What's Ahead on 'Chicago Med,' 'Fire, and 'P.D.': Romance, Arson & a Cover-Up
There are only three episodes left in each of the One Chicago shows this season.
But the good news is that Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.D. have all been renewed. Read on to find out what to expect from the romances, fires, and investigations as the shows set up the 2019-2020 season.
Scandal, interdepartmental warfare, and romance are on the way!
On the May 8 episode, the drastic actions taken by Dr. Bekker (Norma Kuhling) to win the heart of Dr. Rhodes (Colin Donnell) could threaten the hospital, which is later shaken by the growing conflict between COO Garrett (Heather Headley) and patient and medical services chief Goodwin (S. Epatha Merkerson).
A look at Chicago's finest, bravest, and best as the fan favorite series head toward their season finales.
And there's "a happy surprise" for Dr. Charles (Oliver Platt) and his cancer-stricken ex-wife, Cece (Paula Newsome), in the May 15 show, says executive producer Andrew Schneider.
On the May 8 episode, Lieutenant Severide (Taylor Kinney) becomes obsessed with a fire at a hair salon, which he believes points to a serial arsonist his late father was investigating. "The show takes a dark turn as the arsonist proves to be a dangerous enemy," exec producer Derek Haas reveals.
The following week, Firehouse 51 works to help a depressed colleague deal with pending retirement.
The franchise has lost several key actors over the years.
And better times may lie ahead for Lieutenant Casey (Jesse Spencer) as he tries to move forward from his broken marriage. First, paramedic Brett (Kara Kilmer) sets him up with her friend, then, in the finale, he contemplates who to take as a date to a dinner party.
"There's a shocker in this season's finale, and someone could die!" proclaims exec producer Rick Eid.
But first, on May 8, the relationship between Detective Upton (Tracy Spiridakos) and Officer Ruzek (Patrick John Flueger) gets complicated, as do things between Upton and her partner, Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer).
The 'Chicago Med' and 'Chicago P.D.' stars are leaving their shows at the end of their current seasons.
The cover-up of a perp's murder by Detective Dawson (Jon Seda) haunts the team on May 15.
And in the finale, the mayoral race comes to a head. If police superintendent Kelton (John C. McGinley) wins, the Intelligence Unit could be in danger.
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Chicago Med, Wednesdays, 8/7c, NBC
Chicago Fire, Wednesdays, 9/8c, NBC
Chicago P.D., Wednesdays, 10/9c, NBC