Chicago Med hit the returning with the Season 7 debut, which bounced into the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. Will Halstead and Hannah Asher had come together over break, and Will confessed his love towards her, yet it wasn’t exactly an inspiring sentimental approach to begin the season.
Hannah overdosed on drugs, and they were in the rear of an emergency vehicle. Before the hour’s over, Hannah was ready to leave Chicago Med with Will anticipating a stay, and that could mean that there are big plans for him in the remainder of Season 7.
Will at last needed to confront the truth that back in season 5 Dr. Charles said that addicts hurling themselves entirely into sentimental connections excessively can have a blowback. It’s clear that Will had gone through months trusting that something will happen to Hannah, and she overdosed after the pressure got unimaginable to overlook.
Chicago Med Season 7: Update
Initially, it appeared as though Will was eager to get back on track before the OD, yet in an astonishing snap of awareness, Will Halstead understood that him filling in as Hannah’s motivation to remain calm wasn’t solid or reasonable for both of them.
Along these lines, Hannah chose to go to California where she won’t be known as the specialist with the drug issue and Will chose to remain. The series added Tehmina Sunny (Pandora actor)to play Dr. Sabeena Virani. A doctor running a clinical preliminary test for an oral cardiovascular failure med for Kender Pharma and needs Will on board as a co-head examiner.
Will at first turned her down because of the things that have been going on in his life, yet the takeoff of Hannah persuades that this could be an issue on everyone’s mind for Will. Natalie will have to confront a few results in the wake of standing up for a patient. Dr. Charles (who had been determined to have and afterward recuperated from COVID-19) will manage some issues regarding his family.
See how everything goes down with the following new episode of Chicago Med on Wednesday, November 18 at 8 p.m. ET. New episodes of Chicago Fire air at 9 p.m. ET and Chicago P.D. at 10 p.m. ET.