When will Chicago P.D. Season 10 return to NBC? Continue reading to find out.
If you recall this scene with Voight and Hailey from the last episode below, then you are aware that there are many questions on your mind like, “When will the fans get to see the new episodes on Chicago P.D. Season 10?” While we understand your anticipation, we are regretful to inform you that the new season is not going to be on NBC before the year comes to an end.
- Voight: So you want to do that now, make cases any way you can. He’s in your head.
- Hailey: I know.
- Voight: So let’s go back to work. Me, you, and the team. That’s how we’re going to get them. That’s how we’re going to save them.
The fans will have to wait for some more time if they want to watch the show on this streaming platform. As a result, we’ve compiled a list of everything that the fans should look forward to and know about while they wait and recall events from the previous episodes. Here is everything we know so far about Chicago P.D. Season 10 at Web News Observer!
Chicago P.D. Season 10: When will the new episode premiere?
The 10th episode is scheduled to release on Wednesday, January 4, 2023, at the same time scheduled for 10/9 C on the NBC channel with Chicago Med Season 8 at the same time slot of 8 pm (ET/PT) and Chicago Fire at 9 pm (ET/PT) on NBC. The runtime of each episode is approximately 40 to 43 minutes. As of December 13, 2022, the official title and synopsis of the upcoming episodes have not been released. These details will be publicly disclosed as the premiere date approaches and will follow the basic premise of the show that will be expanded further.
In the meantime, we suggest viewers take a look at the official promo below:
Chicago P.D. Season 10: A quick recap of the season so far
Here’s what we know about Chicago P.D. Season 10 episodes thus far if you haven’t been able to catch up with the episodes.
Episode 1: Let It Bleed – September 21, 2022: The episode is directed by Chad Saxton and written by Gwen Sigan. The episode was viewed by 5.48 million US viewers. The official synopsis of the episode states, “Still reeling from the death of informant Anna, Voight faces a new threat as he tries to keep the neighborhood clean; new wrinkles develop in the Upton, Halstead, and Voight dynamic; the team gets a new chief.”
Episode 2: The Real You – September 28, 2022: The episode is directed by Lisa Robinson and written by Gavin Harris. The episode was viewed by 5.44 million US viewers. The official synopsis of the episode states, “When a convicted murderer hijacks a prison van, the team scrambles to find him and the abducted prison guard before it’s too late; Burgess questions Ruzek’s motives in a case, creating tension between the two.”
Episode 3: A Good Man – October 5, 2022: The episode is directed by Carl Seaton and written by Scott Gold. The episode was viewed by 5.95 million US viewers. The official synopsis of the episode states, “The team investigates a string of brutal pharmacy robberies, and Halstead connects with one of the victims about their Army careers; Upton suspects there is more to the story and confides in Voight.”
Episode 4: Dónde Vives – October 12, 2022: The episode is directed by Brenna Malloy and written by Kevin Deiboldt. The episode was viewed by 5.65 million US viewers. The official synopsis of the episode states, “A shocking murder pulls rookie officer Dante Torres into his own neighborhood; as Voight and Atwater help him navigate the case and manage tricky personal dynamics with wary neighbors, Torres realizes his life may be forever changed.”
Episode 5: Pink Cloud – October 19, 2022: The episode is directed by Chad Saxton and written by Gwen Sigan. The episode was viewed by 5.58 million US viewers. The official synopsis of the episode states, “Upton’s dogged pursuit of a missing teenage girl leads the team into a dark web of human trafficking; chief O’Neal becomes involved with the unit’s investigation when it becomes evident his son, Sean, has a connection to the missing girl.”
Episode 6: Sympathetic Reflex – November 2, 2022: The episode is directed by Bethany Rooney and written by Ike Smith. The episode was viewed by 5.06 million US viewers. The official synopsis of the episode states, “Atwater’s reactions during a tense arrest are called into question; the team must dig in to uncover key evidence that could aid in the ongoing investigation and clear Atwater’s name.”
Episode 7: Into the Deep – November 9, 2022: The episode is directed by Takashi Doscher and written by Scott Gold. The episode was viewed by 4.74 million US viewers. The official synopsis of the episode states, “When actionable evidence finally surfaces against Sean O’Neal, Upton and the team work relentlessly to build a case in secret; they discover Sean is more elusive and dangerous than anticipated.”
Episode 8: Under the Skin – November 16, 2022: The episode is directed by Marc Roskin and written by Gavin Harris. The episode was viewed by 4.74 million US viewers. The official synopsis of the episode states, “To distract Intelligence from the investigation into his son, Chief O’Neal forces the team to handle a “dead fish” case; when that dead fish turns into a complicated heater case, Burgess is thrown back into difficult memories from her past.”
Episode 9: Proof of Burden – December 7, 2022: This episode was recently released at the same time scheduled for 10/9 C on NBC. The episode is directed by Chad Saxton and written by Gwen Sigan. It was viewed by 5.39 million US viewers. The official synopsis of the episode states, “After a shocking discovery, the team begins closing in on Sean O’Neal with every shred of evidence they can find; determined to keep his son out of prison, Chief O’Neal hires a lawyer.”
Chicago P.D. Season 10: Where to stream the new episodes?
The official synopsis from the NBC official website for Chicago Fire states, “From renowned Emmy Award-winning Executive Producer Dick Wolf (“Law & Order” brand) and co-creator Derek Haas, the writer behind “3:10 to Yuma,” comes Season 10 of the adrenaline-fueled drama, “Chicago Fire.” This edge-of-your-seat ride is a look into the professional and personal lives of the firefighters and paramedics of Firehouse 51 as they risk their lives every day to save and protect the citizens of Chicago.”
When available, the entire One Chicago franchise will be available to stream on Peacock, fuboTV, and Hulu Plus. You can also stream the series by renting or purchasing on Amazon Instant Video or Vudu, with a vast number of membership plans according to the preference of the users. Moreover, the series is also available to watch exclusively on the NBC official website, where the episodes are published after they air on the channel in their respective time slots. The previous seasons of the One Chicago franchise are also available to stream for free on IMDb TV, based on the user’s location.
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— One Chicago (@NBCOneChicago) December 12, 2022
Catch up on the prior episodes while you wait for more updates on Chicago P.D. Season 10.