Inconceivable (2005– )

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A drama based around the doctors, psychologists, lawyers and patients at a fertility clinic.

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Series cast summary:
 Scott Garcia (10 episodes, 2005)
 Dr. Nora Campbell (10 episodes, 2005)
 Angel Hernandez (10 episodes, 2005)
 Suzanne Cohen (5 episodes, 2005)
 Dave Cohen (5 episodes, 2005)
 Jim Kleckner (5 episodes, 2005)
Lisa Waltz ...
 Ellen Gilley (5 episodes, 2005)


A drama based around the doctors, psychologists, lawyers and patients at a fertility clinic.

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So happy this show was cancelled
11 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As a person who is still in the throes of infertility, this show smacks of every misconception (pardon the pun) that exists about infertility. There have already been several story lines about irresponsible surrogates, and frankly, surrogates already get enough crap dumped on them; what they are doing is a wonderful gift for an infertile couple, and very rarely do these crazy situations arise such as those recently aired on Inconceivable and ER. But hey - it's all about drama, right? And ratings? Then by all means, perpetuate the myth.

In reference to another commenter, who said "People wanting a baby need to visualize and understand the risks and rewards involved. As do the surrogates, both male and female". First, there are no male surrogates. Perhaps you mean sperm donors? You clearly have not suffered infertility, especially if you can actually say "adoption agencies screens and counsels would-be parents, but still in 2005 - infertility clinics do not. They just ask for the check, and in socialized countries, not even that." Are you suggesting that just because a person has a medical problem preventing pregnancy, that they should be required to go through screening in order to be a parent? As opposed to the crack mothers, who as far as I know, aren't required to fill out so much as one paper in order to get pregnant? Wow, you must live in a red state.

This show is a slap in the face to people who deal with infertility, and it only furthers the myths and lies that surround those of us who struggle for the simple joy of becoming a parent. I am glad to see this trash being taken off the air.

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