After Chicago P.D. Revisited Jesse Lee Soffer’s Return, Here’s What He Told Us About Directing Tracy Spiridakos And Jason Beghe


TV can finally get started on what remains of the 2023-2024 TV season now that the SAG-AFTRA strike has ended, but the wait is still on for new episodes. That means NBC continuing to rotate through repeats of One Chicago on Wednesday nights as the 2023 TV schedule winds down, and the latest was the episode of Chicago P.D. that brought former series regular Jesse Lee Soffer back as a director. Soffer spoke with CinemaBlend about the episode back in March, and the rerun had me flashing back to his comments on directing Tracy Spiridakos and Jason Beghe. 

Jesse Lee Soffer left P.D. as Jay Halstead after the third episode of Season 10. He didn’t stay away for long, though, as he was back on his old stomping grounds just months later to direct Episode 16 of Season 10, called “Deadlocked.” The Intelligence Unit had to face a ticking clock and tricky legal situation when a juror was compromised, and Soffer had a lot to do in his directorial debut, although he did share that there were perks from years of playing Halstead

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