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May 17

I have added images from the events Torrey attended from the years 2005-2010 to our gallery.

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Torrey DeVitto Web > EVENTS and APPEARANCES

May 17

Torrey was in New York City yesterday and attended the Entertainment Weekly & People Upfronts Party. She looked beautiful in a black lace gown. I have added images to our gallery.

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Torrey DeVitto Web > 2017 > May 15 | Entertainment Weekly & People Upfronts Party
Torrey DeVitto Web > 2017 > May 15 | Entertainment Weekly & People Upfronts Party – Inside

May 17

Variety gives us the good news that Chicago Med is coming back for next season!

NBC has renewed dramas “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago PD,” and “Chicago Med.” There is no word yet on the fate of the fourth leg of the “Chicago” franchise, “Chicago Justice.”

“Justice” is the most recent iteration of the shared universe of Midway procedurals. In its first season, the legal drama has averaged a 1.1 rating among adults 18-49 and 6.1 million viewers in Nielsen live-plus-same day numbers. That makes it the lowest rated of the four “Chicago” dramas produced by Dick Wolf. NBC is expected to wait until after next week’s upfront presentation to decide whether it will be renewed or canceled.

NBC already has a hefty commitment to Wolf next season. In addition to the three “Chicago” shows, his Wolf Films produces the likely-to-be-renewed “Law & Order: SVU,” as well as the upcoming miniseries “Law & Order: True Crime — The Menendez Murder,” starring Edie Falco.

The “Chicago” series have been dependable ratings performers for NBC at the 9 and 10 p.m. hours. “Med” season two averaged a 1.2 and 6.6 million viewers. “PD” season four averaged a 1.4 and 6.6 million. “Fire” season five averaged a 1.5 and 7.1 million viewers.

All three series are produced by Wolf Films and Universal Television.

May 17

StyleCaster plays 21 Random Questions with Torrey!

Torrey DeVitto may be best known for her roles on NBC’s “Chicago Med,” “Pretty Little Liars,” “Vampire Diaries,” and “One Tree Hill,” but the 32-year-old actress’ talents and passions beyond the TV screen are just as impressive. The daughter of a musician (her father played the drums for Billy Joel!), DeVitto got her start as a violinist at the age of six, and has even played on Stevie Nicks’ 2011 album In Your Dreams. In between sets and her philanthropic work for PETA, The Humane Society, and as a Hospice Ambassador; we caught up with her to ask all the fun questions, like her favorite lipstick and her personal hero. Get ready to love her on a whole new level.
1. What’s your middle name? Joël.
2. If you could have dinner with 3 people (living or dead) who would they be? Sofia Loren, Monica Bellucci, and Audrey Hepburn.
3. First thing you do when you get up in the morning? Meditate.
4. What’s your most used emoji? ?
5. What’s the last book you read? Septimania by Jonathan Levi
6. Go-to lipstick? I don’t really do lipstick, but I do love Rosebud Salve!
7. Favorite ice cream flavor? Good old chocolate!
8. Who is your hero? If little pieces of everyone I love made up one person, that would be my hero.
9. Favorite piece of clothing you own? This big cozy sweater/jacket that I wrap myself in nearly every morning I have an early call time.
10. What’s your pet peeve? When a nail technician scrapes your nails too hard. It makes me cringe.
11. What makes you laugh? Having a deep connection with someone makes me laugh. When the connection is deep enough, sometimes you can just look at each other and laugh, even it it’s nonsense.
12. What are you most proud of? Loving hard and being kind.
13. What is your passion? Life.
14. What’s your favorite farm animal? Pig!
15. What is your mantra right now? “I could see peace instead of this.”
16. Favorite 80s song? “Lovesong” by The Cure.
17. How do you take your coffee? With a little almond milk.
18. Favorite female singer of all time? Etta James.
19. Your hidden talent? Hula hoop dancing.
20. Who is your favorite fictional character? Holden Caulfield.
21. If you could come back as one person (or animal), living or dead, who would it be? My dog, Beau.

May 17

I am bringing the site back. I am working hard to bring the site up to date, so please be patient as I work on updates over the next little while.

Feb 17

The Chicago Sun Times gives us an exclusive look at a clip for this week’s Chicago Med.

Dr. Natalie Manning of “Chicago Med” treats an 8-year-old cancer patient in this week’s episode, but first she has to convince him to fight for his own life.

In an exclusive first look from the NBC series, Manning (Torrey DeVitto) confronts Gabe Moore’s father, Andy, who admits that he has stopped treatment at his son’s request.
“He can’t decide. He’s 8 years old,” Manning says to Andy Moore. “We need to start your son on his new chemo.”

When Dad refuses, Manning contacts the Department of Children and Family Services— leading to the father’s arrest.

Gabe is the latest patient with whom Manning gets personally involved — a big change for the character this season. In the show’s debut season, she was more by the book, DeVitto said in an interview last fall.

“I love that you see a more human side to her medical personality,” DeVitto said. “And now this year you see her stumbling and kind of messing up in a very human way, which I really like.”

As the second season began last fall, Manning returned to Gaffney Chicago Medical Center after having a baby. Becoming a mom helped change her character’s approach to medicine.

“Motherhood definitely creates more of an attachment, I think, especially working with kids,” DeVitto said. “It adds a new level to the way she works with her patients.”

Manning isn’t the only doctor treating an uncooperative patient in the episode. Dr. Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) deals with a woman with heart problems who won’t listen to him.

Halstead also has problems on the personal front; he and Nina (guest star Patti Murin) work through their first relationship test.

Meanwhile, Dr. Choi (Brian Tee), Dr. Charles (Oliver Platt) and Dr. Reese (Rachel DiPillo) work on a complicated case involving a woman with a personality disorder. Dr. Rhodes (Colin Donnell) convinces Dr. Latham (guest star Ato Essandoh) to join him for a medical trip out of town, which puts Latham’s personality issues to the test.

Cameron Knight, a local actor and professor at the Theatre School of DePaul University, appears as Andy Moore in the episode. Chicago actor Zach Thomas plays his son, Gabe.

The episode, titled “Theseus’ Ship,” airs at 8 p.m. Thursday on NBC. Watch another promo below.

Jan 17

Happy New Year! And the first update for 2017 is to add events from 2011 …. here’s to hoping for some fun ones in the upcoming 12 months!

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Torrey DeVitto Web > EVENTS and APPEARANCES > 2011

Dec 16

I have added images to the gallery from the events that she attended in 2012.

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Torrey DeVitto Web > EVENTS and APPEARANCES > 2012

Dec 16

TV Guide shares the news that a member of the cast of Chicago Med will be leaving the show in the near future.

They also included this fun video with the cast!

The staff members at Gaffney Chicago Medical Center are accustomed to dealing with loss, but what happens when it’s one of their own?

Someone is going to be leaving NBC’s Chicago Med by the end of the season — and unfortunately, they won’t be heading off to bigger and better things. We’ve heard that the exit, which occurs a few episodes before the season finale, will be a “tragic” one that “has a profound effect” on the recurring character’s colleagues.

Look, you don’t need to be a brain surgeon to figure out that someone’s going to be saying goodbye to Chicago Med in a body bag — and this time it’s not one of the patients.

There is one silver lining amid the grief: The sudden departure causes a huge shake-up at the hospital, leaving a vacancy that may create a new, much-needed career opportunity for one of the remaining staffers.

Dec 16

I have added captures from Torrey’s scenes during Season One of Chicago Med to the gallery.

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Torrey DeVitto Web > Chicago Med (2015 – Present) > Season One > Episode Captures