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Chicago Med: First Pictures of New Cast Members on the Set of Season 7

Chicago Med First Pictures of New Cast Members on the Set of Season 7

As previously reported, NBC has scheduled the premiere of Chicago Med season 7 for September 22, 2021, on its fall 2021 premiere calendars.

Guy Lockard and Kristen Hager join the cast of Chicago Med season 7 as Dr. Dylan Scott and Dr. Stevie Hammer

With the end of the Season 6 of the medical drama Chicago Med, fans saw two favorite characters say goodbye. April Sexton, played by Yaya DaCosta, and Torrey DeVitto (Dr. Natalie Manning), both actresses who were part of the original cast of the NBC series.

Although not confirmed, it is likely that DeVitto will return at the start of the seventh episode to conclude the Dr. Natalie Manning story arc. What is certain, however, is that DaCosta and DeVitto’s replacements are already on the film set of season 7 of the medical drama.

As fans know, Season 7 will introduce two new doctors at the Gaffney Chicago Medical Center, played as regulars by Kristen Hager and Guy Lockard. Undoubtedly, both new additions are thanks to NBC’s effort to fill the gap between April and Natalie.

In Season 7 of Chicago Med, Lockard will take on the role of Dr. Dylan Scott, a former Chicago cop who gave up his guns to become a doctor, while Hager will play Dr. Stevie Hammer, the newest member of the ER.

First look at Dr. Scott and Dr. Hammer on the Chicago Med Season 7 set with guest stars

Filming for season 7 of Chicago Med recently began, so it’s safe to say that the new episodes are officially underway. And some photos posted on the social network Instagram reveal the first look at the new cast members of Chicago Med, who have transformed into their characters, along with other guest stars.

A new guest post from Season 7 shows Lockard and Hager in all their glory as Dr. Scott and Dr. Hammer, dressed in full suits and Med’s signature medical uniforms. According to the image, they appear to be coming together to treat a young patient who is admitted to the ER for treatment.

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