The freshman drama will return for Season 2.
February 1, 2016
NBC announced today that Chicago Med has been renewed for a second season. The freshman spin-off will join the already-renewed Chicago Fire and Chicago PD in returning for the 2016-2017 television season. Fans of the Chicago series can also look forward to a fourth entry in the franchise, titled Chicago Law, that was recently put into development.
Along with picking up Chicago Med for a sophomore season, the network also extended its relationship with producer Dick Wolf today with a new 5-year deal that will keep him at NBCUniversal through 2020. Wolf has two successful franchises on the network with the Chicago series as well as Law & Order having both spawned multiple spin-offs.
12/07/16 at 07:09pm
as chicago med been cancelled have not seen it for awhile and wondering why?
02/06/16 at 05:41pm
After Chicago Law, I'm predicting one about teachers: Chicago Ed.
02/04/16 at 06:16pm
Glad to see this show renewed. I'm a fan of the Chicago Trilogy, but I favor Fire and Med the most. Quality drama is hard to find amidst the sea of reality TV programming. Also not a fan of the fantasy genre very much. Dick Wolf's shows are better than most. Interested to see if a Law show comes around.
02/04/16 at 04:19pm
After the last episode of PD, I can see the next one being "Chicago SWAT" LoL!
02/03/16 at 11:21pm
I agree with a bunch of the Chicago Overkill comments listed above as this could potientally bring the network of NBC to basically all Chicago Shows this could possibly bring the run off of grimm, SVU and other great nbc shows such as the blacklist but i honestly can say that i enjoy Med, Pd And Fire
02/03/16 at 01:34pm
The only one I watch is Chicago PD..There's just too many to keep up with.
02/02/16 at 08:56am
All the medical shows have severe story line limitations. There's only so many plot devices they can use.
1. Rogue doctor bucking the corporate tyranny of the hospital and does the wrong thing for the right reason.
2. Critically ill patient obsesses over the well being of loved one to the point of endangering his/her self and everybody around them.
3. Crazed patient or family member of patient takes hostages in order to force an outcome that probably would have happened anyway.
4. Seemingly routine condition spirals out of control, and the happy outcome that was expected, ends in tragedy. Doctors second guess their decisions.
The only way to prop up these very predictable plots is how well the soap opera of the character's lives plays out. And frankly, I haven't seen enough character development in this show to care much about them.
02/02/16 at 04:32am
I can see how it might be overkill I only watch fire and med as is wont be watching law
02/02/16 at 01:46am
So show number five will be Molly's?
02/01/16 at 06:22pm
Maybe it will be overkill?!!! It already is. Oh well, everyone else go ahead and enjoy. I'm still looking for unpredictable plot lines and smarter dialogue elsewhere.
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