Chicago Med Outperforms Grey’s Anatomy as the Season’s Most-Watched Medical Drama

As the year comes to a close, the final ratings for this season’s fall programs are in, and Chicago Med has beaten out its rivals to become the most-watched medical drama of the 2021-22 season so far!

Chicago Med beats Grey’s Anatomy in the ratings

Chicago Med has a season-to-date total viewership of 6.7 million, which is 63 percent greater than the second most-watched medical drama of the season, ABC’s veteran series Grey’s Anatomy, which had a total viewership of 4.1 million through its fall finale.

The most recent season’s plot

The autumn finale will show Will (Nick Gehlfuss) struggling to digest the results of his secret probe into Matt, as teased by the narrative (Michael Rady). Will appears to be teaming up with Dylan (Guy Lockard) this week to assist treat a young kid in between attempting to wrap his head around things.

Two physicians will struggle to keep their secrets hidden in another episode, while another set of doctors will have to work together with an unusual ally to save a patient in need of a transplant.

What else can you look forward to in the new episode? Season 7, episode 9 of Chicago Med is described as follows by NBC— “As Will works alongside Dylan to save a 4-month-old patient, the conclusion of Will’s investigation weighs heavily on his mind. Stevie and Vanessa both have trouble keeping their truths hidden. Crockett and Blake team up with Abrams to save a liver transplant patient.”

Of course, the season is still a few months away, but it’s wonderful to watch Chicago Med beat its rivals throughout the fall, proving that NBC’s medical drama isn’t slowing down!

Chicago Med is currently available to watch on Netflix as well.

Written by Dave Cunningham

Raised and born in West London. Dave is currently studying BA in Psychology at CUNY Hunter College. Netflix favourites: You, Stranger Things, Ozark & Virgin River.

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