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A drug-addicted nurse struggles to find a balance between the demands of her frenetic job at a New York City hospital and an array of personal dramas.
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Nominated for 5 Golden Globes. Another 15 wins & 86 nominations. See more awards »

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 Jackie Peyton (80 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Zoey Barkow (80 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Eddie Walzer (80 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Kevin Peyton (79 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Grace Peyton (79 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Thor Lundgren (79 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Gloria Akalitus (78 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Dr. Fitch Cooper (73 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Fiona Peyton (66 episodes, 2010-2015)
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 Dr. Eleanor O'Hara (51 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Sam (35 episodes, 2009-2012)
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 Dr. Carrie Roman (34 episodes, 2013-2015)
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 Nurse (34 episodes, 2010-2015)

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A drug-addicted nurse struggles to find a balance between the demands of her frenetic job at a New York City hospital and an array of personal dramas.

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Out of excuses. Out of tricks. Out of control. [season four] See more »

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Comedy | Drama

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8 June 2009 (USA)  »

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Untitled Edie Falco Project  »

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The East 25th Street entrance of the William and Anita Newman Vertical Campus of Baruch College in the Gramercy section of Manhattan served as the entrance façade of All Saints Hospital at which Nurse Jackie and her colleagues work during the first three seasons. In the fourth season, the hospital's entrance façade was changed to Bellevue Hospital at East 27th Street and First Avenue. See more »

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An entertaining, surprising and different Hospital Series.
19 January 2016 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

At first"Nurse Jackie" we can apparently one of many medical shows that currently plague the TV offer (House MD, Grey's Anatomy, Hawthorne, ER) will not be needed more than two chapters so that we realize how wrong we were.

After the first episode in which everything is familiar and hackneyed plots seem to me, the viewer will get the surprise of Chapter 3/4 and start enjoying everything "Nurse Jackie" (Eddie Falco) has to offer. A television series with a worn subject, but from an original perspective, an omnipresent central character with the passing of the chapters has more and more unknown qualities.

As interesting as the stories themselves of the hospital, or the private lives of the characters that make chorus to "Jackie Peyton" (Falco) are the complex moral or ethical dilemmas own (professional and personal) that serves as the central axis these early chapters, in which at no time just falling into moralism. On the contrary: "Nurse Jackie" presents situations in which the characters act better or worse, current and realistic problems that do not always have a happy ending and the gray tones that are drawn just giving the series a distinctive personal touch.

The secondary characters work in a very effective way around "Jackie". Dr. Eleanor O'Hara (Eve Best), which is very rich, the other nurses, the trainee "Zoey", the head edge, the cocky and vulnerable doctor with his "Tourette" and all sexual touching ... they perfect their characters, and all interact in a different way with "Jackie".

Accustomed to the typical hospital series "Soup Opera" (Grey's Anatomy), (Scrubs), (House) ... honestly had already given up on this subject; although recent nominations for the series got give it a try.


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