Chicago Med Season 07 Episode 2 is expected to be released on September 29, 2021, on NBC at 8 pm ET. Viewers can watch it on NBC, Hulu, and Netflix.
Chicago Med is an American medical drama television series. Dick Wolf and Matt Olmstead created this series as the third installment of Wolf Entertainment’s Chicago franchise. The series premiered on NBC on November 17, 2015.
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Chicago Med follows the emergency department doctors and nurses of the fictional Gaffney Chicago Medical Center. We get to see the insides of the ED as doctors and nurses work to save patients’ lives. The character arc is amazing and in no time you get intertwined in their lives. We get to see interesting cases and how doctors and nurses handle them.
Chicago Med Season 07 Episode 2 Release Date
It is expected to be released on September 29, 2021. Episode 2 is titled “To Lean In, or To Let Go”.
In the latest promo of the upcoming episode, we see a rift between Dean Archer and Dylan Scott as things get tricky at the hospital. All the doctors are already a bit sour about Archer’s tactics to attain his recent promotion at the hospital. Moreover, Scott is frustrated by the business-minded ideology of Archer. It focuses more on financial gain rather than caring for the patients. Scott tells Archer that he has been running the hospital like a drive-through car wash since Scott joined. Meanwhile, the synopsis reveals that Venessa and Archer argue with the management of a recent motorcycle accident victim.
In the previous episode, Dr. Venessa and Dr. Archer had a tricky case of twins in their hands. At the last moment, the twins switched themselves in the surgery. However, the doctors realize the mistake. As a result, the surgery proceeds successfully. Meanwhile, Dylan and Charles will monitor the progress of a UNICEF negotiator. He suffers from repressive trauma. In addition, Stevie will deal with a high school student who has Addison’s disease and is a clingy mother.
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Where To Watch Online
New episodes are aired weekly on NBC at 8 pm ET. Viewers can watch it on NBC, Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Fubo TV.
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