Where is Dr. Sarah Reese on Chicago Med season 4 tonight? In the midst of the epic crossover, it’s easy for forget about the past.
Ultimately, consider this article leading up to the three-part event tonight a reminder as to what happened to the character.
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Back in last week’s Chicago Med premiere, Dr. Reese made the announcement that she is leaving the hospital in the way of her father’s arrest for murder … and also Dr. Charles’ decision to hide most of his investigation from her. Through some of his actions, there were some lines that were crossed that can never be un-crossed. He put himself into a position where he broke her heart and has to deal with the consequences. Dr. Reese isn’t a pushover, and she treats her job and her well-being seriously. After some deception like this, she can’t trust Daniel anymore. Hence, she is gone from Med and will finish her training elsewhere.
As for whether or not we could eventually see Rachel DiPillo on the NBC series again in the future, executive producers Andrew Schneider and Diane Frolov told CarterMatt recently at One Chicago Day that the door is always open. This is obviously far from a confirmation that the character will turn back up, but for some of you out there, at least consider this a small beacon of hope. Dr. Reese is a great character with tremendous heart and introspection; she is a truly unique addition to the series, and one that will be terribly missed however long she is going. Her exit will greatly inform what happens in the future with Dr. Charles, who may treat future doctors differently.
Are you going to miss Dr. Reese on Chicago Med, and are there any ways in which you can envision her coming back to the series down the line? Share in the attached comments below! (Photo: NBC.)