Every One Chicago related series currently on TV

LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT -- "Exchange" Episode 2021 -- Pictured: Mariska Hargitay as Lieutenant Olivia Benson -- (Photo by: Will Hart/NBC)
LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT -- "Exchange" Episode 2021 -- Pictured: Mariska Hargitay as Lieutenant Olivia Benson -- (Photo by: Will Hart/NBC) /
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Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Chicago Med may be off this week, but these shows with One Chicago connections aren’t. Here’s what else you can watch now.

One Chicago fans haven’t seen a lot of their favorite franchise recently, with Chicago Med, Chicago Fire and Chicago PD being either in repeats or preemptions through large parts of March and April. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t other things you can watch!

The great thing about having such a huge franchise—with such a prolific producer like Dick Wolf at the helm—is that there are plenty of other TV series that have some kind of connection. From shows with former One Chicago cast members in them, to programs produced by the same team, the franchise has actually carved out a sizeable amount of TV’s primetime schedule.

Click through this slideshow to see every series related to One Chicago that’s currently on the air, and consider checking a few of them out while waiting for Chicago PD, Chicago Med and Chicago Fire to return next Wednesday.

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“Back on the Block” — When a dying Marine confesses his involvement in covering up the murder of an Iraqi civilian more than a decade ago, Abe and Trey are assigned to prosecute the accused killer — a sitting U.S. congressman. Also, Maya helps her brother prepare for his state senate race, on THE CODE,Tuesday, April 23 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT)on the CBS Television Network. Pictured (L-R) Phillipa Soo as Lt. Harper Li, Luke Mitchell as Capt. John “Abe” Abraham and Ato Essandoh as Major Trey Ferry Photo: Jeff Neira/CBS©2018 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved /

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THE CODE (Mondays at 9 p.m. on CBS): This military drama co-stars Ato Essandoh, who recurs on Chicago Med as Dr. Isidore Latham, the head of cardiothoracic surgery. On The Code, he plays Major Trey Ferry, an experienced military prosecutor who works out of the Judge Advocate General (JAG) headquarters at Quantico. The series opened strong in its premiere last Tuesday, but lost a few million live viewers when it moved to its regular Monday time slot.

FBI (Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on CBS): The procedural is overseen by two One Chicago showrunners: Chicago PD executive producer Rick Eid and Chicago Fire executive producer/co-creator Derek Haas. Eid has written a few episodes, and Chicago PD director Christine Swanson just directed the most recent one. Dick Wolf created the series, which is poised to expand into its own franchise with the FBI: Most Wanted spinoff.

THE VILLAGE (Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on NBC): Chicago Fire alum Warren Christie, who recurred as firefighter Scott Rice during the show’s second season, stars in this drama about the residents of a Brooklyn apartment building. He plays Nick Porter, a former soldier struggling to adjust as he returns to civilian life and discovers that he left behind a daughter. Lorraine Toussaint (Chicago PD) and Michaela McManus (Law & Order: SVU) also star.