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Chicago P.D. - Season 6



The sixth season of Chicago P.D., an American police drama television series with executive producer Dick Wolf, and producers Derek Haas, Michael Brandt, and Rick Eid, was ordered on May 9, 2018.[1] The season premiered on September 26, 2018.[2] The season concluded on May 22, 2019, and contained 22 episodes.[3] This is the last season where Jon Seda plays Antonio Dawson.




Chicago P.D. - Season 6



Today, Chicago is a unique place to be part of a police department. Political and social agendas play key roles in how police function. Racial tensions, the agendas of individual politicians, new federal regulations and other issues will be addressed this season. With police reform in full swing, the team is going to be forced to find new ways to achieve their ultimate goal: justice.


As for Antonio Dawson (Jon Seda), things are looking pretty dire. This season was pretty rough on Voight's second-in-command. Antonio battled an addiction to painkillers, which led to his daughter being kidnapped --and to him ending the frightening scenario by shoving her captor through a window to his death. But with oxy still in his system, Antonio was forced to flee the scene while Voight and Ruzek (Patrick John Flueger) covered for him. That bold act came back to Intelligence when internal affairs reopened the investigation into that officer-involved death, putting everyone on edge.


On Season 5 of Chicago P.D., Williamson played Denny Woods, the independent auditor assigned to oversee the CPD. He also served as the nemesis of Sgt. Hank Voight (Jason Beghe). Luckily, Voight ultimately got the best of his vengeful former partner in the season 5 finale.


Today, Chicago is a unique place to be part of the police department. Political and social agendas play key roles in how police function. Racial tensions, agendas of individual politicians, new federal regulations and other issues will be addressed this season. With police reform in full swing, the team is going to be forced to find new ways to achieve their ultimate goal: Justice.


Antonio Dawson is one of the original characters of Chicago PD, so it was totally unexpected when he left the series at the end of season 6. The Chicag0-set police procedural has been on the air for nine years now. While Intelligence has mostly kept its core team, it has also gone through some personnel changes, including the sudden departure of Dawson (Jon Seda) from Hank Voight's (Jason Beghe) team.


Voight and Dawson cannot be any more different, that's why they worked well together as Intelligence leaders. While Voight has no issues crossing lines and breaking the law if it means serving justice or for the sake of people important to him, Dawson is a stickler for the rules. So, when Dawson was effectively written out of the show in Chicago PD season 6, it was a huge blow to the series' cast dynamic. There was no clear reason given as to why Jon Seda exited the police procedural, but according to a report from Deadline, the decision stemmed from the feeling that the character had run its course. Instead of keeping him in Chicago PD without any fresh ideas on the table, NBC decided to write him out of the series. Seda hasn't directly commented on the matter, although he did say that he's nothing but grateful to play Dawson.


Adam Ruzek ended Season 6 of Chicago P.D. behind bars after he obstructed justice to conceal that Antonio had killed a man while high, and Season 7 started him out on bail but without any real hope of returning to his job as an officer of the CPD. Fortunately for Ruzek, Voight pulled some strings behind the scenes with the new police superintendent to get the charges dropped against Ruzek. That said, the whole ordeal won't just go away for Ruzek, and it may have guaranteed his loyalty to Voight in a season that could be dividing Intelligence.


Atwater has remained single since then, only enjoying some light flirting with rookie cop Vanessa Rojas (Lisseth Chavez) before she exited the series at the end of last season. LaRoyce Hawkins, who plays Atwater, says the Intelligence detective has learned a lot from his past mistakes.


In April 2019, it was announced that Jon Seda, who portrayed Detective Antonio Dawson across much of the One Chicago franchise on NBC, would be departing from Chicago P.D. after season 6. The news came as an abrupt blow to fans who had been following his character's progress for years, and Seda's eventual exit from Chicago P.D. coincided with two other major departures from the franchise: Colin Donnell and Norma Kuhling, who played doctors Connor Rhodes and Ava Bekker on Chicago Med.


