Will old wounds be reopened and new alliances formed? If you want to know the answers, Continue reading to find out more about Chicago P.D. Season 11.
The tale of this riveting police drama about the members of the Chicago Police Department doesn’t seem to stop anytime soon! Yes, you heard it right; the beloved show will be back for more action in its already renewed 11th season, which was confirmed back on April 10, 2023. It’s no surprise that the series was given an early renewal, as it has been ranked as one of the top-rated primetime programs.
It is currently tied for the No. 1 broadcast drama of the TV season in the demo, according to Live+7 Day data. Hence, this move by NBC makes it evident that if a show, after a decade’s worth of television, is still able to top the charts, the network won’t easily back down from extending the show’s run for another season.
Especially when there are still many questions that need to be answered. So, if you are wondering when the season will premiere on NBC, then don’t worry! We have got you covered with all the latest updates regarding the official release date for the forthcoming season, which seems to have some much more action-packed entertainment in store for the fandom, making it look even more promising than before!
Here is everything we know so far about Chicago P.D. Season 11.
Chicago P.D. Season 11: When will it premiere?
We would like to point out that the exact launch date has yet to be determined, as the 10th season finale aired recently. As a result, any official statement about the show’s official release date and time slot is still subject to network verification. On the bright side, if we consider the prior schedule, then the next season could be released in the fall of the 2023–2024 television season, with September being the best release window.
It is also expected to follow a similar schedule, with new episodes airing every Wednesday at 10:00 p.m./9 c. on NBC and later on Peacock. It’s very likely that the show won’t be taking a year off and will return as soon as possible, considering the fact that the ongoing writer’s strike, which sadly hasn’t reached a resolution yet, will not become a hurdle for the show’s creators to premiere new episodes. Hence, we suggest that the viewers be patient to get the latest information for the next season.
This early series renewal was also joined by other two One Chicago series on the network, which include Chicago Fire for its 12th season and Chicago Med for its 9th season. NBC also renewed the most popular trilogy series, which includes all the Law & Order dramas, for the 2023–2024 season. The official Twitter handle of the show also shared the announcement among its followers, quoting: “More seasons of #LawAndOrder and #OneChicago are coming soon.”
More seasons of #LawAndOrder and #OneChicago are coming soon. Learn more about @NBC's latest pickups here: https://t.co/J84rV5Updg pic.twitter.com/aG0GFWGZnf
— Wolf Entertainment (@WolfEnt) April 10, 2023
Chicago P.D. Season 11: What can the fans expect to see in the new season?
Due to an early renewal, not much has been disclosed about the potential future plotlines, but the new season will definitely explore the basic premise, which is as follows:
Chicago P.D.’s Intelligence Unit investigates the city’s most formidable offenses – drug trafficking, organized crime, high-profile murders, and other large-scale felonies. The squad – made up of Voight, Trudy Platt, Kim Burgess, Adam Ruzek, Kevin Atwater, Jay Halstead, and Hailey Upton – is committed to protecting the city and seeking truth, but in the midst of a changing criminal justice system, the team struggles to maintain peace in the community. Voight must learn to adapt to a shifting sociopolitical climate and embrace new tactics to crack down on crime in the city he loves.
“We understand the emotional connection our audience has with these characters and we can’t wait to bring more of their stories to the forefront next season,” Lisa Katz, the president of scripted programming at NBCUniversal and Streaming, said in a statement. Further adding, “A huge thank you to Dick and his amazing team who are the masters of producing incredibly compelling television week after week.”
“I’m pleased to continue my four-decade relationship with Universal Television and NBC,” Dick Wolf said in a statement of his own. “All six shows being picked up again is the ultimate accolade to our incredible casts, producers, and writers. I’d also like to thank our loyal fans who have kept our NBC shows on the air for what will be a cumulative 84 seasons.”
The new season will also pick up the plot from the 10th season finale episode, “A Better Place,” which was directed by Chad Saxton, and written by Gwen Sigan. In the episode the viewers got to see that, “As Richard Beck’s timeline for a deadly attack moves up and Samantha panics, Ruzek, and the team scramble to get ahead of an unprecedented disaster.” This cliffhanger is enough to build up the hype for the next season as it leaves various possibilities for the creators to add more twists and turns to this beloved police drama series.
While you wait for more information, take a look at the official promo of the finale episode to get some insight into how the 10th season ended.
Chicago P.D. Season 11: Who will return in the cast?
The main cast members of the series who are expected to reprise are as follows Jason Beghe as Sergeant Hank Voight, Jesse Lee Soffer as Senior Detective Jay Halstead, Tracy Spiridakos as Detective Hailey Upton, Marina Squerciati as Officer Kim Burgess, Patrick John Flueger as Officer Adam Ruzek, LaRoyce Hawkins as Officer Kevin Atwater, Benjamin Levy Aguilar as Officer Dante Torres, and Amy Morton as Desk Sergeant Trudy Platt.
In addition to Wolf, executive producers are Gwen Sigan, Chad Saxton, Rick Eid, Derek Haas, Gavin Harris, Jason Beghe, Arthur Forney, Peter Jankowski, and Michael Brandt. “Chicago P.D.” is produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, in association with Wolf Entertainment.
Chicago P.D. Season 11 Episodes and Streaming Options
The show has received a 22-episode order, which will have an average runtime of 40 to 44 minutes, from Universal Television, which produces the shows in association with Wolf Entertainment. The exact episode title and synopsis of the upcoming season haven’t been released, as there is still time for such information to be released; otherwise, it can lead to major spoilers leaking beforehand, which the network will try its best to avoid.
When available, the entire three series of the One Chicago franchise will be available to stream on NBC, 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 for free on the NBC official website, where the episodes are published after they air on the channel in their respective time slots. The previous seasons are also available to stream for free on IMDb TV, based on the user’s location.
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— One Chicago (@NBCOneChicago) May 20, 2023
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