He may be gone, but Jin definitely won't be forgotten when Chicago P.D. returns for Season 2 this fall.
"It shakes everybody up," showrunner Matt Olmstead tells TVGuide.com, "definitely for the next three or four episodes until people can re-galvanize as a family, but people have some hard feelings about how it all goes down...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the season finale of Chicago P.D. Read at your own risk!]
Chicago P.D. showrunner Matt Olmstead wasn't exaggerating when he told TVGuide.com about an unexpected death that would send shockwaves through the team. In the final moments of Wednesday's season finale, Voight (Jason Beghe) met Internal Affairs Sgt. Edwin Stillwell (Ian Bohen) at the scene of a homicide, and the victim was...
The body count just keeps rising on Chicago P.D.
The cop drama, which killed off one of its own in the very first episode, will also end its inaugural season with another major fatality. The death will come as a result of the recent secret meetings between the Intelligent Unit's tech and surveillance expert, Jin (Archie Kao), and Voight's Internal Affairs handler,Sgt. Edwin Stillwell (Ian Bohen).
A question mark. That pretty much sums up my feelings for this episode of CSI. What a bizarre ride this one was. I'm an outspoken guy and usually have plenty of words to convey my feelings, but I'm not sure what to say for this one. I can't take the straight-up recap approach because there was only about 10 minutes of new, interesting substance. So instead, I'm going to bullet-point my thoughts and you can feel free to comment on them. First of all, half of this episode was like a bad greatest-hits CD. Greatest-hits CDs are made for the casual fan or the newbie who's never listened before but would like a good summary of an artist. This episode wasn't even career-spanning but rather one of those late-period throw-offs. I would take a bet that the majority of regular viewers of CSI would have been able to remember the basics of the previous miniature crimes without having to recap them like this. I understand the other lab techs had to be brought up to speed, but there had to ...