Chicago Med (season 1)

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Chicago Med (season 1)
Chicago Med Season 1 DVD Cover.jpg
Chicago Med Season 1 DVD cover
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 18
Release
Original network NBC
Original release November 17, 2015 (2015-11-17) – May 17, 2016 (2016-05-17)
Season chronology
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List of Chicago Med episodes

The first season of Chicago Med, an American medical drama television series with executive producer Dick Wolf, and producers Michael Brandt, Peter Jankowski and Andrew Schneider, premiered on November 17, 2015 and concluded on May 17, 2016. The season contained 18 episodes.[1]

Plot[edit]

Chicago Med focuses on the emergency department at Gaffney Chicago Medical Center and on its doctors and nurses as they work to save patients' lives.[2]

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Recurring[edit]

  • Julie Berman as Dr. Samantha "Sam" Zanetti
  • Brennan Brown as Dr. Sam Abrams
  • Peter Mark Kendall as Joey Thomas
  • D. W. Moffett as Cornelius Rhodes
  • Christina Brucato as Claire Rhodes
  • Annie Potts as Helen Manning
  • Gregg Henry as Dr. David Downey
  • Susie Abromeit as Zoe Roth
  • Roland Buck III as Noah Sexton
  • Marc Grapey as Peter Kalmick
  • Cynthia Addai-Robinson as Dr. Vicki Glass
  • Lorena Diaz as Nurse Doris
  • Patti Murin as Dr. Nina Shore

Guest[edit]

Crossover characters[edit]

Episodes[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
(millions)
11"Derailed"Michael WaxmanStory by: Andrew Dettmann
Teleplay by: Andrew Dettmann & Diane Frolov & Andrew Schneider
November 17, 2015 (2015-11-17)8.64[3]

The grand opening of Chicago Med's emergency department is interrupted by victims of an "L" train crash, pushing the staff to their limits. Dr. Will Halstead and the new trauma fellow Dr. Connor Rhodes butt heads when the latter pulls rank when it comes to treating patients. Pregnant pediatrician Dr. Natalie Manning reveals that her husband was killed during his tour of duty in Afghanistan. Medical student Sarah Reese's first days on rotation take an emotional toll on her. Halstead and Manning are forced to perform an emergency surgery on a patient who is a surrogate to a couple.

Guest appearance: Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel
22"iNO"Fred BernerStephen HootsteinNovember 24, 2015 (2015-11-24)7.61[4]
Dr. Manning treats a 14-year-old girl who gave birth and abandoned her baby in an alley two blocks from the hospital. Dr. Charles and Reese treat a woman with a false case of dementia which is reclassified as hydrocephaly. Dr. Halstead treats a patient claiming he has suffered a heart attack which later turns much worse, and the nurses team up to throw Dr. Manning her baby shower.
33"Fallback"Tara Nicole WeyrSimran BaidwanDecember 1, 2015 (2015-12-01)9.87[5]
Dr. Choi asks for Dr. Charles' help in finding out why his army veteran patient seems to have diabetes even though he has none of the risk factors for it. Dr. Halstead treats a musician who is suffering from vertigo and may require dangerous surgery. Dr. Rhodes tries to treat a patient he's known for years who was impaled by a chandelier and deals with his overbearing father at the same time.
44"Mistaken"Donald PetrieEli TalbertDecember 8, 2015 (2015-12-08)9.60[6]
A mass movie theater shooting sends Chicago Med on edge. Dr. Halstead treats a patient who got trampled during the incident who later becomes brain dead. Sharon refuses to approve a liver transplant that Dr. Rhodes needs for his patient. Dr. Manning and Dr. Charles treat a patient with an apparent eating disorder. The person who stopped the shooter is questioned when it turns out the shooter did not have a gun. Dr. Rhodes is involved with Dr. Zanetti.
55"Malignant"Nick GomezJeff DrayerJanuary 5, 2016 (2016-01-05)8.39[7]

Hermann's condition takes a dramatic turn when Dr. Rhodes performs emergency surgery on him. Kelly Severide and Dr. Rhodes clash when it comes to Hermann's treatment. Dr. Choi, Dr. Charles, and Detective Jay Halstead investigate a woman from a Firehouse 51 call who was admitted after a possible suicide attempt. The doctors discover she was receiving high doses of chemotherapy for cancer she never had. April's younger brother has his first day on rotation and finds himself in over his head.

