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  • 11 Hot TV Doctors

    Today is National Doctors Day, a time when we should “say ‘thank you’ to our physicians for all that they do for us and our loved ones,” according to the National Day Calendar. And it’s not difficult for TV fans to celebrate the doctors in their lives — because medical dramas starring good-looking healers have been a staple of the industry since the days of Dr. Kildare. And now, Yahoo TV would like to say thank you to the doctors in our lives — from Grey’s Anatomy, Chicago Med, Lethal Weapon and more. ...

  • ‘Chicago Fire’ Crossover First Look: A Warehouse Goes Up in Flames

    When a massive fire hits the world of Chicago Fire, P.D., and the new Justice, it’s going to take all hands on deck to deal with the blaze and its tragic aftermath. “We’re going to need every company in the city,” notes a worried Casey (Jesse Spencer). The warehouse’s setup makes it extremely difficult for the firefighters, including Severides (Taylor Kinney), to get in, much less rescue everyone.

  • #OneChicago Day: ‘Med,’ ‘P.D.,’ and ‘Justice’ Stars Share Their Pics

    NBC’s #OneChicago day is becoming an annual tradition, and for fans it’s as welcome a celebration as Christmas, Hanukkah and Diwali all rolled up into one. Since the Chicago casts did such a good job with their twitter takeover last year, this year we turned over our account to P.D. star Marina Squerciati, Med star Nick Gehlfuss, and Justice star Joelle Carter — while P.D. co-star Sophia Bush snapped some pics for Yahoo TV’s instagram account. As always, the Chicago group did not disappoint. Click through to see what it’s like to work with this good-looking gang of goofballs.

  • Halloween Costumes for Your TV-Loving Squad

    Ready to roll with your squad on Halloween night — but need ideas for costumes? Look no further than your TV! TV shows offer plenty of interesting ideas for group costumes. Of course, you'll probably see plenty of The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones squads on Halloween, so how about we help you dig a little deeper into the channels for your friends?

  • Fall TV Preview 2016: Details on New Seasons of NBC’s ‘Chicago’ Shows

    Dick Wolf’s Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D, and Chicago Med are returning with dramatic storylines, fascinating cases, compelling new characters and sexy romances.

  • 'Chicago' Binge Alert! NBC Makes all Eps of 'Fire,' 'P.D.' and 'Med' Available (For One Week)

    Starting April 18, fans can watch every episode of 'Chicago Fire,' 'Chicago Med' and 'Chicago P.D.' — for one week only — on the NBC app, NBC.com, or on demand. 

  • NBC Renews 'Chicago Med,' 'Law & Order: SVU'

    NBC has given an 18th season renewal for Law & Order: SVU as well as a pickup for the second season of Chicago Med, TheWrap has learned. In addition, Universal Television has renewed their deal with the creator of both shows, Dick Wolf, through 2020. Two other Wolf-created series, Chicago PD and Chicago Fire, had previously been renewed.

  • 'Chicago Med' Preview Clip: Dr. Charles Is in Deep Doo-Doo

    The chill Dr. Charles (Oliver Platt) does something to piss everyone off in this exclusive preview of next week's 'Chicago Med.'

  • 'Big Bang Theory,' 'Fear the Walking Dead,' 'Supergirl,' More Join PaleyFest 2016

    A tribute to Dick Wolf featuring the stars of all four of his NBC dramas, is also on tap.

  • The 'Chicago Fire/Med/P.D.' Crossover Event: Our Wish List

    What we want to see in the epic 'Chicago Med'/'Chicago Fire'/'Chicago PD' three-way crossover.

  • It's Damn Cold on the 'Chicago Fire,' 'P.D.,' and 'Med' Sets

    Taylor Kinney on the set of Chicago Fire is like the U.S. Postal Service: Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night keeps him from working. Winter his HERE for the fine folks on Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med.

  • Even More 'Chicago': Your 6 Best Suggestions for a 4th NBC Spin-Off

    Sophia Bush with Chicago and Law & Order franchise creator Dick Wolf (Getty Images) Chicago fans, you guys are awesome! When we posted our five suggestions for a fourth show to add to the NBC franchise of Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med, you not only made us feel all warm and fuzzy about our ideas, you shared your own damn good ones. So we want to return the favor. Below are the six best concepts we read in the comments, complete with fleshed out storylines and suggested casting.

  • 'Chicago Med' Review: It's Better Than 'Code Black'!

    In the opening moments of Chicago Med, premiering Tuesday night on NBC, real Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel speaks at a dedication ceremony for the new trauma center where this new series will take place. Padded with kids including an unborn child in medical danger, its corridors filled to capacity with the most attractive doctors this side of an afternoon soap opera, Chicago Med is not a subtle enterprise. A handsome new doctor played by Colin Donnell (Arrow) arrives at the hospital and he immediately rouses resentment in another handsome doctor, played by Nick Gehlfuss.

  • We Rank the 12 Hottest 'Chicago' Men From 'Fire,' 'P.D.,' and 'Med'

    We’re sure there are plenty of skills needed to star in NBC’s Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., or its latest, Chicago Med, but there’s only one we’re focusing on today: Looking good shirtless. With Med making its debut this week and the year coming to a close pretty soon, we’re counting down the trilogy’s 12 hottest hotties who would totally make a Men of Chicago calendar. (By the way, NBC, when will you start selling a Men of Chicago calendar? Also, have you had a chance to look at our latest Chicago spin-off ideas?)

  • 'Chicago' Mania: 5 Suggestions for a 4th NBC Spin-Off

    If there can be three Chicago shows, why not make it four? With the third, Chicago Med, premiering on Nov. 17 — making Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. a trilogy — we did a little brainstorming on what new Chicago setting could complete the square and still be rife with stories, crossover opportunities, and characters who are really, really, ridiculously good-looking. 1. Chicago Paper Newspapers are dying, and now viewers can see that struggle for themselves, as the young, growing online team at a local publication battles with the veterans on the print side for the biggest scoops. Molly’s In a sad turn of events, Chicago Fire’s Otis (Yuri Sardarov) is injured in the line of duty and takes to running Molly’s, the bar he owns with several other members of Firehouse 51, full time.

  • Just What the Doctor Ordered: It's a Twitter Takeover, Chicago Style

    Now here’s something we don’t do every day. We let the stars from a trio of NBC dramas take over our Twitter account, and it was just what the doctor ordered. And the fire department. And the police department.

  • Best and Worst Showrunner Switches

    NBC has announced that Chicago Med, the latest installment in Dick Wolf’s burgeoning Chicago Fire/Chicago PD empire, is bidding farewell to showrunner Andrew Dettmann. In April, for example, Netflix confirmed that Daredevil showrunner Steven S. DeKnight wouldn’t be back for Season 2 of the wildly popular superhero series, replaced by the team of Doug Petrie and Marco Ramirez.