Welcome back to yet another preview session of Chicago P.D. Well, first things first — Chicago P.D will go on a one-week break along with the other two shows from the One Chicago Universe, including Chicago Med and Chicago Fire. Now, if you wish to gather some insights about the future of the show, then read on. Scroll down to know everything about the upcoming episode i.e Chicago P.D season 7 episode 17.
Chicago P.D. Season 7 Episode 17 Release Date: When Will It Premiere?
‘Chicago P.D.’ Season 7 Episode 17, titled ‘Before the Fall’, will premiere on Wednesday, March 18, 2020, on NBC at 10 p.m. EST/9 p.m CST.
You can watch its promo clip below:
Where to Watch Chicago P.D. Season 7 Episode 17 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 16 Recap:
In episode 16, called ‘Intimate Violence’, we first meet Halstead, who is doing well after the shooting. He has been visiting his doctor regularly and his shoulder stiffness has also come down. He is now all set to get back to work. Although the doctor is a bit skeptical, Halstead resumes his duties and is teamed up with Upton again. She picks him up from the doctor’s office and heads to work, where on the way, they are forced to take a detour after getting a 911 distress call.
The call is regarding an armed robbery at a check-cashing store. The duo reaches the site and discovers several injured victims. When asking for eyewitnesses, one woman claims that she saw the attackers but did not notice many details. Even the cameras did not capture anything and it seems the guys knew the place. The team in the Intelligence Unit believes that the robbers must have had a lookout. When they check the cameras, their attention is diverted by a man named Jamal Meeky who is acting suspiciously. On questioning, Jamal reveals that he was indeed the lookout but not for the same guys. He then points the crew to another woman who is also behaving weirdly. Surprisingly, this is the same woman who had volunteered to act as the eyewitness earlier.
Further investigation reveals that the woman had given a fake name. Her real name is Michelle Sullivan and she works as a part-time florist. She reveals that she is afraid of her husband, who turns out to be Shane Sullivan — a criminal who had already served time for armed robbery. After his release, he rejoined his gang. The PD team then seeks Michelle’s help, telling her that if she cooperates, they would aid her in escaping from her abusive husband. Michelle agrees and wears the wire given to her by the cops. They then use this to track Shane and are finally able to arrest him.