Chicago PD Season 10 Episode 12: On Wednesday, January 18, 2023, at 10 p.m. ET, the twelfth episode of season 10 of Chicago PD will premiere. On September 21, 2022, NBC showed the first episode of the tenth season of the police procedural TV show.
I Can Let You Go, the 12th episode of Chicago PD’s 10th season might last 44 minutes.
Chicago PD is the second show in the Chicago franchise from Wolf Entertainment. Dick Wolf and Matt Olmstead made it. The first show in the franchise was Chicago Fire. Chicago Med will complete the franchise’s trio of shows. The creators of the Chicago franchise, also called One Chicago, are Derek Haas and Michael Brandt.
Chicago PD Season 10 Episode 12 Release Date
On January 18, 2022, at 10 p.m. EST on NBC, you can catch the twelfth episode of Season 10 of Chicago PD. This show may be seen on Citytv every Wednesday at 10 p.m. Eastern Time in Canada and on Sky in the United Kingdom.
Chicago PD Season 10 Episode 12 Preview
Disillusionment with life in general and her marriage, in particular, is not helping Hailey maintain emotional stability. There has been a lot of buildup to a clash between her and Sean throughout the season. Chicago P.D.’s “I Can Let You Go” is the title of the season’s twelfth episode, which airs on April 1. In this instalment, Sean’s fixation with reconciling with Hailey will continue to be a driving plot point. Sean’s pattern of harassment includes constantly calling Hailey’s house and teasing her with information about a missing woman. With the murderer’s intent to mess with her head, Hailey has no choice but to engage with him and try to comprehend his clues. Voight (Jason Beghe) will be featured in the show again, and Sean and Hailey will be the primary focus.
Chicago PD Season 10 Episode 12 Cast
- Jason Beghe as Hank Voight
- Tracy Spiridakos as Hailey Upton
- Marina Squerciati as Kim Burgess
- Patrick John Flueger as Adam Ruzek
- LaRoyce Hawkins as Kevin Atwater
- Benjamin Levy Aguilar as Dante Torres
- Amy Morton as Trudy Platt
- Matt Philliben as Ross Newhouse