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Chicago Med: Season Eight, DVD DVD

Chicago Med: Season Eight DVD

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All 22 episodes from the eighth season of the US hospital drama set in the emergency department of a busy Chicago medical centre.

The show follows Dr Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) and his dedicated team of doctors and nurses as they attempt to tackle the unique and challenging cases which occur day-to-day in their highly-pressured and unpredictable department.

In this season, Marcel (Dominic Rains) leads a team to help treat the victims of a subway train derailment and the emergency department must combat major supply shortages.

The episodes are: 'How Do You Begin to Count the Losses', '(Caught Between) The Wrecking Ball and the Butterfly', 'Winning the Battle, But Still Losing the War', 'The Apple Doesn't Fall Far from the Teacher', 'Yep, This Is the World We Live In', 'Mamma Said There Would Be Days Like This', 'The Clothes Make the Man... Or Do They?', ' Everyone's Fighting a Battle You Know Nothing About', 'This Could Be the Start of Something New', 'A Little Change Might Do You Some Good', 'It Is What It Is, Until It Isn't', 'We All Know What They Say About Assumptions', 'It's an Ill Wind That Blows Nobody Good', 'On Days Like Today...

Silver Linings Become Lifelines', 'Those Times You Have to Cross the Line', 'What You See Isn't Always What You Get', 'Know When to Hold and When to Fold', 'I Could See the Writing On the Wall', 'Look Closely and You Might Hear the Truth', 'The Winds of Change Are Starting to Blow', 'Might Feel Like It's Time for a Change' and 'Does One Door Close and Another One Open?'.

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