That said, the possibility remains for Seda to reprise his role at an unspecified point in the future. Chicago P.D. showrunner Rick Eid told CinemaBlend following Seda's departure, "I think the door's always open for someone like Jon. Everybody here loves him, thinks he's a great actor. Of course." Oddly enough, the series' creative team even attempted to wrangle Seda for the first episode of Chicago P.D. season 7.


At the end of the sixth season of Chicago P.D., the plot revisited Detective Dawson's continuing struggle with prescription opioids by having him relapse. To make matters worse, the show then let that particular thread go off into the wild blue yonder at the end of the season without so much as a whisper beyond Dawson leaving his shield behind for his partner Adam Ruzek (Patrick Flueger) to find.


It's a little weird to set all that up at the end of Chicago P.D. season 6 when Seda wasn't going to reprise his role on season 7. Everything about the start of the story arc screamed "cliffhanger to be explored on the subsequent season," but instead, it ended up being hastily written around and abandoned without a proper sendoff for an exceedingly popular central character. Though network television has often shied in the face of portraying drug addiction and relapses in detail, bringing it in just to skip over it and kick Seda out is, at best, a half measure.


The Emmy-nominated actor, who had a main role on Chicago P.D., announced in August 2022 that he wouldn't return after season 10. "To create this hour drama week after week has been a labor of love by everyone who touches the show. I will always be proud of my time as Det. Jay Halstead," he told Variety in a statement.


The model announced her exit in 2021, leaving the show after starring on the first six seasons, sharing via Instagram, thanking many "for giving April wings to explore such dynamic storylines," and adding, "The cast and crew were so good to me and the background actors gave me so much energy and love, even in silence." DaCosta then joined the cast of Fox's Our Kind of People in 2021 as the main cast member.


The Pretty Little Liars alum decided to exit the show when her contract was up at the end of season 6, sharing the news via Instagram in May 2021. "It has been such an honor and pure joy to bring Dr. Natalie Manning to life for all of you on Chicago Med for the past 6 seasons. But it is now time for her and me to bow out and say goodbye," she wrote at the time. The actress is set to star in Skelly and The Christmas Promise in 2021.


Kao's detective character was murdered in the season 1 finale. He has since appeared in the Chinese TV series Fighter of the Destiny, Nothing Gold Can Stay and Never Gone. In 2020, he announced his divorce from actress Zhou Xun, whom he married in 2014.


Her character was fired in season 4 after she nearly gave a patient the wrong medicine and later relapsed in her addiction to alcohol. Madison went on to appear in the series What Would Diplo Do? and the movies Song to Song, The Honor Farm and Bliss. The Friday Night Lights alum announced she was expecting her first child in April 2020.


His character left the show in the season 3 finale after an injury left the department thinking he wouldn't be able to return to patrol. Instead, he took a job with the San Diego Police Department. In real life, Geraghty has gone on to play Theodore Roosevelt in The Alienist. He also starred in the Netflix movie Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile and has a starring role on ABC's Big Sky.


Her character exited after season 6 to relocate to Puerto Rico. "I felt like I was hungry to explore a different role, a different story. I wanted to explore a different world," she told The Chicago Tribune in 2018. "I had been in Chicago for five years and just personally where I was in my life, I was ready to create my home and kind of plant some roots in Los Angeles."


His character moved to Puerto Rico after season 6 to be with his sister following problems with addiction. The actor told fans on Instagram that he will "always treasure the time and stories we shared."


Mills left in season 3 to open a restaurant in North Carolina. The actor has since starred on You, Arrow, Secrets and Lies, Code Black, Orange Is the New Black, Valor, Russian Doll and Tales of the City.


The actress exited after season 8, with her character applying to med school. In 2022, she starred in the action film Agent Game alongside Dermot Mulroney and Mel Gibson. 041b061a72


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