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The "MDs" show was canceled because of the TV network's error: they put it against two other medical shows at the same time/day and so it couldn't withstand the competition. However, watching the series I found one more flaw: the first 3-4 episodes were really good. Then, it became really boring and disconnected. I guess that had something to do with the viewership and the consequent cancellation too...
William Fichtner is very attractive in the series, playing a divorced heart surgeon with a... Harley Davindson.
In a not so nice note though, I felt sick more than once with that series. They would simulate heart transplant operations and I was that close from throwing up.
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