What Happened Last Season on Chicago Med? (Season 7)

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Chicago Med Season 7 Finale

Jo (Torrey DeVitto) long suspects that a crooked cop helps the Serbians. She even starts gathering information on the subject. After a police raid, she notices money or drugs are missing. She is certain that this involves a corrupt cop. However, she is unable to stay in town for the duration of her inquiry. She informs her lover of her plans and gave him all of the information she obtains regarding the corrupt cop’s conduct. She requests that he hand over the proof to his father.

Scott’s (Guy Lockard) father was an honorable cop. Scott believes this, and he vouches for his father, which is sufficient for Jo. She hands up the evidence. Scott is told to deliver it to his father, which he does. He has to finish his shift at the hospital first, and his first patient of the day sadly takes up most of his time. Donna is one of his clients.

Donna (Sarah Rafferty) was a frequent visitor to the hospital due to her alcoholism. She drinks and then has an accident. Someone has approached Donna. They’ve told her she needs to stop drinking, but she refuses to listen. She adores drinking over everything else.

Donna cannot be persuaded otherwise. She is so drunk that she does not realize Scott tells her she has an end-of-life liver failure and that her kidneys are also shutting down as a result of her drinking. Donna tells them to cover the wound with a bandage. Maggie (Marlyne Barrett) then tells her about her death.

A Happy Ending

Doctors and nurses try to assist her. They cannot approach her, so Dr. Charles (Oliver Platt) is summoned. The ideal person to tell Donna that she is dying is their resident therapist. Donna chats with Dr. Charles. He is able to detect that she has brain damage as a result of years of alcohol abuse. The physicians discuss surgery with her and eventually convince her to go forward with it. Scott calls her daughter’s emergency number, and she arrives at the hospital.

The daughter lingers long enough before departing to scream at her comatose mother for the years of abuse. Donna has a terrible mother. Her drinking has always been hazardous, and it has now claimed her life. She can only blame herself. Zach is yet another difficult patient. Zach is a teenager who sustains an injury while participating in a sport and is now disappointed that he will miss the rest of the season.

Donna’s kid goes back to the hospital to be with her mother. Despite her mother’s mistreatment, the young woman adores her. Zach understood he adores his father. His father enrolls him in a summer camp where many youngsters are recruited after he apologizes for his actions.

Zach is overjoyed at the news and ready to get back to his father’s house. In another parental story, Dr. Taylor (Asjha Cooper) meets her biological father. When he finds out she is going to a good family, he is relieved and instructs her to call him Grant. So there is another happy ending, this time not the last.

Quick Facts

  • a Dick Wolf and Matt Olmstead American medical drama television series
  • the third installment in Wolf Entertainment’s Chicago series
  • the second spin-off from Chicago Fire
  • premiered on NBC on November 17, 2015
  • following his June franchise appointment, Andrew Dettman stepped down as showrunner on August 21, 2015, due to “creative issues.”
  • on August 27, 2015, new showrunners Andrew Schneider and Diane Frolov are announced
  • due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Universal Television halted production on the series on March 13, 20

Chicago Med Cast & Characters

  • Nick Gehlfuss as Dr. Will Halstead, a former plastic surgeon who becomes an ED supervising attending physician at the start of the series
  • Yaya DaCosta as April Sexton, a nurse in the emergency department who is a first-generation Brazilian-American. Noah, her younger brother, started as a third-year medical student at the hospital this year
  • Torrey DeVitto as Dr. Natalie Manning, an ED pediatrician who completed an emergency medicine fellowship in the first season and is promoted to an attending in the emergency pediatrics division in the fifth season
  • Rachel DiPillo as Dr. Sarah Reese, Originally a fourth-year medical student who isn’t interested in emergency medicine and instead wants to be a pathologist
  • Colin Donnell as Dr. Connor Rhodes, a Chicago-based cardiothoracic fellow who spent time in Riyadh after completing his residency
  • Brian Tee as LCDR Dr. Ethan Choi, United States Navy Reserve, Chief of Emergency Medicine and former ED chief resident with infectious disease expert 
  • Epatha Merkerson as Sharon Goodwin, a former OR nurse and the Gaffney Chicago Medical Center Chief of Patient and Medical Services
  • Oliver Platt, as Dr. Daniel Charles, The chief of the psychiatry department, is usually responsible for assisting other doctors in dealing with psychological aspects of medicine or challenging patients
  • Marlyne Barrett as Maggie Lockwood, the charge nurse in the emergency department who isn’t hesitant to speak her opinion when it comes to educating the locals
  • Norma Kuhling, as Dr. Ava Bekker, a trauma surgeon from South Africa on professional limits, butts heads with Dr. Connor Rhodes
  • Dominic Rains as Dr. Crockett Marcel, a new trauma surgeon at Chicago Med.
  • Steven Weber as Dr. Dean Archer, Dr. Ethan Choi’s old Navy mentor, and an experienced emergency physician
  • Guy Lockard, as Dr. Dylan Scott, a new pediatrician in the ED, used to be a Chicago cop before deciding to pursue medicine
  • Kristen Hager as Dr. Stevie Hammer, a new attending physician that has a past with Dr. Will Halstead
  • Jessy Schram as Dr. Hannah Asher, a Los Angeles-based physician who formerly suffered from substance misuse before becoming sober

Will There be Chicago Med Season 8?

Season eight of the NBC medical drama is previously confirmed when Wolf Entertainment secures a five-year deal to stay at NBC in early 2020. All of Wolf’s One Chicago franchises are given three more seasons as part of the arrangement.

While a specific release date for the eighth season of Chicago Med is due for revelation, NBC states that it will air in autumn 2022. The series will return to its original timeslot on Wednesday nights, kicking off One Chicago Wednesdays.

Steven Weber will appear in the eighth season of the NBC medical drama Chicago Med. In the eighth season, he will appear in this series. Weber plays Dr. Dean Archer, who debuted in the sixth season. The audience became more familiar with the position in the seventh season, and the team had done an excellent job with Dean’s character development.

Chicago Med provides the audience with a dramatic, emotional, and a variety of other feelings centered around the city’s newest state-of-the-art trauma hospital. Here are the accounts of brave doctors, nurses, and staff members who work together to keep it going.

Weber is portraying the current director of the ED. Not only that, but his presence as that character, as well as the character itself, gives the show a unique flavor. Dr. Archer is a PTSD-stricken former naval surgeon with a unique point of view that can reach the audience’s core. His manner of thinking frequently adds to the show’s drama.

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