It even spawned its own short-lived spin-off, Chicago Justice, which was canceled earlier this year, much to the dismay of fans.
There is also a Chicago Med series currently on NBC's roster, but that isn't expected to debut its third season until sometime in November of 2017.
Not only can you not relive past seasons of Chicago P.D. on Netflix, but you actually can't add any of the Chicago franchise shows to your queue since none of them are available on there.
However, in rare situations like this, Netflix offers some alternative watching options and we've listed a few of them for you below.
Scroll Down to See a List of Shows That 'Chicago P.D.' Fans Should Watch on Netflix
Law & Order: SVU
Seasons available on Netflix: Four
Starring: Mariska Hargitay, Richard Belzer, Dann Florek, Michelle Hurd, Stephanie March, Ice-T, and B. D. Wong
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit debuted in September of 1999 as, similar to Chicago P.D., a spin-off of another show, the original Law & Order.
Its original focus was "centered almost exclusively on the detectives of the Special Victims Unit in a fictional version of the 16th Precinct of the New York City Police Department" and the sex-crime cases they encounter on a daily basis.
While the show currently has 18 seasons under its belt only four of them, seasons 14 - 17, are available on Netflix.
Seasons available on Netflix: 12
Starring: Mandy Patinkin, Thomas Gibson, Shemar Moore, Matthew Gray Gubler, A. J. Cook, Kirsten Vangsness, Paget Brewster, Joe Mantegna, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Aisha Tyler
Criminal Minds is a "police procedural crime drama" that "follows a group of FBI profilers who set about catching various criminals through behavioral profiling.
Additionally, "the plot focuses on the team working cases and on the personal lives of the characters, depicting the hardened life and statutory requirements of a profiler."
The show has 12 seasons to date and was renewed for a 13th, which will debut on September 27th. You can rewatch all the past 12 seasons on Netflix at this time.
Seasons available on Netflix: Seven
Starring: Donnie Wahlberg, Tom Selleck, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes, Len Cariou, Amy Carlson, Sami Gayle, Jennifer Esposito, Marisa Ramirez, and Vanessa Ray
First debuting in 2010 on CBS, Blue Bloods is celebrated crime-drama about the Reagans, a family of law-enforcement officers and justice system officials, and how they navigate the difficulties of balancing their personal and professional lives.
Throughout its many seasons, Blue Bloods has continued to grow its viewership and for the last two seasons its been one of the top 10 shows on television.
You can catch up on seasons one thru seven now on Netflix, before season eight debuts next month.
Seasons available on Netflix: Seven
Starring: Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan, Daniel Dae Kim, Grace Park, Taryn Manning, Masi Oka, Lauren German, Michelle Borth, Chi McBride, and Jorge Garcia
A reboot of the original decade-spanning series, CBS's Hawaii Five-0 launched onto TV screens in 2010 and continues to be a top series. Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, it "follows an elite state police task force set up to fight crime in the state of Hawaii."
As of late, the show has suffered some high-profile controversy, following the exit of both Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park. The actors reportedly had a pay dispute with the network that was unable to be resolved.
Regardless, the show is still moving forward and will see its eighth season premiere on September 29th of this year. Before then, fans can refresh themselves with the first seven seasons on Netflix.
The Chicago Code
Seasons available on Netflix: One
Starring: Jason Clarke, Jennifer Beals, Matt Lauria, Devin Kelley, Todd Williams, Billy Lush, and Delroy Lindo
Contrary to what its name would suggest, The Chicago Code is not actually a spin-off of the Chicago franchise of shows created by Dick Wolf. In fact, it predates the first CBS Chicago show, Chicago Fire, by a whole year, and it aired on a completely different channel.
The Chicago Code was a short-lived series that followed "officers of the Chicago Police Department as they fight crime on the streets and try to expose political corruption within the city."
If you're all up-to-date on Chicago P.D., and you've already binged everything else on our list, queue this up on Netflix and give it a try.