Original ‘Chicago P.D.’ co-star Sophia Bush said to be leaving show

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Sophia Bush as Erin Lindsay on “Chicago P.D.” | NBC

Sophia Bush, a cheery local presence during her four-season run on “Chicago P.D.,” reportedly is leaving the NBC series.

Deadline reports Bush is leaving on her own accord. On last week’s season finale, her character, Detective Erin Lindsay, was about to accept a new job with the FBI in New York.

During her tenure with the Dick Wolf series, Bush has actively embedded herself in Chicago life, frequenting the city’s restaurants and catching the David Bowie exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago in 2014. On Seth Meyers’ “Late Night” earlier this month, she talked about attending a World Series game at Wrigley Field and frequenting improv shows at iO “all the time.”

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