Where can I watch Chicago PD?

CHICAGO P.D. -- "To Protect" Episode 912 -- Pictured: Jesse Lee Soffer as Jay Halstead -- (Photo by: Lori Allen/NBC)
CHICAGO P.D. -- "To Protect" Episode 912 -- Pictured: Jesse Lee Soffer as Jay Halstead -- (Photo by: Lori Allen/NBC) /

Chicago PD is facing an uncertain future. The police procedural is NBC’s second-biggest scripted drama, and yet, the announcement that the network is considering giving up its 10 pm time slot means that PD could be looking at a major change.

NBC is still several months away from implementing any major changes, meaning that season 10 of the Chicago PD will largely play out in the same time slot that it’s held down the past few years: Wednesday, 10 pm.

For those who want to catch up with PD before it returns, we’ve provided a quick rundown of the best places to watch it (besides NBC).

Where can I stream Chicago PD?

Chicago PD is no longer on Netflix. While all three One Chicago titles were on the streaming giant at one time or another, the contract deals between NBC and Netflix have since expired, and NBC has developed a streaming platform of its own: Peacock.

Peacock is the best place to go if you want access to the entire PD library. Not only does it have every episode to date, but it updates weekly, meaning that you will be able to watch season 10 episodes one week after they air live. Other streaming options update less often, meaning you would have to wait months before seeing the new episodes. It’s also free to use.

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Hulu is a viable streaming option, despite it running into the issues that were mentioned above. It has most of the show’s catalogue available, but it takes several months for updates to made, and by that time, spoilers about the show have circulated the internet. If you’re looking to revisit older episodes, in particular, however, Hulu is the way to go.

Other streaming platforms that offer Chicago PD are FuboTV and YouTube TV. Both platforms require a subscription, and similar to Hulu, do not provide the option of streaming new episodes within a week of their release.

If you’re only looking to revisit specific episodes, than you can also go the Apple TV or Amazon route, as both platforms allow you to buy episodes for $1.99. Not binge-friendly, but convenient for storing personal favorites.

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