Three Rivers is about the lives of organ donors, the doctors, and recipients of the organs at Three Rivers, a preeminent transplant hospital in Pittsburgh. Dr. Andy Yablonski is the leader ...
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Three Rivers is about the lives of organ donors, the doctors, and recipients of the organs at Three Rivers, a preeminent transplant hospital in Pittsburgh. Dr. Andy Yablonski is the leader of the team of surgeons: Dr. Miranda Foster, a woman with a reputation of being a rebel and who strives to live up to her father's legacy; Dr. David Lee, the surgeon that breaks all the ladies' hearts; Ryan Abbott, the inexperienced new transplant coordinator with a complex new way of transferring organs to the patients; Dr. Sophia Jordan, the head of organ surgery, and Pam Acosta, Dr. Andy Yablonski's operating assistant and best friend. These are the stories of organ surgeons and what it's like to be in a race against the clock to save lives. Written by
The reason I've started to watch this show was Alex o'Loughlin. I've seen him not only as Mick St-John at "Moonlight", but also playing other roles, and I'm convinced that he is a very good actor and he is a person which continues to develop. First episodes of "Three Rivers" were more or less disappointment for me: too straightforward plots, no deep characters, difficult to believe acting. Alex o'Loughlin was so great at "The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant" and at "Moonlight", I couldn't forget his touching performance at "Criminal Minds", but here!
Dr Andy Yablonsky was too sweet, too humane and not real human. It
was like he and the other actors were confined to the two-dimensionality by the whole two-dimension framework of the show. Starting from somewhere fourth episode I've noticed the incredible improvement. The last episodes till now were really good and enjoyable, they revealed creative thinking and talented actors. I hope the show continues this way and wish it be long living with its good heart pace.
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