Long wait to see the fate of many major Chicago Med The characters are coming to an end, with the season 8 premiere of the hit medical drama on NBC fast approaching Autumn TV schedule. Season seven ended with Will Halstead and Dylan Scott trapped in a burning apartment building, with both staircases blazing. Hannah Asher apparently escaped, but Joe was injured in the scuffle by the shooter. Now, show makers Andrew Schneider and Diane Frolov have opened to CinemaBlend About this fiery slopeAnd the story of VasCom and the ongoing struggle on the road.
Since the hell of One Chicago tend to happen Chicago fire instead of Chicago MedAs of the end of season seven, Will and Dylan’s lives were in grave danger. After all, they are doctors, not firefighters! While the show’s creators haven’t nailed down exactly what will happen when Season 8 begins, Andrew Schneider confirmed that the decision was planned again when the cliffhanger was written:
It seems fans shouldn’t expect every character to have the same accuracy, which may or may not be a good thing. We hope at least no one else gets shot, as it seems to have happened to Joe! Will and Dylan have enough problems to deal with thanks to the fire that ravaged the building that Will recently purchased. Diane Frolov revealed it Med “He got help from FireIn making the fiery slope happen, Andrew Schneider explained:
It makes sense to have a file Chicago fire The team will provide assistance to Chicago Med raising temperatures. Since the abyss at the end Fire Season 10 featured only two characters who were out of town well, and some of the rest of the Firehouse 51 crew should be available to lend a helping hand earlier than usual on Wednesday nights. The showrunners haven’t just identified which characters might cross in order to help Will and Dylan, so fans will have to tune in to find out!
Unfortunately for Will, the fire seemed severe enough that his use of VasCom’s money to purchase the building was already lost. Hopefully he didn’t move all of his personal belongings already into the apartment, or maybe he lost a lot more than just his VasCom money. Regarding whether or not this story ends in the Season 7 finale, Schneider has a preview:
Dr. Cooper’s fate was not completely resolved by the end of Season 7, although he was pretty much his own Crossing the point of no return When he used cocaine in front of Will in November. It’s probably safe to say that he won’t be brought back as a hospital doctor, and we won’t see how the trial goes from inside the courtroom (which is tracking after Cancellation Chicago Justice), but there may be some answers on the way.
But what about the conflicts that were definitely coming once Chicago Med Solve the fiery slope and move forward? When I asked what the show’s makers were looking forward to fans finally being able to see from season eight, Diane Frolov shared:
Hospital shortages are a real-life issue facing the medical community, from staffing to supplies to resources. This is definitely not the first time this has happened Chicago Med He touched on real-world issues, such as When COVID . included In the story, the imperfection will obviously be an ongoing problem in season eight. Follow Andrew Schneider:
The “dramatic situations” are part of the One Chicago fun, and fans seem to have a lot to look forward to with the deadly cliffhanger problem solved as well as what’s to come next. Let’s just hope no other parts of Will’s life (and their livelihood) catch on fire for the foreseeable future!
Season 8 premiere of the movie Chicago Med It airs Wednesday, September 21 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC, which opens the full night of the One Chicago event. Fire Season 11 begins at 9 p.m., with PD Season 10 premieres at 10 p.m. Peacock subscription And check the details where we stopped FireAnd the PDAnd the Med.