Sex and death? Why not?! That’s what it sounds like is coming on ‘Chicago P.D.’ between tonight’s penultimate and next week’s finale.
Just from the trailer, we know that Chicago P.D. will take on quite a touching topic this week, involving a little girl witnessing something very scary. While the trailer focuses a ton on Lindsay (Sophia Bush) and how she copes with it, we also know that she’ll be leaning on — who else — Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer). We chatted with Jesse, and well, you’re going to want to hear this.
“There’s definitely going to be some Linstead love making between now and the end of the season,” Jesse told us on Wednesday while promoting his new partnership with Harley Davidson. “Tonight’s episode is going to be an exciting one — Lindsay is going to get into it deep with a little girl on that has witnessed something terrible. It’s always tough, always sensitive when we bring kids into it; it will always tug on the heartstrings.”
As for the finale, well he can’t say too much — other than “there’s chance not everyone’s going to make it out alive!” He also added that Voight will have “some real issues,” and from the just released photos, we can see that his son isn’t doing too well, and we knew that was coming.
Speaking of family, the Chicago one isn’t ending anytime soon. Dick Wolf just added a new series to NBC’s lineup, Chicago Justice, which we saw a glimpse of last week. “It’s another class — one one giant fraternity,” Jesse said. “The freshman are coming in — so there has to be a little hazing. We’re not sure what though.” I kindly reminded him that hazing Carl Weathers may not go over so well.
He may even have to work with Carl next season! When talking hopes for season four, he revealed he’d love to see Halstead in a “sticky situation” and ending up on the stand. “Maybe he’ll get in trouble for doing something he shouldn’t. We like to play with those gray lines of how far you’ll go to do the right thing.” And Jesse personally, is all about the right thing. He’s currently partnering with Harley Davidson and is going to be one of the first to test drive their new roadster. Plus, after meeting so many first responders on the show, he revealed that he really connects with their new program, allowing active and retired military as well as all first responders to learn to ride for free. Find out more about the program here.
Then tune into Chicago P.D. at 10PM on Wednesdays on NBC.