As The Chi continues to prune and grow, you can see it is fearless as it pursues avoiding routine and stagnancy.
As this tumultuous and traumatic season of The Chi comes to an end, will there be joy or more heartache in the final moments?
You ever get the feeling things will get way worse before they get better? In “Lackin'” we’re reminded there sometimes aren’t reprieves from trauma and tragedy.
In an episode focused on Kiesha and her household, we learn more about certain characters than ever before.
The moment you have been waiting for finally comes as that character, and many more, begin the next chapter of their lives.
As one character celebrates a birthday, viewers are forced to mourn the loss of yet another character on “The Chi.”
As darkness descends upon the southside, it illuminates a few in regards to the situation they are in. Both good and bad.
Ronnie finds a lead on Kiesha case that brings Nina to tears as Kevin goes on a date, and we bring more focus to Douda’s mayoral campaign.
It’s day 7 of Kiesha being missing, and as this begins to fracture Kevin’s family, it offers the chance for conversation and for one character’s redemption.
As Trig struggles with Jake and Imani to a certain degree, Kiesha missing for nearly three days brings high-level anxiety to her family.