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Is a New Episode of Chicago P.D. on Tonight?
One Chicago's schedule will be taking a brief pause during the next few weeks.
As we look ahead at NBC's Chicago P.D. episode schedule, it seems we'll have to wait a few weeks to find out about Upstead's crumbling marriage—or any other members of the Intelligence Unit.
Read on to learn more about whether or not Chicago P.D. is new tonight, and when we can expect it to return.
Is Chicago P.D. new tonight? (January and February 2023)
The short answer? Unfortunately not. In fact, Chicago P.D. (along with Chicago Fire and Chicago Med) is currently on a three-week hiatus. New episodes will not be airing on January 25, February 1, or February 8, 2023.
When will Chicago P.D. come back?
One Chicago is returning with a brand new batch of episodes on Wednesday, February 15. Watch P.D. at 10/9c.
Are there any Chicago P.D. Season 10 spoilers?
No word just yet on what to expect for the rest of the season, but the latest episode, "I Can Let You Go," was a big one for Upton (Tracy Spiridakos). Fans saw her learn that Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) is not coming home anytime soon, a sign that their marriage is definitely in trouble.
Spiridakos opened up to Variety about what that could mean for her character moving forward. “This ultimately will change her in some way, which I’m interested to see how," she said. "We’re still in the change. She finds out that he’s extended his stay and has that breakdown moment of having this hope and then all of a sudden, that’s gone. It’s the first time we see her break down since he’s left, since their goodbye. I think there’s gonna be some changes for her over the next little while.”
One Chicago fans also have a couple exciting milestones to look forward to in the P.D. universe. Episode 14, airing February 22, will mark the show's 200th episode! And Jesse Lee Soffer will return to the Intelligence Unit for Episode 16—but this time he'll be behind the camera as the director.
"He’s got incredible ideas, he’s able to offer them to actors and to the writers and to camera people in a way that displays diplomacy that I think you have to have when you’re directing TV that maybe you don’t have to have when you’re directing movies," Patrick John Flueger (Ruzek) tells NBC Insider. "I just think he’s got that in spades. He’s just got a way of getting what he wants, when he really wants it, and when he knows it’s right. But also offering those suggestions and those opinions in such a way that it doesn’t put people off."
Watch Chicago P.D. on NBC Wednesdays at 10/9c and next day on Peacock.
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