The city's most highly skilled medical team saves lives, while navigating their unique interpersonal relationships.
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Series cast summary:
Nick Gehlfuss ...  Will Halstead / ... 118 episodes, 2015-2021
Yaya DaCosta ...  April Sexton 118 episodes, 2015-2021
Torrey DeVitto ...  Natalie Manning 118 episodes, 2015-2021
Brian Tee ...  Ethan Choi / ... 117 episodes, 2015-2021
Marlyne Barrett ...  Maggie Lockwood 117 episodes, 2015-2021
S. Epatha Merkerson ...  Sharon Goodwin 117 episodes, 2015-2021
Oliver Platt ...  Daniel Charles 117 episodes, 2015-2021
Lorena Diaz ...  Nurse Doris 85 episodes, 2015-2021
Colin Donnell ...  Connor Rhodes 84 episodes, 2015-2019
Ashland Thomas Ashland Thomas ...  ED Doctor 1 episode, 2016-2020
Courtney Rioux ...  Paramedic Courtney / ... 67 episodes, 2016-2021
Rachel DiPillo ...  Sarah Reese 62 episodes, 2015-2018


An emotional thrill ride through the day-to-day chaos of the city's most explosive hospital and the courageous team of doctors who hold it together. They will tackle unique new cases inspired by topical events, forging fiery relationships in the pulse-pounding pandemonium of the emergency room. Written by NBC

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Saving Lives With Everything They Got See more »




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This is basically a reboot of ER, another Chicago based medical drama. See more »

Crazy Credits

Lorena Diaz(Doris) appears in nearly every episode, but her name is never listed in the opening credits. See more »


Referenced in Chicago P.D.: Endings (2018) See more »

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Generic, run-of-the-mill medical drama
4 August 2017 | by aniuonySee all my reviews

This is an okay show. It's formulaic and predictable. Often when patients first came in, you can guess what their storyline will be based on how other shows have portrayed the same issue. There are no significant twists or plot points. You begin to hope there might be some continuous issues that span more than a single episode, but those are very few and far between.

It's decent for something to mindlessly watch while doing something else, but it's disappointing. The characters are bland and flat. I am almost 20 episodes in, and I can't remember the characters names. There is no chemistry in the romances. The main character, Dr. Rhodes is very one dimensional and lacks a personality. It feels like half the time he's on screen it's for someone to reaffirm how special he is. The female characters don't really have backgrounds, and the limited backgrounds of those who have them are defined by the men in their lives. All the attorneys are awful people. It's painfully obvious when they're breaking down medical jargon for the audience when their patients repeatedly say "in English, please!" or "But what does that mean!" There comes a point where it just seems like poor bedside manner that the doctors don't know how to talk to their patients without confusing them.

I don't feel this is a particularly interesting, original, or complex show.

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