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Det. Hailey Upton is returning to Chicago Pd. TVLine reports Tracy Spiridakos has been promoted to series regular for season five of the NBC TV show.Spiridakos first appeared as Detective Upton in season four of the cop procedural. The series' cast also includes Sophia Bush, Patrick John Flueger, Laroyce Hawkins, Elias Koteas, Jon Seda, Jesse Lee Soffer, Marina Squerciati, and Amy Morton.Read More… »
Chicago P.D. is losing Det. Erin Lindsay, but the Intelligence unit won’t be without some girl power this fall.
Tracy Spiridakos, who recurred as Det. Hailey Upton during Season 4 of the NBC drama, has been promoted to series regular for the upcoming run, TVLine has learned.
A member of the robbery homicide unit, Upton clashed with Voight when she was first introduced in a May episode. She eventually earned the Sergeant’s respect — and even a spot on his unit while Burgess took a leave of absence. »
Wendell Pierce is coming to NBC. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Wire star has joined season five of Chicago Pd.Pierce will play "Alderman Ray Price, a shrewd, intelligent and determined Teflon politician who seemingly plays neutral and picks sides all at once" on the upcoming season of the cop procedural. The cast also includes Sophia Bush, Patrick John Flueger, Laroyce Hawkins, Elias Koteas, Jon Seda, Jesse Lee Soffer, Marina Squerciati, and Amy Morton.Read More… »
It appears Jamie Lanister will be storming Springfield to pay Fox’s The Simpsons a visit.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau will lend his voice to the long-running animated series in the upcoming episode “The Serfsons” — described as “a love letter to the fantasy genre” — EW.com reports.
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Details on Coster-Waldau’s character are being kept under wraps, however executive producer Matt Selman hinted that the character will be quite similar to the Game of Thrones “Kingslayer” and that he has “a surprising and sexy connection to one of the main characters.”
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We’ve got some casting news for you that can definitely be classified as a “code red.”
Alec Baldwin has signed on to star in NBC’s upcoming live production of A Few Good Men; the Emmy-winning actor (30 Rock, SNL) will play Col. Nathan Jessup, the hard-edged Marine famously played by Jack Nicholson in the 1992 film version. The play centers on Navy lawyer Daniel Kaffee (played by Tom Cruise in the film), who’s charged with defending a pair of Marines facing court-martial for killing a fellow Marine. Baldwin’s casting is the first to be announced so far.
The town of Midnight, Texas may reside on a veil between the world of the living and literal hell, but the ghostly vision in this exclusive sneak peek definitely feels like a dip into the underworld.
Adapted from the best-selling book trilogy from True Blood author Charlaine Harris, NBC’s upcoming supernatural drama follows newly relocated psychic/medium Manfred (The Borgias’ François Arnaud) as he adjusts to life in the titular town. His new neighbors (of both the human and supernatural variety) include: a witch (Luke Cage’s Parisa Fitz-Henley); an angel (Sex and the City’s Jason Lewis); a »
A familiar face is returning to Chicago P.D.
Jon Seda will be back on the police series after spending half a season on the now-canceled Chicago Justice, according to The Hollywood Reporter. On the show, his character Detective Antonio Dawson left the Intelligence Unit for a job in the State's
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- Megan Vick
Jon Seda is returning to “Chicago Pd” ahead of the NBC procedural’s fifth season, Variety has learned.
Seda portrayed Det. Antonio Dawson up until Season 4 of “Chicago Pd,” when his character left for a job as lead investigator of the State’s Attorney’s Office on the spinoff series “Chicago Justice.” However, “Chicago Justice” was canceled by NBC after just one season.
“It’s a pleasure to have Jon back on ‘Chicago P.D.,'” executive producer Dick Wolf said. “We have been working together for more than 20 years and I hope there are many more to come.” Seda previously appeared on Wolf’s “Law & Order” in 1997, and guest starred on “Law & Order: Svu” as Dawson in 2016.
- Joe Otterson
Chicago P.D. is welcoming back a familiar face.
Former series star Jon Seda is set to return as Det. Antonio Dawson for the fifth season of the NBC cop drama, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The news comes after the cancelation of Chicago Justice. Seda exited Chicago P.D. midway through season four to become a series regular on the spinoff, the fourth in Dick Wolf's Chicago franchise. Onscreen, his character transferred from the Intelligence Unit to a slightly more stable job working as an investigator for the State's Attorney's Office.
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- Kate Stanhope
In the wake of Chicago Justice‘s cancellation, the actor will return to the police drama as a series regular for Season 5, TVLine has learned.
Seda departed P.D. in the middle of Season 4 to join the legal offshoot, where his detective character Antonio Dawson transitioned into working as an investigator in the district attorney’s office. But the move was short-lived: Justice was axed in late May.
