What One Chicago fans can watch during Winter Olympics

Brian Tee (right) and Nathalie Kelley in a scene from The Fast & The Furious: Tokyo Drift. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Universal Pictures.
Brian Tee (right) and Nathalie Kelley in a scene from The Fast & The Furious: Tokyo Drift. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Universal Pictures. /

What should One Chicago fans watch during the Winter Olympics? Check out these other options featuring Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Chicago Med stars.

The 2018 Winter Olympics start this week on NBC, meaning that all three One Chicago shows will be off the air starting this Thursday.

Chicago Fire won’t return until March, while fans of Chicago Med and Chicago PD will get one last episode this week before both shows take a two-week hiatus.

So what are One Chicago fans going to watch during the Olympics? Well, as it turns out, there are a few viable alternatives featuring some of your favorite stars, starting the day before on Feb. 7.

Check out what related programs are on this week below. All times listed are ET, so check your local listings for specific air times and channels in your area. You can also catch up with the current seasons of each One Chicago series at any time on Hulu.

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Wednesday, Feb. 7: Chicago Med‘s Brian Tee in The Fast & The Furious: Tokyo Drift (Paramount, 4:30 p.m. ET)

Well before he landed the role of Dr. Ethan Choi on Chicago Med, Brian Tee starred as the antagonist in the third Fast & Furious film. He plays a top-notch Tokyo street racer known as The Drift King opposite Lucas Black (NCIS: New Orleans) as Sean Boswell and Nathalie Kelley (Dynasty, The Vampire Diaries).

FYI, the Paramount Network is the channel that was formerly known as Spike TV; the network changed its name last month.

Wednesday, Feb. 7: Chicago Justice‘s Philip Winchester in Law & Order: SVU (NBC, 9 p.m. ET)

This is the week that Philip Winchester brings his Chicago Justice character Peter Stone over to Law & Order: SVU. Get the details on his first episode here, and of course stay tuned after that for the last new Chicago PD before the Olympics.

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Friday, Feb. 9: Chicago PD‘s Sophia Bush in John Tucker Must Die (Starz Comedy, 11 p.m. ET)

Former Chicago PD star Sophia Bush was one of three women scorned in the 2006 black comedy John Tucker Must Die. She, singer-actress Ashanti and Arielle Kebbel (The Vampire Diaries) played three girls who discovered they were all being led on by high school basketball star John Tucker (as portrayed by Jesse Metcalfe from Dallas).

The movie airs on the premium cable channel Starz Comedy on Feb. 9 as well as Wednesday, Feb. 14 at 1:50 p.m. ET.

Saturday, Feb. 10: Chicago Med‘s Colin Donnell in Arrow (TNT, 3 a.m. ET) and Chicago Fire’s Eamonn Walker in ER (POP, various times ET)

Saturday brings us two One Chicago stars in earlier TV roles. Two episodes of Arrow featuring Chicago Med star Colin Donnell air at 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. ET, while on Saturday night fans can see three episodes of ER guest starring Eamonn Walker from Chicago Fire.

The Arrow episodes are “Darkness on the Edge of Town” (3 a.m.) and the Arrow season 1 finale “Sacrifice” (4 a.m.), while the ER installments are “Darfur” (5 p.m.), “No Place To Hide” (9 p.m.) and “There Are No Angels” (10 p.m.)

Sunday, Feb. 11: Chicago PD‘s Jason Beghe in Monkey Shines (Encore Suspense, 3:40 p.m. and 10:40 p.m. ET)

Ever want to see Jason Beghe starring opposite a monkey? Or Jason Beghe much, much earlier in his career? You can do that this weekend, when the premium cable network Encore Suspense is playing this 1988 movie starring the future Hank Voight as a quadriplegic whose service monkey starts carrying out his every demand. And we don’t mean just fetching him a pizza.

Monday, Feb. 12: Chicago Fire‘s Lauren German in Lucifer (FOX, 8 p.m. ET)

One of the few shows airing new episodes against the Winter Olympics is Lauren German‘s TV series Lucifer, which runs a fresh installment next Monday night. Lauren plays LAPD cop Chloe Decker, who investigates crimes with the help of the Devil (portrayed by Tom Ellis, Rush).

Anytime: Chicago Med’s Ato Essandoh in Altered Carbon season 1 (Netflix)

For those of you with Netflix subscriptions, Ato Essandoh stars in the latest Netflix original series which premiered on Feb. 2. Watch the Altered Carbon trailer here and stream the complete first season now.

Next: Get the details on Philip Winchester's first SVU episode

One Chicago fans have plenty of options to get your fix during the Winter Olympics with the above shows. Check back next week for more alternative viewing choices, and don’t forget that both PD and Med are still new this week.