Why 'Jesse Lee Soffer' Left Chicago P.D. After Season 10?

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Jesse Lee Soffer

Jesse Lee Soffer has unveiled why he was removed from 'Chicago P.D.' after completing ten seasons in 2022. The actor played a role as a Detective, Jay Halstead, who announced his withdrawal from 'cop drama' in the most ongoing season.

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Soffer thanked the Fans

Soffer expressed his gratitude to the fans and remaining cast and crew of the show, Chicago P.D., for providing steadfast assistance throughout the past decade. He said this hour has been a work of love by everyone who remains touched by the show.

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Chicago P.D

Soffer had shown in the series when 'Chicago P.D.' was premiered on NBC channel in 2014. Apart from Chicago P.D., he also starred in other sections of 'Chicago' franchise, consisting 'Chicago Med' and 'Chicago Fire.'

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Co-stars' tributes to Soffer

With the announcement, some of the co-stars of Soffer have paid tribute to the actor via social media, including Tracy Spiradakos, who played the role of his wife, Detective Hailey Upton. Stay engaged with Factswow.com to explore more hit stories.

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Tracy Spiradakos

Tracy Spiradakos wrote that Jesse is absolutely the best. All thanks for your guidance, kindness, and your beloved friendship. You are one of the biggest onscreen husbands that a girl could desire. Continue to follow Factswow.com to stay updated with the latest trend.

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LaRoyce Hawkins

LaRoyce Hawkins, who played a role as an Officer named Kevin Atwater, took to Instagram to pen down his opinion. He said making a lengthy story into a short one would always be different.

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The Hardest Decision

Jesse Lee Soffer revealed leaving 'Chicago P.D.' was the hardest decision in his career choice. In a February interview, he discussed leaving the 'NBC drama show' after ten seasons as a Detective Jay Halstead.

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Soffer Wanted To Grow

Jesse Lee Soffer explained that we know the role well; there is little to transform or shift. He wanted to expand and grow and was only on one trip. Once he signed it again, he had to work for another three years. He would turn 40 years old from the show.

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Gwen Sigan

In February, showrunner Gwen Sigan discussed Soffer's potential return to 'Chicago P.D.' with NBC. 'The door is perpetually open,' she emphasized, referring to characters like Halstead and others whose narratives remain untold in our realm.

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Soffer Love Jay Halstead

It'll be a privilege to come back on the show. For his future, Soffer said that he would love the character of 'Jay Halstead,' and it's always remained in his blood. That is never going to end or change.

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