Chicago PD Reviews

Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 16 Review: The Forgotten

Chicago PD Review: Welcome to the Fight

On Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 16, a case gets personal for Voight when one of his trusted CI's is kidnapped by a serial killer. Will they find her before it's too late?
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Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 15 Review: Good Men

Chicago PD Review: Wrong Thing for the Right Reason

It's another crossover event for Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 15. Voight suspects a murdered firefighter may have been involved in a string of robberies, but Ray and the CFD are pressing to preserve his good name.
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Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 14 Review: Ties That Bind

Chicago PD Review: Then We Both Die

On Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 14, Burgess and Upton find themselves in a messy situation after getting deeply involved in a case. Will Ruzek find a way to save the day?
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Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 12 Review: Outrage

Chicago PD Review: Outrage

On Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 12, Halstead gets too heavily involved in a case when his personal history with a dangerous drug dealer gets the best of him.
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Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 10 Review: Brotherhood

Chicago PD Review: Bro Code

On Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 10, Ruzek makes a decision to protect Voight and Antonio which doesn't sit well with Intelligence, specifically his girlfriend Upton.
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Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 5 Review: Fathers and Sons

Chicago PD Review: He's Family

On Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 5, Ruzek finds out his father is working for the same drug dealer he's trying to bust. Is Bob Ruzek a dirty cop?
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Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 4 Review: Ride Along

Chicago PD Review: Lying is Bad

On Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 4, Burgess finds herself in a situation after she responds to a call while she has a civilian in the car. Read our review!
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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