The medical drama secures three more seasons.
February 27, 2020
NBC announced today that Chicago Med has been renewed for three more seasons, taking it to at least Season 8. The spin-off series continues to be a strong performer in the network's primetime lineup along with its two franchise mates.
On the air since 2015, Chicago Med focuses on the brave team of doctors and nurses that work at a hectic hospital in the Windy City. On a daily basis they tackle unique new cases while dealing with the drama of personal relationships.
While the series is the youngest in the franchise - after 2017's Chicago Justice was cancelled after just one season - it will be hitting the impressive 100-episode milestone in two weeks time.
Today's pickup is part of a new deal between Universal Television and Dick Wolf's Wolf Entertainment, which also earned multi-year renewals for Law & Order: SVU, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.D.
You can't bring #OneChicago down. #ChicagoMed is renewed for 3 more seasons! pic.twitter.com/LZwjaA2oUa— Chicago Med (@NBCChicagoMed) February 27, 2020
I guess Dick Wolf had a very good day with all these long term renewals.
Anyone know why his shows have such huge actor/character turn over. Is it actor or storyline dictated? In the jobs portrayed by his shows, turnover makes sense, but it still is much more common on Dick Wolf shows.