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    Not that any of us are suprised but Chicago P.D has been renewed for another season with sister show Chicago Fire also being renewed for a third season!

    The three scripted one-hour dramas will return for the 2014-15 season, joining The Blacklist, The Voice and Celebrity Apprentice. Parks and Recreation also was officially picked up for a seventh season.

    NBC is currently the top-rated network among broadcasters in the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic and is enjoying a 20 percent improvement compared to last year, with its highest rating, 25 weeks into the season, in six years. The renewed scripted dramas — as well as Parks and Recreation — mark the first returning series to earn early pickups. All four shows hail from NBC’s studio counterpart, Universal Television.

    PHOTOS: Broadcast TV’s Returning Shows 2014-15

    Chicago Fire will return for a third season after proving a reliable performer for NBC on Tuesdays, regularly winning its 10 p.m. slot with an average of a 3.1 rating among adults 18-49 and an average of 10.6 million viewers. The series, from exec producer Dick Wolf, is up 35 percent year over year in the demo and 33 percent among total viewers. Its move from Wednesdays to Tuesdays this season helped the network improve in the 10 p.m. slot by 24 percent in the demo.

    Spinoff Chicago P.D., starring Sophia Bush and also produced by Wolf, becomes the network’s second freshman drama to earn a sophomore season (The Blacklist was given an early renewal in December for a second run). The series is averaging a 2.5 rating among adults 18-49 and 8.9 million total viewers, retaining 94 percent of its Law & Order: SVU lead-in and 97 percent among total viewers when factoring in DVR viewing. P.D. has generated NBC’s nine best 18-49 results win in its Wednesdays at 10 p.m. slot, excluding the Olympics and SNL specials.

    Episode 7: The Price We Pay

    Here is the promo for next week’s episode!

    Sophia Bush and the ‘Chicago P.D.’/’SVU’ Crossover

    The more we watch, the more plum a gig on “Chicago P.D.” looks. After all, they get to travel… and not just the two and a half blocks to Firehouse 51 from “Chicago Fire.” Wednesday night, they’re headed to New York.

    Sophia Bush’s character, Erin Lindsay, heads to the big city for help on a case from none other than the cops of “Law & Order: SVU.” That’s right: The worlds of Dick Wolf, executive producer of both “Chicago” shows and the entire “Law & Order” franchise, are about to collide.

    And, yes, she’ll be sharing the screen with Mariska Hargitay.

    “It’s very cool to be learning from them,” Bush told Yahoo TV during high tea in New York City last month. “They’re giving us all the inside scoop on the ‘Law & Order’ empire and what that working experience has been like.”

    When Lindsay’s visit to the 16th precinct in NYC ends, she and her squad will be getting a visit from Ice-T and Kelly Giddish’s Fin Tutuola and Amanda Rollins to help with a case the official NBC synopsis describes as, “a series of rapes/murders.”

    “It’s a special victims crime that brings them there,” Bush said coyly. “It’s interesting just to see the way that they help our unit work that case, because that’s not our specialty.”

    As a big fan of the entire “L&O” franchise, Bush had difficulty containing herself in the presence of some of its biggest stars.

    “Kelly Giddish is radical. We had a ball on set,” she gushed. “I’d have these surreal experiences where we’re sitting in the bullpen having a conversation and I’m on the edge of my desk talking about what’s going on with this crime and I turn and I’m like, ‘Oh my god! It’s Tutuola. Hi!’ It’s just crazy. It was a very cool, sort of full-circle, fandom moment for me.”

    But that wasn’t the only thing that surprised her.

    “Coco came to set [with Ice-T],” she recalled. “By the way, she is the tiniest human I’ve ever seen which I didn’t know. It’s so deceptive. They’re so lovely and hilarious together.”

    “Law & Order: SVU” airs at 9 p.m., followed by “Chicago P.D.” at 10 p.m., both on NBC.

     

    Google+ Hangout with Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D.

    Check out the awesome Q&A with the wonderful cast – it really makes you love both casts so much more.

    Chicago P.D & Fire Q&A

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    Two squads. One city. Next week, the #ChicagoPD and Chicago Fire actors will be answering YOUR questions live from The Museum of Broadcast Communications.

    POST your questions by clicking on the Q&A button now: http://bit.ly/1nzn8hQ

    ’Chicago PD’ is casting for extras!

    You’ve heard Garry talk about this. Now, be part of Garry Meier’s International Filming. Garry can put your mug on “Chicago PD.” It’s Where’s Garry’s Listeners (Chicago PD Edition). Here’s the information:

    TO Submit to be a Paid extra on “Chicago PD,” the hit TV series, set in and filmed entirely on location in Chicago, please follow below.

    IMPORTANT PLEASE READ

    To be considered read the following instructions and send an email with the following information* EXACTLY as described
    *18 years and over only at this , time thank you.

    This Friday Valentines Day 2014, Marinella Hume Casting is seeking Paid Extras for a Night shoot in Chicago. (This will be an overnight shoot and could go until sun up early Sat morning )

    We are in need of extras to work on Valentines Day , So not only will you be in a TV series on Prime Time TV, but who knows, you could meet your significant other! It’s a fun way to mingle, Hollywood Style, and surround yourself with new friends, all while being paid!

