Detective Jarek Wysocki, one of Chicago's toughest cops, struggles to clean up the town's violence and corruption.

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Shawn Ryan
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Series cast summary:
Jason Clarke ...  Jarek Wysocki 13 episodes, 2011
Jennifer Beals ...  Teresa Colvin 13 episodes, 2011
Matt Lauria ...  Caleb Evers 13 episodes, 2011
Devin Kelley ...  Vonda Wysocki 13 episodes, 2011
Todd Williams ...  Isaac Joiner 13 episodes, 2011
Billy Lush ...  Liam Hennessey 13 episodes, 2011
Delroy Lindo ...  Alderman Ronin Gibbons 13 episodes, 2011
Phillip Edward Van Lear Phillip Edward Van Lear ...  Ellis Hicks 7 episodes, 2011
Cynthia Kaye McWilliams ...  Lilly Beauchamp 7 episodes, 2011
Warren Kole ...  Ray Bidwell 5 episodes, 2011
Patrick Gough ...  Will Gainey 5 episodes, 2011
Madison Dirks Madison Dirks ...  Mikey 5 episodes, 2011
Mary Hollis Inboden ...  Mary 5 episodes, 2011
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Series follows the vendetta between an honest (female) police superintendent, Teresa Colvin and a corrupt Alderman named Gibbons, as she tries to prove Gibbons has ties to some criminals. And at the center is Cole's point man Jarek Wysocki, probably the most honest cop in the Chicago PD, who tries to clean up the city as well. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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He built an empire of corruption.

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Action | Crime | Drama

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The titles to each episode are a reference to either an historical event or a historical person(s) with ties to Chicago. See more »

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Featured in The Wright Stuff: Episode #15.95 (2011) See more »

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Written by Robert Duncan
Performed by Billy Corgan
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Excellent
23 May 2011 | by binky8177See all my reviews

I didn't watch this show much when it started but after I caught a few episodes here and there throughout the season, I wish I had watched the entire season. I found each of the episodes I watched to be very entertaining and exciting. I watched the last 4 or 5 episodes regularly, which was very easy since I was watching House in the time slot immediately before Chicago Code. While watching the final episodes, particularly the episodes during the last 2 weeks of the season, I couldn't help feeling extremely frustrated that the show had been cancelled by Fox. I think it had a lot of promise and that promise was thrown aside. I wish that Fox would have taken a chance on a show like this and ditched some of the stupid reality shows that seem to permeate every network's schedule now-a-days. Hopefully Fox will replace it with an equally entertaining or more exciting show next season and not more of that BS reality garbage. R.I.P. The Chicago Code


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7 February 2011 (USA) See more »

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