The season 3 finale of the American police procedural drama series, “Chicago P.D.” has been the most electrifying for the show so far, with Hank Voight (Jason Beghe) killing and burying the man who appeared to be the one who murdered his son. And while everyone should be excited and hooked up as to the repercussions of Voight’s act of putting justice into his own hands, there is some level of certainty that it all leads to Erin Lindsay (Sophia Bush) left with no other choice but to seek comfort from Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer).
In the final episode of the previous season, Lindsay had all the chance to stop Voight from what he was about to do, but she couldn’t dare to. And with Voight obviously devastated, there might be a lot of chaos in the first episodes of season 4, while Lindsay will turn to someone familiar to help her get through the process.
Bush, who plays Lindsay’s character in the NBC drama, told Entertainment Weekly that Jay is the individual to whom she needs to lean on. “Jay is really the one person that she has in her world that she can trust who is safe… Jay has her back,” Bush said. She added that Voight was supposedly the “stabilizing factor” in her life, but because he isn’t expected to be stable himself, she is forced to go to Jay.
Meanwhile, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that a guest star will be appearing in the new season of “Chicago P.D.” Actress Li Jun Li, according to the report, will be playing the role of Julie Tay, the new partner of Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati). In season 3, Burgess’ partner and lover, Sean Roman (Brian Geraghty) got injured and appeared to leave field duty for an office job.
Season 4 of “Chicago P.D.” returns to NBC on Sept. 21.