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Chicago Med Fall Preview: New Romances for Three Docs

Love is the prognosis for many! In Season 2 of NBC’s Chicago Med (premiering Thursday, Sept. 22 at 9/8c), Connor hits it off with Dr. Charles’ epidemiologist daughter (90210‘s Mekia Cox), which leads to “mixed feelings” on the shrink’s part, executive producer Diane Frolov previews.

Will attempts to move on with pathologist Dr. Nina Shore (Colin Donnell’s real-life wife, Patti Murin), but he “can never quite get rid of his feelings for Natalie,” says EP Andrew Schneider. Complicating things for the doc is “gung-ho” med student Jeff Clarke (Chicago Fire‘s Jeff Hephner), who “rubs up against” the newly minted attending. “On top of that, there’s a triangle that forms,” Frolov adds. “Jeff and Natalie are very attracted to each other, and they start up a romance.”

Meanwhile, April is “really avoiding” Tate and his son because of her TB diagnosis.

Outside the ER, Dr. Sarah Reese is working at a coffee shop, but it’s not long before Dr. Charles approaches her about a psych residency.

BONUS SPOILER!: With his PTSD under control, “Ethan will be training a [Navy] corpsman to deal with gunshot wounds” in a storyline based on a real program, Frolov shares.

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2 Comments
  1. Nicole Walker says:

    Good grief, Will. Last season he was snitty with hot new guy Connor and now he’s snitty with hot new guy Jeff. He needs to realize he’s a hot, smart guy as well and stop looking for trouble, LOL.

    Looking forward to this show coming back. Really grew on me last season and distinguished itself as another great entry into #OneChicago.

  2. bootscasper says:

    This show needs to be removed from the line up. Everyone is so monotone with their facial expressions and just NO EMOTION. Poor acting and not really coming together like all the other Chicago shows or other medical shows. I refuse to watch unless a crossover from Chicago Fire.