Chicago P.D. is saying goodbye to certainly one of its movie movie stars.
Sophia Bush is departing the NBC cop drama after four periods.
The departure uses a surprising season finale in which Bush’s character, Det. Erin Lindsay, ended up being up against going to ny for the assignment that is undercover the FBI’s counter-terrorism product so that you can protect her distressed mom, Bunny (Markie Post), who had become embroiled in a murder research.
The possible work modification additionally came in the same way Lindsay’s on-and-off boyfriend, Det. Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer), ended up being thinking about proposing.
Offscreen, here is the change that is latest for Chicago P.D., that also recently saw the departure of show regular Jon Seda, whom relocated to Chicago Justice, plus the exit of co-creator and showrunner Matt Olmstead, who left for a profitable overall cope with ABC Studios.
Along with Olmstead, administrator producers Michael Brandt and Mark Tinker additionally left during the final end of period four. Rick Eid, whom of late offered as showrunner of legislation and Order: SVU, will need over as showrunner for Chicago P.D’s future season that is fifth where it’s going to strike its 100th episode.
( it stays to be noticed if Seda will come back to Chicago P.D. after Chicago Justice’s termination previously this week.)
Bush ended up being certainly one of a few actors brought onto Chicago P.D. after the backdoor pilot had been shown as being a period one bout of Chicago Fire. Bush, as well as Soffer and Patrick John Flueger, had been brought onto the Dick Wolf procedural after starring together in NBC’s Hatfields & McCoys pilot, that has been perhaps not picked as much as show. Continue reading “Sophia Bush Making ‘Chicago P.D.’ After Four Periods”