As we start to look towards Chicago PD season 5 and the future of the series, there are many questions to ponder over. The status of Jay Halstead is one of them. How is he going to be recovering from the events of the season finale and what’s transpired in this off-season?

Chicago P.D. star Jesse Lee Soffer wants a Friends remake, and he knows exactly who he’d cast as Central Perk’s finest.

When People’s Choice caught up with Soffer and costar Jason Beghe at the NBCU Upfronts earlier this month, we asked which show they’d like to see get the reboot treatment. Soffer said he was keen on seeing Friends redone, and even went as far as to dream cast himself and his P.D. costars in the roles of Rachel (Jennifer Aniston), Monica (Courteney Cox), Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow), Chandler (Matthew Perry), Joey (Matt LeBlanc) and Ross (David Schwimmer)…(OK, maybe not Ross).

“I would be Chandler,” said Soffer. “Hands down Chandler.”

For his part, Beghe cast himself as Joey — a character that couldn’t be more different than the one he plays on Chicago P.D.

“I’d like that. [He] was fun,” said the actor who portrays Hank Voigt on the NBC cop drama.

And while speculation may be swirling about Sophia Bush’s future on Chicago P.D. (the season 4 finale left the fate of her character Erin Lindsay pretty open-ended), she should know there’s always a role for her in Soffer’s Friends remake.

Sophia could play Monica, I suppose,” said Soffer after giving it some thought. 

As for who would take on Rachel Green? The stars decided to bestow that honor on Marina Squerciati, who plays Kim Burgess.

While all their ideas were pretty inspired, Soffer and Beghe seemed most excited about casting Amy Morton, who plays Trudy Platt, as the one and only Phoebe Buffay.

“It would be Platt. Of course. Amy Morton would kill it. She’d do it better than [Lisa Kudrow],” said Beghe. 

Now all they need is to find an actor to play Ross, and they’ve got themselves a full blown remake. Are you listening, NBC?

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The Chicago PD season 4 finale airs on NBC this Wednesday night, and it looks to be an integral episode for the Lindsay – Halstead relationship. Following some awkwardness between them after their split, he has to find a way to support her through an incredibly trying and even life-altering crime. Her mother is facing serious legal trouble, and Lindsay also is facing review following her own recent actions in the interrogation room.

With that being said, who better to preview this finale than someone at the center of all the action? In the middle of a busy upfront day we were excited to have a chance to speak with Jesse Lee Soffer about the future of Lindsay / Halstead, meeting Jay’s father on Chicago Med, the show’s recent season 5 renewal, and a whole lot more.

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TVGuide.com — Following the critical and ratings success of November’s three-way crossover between Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D. and Law & Order: SVU, the three NBC dramas will be joining forces again later this season, TVGuide.com has learned.

“It’s a real good one. Big swings, big stakes,” Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. showrunner Matt Olmstead tells TVGuide.com. “There’s nothing really cemented yet, but we’re definitely doing a big, big Chicago Fire-SVU-Chicago P.D. three-way crossover coming up around Episode 20.”

Olmstead revealed he flew to New York last week to meet with SVU showrunner Warren Leight about the plot details. “There’s a Ted Bundy-esque character who hunted in New York and hunted in Chicago, and it’s the pursuit of a character like that,” he teases.

Unlike the first three-way crossover, Olmstead says this one will have “more integrated storytelling” going back and forth between the two cities.