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Chicago Med Sets Season 3 Premiere

Chicago Med will reopen for patients (and viewers) in November.

The NBC drama will return for Season 3 on Tuesday, Nov. 21 at 10/9c, after Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders concludes its run in the timeslot, the network announced today.

Med‘s Season 2 finale ended with a major cliffhanger, in which Dr. Charles was shot by an angry former psych patient. Will he survive the assault? Check out the official description for the new season to find out, then scroll down for an exclusive look at the show’s new key art.

Dr. Will Halstead has to balance the stress as the ER’s supervising Attending Physician while exploring a budding romance with Dr. Natalie Manning, emergency pediatrics resident. Rising star heart surgeon Dr. Connor Rhodes’ skills are put to the test with the arrival of a new, highly competitive Cardiothoracic Fellow, Dr. Ava Bekker (guest star Norma Kuhling). Dr. Daniel Charles recovers from both the physical and psychological injuries from being shot, but still remains the Sherlock Holmes of psychiatry.

 

Dr. Sarah Reese continues her psychiatry residency under Dr. Charles, despite new reservations in the wake of her mentor’s assault. Former Navy flight surgeon Dr. Ethan Choi brings his battlefield skills to the front lines of Chicago’s busiest ER, the go-to place for victim’s of the city’s gun violence. Sharon Goodwin, the venerable head of Chicago Med, balances the pressure of keeping the city’s largest hospital afloat while maintaining an atmosphere of quality care and compassion.

 

April Sexton is a smart, bold and intuitive ER nurse navigating the hospital politics of dating a doctor and co-worker. Maggie Lockwood is the confident charge nurse and the eyes, ears and brain of the emergency department. Joining the team this season is rival Dr. Ava Bekker, a perennial thorn in the side of Dr. Rhodes while his girlfriend and epidemiologist Robin Charles (guest star Mekia Cox) recovers from her rare illness. April’s ambitious brother Noah Sexton (guest star Roland Buck III) joins the ER as its newest physician.

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