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Checking In on ‘The Chicago Code’

When I (re)started this blog at the beginning of the semester, I had planned to cover three shows week-to-week: Glee, Modern Family, and something else, possibly a new show that hadn’t started yet. For that third slot, I thought The Chicago Code would be a good fit — it had a good pedigree, promised a degree of serialized storytelling, and generally just looked like a promising show.

But then I started reviewing Greek on a weekly basis. Surprisingly, those reviews brought in the most traffic out of everything I wrote, signaling that I may have been filling an under-served niche, writing for a rabid fan base about a show that got little mainstream coverage. I didn’t want to give that up, but I didn’t have time to do four shows every week, so Chicago Code fell by the wayside.

Greek ended last week, though, so I thought now would be as good a time as any to check in on Chicago Code. I don’t know if I’ll be adding it week-to-week, but I have some thoughts on the first five episodes and on the future of the series after the jump.

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