What was the name.of the svu chicago pd crossover?

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  • The Number of Rats is the twentieth episode of the second season, the 35th overall episode of Chicago P.D. and the second part of a crossover. This episode is part of a three part crossover between Chicago Fire (We Called Her JellyBean), Chicago P.D. (The Number of Rats) and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (Daydream Believer).

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  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit has produced two crossover two-parters with Chicago P.D.. A case would begin with Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in New York City for Part One, before moving the action to Chicago for Part Two. SVU: " Comic Perversion " season fifteen, Episode 15, & Chicago P.D.: " Conventions " season 1, episode 6

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Directed by Steve Shill. With Mariska Hargitay, Danny Pino, Kelli Giddish, Ice-T. SVU and Chicago PD officer Erin Lindsay try to track down Lindsay's half-brother, who may be able to help take down a child pornography ring.

'Chicago Crossover' is the seventh episode of the sixteenth season of the American police procedural-legal drama, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and the 350th overall episode of the long-running series. It originally aired on National Broadcasting Company (NBC) in the United States on November 12, 2014.

"Chicago Crossover" is the seventh episode of the sixteenth season of the American police procedural-legal drama, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and the 350th overall episode of the long-running series. It originally aired on National Broadcasting Company in the United States on November 12, 2014. In this episode, the SVU team meets up with the Intelligence Unit of Chicago P.D. to solve a decades-old child pornography ring case, which is personal for CPD's Detective Erin Lindsay. The episode

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit has produced two crossover two-parters with Chicago P.D.. A case would begin with Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in New York City for Part One, before moving the action to Chicago for Part Two. SVU: "Comic Perversion" season fifteen, Episode 14, & Chicago P.D.: "Conventions" season 1, episode 6

Yes, it happened again – an SVU / Chicago PD crossover event! In this one, the SVU detectives teamed up with the Chicago PD Intelligence Unit to hunt down a pair of serial killers when murderers ...

NBC is bringing the heat this week with a three-episode crossover involving your favorite fiery TV shows: “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago P.D.” and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.” Does ...

Law & Order: SVU 16.07 Chicago Crossover: November 12, 2014 Three-Part Crossover Chicago P.D. 2.07 (#22) They'll Have to Go Through Me: November 12, 2014 Three-Part Crossover Chicago Fire 3.13 (#59) Three Bells: February 3, 2015 Two-Part Crossover Chicago P.D. 2.13 (#28) A Little Devil Complex: February 4, 2015 Two-Part Crossover Chicago Fire 3.19 (#65)

The Chicago franchise (also called One Chicago) is a media franchise of American television programs created by Derek Haas, Michael Brandt and Dick Wolf, and broadcast on NBC, all of which deal with different public services in Chicago, Illinois. The Chicago franchise has maintained strong ratings leading primetime in total viewers averaging nearly seven million viewers per show between ...

The Number of Rats is the twentieth episode of the second season, the 35th overall episode of Chicago P.D. and the second part of a crossover. This episode is part of a three part crossover between Chicago Fire (We Called Her JellyBean), Chicago P.D. (The Number of Rats) and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (Daydream Believer).

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