The 200th Episode of ‘Chicago PD’ Headlines One Chicago Wednesday Feb 22nd, Here’s Your First Look
The Dick Wolf triumvirate of Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago PD returns with brand new episodes Wednesday. But this week, it’s all about the 200th episode of Chicago PD.
Marina Squerciati, who plays Kim Burgess on PD, talked about the 200th episode during an interview with Entertainment Weekly. She revealed the high level of secrecy surrounding the episode and that she got the script shortly before production started.
“When it’s something big, they do give you a heads-up, so I’m not totally in the dark, but I got the script the night before”, she explained to EW. “Without the words, you can’t really track the journey.”
For more about Marina’s arduous journey for this episode, take a look at Danilo Castro’s latest entry at One Chicago Center.
Here’s your first look at Episode #200 for Chicago PD, which closes the One Chicago Wednesday lineup at 9 p.m. Central…
The synopsis for #200 is as follows: After a brutal shooting, Burgess and Ruzek find themselves trapped aboard the busy “L” subway train. As they piece together scant evidence, the team is drawn into a dark family drama. Burgess’ proximity to the shooting triggers harsh memories.
Chicago Med Opens the Night at 7 p.m. Central
“On Days Like Today… Silver Linings Become Lifelines” is the title of the new episode of Chicago Med, set to debut Wednesday at 7 p.m. Central, to kick off the highly popular #OneChicago lineup. Here’s the official synopsis: Crockett relies on O.R. 2.0 to save a construction worker’s severed hand. Charles and Goodwin clash as negotiations drag on between the administration and the custodial workers’ union. Hannah fights to keep a mother and her newborn baby together.
Here is your first look at the episode…
New Episode for Ratings King Chicago Fire
Here’s the official synopsis for Wednesday night’s new episode of Chicago Fire at 8 p.m. Central, entitled “Run Like Hell”… An annoying floater takes a romantic interest in Violet. Ritter catches a local politician in a compromising position. Mouch and Severide help Trudy with an arson investigation.
Here is your first look at the new episode…
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