Chicago P.D. Season 7 Episode 10: ‘Mercy’ Streaming, Preview, Start Time, and Date

Chicago P.D. Season 7 Episode 10
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In today’s episode post, we are going to be discussing Chicago P.D. Season 7 Episode 10 release date streaming, and time. The previous episode was titled ‘Absolution,’ and it aired on 20th November 2019, and the show was on a break for nearly two months. The upcoming episode is titled ‘Mercy,’ and it will be airing this week on Wednesday. Before we move forward with our post, we would like to let you know that this post contains spoilers.

When is the Chicago P.D. Season 7 Episode 10 release date?

The previous episode of the Chicago P.D. was the 9th episode of the 7th season, and the upcoming episode will be the 10th episode of the 7th season of Chicago P.D., and it will be airing on the 8th of January 2020, on Wednesday. The upcoming episode will release at 10:00 PM US time on NBC. The runtime for the episode is 45 minutes; the show is created by Matt Olmstead and Dick Wolf.

Chicago P.D. Season 7 Episode 10 Preview

Where to watch Chicago P.D. Season 7 Episode 10?

The show, Chicago P.D., falls under the Drama, Action, and Crime genre. You will be able to watch Chicago P.D. Season 7 Episode 10 online on NBC’s official website as well as their mobile application by the name, The NBC App on PlayStore and AppStore. There are other ways you can watch the show as well.

You can watch the episode online on unofficial platforms, but we do not recommend it. You should stream the episode on the official platforms only as this supports the creators of the show. This also gives the show a chance of getting more seasons.

What is Chicago P.D. about?

Chicago P.D. deals with the story of District 21 of the Chicago Police Department, which consists of different groups of policemen. There are the uniformed cops who patrol the beat and contain the city’s street crimes. The P.D. also has an Intelligence Unit that combats the city’s major offenses, such as organized crime, drug trafficking, high profile murders, and more.