a Congressman is framed for the murder of a Russian escort and Burgess must choose between Intelligence and her new boyfriend.
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Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 7 Review: Care Under Fire

Chicago PD Review: Undercover

On Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 7 Halstead uses his army training to go undercover and take down a child kidnapping ring. Denny Woods continues his crusade against Voight.
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Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 5 Review: Home

Chicago PD Review: Re-Homing

On Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 5, Intelligence stumbles upon a child trafficking case that involves selling adopted children from foreign countries online.
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Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 3 Review: Promise

Chicago PD Review: Promise

On Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 3, Antonio leads the investigation into the murder of a young Latina woman in connection with a meat processing plant.
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Chicago PD Quotes

Man: I don't know where I'm going.
Voight: Just keep driving.

You know, I basically look people in the eye for a living. You have a future beyond this neighborhood D'Anthony, and it's okay to want that. When you start to try to get out, whenever that is, you call me.

Voight