This episode continues a crossover with Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. that begins on "The Beating Heart" and concludes on "Now I'm God". It is included on the Chicago Fire Season 4 and Chicago P.D. Season 3 DVD sets.
66"Bound"Michael WaxmanWill PascoeJanuary 19, 2016 (2016-01-19)7.05[8]
Dr. Rhodes treats two patients who were found stowed away on an airplane. Later, he meets with Sharon and Homeland Security, who are trying to get the undocumented immigrants deported. Reese asks for Dr. Charles' help telling a young patient that he has a terminal disease. Dr. Manning goes into labor, while Dr. Halstead meets Helen (Annie Potts), her controlling mother-in-law.
77"Saints"Jann TurnerMary Leah SuttonJanuary 26, 2016 (2016-01-26)7.58[9]
Dr. Halstead treats an ex-convict who was arrested for armed carjacking. Dr. Rhodes, Dr. Choi, and Reese treat a couple who were on a first date. Sharon receives news that a federal law will keep the hospital from performing an important bone marrow transplant. Dr. Manning and her mother-in-law care for her newborn child.
88"Reunion"Donald PetrieStory by: David Weinstein
Teleplay by: David Weinstein & Stephen Hootstein
February 2, 2016 (2016-02-02)7.54[10]
Dr. Halstead and Dr. Manning, who is back from maternity leave, treat a child with multiple medical issues whose father may have been unintentionally abusing her. Dr. Choi diagnoses an old friend with colon cancer. Reese and April treat a seemingly inebriated patient and Dr. Rhodes catches the attention of a high-profile surgeon preparing to operate on a Saudi Arabian prince.
99"Choices"Jean de SegonzacJoshua Hale FialkovFebruary 9, 2016 (2016-02-09)7.02[11]
Dr. Halstead makes a decision that could cost him his job when he resuscitates a patient with stage four cancer who has a DNR in place. The nurses at the hospital ask their patients to fill out patient satisfaction cards. Reese and April care for a homeless man. Dr. Choi's issues surface after he treats a patient with a bipolar disorder.
1010"Clarity"Fred BernerSafura FadaviFebruary 16, 2016 (2016-02-16)6.66[12]
Dr. Choi and Reese deal with an overbearing father while treating his son following a hockey incident. Dr. Halstead deals with the fallout from his last patient and butts heads with Dr. Manning. Dr. Rhodes and Dr. Downey perform a lung transplant on a 9/11 hero suffering from pulmonary fibrosis.
1111"Intervention"Sanford BookstaverStory by: Jeff Drayer & Simran Baidwan
Teleplay by: Jeff Drayer & Simran Baidwan & Diane Frolov & Andrew Schneider
February 23, 2016 (2016-02-23)6.64[13]
Dr. Halstead is faced with the lawsuit brought by the woman he resuscitated against a DNR. Reese diagnoses a patient with a flesh-eating disease, and Dr. Choi and Dr. Rhodes treat a patient with a failing heart. Dr. Manning diagnoses a young girl with an infectious bacterium, but her parents don't want her vaccinated. Sharon celebrates her wedding anniversary.
1212"Guilty"Holly DaleMary Leah Sutton & Danny Weiss & Stephen HootsteinMarch 29, 2016 (2016-03-29)8.68[14]
Dr. Halstead continues to deal with the fallout from the lawsuit brought against him by his DNR patient. A police officer tries to stop a DUI driver from being taken to surgery, leading to Maggie being arrested, and Dr. Manning misdiagnoses a mother of child abuse. Meanwhile, Dr. Charles and Reese diagnose a patient with suicidal thoughts and place him on psychological hold.
1313"Us"Michael WaxmanDiane Frolov & Andrew Schneider & Jeff DrayerApril 5, 2016 (2016-04-05)7.23[15]
Still dealing with the fallout of his DNR patient, Dr. Halstead tries to organize a baptism for Dr. Manning's son. April befriends the father of a patient who was rushed in for swallowing magnets. Reese performs a procedure for which she's not qualified on a patient while awaiting the results of her residency match and Dr. Charles diagnoses a patient with a rare disorder when he tries to saw off his own arm.
1414"Hearts"Donald PetrieLiz BrixiusApril 19, 2016 (2016-04-19)8.16[16]
As Dr. Choi deals with his PTSD, he treats a veteran with an unusual heart problem. Dr. Manning treats a child who she originally thought was being abused by his father, until Dr. Charles makes a shocking diagnosis to the patient's brother. Dr. Rhodes must deal with the fallout of a child dying on his operating table. April starts to date a young patient's father, against Maggie's advice. Reese faints in front of Dr. Halstead, and it turns out she really doesn't want to leave the ER for pathology, which Sharon says isn't possible since the residency choices are legally binding contracts.
1515"Inheritance"Stephen CraggJoseph SousaApril 26, 2016 (2016-04-26)9.00[17]
Dr. Choi deals with a surrogate mother who is at 32 weeks and needs an emergency c-section because the baby is in distress but tries to refuse, because she will not receive her bonus if it is not full term. Meanwhile, Dr. Halstead treats a pair of brothers from his high school who used to bully him. Dr. Manning and Dr. Charles treat a patient with severe stomach pains. Also, April gets annoyed when she catches her brother running a side business without a license. Dr. Rhodes avoids seeing his sister to discuss family issues.
1616"Disorder"Ami MannEli TalbertMay 3, 2016 (2016-05-03)7.62[18]
Dr. Charles and Dr. Rhodes misdiagnose a patient presenting with mental and heart problems with dementia. Meanwhile, Dr. Manning and Reese treat a dog biting victim, Dr. Choi tags alongs with the paramedics and receives a call from a burn victim who lives like a hoarder. Meanwhile, Sharon warns everyone at the hospital to be on their professional behavior when the Joint Commission visits.
1717"Withdrawal"Fred BernerJeff Drayer & Stephen HootsteinMay 10, 2016 (2016-05-10)8.01[19]
Dr. Halstead and April butt heads when it comes to treating a patient with severe alcohol withdrawals and a broken leg. Meanwhile, Dr. Manning has a cardiac event when she loses her wedding ring, Dr. Rhodes is forced to perform bloodless surgery because of a patient who is a Jehovah's Witness and won't take a blood transfusion. Reese and Dr. Charles deals with elderly patients with the same symptoms.
1818"Timing"Michael WaxmanDiane Frolov & Andrew SchneiderMay 17, 2016 (2016-05-17)7.86[20]
Dr. Rhodes regrets to inform Dr. Downey that his liver cancer has spread to the brain and is not curable. Dr. Manning and Reese deal with an infant patient with multiple medical issues. Sharon learns that her husband is leaving her. Dr. Choi consults Dr. Charles about the parrot he rescued from the hoarder's house (in "Disorder") and gets a surprising suggestion. Also, Dr. Halstead bothers April to get an X-Ray following a serious fall she suffered. Reese and Dr. Halstead anxiously wait to hear about their futures.

