This week, in the OneChicago crossover, we found two of the best squads get together to deal with one of the deadliest national crises — the opioid addiction. In the Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. crossover that aired on February 26, 2020, part 1 concludes with Sean Roman reuniting with his former team to investigate his missing sister.
Well, do you want to know what happened in the last episode? We have covered what ensued in episode 15 in our brief recap section. So, move ahead with caution from here on. You might not want any spoilers! Additionally, we have also covered the details of the upcoming episode, i.e Chicago P.D season 7 episode 16.
Chicago P.D. Season 7 Episode 16 Release Date: When Will It Premiere?
‘Chicago P.D.’ Season 7 Episode 16, titled ‘Intimate Violence’, will premiere on Wednesday, March 4, 2020, on NBC at 10 p.m. EST/9 p.m CST.
Here’s what to expect from the upcoming episode as per the official synopsis: “An armed robbery case quickly turns into a homicide investigation. When one suspect’s background suggests domestic violence, Upton is forced to reckon with her childhood. Voight and Halstead butt heads over Halstead’s righteous instinct.”
You can also watch its promo clip below:
Where to Watch Chicago P.D. Season 7 Episode 16 Online?
You can catch the latest episodes of ‘Chicago P.D’ immediately when they are released by tuning in to NBC at the above time slot with a cable subscription.
Chicago P.D. Season 7 Episode 15 Recap:
As we covered in the recap of Chicago Fire season 7 episode 15, Sean Roman is back. His sister Sarah ran away from home and her boyfriend Logan is a drug dealer. The PD crew links the rising drug-related deaths to Logan, then to Sarah, and finally, Sean. Sean is temporarily made a member of Intelligence and is partnered with Burgess to crack the case.
Soon the duo discovers a lead on Sarah and tracks her to a house. Further searching leads them to her frozen dead body in the snow. Evidence proves that before that, she had been beaten and strangled and then left in the cold to freeze to death. An autopsy reveals Logan’s DNA in Sarah’s fingernails. Intelligence soon sets off to arrest him and by the time they find him, he is also dead. According to the team, Logan’s supplier Leon Miller might have murdered him.
When the crew takes Miller into custody, he denies all charges. The cops also find a witness but his statements are blatant lies. Burgess digs further and discovers that there’s proof pointing toward Sean as the killer. But when Burgess confronts him, he denies the allegations. Burgess believes him and decides to cover for him. But when Voight investigates the case, he soon realizes that Sean was indeed responsible and decides to bury everything while allowing Sean to leave as a free man.