Jesse Lee Soffer is leaving Chicago P.D., with the approaching 10th season signifying his last as Det. Jay Halstead. The performer, who has been on the NBC bad behavior procedural since it showed up in 2014, asserted the news on Twitter, communicating, “This is hopeless yet obvious.”

“Just keep up with that all of the fans ought to know how thankful I am. All of you are the explanation we get it going! It has been an honor. Love every one of you,” he continued.

While experiences in regards to his exit weren’t uncovered, Soffer should leave eventually in the fall after the series gets back with new episodes on Sept. 21.

“I really want to thank the amazing fans for their enduring assistance during the past 10 years and need to offer my most significant thanks to Dick Wolf and everyone at Wolf Entertainment, Peter Jankowski, Matt Olmstead, Derek Haas, Michael Brandt, Rick Eid, Gwen Sigan, NBC, Universal Television, my individual castmates and our astounding group,” Soffer said in a clarification.

He added, “To make this hour performance numerous weeks has been a great wellspring of both torment and satisfaction by every single person who contacts the show. I will continually be happy for my experience as Det. Jay Halstead.”

Understanding about Soffer’s departure comes as the cast of another Dick Wolf series, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, faces its own cleanse with Kelli Giddish leaving during the show’s 24th season.

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