Production[edit]

The series was greenlighted by NBC for the show's pilot episode on May 1, 2015.[21]

Casting[edit]

Laurie Holden was originally cast as Dr. Hannah Tramble, but dropped out due to "family reasons".[22][23] On May 29, 2015, Arrow star Colin Donnell was cast as Dr. Connor Rhodes, the hospital's newest ED physician.[24] In July 2015, Brian Tee joined the cast as Dr. Ethan Choi, an expert in infectious disease prevention and a Navy Reserve medical officer.[25] Pretty Little Liars star Torrey DeVitto was cast on August 13, 2015, as Dr. Natalie Manning, the ED pediatrician.[26] On August 14, 2015, Rachel DiPillo was cast as Sarah Reese, a fourth year medical student.[27] On April 13, 2016, it was announced that Jeff Hephner will reprise his Chicago Fire role as Jeff Clarke, however he has swapped professions and is now a fourth-year med student.[28]

Crossovers[edit]

A three-way crossover between Chicago Fire, Chicago Med and Chicago P.D. aired in January 5 and 6, 2016.[29]

Ratings[edit]

No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Derailed" November 17, 2015 2.2/7 8.64[3] N/A N/A N/A N/A
2 "iNO" November 24, 2015 1.8/6 7.61[4] 0.8 2.68 2.6 10.29[30]
3 "Fallback" December 1, 2015 2.0/6 9.87[5] 0.7 2.35 2.7 12.22[31]
4 "Mistaken" December 8, 2015 2.1/7 9.60[6] 0.8 2.51 2.9 12.11[32]
5 "Malignant" January 5, 2016 1.9/6 8.39[7] 1.1 3.97 3.0 12.36[33]
6 "Bound" January 19, 2016 1.6/5 7.05[8] 0.8 3.02 2.4 10.07[34]
7 "Saint" January 26, 2016 1.7/5 7.58[9] 0.6 2.38 2.3 9.96[35]
8 "Reunion" February 2, 2016 1.6/5 7.54[10] 0.8 2.70 2.4 10.24[36]
9 "Choices" February 9, 2016 1.6/5 7.02[11] 0.8 2.74 2.4 9.76[37]
10 "Clarity" February 16, 2016 1.4/5 6.66[12] 0.9 2.95 2.3 9.61[38]
11 "Intervention" February 23, 2016 1.5/5 6.64[13] 0.8 2.94 2.3 9.58[39]
12 "Guilty" March 29, 2016 1.8/6 8.68[14] 0.8 2.90 2.6 11.58[40]
13 "Us" April 5, 2016 1.5/5 7.23[15] 0.8 2.93 2.3 10.13[41]
14 "Hearts" April 19, 2016 1.6/5 8.16[16] 0.9 2.90 2.5 11.06[42]
15 "Inheritance" April 26, 2016 1.8/6 9.00[17] 0.8 2.69 2.6 11.58[43]
16 "Disorder" May 3, 2016 1.5/5 7.62[18] 0.8 2.86 2.3 10.48[44]
17 "Withdrawal" May 10, 2016 1.6/6 8.01[19] 0.8 2.86 2.4 10.86[45]
18 "Timing" May 17, 2016 1.6/5 7.86[20] 0.8 2.78 2.4 10.64[46]

Home media[edit]

The DVD release of season one is set to be released in Region 1 on August 30, 2016.

The Complete First Season
Set details Special features
  • 18 episodes
  • 851 minutes (Region 1)
  • 5-disc set
  • 1.78:1 aspect ratio
  • Languages:
    • English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    • Portuguese (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    • Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles:
    • English (Region 1)
    • Portuguese (Region 1)
    • Spanish (Region 1)
  • "The Beating Heart" – Chicago Fire Crossover Episode (Disc 2)
  • "Now I'm God" – Chicago P.D. Crossover Episode (Disc 2)
Release dates
 United States  United Kingdom  Australia
August 30, 2016[47] September 12, 2016[48] April 26, 2017[49]

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