Chicago Med boss hints at potential Natalie and Will reunion

Joe Anderton
·2-min read
Photo credit: NBC Universal
Photo credit: NBC Universal

From Digital Spy

Chicago Med spoilers follow.

Chicago Med's fan-favourite couple 'Manstead' — Natalie Manning and Will Halstead — could potentially be reuniting in the future.

The duo almost tied the knot, but are currently apart after he jilted her at the altar because he had to enter into witness protection. Although his argument is that he is trying to protect her, she doesn't agree.

There's quite a lot keeping them apart right now, but the couple have been through so much together since the show began — from their 'will they, won't they' to all the near-death experiences — but is there any chance of seeing the pair back together?

Photo credit: NBC Universal
Photo credit: NBC Universal

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In a fan-mail section, the folks at TVLine tease a reunion, stating: "Don’t lose hope. Executive producer Andrew Schneider tells us that there will be 'quite a few' storylines in which the exes intersect. 'Let’s just say that Natalie’s mom becomes a patient at the hospital,' Schneider teases."

Elsewhere, Will's older brother Jay is having his own relationship dramas over on Chicago PD, as it looks like things are finally progressing with Hailey Upton.

"Juggling a romantic relationship in the workplace is tricky," PD's showrunner said to TVLine. "Making things even trickier, Halstead and Upton are very different people – and very different cops.

Photo credit: NBC Universal
Photo credit: NBC Universal

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"So there will definitely be workplace conflicts that might carry over into their personal life.

"But I think Upton and Halstead really love each other. So there's a decent chance — a 50/50 chance, I'd say – that things might work out."

Chicago Med airs on NBC in the US, and on Sky Witness in the UK.

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