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Chicago Justice may have been cancelled, but fans can still watch it at home. TV Shows On DVD reports the NBC TV series is coming to DVD soon.Part of Dick Wolf's Chicago franchise, the legal drama follows the prosecutors and investigators who make up the State’s Attorney’s team. The NBC cast includes Philip Winchester, Carl Weathers, Monica Barbaro, Joelle Carter, and Jon Seda.Read More… »
Network: NBC. Episodes: 13 (hour). Seasons: One. TV show dates: March 1, 2017 — May 14, 2017. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Philip Winchester, Carl Weathers, Monica Barbaro, Joelle Carter, and Jon Seda. TV show description: The fourth series in Dick Wolf's Chicago franchise, the Chicago Justice TV show follows the prosecutors and investigators who make up the State’s Attorney’s team. In order to pursue justice, these professionals must negotiate the choppy waters of city politics. Armed with a resolute respect for the law, they work the Windy City's most consequential cases. Often under intense media scrutiny, the team must be mindful of both prevailing community sentiment and political power grabs. Read More… »
Vulture WatchIs there any justice in the Windy City? Has the Chicago Justice TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on NBC? The television vulture is watching for the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Chicago Justice season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About?Airing on the NBC television network, Chicago Justice stars Philip Winchester, Carl Weathers, Monica Barbaro, Joelle Carter, and Jon Seda. As the fourth series in Dick Wolf's Chicago franchise, this legal drama follows the prosecutors and investigators who make up the State’s Attorney’s team. The story centers on Peter Stone (Winchester), the dogged Deputy Chief of the Special Prosecutions Bureau. A single-minded man, Stone often goes head-to-head with Mark Jefferies (Carl), the politically »
NBC has had some great ratings success with their Chicago TV shows. Now, they're introducing a fourth one called Chicago Justice. Will it be a hit? Is it sure to be renewed for a second season or, could it be the first in the franchise to be cancelled? Stay tuned. Airing on the NBC television network, Chicago Justice stars Philip Winchester, Carl Weathers, Monica Barbaro, Joelle Carter, and Jon Seda. As the fourth series in Dick Wolf's Chicago franchise, this legal drama follows the prosecutors and investigators who make up the State’s Attorney’s team. The story centers on Peter Stone (Winchester), the dogged Deputy Chief of the Special Prosecutions Bureau. A single-minded man, Stone often goes head-to-head with Mark Jefferies (Carl), the politically savvy Cook County State’s Attorney. Rounding out the team are Assistant State’s Attorney, Anna Valdez (Barbaro), Investigator Laura Nagel (Carter), and Chief Investigator Antonio Dawson (Seda), a former detective with the Chicago Pd's intelligence unit. »
It seems NBC has had enough of the "Windy City." Deadline reports the Chicago Justice TV show is cancelled; there will be no season two of the legal drama series. The latest in Dick Wolf's Chicago franchise, Chicago Justice follows the prosecutors and investigators who make up the State’s Attorney’s team. The NBC cast includes Philip Winchester, Carl Weathers, Monica Barbaro, Joelle Carter, and Jon Seda. Read More… »
“Chicago Justice” has been canceled after just one season at NBC, Variety has learned.
The series from superproducer Dick Wolf followed prosecutor Peter Stone (Philip Winchester), the ambitious Deputy Chief of the Special Prosecutions Bureau for the city of Chicago. The series also starred Carl Weathers, Monica Barbaro, Joelle Carter, and Jon Seda. In addition to Wolf, Michael S. Chernuchin, Matt Olmstead, Derek Haas, Michael Brandt, Arthur Forney, and Peter Jankowski serve as executive producers. Wolf Films produced in association with Universal Television.
The series was one of four “Chicago” shows produced by Wolf, along with “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago Med,” and “Chicago Pd.” All of the other three shows were renewed, as was Wolf’s other NBC series, “Law & Order: Svu.” This fall, NBC will air the first installment of the new Wolf-produced anthology series “Law & Order True Crime,” with Season 1 focusing on the case of the infamous Menendez brothers.
- Joe Otterson
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The legal offshoot was not on the network’s list of Chicago renewals earlier this month, which included pickups for Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D. and Chicago Med. Next season, P.D. will hit its milestone 100th episode, while Fire and Med are headed into their sixth and third season, respectively.
The true story of a traumatized young woman who sued the Anglican Church over sexual abuse she suffered as a 12-year-old is dramatized in the quietly powerful Australian feature “Don’t Tell.” Boasting a knockout performance by Sara West as the damaged-but-undeterred victim, and with excellent contributions from a heavyweight local cast including Jack Thompson, Aden Young and Rachel Griffiths, this first feature by director Tori Garrett is a little too restrained to satisfy everyone’s expectations of a high-velocity legal thriller. But its deep compassion and intelligent examination of an especially terrible type of injustice will win the day for many viewers. The film was released locally on May 18 and has the qualities to attract international exposure on various platforms.
“Don’t Tell,” which won the audience award at the Newport Beach Film Festival, is based on the book by Stephen Roche, the lawyer who represented a woman known »
- Richard Kuipers
By now most of you will have witnessed the Wtf moment in the debut episode of American Gods. And if somehow you’re confused by which moment I’m referring to, are you kidding me? To refresh your memory it involves a woman sucking the entirety of a man into her vagina mid-coitus. As shocking as this scene may be, television has never been shy about serving up unexpected moments throughout the years, so we decided to look back at some of the more memorable.
Warning! Some of these clips contain violence of a graphic nature. Viewer discretion is advised.
Oz (1997-2003) – Dino makes a quick exit
In the first episode of this gritty prison drama we are introduced to convict Dino Ortolani (Jon Seda), a member of the kitchen staff who seems to have an incredible ability to upset people and be disliked. His racism garners the admiration of the Aryan Brotherhood, »
- Tom Batt
“Law & Order: Svu” showrunner Rick Eid has exited the venerable procedural to take the top writing job at “Chicago P.D.” Eid takes over as showrunner for Matt Olmstead, who exited “P.D.” at the end of Season 4. Olmstead co-created “P.D.” with Dick Wolf, who also created the “Law & Order” franchise. A replacement has not yet been named for “Svu,” which was picked up for a 19th season on Friday. Also Read: How ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW Rank in Ratings Just Before Upfronts “P.D.,” which was renewed for Season 5 on Wednesday, stars Jason Beghe, Jon Seda, »
- Ryan Gajewski
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