I don't have all the words right now but this film is a work of art.
This movie was so-so. It had it's moments, but wasn't the greatest.
Watching it is like watching the spectacle of a class clown at their best: you laugh at their jokes, instigate their defiance, and "ooooh" when they get in trouble.
The character of Dr Eva Bekker comes across as brass, harsh, arrogant, and stuck up. She really is a negative influence on the show.
Well I quite like the characters portrayed in this series I have nearly given up watching because of the medical errors.
Like open heart and lung surgery on an awake talking patient.
Once you open the chest you need a tube down the throat to control breathing.
Please get a better medical advisor.
My husband and I watch Chicago Med and like it very much. But one thing is lacking.....an ER chaplain! Every hospital Where I have worked (retired RN) has had a hospital chaplain to respond to patients, family and staff spiritual needs. So many of your story lines have doctors, nurses and psych trying to deal with patients' guilt and spiritual needs. Not realistic. You need to add a chaplain.
EDIT: Based on others' reviews I decided to check out Code Black, another medical drama.Why does Code Black have the same story about a hockey player as Chicago Med? I checked the airing dates:Code Black, season 1, episode 2: Oct. 7, 2015 Chicago Med, season 1, episode 10: Feb. 16, 2016How has this escaped attention and why is it OK?§I never knew there were a whole group of shows that were all related. I just started watching this on a whim, and because I generally like medical shows.This one is so fake it almost seems like a soap opera. The acting is extremely stiff at times, especially Brian Lee, who play's Dr. Choi. It's almost funny.It also picks up at the start of some episodes as if all viewers are supposed to know what happened before, like in the episode where the firefighter colleague of theirs arrives with a huge mess of people waiting for him, and nothing is even said about that or his recovery. I guess it's necessary to watch Chicago Fire or something to understand that, but it's messy for the viewers if we don't.I also don't like how the brand names of meds are thrown around. It seems like a pug for the pharmaceutical industry. It's not necessary. The script could call for an actor asking for a sedative with a fake name instead of calling out for Ativan. The doctor could ask the patient if he/she tried any pain reliever instead of saying Tylenol.This show is OK for background noise while I'm doing something else.