Chicago P.D. season 4 to premiere on September 21, 2016
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About the show
Chicago P.D. is an American crime drama and police procedural television series that is currently airing on the NBC channel in the United States. The police drama series was created by Dick Wolf and Matt Olmstead who also both serve as executive producers on the show alongside Michael Brandt, Derek Haas, Danielle Gelber, Peter Jankowski, Joe Chappelle and Mark Tinker. Chicago P.D. is produced for NBC by Wolf Films and Universal Television. Season 1 of Chicago P.D. debuted on the NBC channel on January 8, 2014.
The storyline of Chicago P.D. revolves around officers working at the Chicago Police Department’s District 21. Every day they chase and capture the perpetrators of Chicago street offenses. Chicago P.D. stars J.B. Smoove, Jason Beghe, Jesse Lee Soffer, Jon Seda, Kelly Blatz, LaRoyce Hawkins, and Mykelti Williamson.
Viewer reception and chances of renewal
Season 3 of Chicago P.D. premiered on the NBC channel in the US on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 10pm ET/PT and for now it is set to consist of 22 one-hour episodes. In the previous season, the series has averaged 7.12 million viewers, which was an impressive 11% growth when compared to the debut season of the show. In the current, third season, after airing just a few episodes to date, Chicago P.D. is averaging 6.5 million viewers which is slightly lower than in season 2, but on par with season 1. The reviews have been mixed, but we all know that it doesn’t matter if the series continues to be a cash cow for the network. Since there has been no word yet from NBC about the fate of a fourth season, check back with us for the latest news, or subscribe to our notifications and get the premiere date of Chicago P.D. season 4 automatically sent to your inbox as soon as it is announced.
UPDATED November 10, 2015: It seems like Dick Wolf can do no wrong for NBC. After the ratings success of his drama series Chicago Fire, the spin-off series, Chicago P.D., which debuted its third run on September 30th, has just been also officially renewed for another season. The renewal news came as no surprise because the show has delivered very solid ratings: it is currently averaging 6.4 million viewers per episode. Since the network is yet to schedule the release date for a new season, check back with us for the latest news, or subscribe to our notifications and get the premiere date of Chicago P.D. season 4 automatically sent to your inbox as soon as it is announced. Also, don’t miss the premiere of another spin-off series, Chicago Med, on November 17th on NBC.
UPDATED December 18, 2015: The NBC’s hit police drama series has aired its mid-season finale on November 18th before going on a holiday break. Season 3B of Chicago P.D. will return to the small screen with the remaining 13 episodes on Wednesday, January 6, 2016. As we have already informed you earlier, the show had been renewed for another run to air in 2016. Sign up for our notifications and we will send you a reminder of the release date of new episodes one day before they premiere.
UPDATED June 16, 2016: A 23-episode third installment of the highly-rated crime drama Chicago P.D. has just finished airing in the US less than a month ago, on May 25, 2016. The hit series was renewed for another run a while ago thanks to its impressive ratings’ performance (a third installment has averaged almost 7 million viewers per episode), and the NBC network has just scheduled the premiere date for the upcoming fourth chapter. It was announced as part of the network’s unveiling of its 2016 fall programming schedule. New episodes will begin airing in the US on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 10pm ET/PT. Sign up for our updates and we will email you an automated reminder of the release date of Chicago P.D. season 4 one day before it comes out.