One Chicago is coming back next week — not with new episodes, but hey, at least it’s coming back! We’ll take it.
Will Halstead is leaving Chicago Med, but all is well because we’re getting our Manstead endgame to make up for it.
We talked to Nikki Taylor-Roberts, who directed the May 10th episode of Chicago Med, titled “The Winds of Change Are Starting to Blow.”
Every year, TV has more than a few “WTF” moments. 2022 was no exception, and we discuss our biggest WTF moments from this year’s TV shows.
We talked to Chicago Med’s Nick Gehlfuss and Jessy Schram about Will and Hannah’s relationship and personal journeys in S8 of the show.
Chicago Med 7×22 “And Now We Come To The End” was, overall, a decent season finale. Basically, they didn’t try too hard. And that’s good.
Chicago Med 7×22 is titled “And Now We Come to the End” which isn’t like, worrying or anything. Totally normal title to end the season.
Chicago Med 7×21 is about the lies we tell others, and also the lies we tell ourselves. They can both be dangerous, in different ways.
There are a lot of long faces in the pictures for Chicago Med 7×21 “Lying Doesn’t Protect You From The Truth.” We’re concerned.
Chicago Med 7×20 “End Of The Day, Anything Can Happen” might just be one of the best episodes of the season. But we’re worried.
Chicago Med 7×20 “End of the Day, Anything Can Happen” is…complicated. Or, rather, we have some pretty complicated feelings about it.
Chicago Med 7×19 “Like A Phoenix Rising From the Ashes” feels like anything but that for a show that doesn’t know what it wants to be.
Chicago Med 7×19 “Like A Phoenix Rising From The Ashes” is a Dylan episode. And there’s Ethan. And Crockett. So, man candy hour.
Chicago Med 7×18 “Judge Not, For You Will Be Judged” is the episode where everyone is making questionable decisions — at the same time.
Chicago Med 7×18 “Judge Not, For You Will be Judged” is giving Sharon Goodwin a chance to shine, or a chance to make us suffer. Or both.