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I saw this advertised on ITV and I didn't really seem interested in the story of a normal British women working in a supermarket training to become a doctor particularly interesting so I missed the first episode. But then for some reason I decided to what the second episode and really enjoyed it, so I watched the rest of the series. The acting in this was excellent, and seemed realistic, it made you think that they were real people in real situations, not just in a drama. Also it was light hearted, which I find makes a movie or TV series more enjoyable. This is the reason I don't what things like Eastenders because I find them too depressing. I enjoyed watching the characters as the were interesting and funny to watch. Tamazine Othwight who played the lead role was amazing, she acted to the best of her abilities and carried the show. I was gutted when the series ended, as it also left it on a cliff hanger, so I can't wait for series 2!
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