We all are so fond of adrenaline-filled, fast-paced thrillers that our hands cannot resist the next episode button till the time the air around the suspense clears. If the show stops at a cliffhanger, these anxious fans anticipate when the next season come out. Once more, NBC is back with a medical thriller that sees the journey of various doctors and the cases they take up.
Challenges our life savers face on their personal and professional front make Chicago Med one of the most loved shows by NBC Network. Now that season 9 is officially happening, is there a big reveal for the audiences? Well, they are in for a surprise. Here is all about Chicago Med Season 9 and whether there is a big reveal.
Will Chicago Med Season 9 have a big reveal soon?
The fans are all in for a surprise as the makers have renewed the show for season 9. The big reveal might happen once the strikes come to a common ground. The show has not begun filming yet due to the writers’ strike and political disturbances across the United States of America, because of which the show will not return for a season 9 this year. It is anticipated and believed that the show will be back for a fresh season in 2024 only.
The Writers Guild of America strike has disrupted the schedule for many shows, and all of them have either been shifted or permanently canceled.
The good news remains that not just Chicago Med season 9 has been renewed; sister concern shows, or spinoffs from the same one include Chicago P.D. and Chicago Fire, which have been renewed for another season. But their release date is as ambiguous, delayed, and suspenseful as the show’s plot is.
Are there any new characters as a part of the big reveal?
The season 8 finale saw Dr. Natalie Manning, played by Torrey DeVitto, who seemed to be the perfect companion to Help Dr. Will Halstead get out of the show with ease. This winding-up happens when Will decides to shift out of Windy City and go to Seattle to live with Manning and her son. The fans are wondering whether the duo can be back for a few scenes, a cameo or take up a role in the show once again? In an interview, Ms. DeVitto nodded in negative and hinted towards a future possibility of it happening, but not for season 9.
Who is leaving Chicago Med Season 9?
There are various characters with confirmed exits. However, we are unsure if they would be a part of the future projects or the sister-concern shows. The cast who would not return for season 9 includes;
- Nick Gehlfuss is playing Will Halstead
- Yaya Da Costa is playing April Sexton
- Brian Tee is playing Ethan Choi
- Torrey DeVitto, playing Natalie Manning
- Rachel DiPillo is playing Sarah Reese
- Collin Donnel is playing Connor Rhodes
Expected Cast of Chicago Med Season 9:
The cast that has been a part of the past 8 seasons will be set to return with a season 9 as well. These are the classic characters of Chicago Med Season 9 that remain untouched.
- S. Epatha Merkerson as Sharon Goodwin
- Oliver Platt as Daniel Charles
- Marlyne Barrett as Maggie Lockwood
- Dominic Rains as Crockett Marcel
- Steven Weber as Dean Archer
- Jessy Schram as Hannah Asher
What is Chicago Med Season 9 about?
Without a trailer, we cannot speculate on the plot, but the 22 episodes will come up with a strong theme. The obvious facts remain: it will focus on the best team of doctors in the city and their abilities to solve complex cases. The Gaffney Medical Center, which houses such a talent pool of nurses and doctors, finds unique and stress-free methods to treat patients without opting for extremely invasive methods until necessary. The world of doctors, their unwavering support towards each other, and their personal lives will all intertwine once again in season 9. But with the trailer release, we can anticipate the plot further, and for that we have to wait.
Is there a trailer for Chicago Med Season 9?
No, as the show ended in July 2023, there is no promo or teaser for season 9. The trailer is expected by the beginning of 2024.
Where to watch Chicago Med Season 9?
Chicago Med is a show directed by Dick Wolf and Matt Olmstead. With 22 episodes per season of over an hour each, this NBC Original is available on NBC Network, Hulu Plus, FuboTv, and Vudu. For certain users in specific geographical areas, the show can be streamed for free via IMDb TV. IMDb has given the show a rating of 7.6/10 since 2015-the first season’s release.