Despite that Chicago P.D. is currently in its sixth installment, the show is continuing to gain the viewing audience that allows us to think that there must be at least a ten-season television rally of the police procedural series. The season premiere has garnered 7.14 million viewers with a 1.2/6 key demo rating/share among adults (P18-49). The viewership remained steady within the following episodes, and even grew up to 8.91 million viewers in S06E15 titled "Good Men."
Talking about the reception, which the sixth round of the show has received from critics and viewers, it was mixed but at the same time mostly favorable. On Rotten Tomatoes, Chicago P.D. Season 6 holds a score of 4.4/5 and a 88% approval rating from critics, while on Metacritic, the sixth season of Chicago P.D. has a rating of 50/100. Despite the ambivalent critical consensus, an overall score of the show is still very high, 8.1/10 based on approx. 23,000 votes on IMDb.
Summing up, as mentioned above, the future of Chicago P.D. looks promising and, in our opinion, there must be not only Chicago P.D. Season 8 but at least Season 9 & 10, in case if the show manages to keep such impressive viewing figures.
Chicago P.D. Season 7 Release Date
As we have mentioned above, Chicago P.D. Season 7 is set to premiere on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 10 p.m. on NBC. However, occasionally, a network could change its programming slate. If we learn some additional data about any possible shifts in the schedule of NBC, we will update this section. So guys, stay tuned for updates. We will keep you informed.
Chicago P.D. Summary
The story focuses on an elite squad of Chicago cops Led by Detective Sergeant Hank Voight. The unit deals with the city's most complicated crimes such as drug trafficking, mobs, high profile murders and other cases. In an attempt to protect his hometown from the most dangerous criminals, Voight in conjunction with his unit uses his unusual approach to justice. However, in the modern day Chicago, it is becoming more and more complicated to use such methods in fighting crime.