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what about dr Happened to Choi in Chicago Med?

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“I think Ethan will see things differently and hopefully fans will see other sides of Ethan,” Brian Tee said in an interview

Chicago Med has aired since 2015. It is the third series in Dick Wolf’s Chicago franchise and focuses on the emergency room at Gaffney Chicago Medical Center, where doctors and nurses work day and night to save patients’ lives. After greenlighting the show’s pilot episode on May 1, 2015, NBC ordered 13 episodes for the first season. A further 5 episodes were then ordered on December 11, 2015, bringing the season to 18 episodes. The show has aired every year since and is now entering its eighth season.

“Chicago Med” sometimes overlaps with characters from “Chicago Fire,” which is coming up for season 11, and “Chicago PD.” Read on to find out what happened to Dr. Choi, played by former Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift star Brian Tee.

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what about dr Happened to Choi in Chicago Med?

If you’re a Chicago Med fan, you know that Dr. Choi didn’t return to Chicago Med until Season 7 Episode 7. Choi, who is still recovering, made things worse in episode 8 after he was diagnosed with herniated intervertebral discs. He then had spinal fusion surgery that left him out of action for several months. He eventually returned in Season 7, Episode 12, where he received more devastating news: his terminally ill father had died. After that, Dr. Choi back from his second ‘Chicago Med’ break in Season 7 Episode 18.

In an interview with Variety, showrunner Andrew Schneider said, “Ethan went through a lot of life changes while filming.” Tee only appeared in three episodes during the season, due to his role alongside Nicole Kidman in Amazon Prime’s The Expats shot video.

Brian Tee shed some light on his character’s development in a recent interview with TV Insider. He said, “Ethan has been dealing with PTSD seriously since season one. It’s an ongoing process, but I think any trauma like Ethan’s [recently] experience would make anyone think about life. Who he is, what he does, and what it means… You’ll see Ethan grow and maybe even change as he navigates this experience. I think Ethan will see things differently and hopefully fans will see other sides of Ethan.”

Season 11 of Chicago Med will return to NBC and occupy the 9:00 p.m. EST primetime slot.

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