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Nicole Ari Parker joins the cast of Chicago P.D. Season 8

Chicago P.D. Season 8: For the upcoming 8th season, Nicole Ari Parker is joining NBC’s Chicago P.D. she will be playing a major role as Deputy Superintendent Samatha Miller. She is already to join the cast of the Dick Wolf drama.

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Her character would come initially from Atlanta, and it is described as an ardent progressive proponent of police reform. And corrector would be something which really wants to help Voight and Intelligence, but she would be someone who would not allow breaches and the department and follow all the protocols.

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And tilt it even we know that Voight never follows the rules so that it would be a bumpy ride ahead for them. The fans of Nicole would be very excited to see her in Deputy character, but some sources said that her character would Be in a few scenes, not even episodes.

Nicole Ari Parker is on the hold at NBC tied to the drama At That Age, which could not be filmed because of the coronavirus pandemic outbreak.

Changes in the cast for season 8

Not just Nicole Ari Parker is joining season 8 of Chicago P.D, but also there are many other changes in season 8.

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Chicago P.D. Season 8

Another casting change for P.D. Season 8 is the loss of Lisseth Chavez, who played the role of Vanessa Rojas in the show. The actress is joining the cast of D.C.’s Legends of Tomorrow. So some are joining and some leaving the cast but the good news is the season 8 is coming super soon.

The release date for Chicago PD season 8

When we say that you, then it is coming super soon, we are not kidding. The season 8 is premiering on the 11th of November 2020 on NBC.

PD isn’t the only show in which the changes are coming because of the death of George Lloyd and subsequent protest against racism and police brutality. Dramas like Law & Order: SVU and CBS procedurals and the police comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine will work as well.

 

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