Was Chicago Med cancelled? (Is Chicago Med season 8 happening?)

"And Now We Come To The End" Episode 722 -- Pictured: Oliver Platt as Daniel Charles -- (Photo by: George Burns Jr/NBC)
"And Now We Come To The End" Episode 722 -- Pictured: Oliver Platt as Daniel Charles -- (Photo by: George Burns Jr/NBC) /

The 2021-22 fall television season has come to a close and with it came the end of all of our favorite series, including Chicago Med and the One Chicago dramas.

Season 7 turned out to be quite an eventful season for the series bringing with it a lot of changes to the cast right out of the gate.

The opening hour of the season bid farewell to series regulars Torrey DeVitto and Yaya DaCosta following both actresses’ decision to depart the show rather than to extend their contracts. With the departures of Natalie and April, Med introduced a wave of new doctors who quickly won fans over including a familiar face who made their way back to town.

It was also a season filled with surprising new developments for our favorite characters right up until the closing hour of the season — one which left relationships and lives in the balance. Now that the season has come to a close, all eyes are towards the future leading many fans to question whether Chicago Med has been cancelled or renewed.

Is Chicago Med cancelled?

Chicago Med has not been cancelled and will be returning for season 8 on NBC this fall. While the series did not receive a renewal this year, which created some confusion among fans, this was because the show had previously been renewed for three seasons back in 2020.

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Season 8 is the final season in the show’s three-season pickup, so it should be interesting to see if the series is lucky enough to receive another multi-season renewal from NBC or if we’ll transition back to single-season renewals.

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