Colin Donnell Thanks Fans After 'Chicago Med' Season 4 Finale Exit

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Chicago Med star Colin Donnell is saying goodbye to the NBC series.

The 36-year-old actor took to Twitter Wednesday following his and Norma Kuhling's departures during the Season 4 finale.

Donnell played Dr. Connor Rhodes for four seasons. He thanked fans for tuning into his final episode.

'Chicago Med' Still Has to Write Out Connor & Ava After the Season 4 Finale

'Chicago Med' Still Has to Write Out Connor & Ava After the Season 4 Finale

Is Connor right about his suspicions regarding Ava?

"Thanks for watching everyone!! #ChicagoMedFinale," the star tweeted.

Donnell also shared a behind-the-scenes photo on Instagram of himself kissing his real-life wife, actress Patti Murin, on the Chicago Med set. Murin guest stars as Dr. Nina Shore on the show.

"1000% the greatest #bts show I've ever had. @pattimurin," Donnell captioned the post.

 

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The Season 4 finale ended with Connor and Dr. Ava Bekker (Kuhling) parting on bad terms after Connor's father's death. Kuhling celebrated the finale by posting a video on Instagram Stories of herself dancing to the Ava Max song "Sweet but Psycho" and a photo of herself relaxing on a beach.

 

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Donnell had confirmed his impending departure from Chicago Med in a tweet in April.

"Sorry to say that this is true. I love my #ChicagoMed #OneChicago family dearly. And a special thank you to all the fans that have made these last four seasons so amazing," the actor wrote.

Colin Donnell & Jon Seda's Best 'One Chicago' Moments Ahead of Their Exits

Colin Donnell & Jon Seda's Best 'One Chicago' Moments Ahead of Their Exits

The 'Chicago Med' and 'Chicago P.D.' stars are leaving their shows at the end of their current seasons.

"It's been an honor to be a part of such a great trio of shows and in the @WolfEnt family," he added, referencing Chicago P.D. and Chicago Fire and series creator Dick Wolf. "I know that there's great things coming in Season 5 and I can't wait to see what they are along with all you fans."

Chicago P.D. also aired its Season 6 finale Wednesday. The episode was Jon Seda's final episode as Det. Antonio Dawson.

By Annie Martin

Originally published in UPI Entertainment News.