    So..if you have ever wanted to be in Showbiz, here is your chance to participate and be a part of the action!

    We are looking for a very diverse scenario of extras including:

    Real Doctors and Nurses with their own scrubs, Orderlies and Medical Professional types, EMT/ Paramedics with their own Chicago EMT Uniform.
    Real Amputees, ages 18 and over for a very surreal scene.
    Real Chicago Police Officers with their own Chicago Police Uniforms.
    Civil Servant Workers (Red Cross types,etc.)
    Homeland Security Types, ATF Agents (looking for the classic ‘Secret Service” haircut, physically fit and strong stern looking men and women)
    Pedestrians of all looks and walks of life
    We may even make your car a “star “

    So what are you waiting for? Apply now!

    Include the following information:

    Email to: mhchicago14@gmail.com

    Name:
    Age:
    Contact Phone Number:
    Location:
    Email:
    Height:
    Weight:
    Waist:
    Inseam:
    Shoe:
    Jacket:
    Blouse/Dress Size:
    Car year make model color- We pay extra to use your car in the scene !
    PLEASE NOTE ANY TATTOOS YOU HAVE AND LOCATION OF TATTOOS

    List Days You are NOT Available: (ex: Not available Tuesdays and Thursdays, etc)
    We shoot Monday thru Friday, 12 hour days. Please keep that in mind when accepting a booking. You cannot leave to pick up kids, walk dog, doctor’s appointments, etc. If you are available all days please put TOTAL AVAILABILITY in the body of the email.

    Please attach three (3) current snapshots of the following angles. NO PROFESSIONAL PICTURES. Make sure photos are well lit and of only yourself.

    1.) Waist Up picture
    2.) Head & Shoulder picture
    3.) Full body shot, head to toe.

    Make sure to note the role you are submitting for in the subject line of your email.

    While we love the enthusiasm of some of you, it is not necessary to submit multiple times a day or multiple times for a single role. Thanks!

    Sophia Interview on Chicago P.D.

     

     Last weekend, actress Sophia Bush took a break from filming—she’s the star of NBC’s new Chicago Fire spin-off, Chicago PD—to give back during Barefoot Wine’s Soles of the Year Event, which this year benefited Trio Animal Foundation. We caught up with Sophia at the event to talk about the show and how she’s been spending her extended time in Chicago while filming.

    What were some of the challenges or preparations for your role as Erin Lindsay in Chicago PD?
    SOPHIA BUSH: We began preparing for the show with a full week of boot camp with the Chicago [Police Department]; we spent time with intelligence officers, who are working undercover, to learn about their lives and the stresses of the job; we spent time doing tactical training with the SWAT team, as well as drive training. It was a serious process, and also so inspiring. Most of us have no idea how hard these men and women work so that we can sleep soundly at night. I am in awe of them.

    Have you discovered any great restaurants here? 
    SB: I’ve been trying to hit so many restaurants here! Avec (615 W. Randolph St., 312-377-2002), Mott Street(1401 N. Ashland Ave., 773-687-9977), Fat Rice(2957 W. Diversey Ave., 773-661-9170), and Sunda(110 W. Illinois St., 312-644-0500). And I have officially discovered the world’s best turkey sandwich at J.P. Graziano deli(901 W. Randolph St., 312-666-4587). This city is food heaven.

    Anything else you’ve enjoyed?
    SB: I love how many great museums there are in the city. There is so much art and vibrancy. And of course, hockey games!

    Is there anything you haven’t yet done or seen that you hope to while in Chicago?  
    SB: I’m hoping to make it to more Bulls games.

    What do you miss most about LA while being here?
    SB: LA is my home, so I always miss it: my family, best friends, and sleeping in my own bed. But Chicago is such a great city, and it’s really become my home away from home. I’m very happy here.

    What can viewers expect in the coming episodes/seasons of Chicago PD?
    SB: Hold on to your hats, people! The rest of the season has us in for quite a ride. We have a crossover coming up with Law & Order: SVU when we return to air on February 26, and then a big crossover episode with Chicago Fire as well. It’ll be action-packed, and you’ll also learn more and more about our characters and what makes them tick.

    Read more at http://michiganavemag.com/the-latest/talk-of-the-town/postings/sophia-bush-talks-chicago-pd#yuxTQsjB7lDWkdt4.99

    Behind the Scenes Photos

    I personally think that we are pretty lucky with the huge amount of coverage we get from the cast themselves and the great behind the scenes photos they post across social media.
    Find all the behind the scenes photos taken from all official sources:

    Home > Chicago PD: Season One > Behind the Scenes

     

    Gallery Updates

    The gallery has been updated with a few additional as well as a new event! Credit to Noah Bean Daily for these images!

    Photoshoots > 2014 > 8th January: Chicago P.D. Portraits

    Events/Appearances > 2013 > May 13 – 2013 NBC Upfront Presentation Red Carpet Event

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