Sophia Bush has more to say, why she decided to go Chicago P.D.
The actress – the departure P.D. in 2017 after playing Det. Erin Lindsay for four seasons – openly speaking about the podcast of Dax Shepard the podcast on the set conditions that led to her misfortune.
"I programmed myself to tolerate the unbearable," Bush said. They revealed that after attending mental health workshops, she had an epiphany with the Onsite treatment program. "Part of the big break for me [was]:" No. I do not really know what it is, but I know that what happens is not good for me and everything has to change. "That was a big break point when I quit my job."
Bush explicitly cited the harsh weather conditions that came with the shoot in Chicago. Although the authors of the NBC drama live in Los Angeles, Bush said she and the rest of the crew and crew were filming outdoor scenes in winter when temperatures were below freezing. According to the actress, people on set often became ill because they spent many hours outdoors.
"I was programmed to be a good girl and to be a workhorse and to be a tug that pulling always gave priority to the ship for the crew, for the show, for the group, for my own health "Bush added. "The reality was that my body was falling apart because I was really very, very unhappy."
Bush had reservations about the P.D. brought. Producers at the end of Season 3, at that time, they told them "23 Notice Notice" that if conditions did not change until the end of Season 4, they would be leaving the show. (The fickle behavior of her co-star Jason Beghe allegedly contributed to her misfortune as well.)
But the actress said her complaints had been turned down by producers who were worried that Bush was asking for them, the negative ones Set conditions to investigate. She was eventually fired from her contract with seven seasons, without having to take legal action against NBC, though she said she threatened to sue the network and to write a statement in The New York Times in which she explains why she was unhappy on the show.
"I was like f-King steel balls at this point," Bush said. "I take a lot, but when I'm done, I'm done. As it is nuclear.
TVLine has asked NBC for an opinion.