‘Chicago PD’ Is Teasing Jesse Lee Soffer Will Crossover with ‘Chicago Med’

by Joe Rutland

Is there going to be some crossover action in the “One Chicago” world? Well, Chicago PD is teasing one of its stars will go to Chicago Med.

Confused? Don’t worry, Outsiders.

We go to Twitter where Wolf Entertainment responded to a fan’s tweet asking Jay Halstead, played by Jesse Lee Soffer on Chicago PD. to help his brother.

Let’s take a look at what was sent out on Wednesday night.

Notice there was no timeline given for Soffer’s appearance on Chicago Med.

We really don’t know if it will happen, but a tease is a tease.

If there is one person who could pull it off, though, it’s Soffer. With a little help from creator Dick Wolf, too.

As you know, the “One Chicago” franchise shows all air on Wednesday nights on NBC.

‘Chicago PD’ Star Talks About Playing Police Officer As Part of Show

Chicago PD star Soffer talked, in an interview with DuJour, about why the series is “always challenging.”

Soffer said about the role, “I’m always trying to find the character and trying to change the character and figure out what he’s going through and what he’d be experiencing in a given moment or something like that, but on top of that we’re always learning.

“We have cops with us all day on set,” Soffer said. “We have our technical advisers constantly teaching us new tricks of the trade and putting us in scenarios that we haven’t been in before. So the job is always challenging and there’s always a new experience. I think that keeps us on our toes.”

For Soffer, he always wants to do a better job, especially when it comes to playing a cop on TV.

Hank Voight Actor Says Character, Team Are ‘Dangerously Out of Sync’

We know that watching Chicago PD from the end of last season into this Season 9 definitely changes the narrative.

At least that’s according to Jason Beghe, who plays Hank Voight on the NBC show.

Both Voight and Officer Hailey Upton, played by Tracy Spiridakos, murdered a suspect last season. Voight covered it up, but things didn’t end. Hailey has guilt because she hasn’t been able to tell Officer Kim Burgess, played by Marina Squerciati, that she or anyone else isn’t in danger anymore.

Burgess almost lost her life when the murdered suspect shot her.

That guilt in Hailey caused tension between her fiancé Jay Halstead and Voight. There are some trust issues going down and things are a bit shaken.

As for this Wednesday night’s episode, Beghe said, “If you look at [the team] as a family and Voight as the father–the responsible party–his family is unhappy and dangerously out of sync. It doesn’t feel like home anymore.”