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Voight (Jason Beghe) isn't afraid to break the rules in order to bring down the bad guys on Chicago P.D. and now it looks like some of those darker deeds are finally coming to light. With Bingham's (Joseph Sikora) body turning up and independent auditor Denny Woods (Mykelti Williamson) asking a lot of questions, he might not be able to outrun his checkered past. But even as a storm of consequences comes barreling towards him, the head of Intelligence will continue to fight the good fight for justice.
"Voight has an interesting constitution as a cop and as a man. He's always trying to get the bad guy. That will never change," showrunner Rick Eid tells TV Guide.
However, taking on the city's worst will become all the more difficult now that he's being looked at as a suspect in the murder of the guy who killed his son. And since Woods has no intention of letting go of his personal vendetta against the sergeant, Voight won't be able to just sweep this under the rug like he's done many times before.
"I think the discovery of Bingham's body and [Denny Woods' desire] to bring down Voight will definitely impact the way the season goes and test his loyalties and the team's loyalty," Eid explained. "[That discovery] is going to be a major part of the rest of the season. It didn't just happen, it's going to be part of the storyline."
Voight may soon find himself backed into a corner but as we've already seen, he has a penchant for fighting his way out of seemingly impossible situations. The big question is whether or not Woods will be the one to actually take him down once and for all or if Voight can somehow pull out another victory.
Brace yourselves, things are about to get really messy.