Chicago Med is American Drama TV series. Created by Matt Olmstead. Produced by Wolf Films. Stars: Nick Gehlfuss, Yaya DaCosta, Torrey DeVitto. It debuted on Nov 17, 2015, on NBC. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.5 *. Winner of the Young Artist Award. Chicago Med is set in USA.
How Many Season Does Chicago Med Have: 5 (93 episodes)
|Season 6|| |
|Season 5|| |
Season premieres on September 25, 2019
Finale: November 20, 2019
NBC, 10 episodes
|Season 4|| |
Season premieres on September 26, 2018
Finale: May 22, 2019
NBC, 22 episodes
|Season 3|| |
2017, NBC, 20 episodes
|Season 2|| |
2016, NBC, 23 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2015, NBC, 18 episodes
Chicago Med is on NBC (United States) Wednesdays at 6 pm
S5E9 () - Air Date: Nov 20, 2019 (3 months ago)
Chicago Med's Arden Cho celebrates her birthday - per Onechicagocenter
The casting of Teen Wolf alum Cho proved to be great, as well. She and Brian Tee had a believable sibling chemistry, while she was able to show us Emily’s darker side and poor judgment, too. She had the character do unlikeable things without necessarily alienating us from her. See her in part of this clip below:
Now Casting: Baby Twins Wanted For NBC's 'Chicago Med' + 3 More Gigs - per Backstage
In today’s casting roundup, the hit primetime series “Chicago Med” is looking for a pair of young twins for its upcoming season. Plus, the hit Broadway musical “Hamilton” is holding an open casting call for Broadway and touring productions, a Comedy Central digital sketch comedy show is casting background actors, and an app commercial needs its leads.
Watch Chicago Med stars' best other roles with this playlist - per Onechicagocenter
Meredith dates Alaric Saltzman (Matt Davis) while trying to help him, and again, that relationship makes the arguments of Manstead seem pretty tame. At least Will’s not racking up a body count! But the supernatural element is a new kind of drama for Chicago Med fans to enjoy, while also seeing Torrey in another strong role.
When does Chicago Med season 4 premiere? - via Onechicagocenter
That means Chicago Med will be leading off NBC’s primetime schedule on Wednesday nights. It replaces The Blacklist, which in itself replaced Blindspot, so we’ll find out if it’s able to stay there and provide some stability for the network on its new night and time.