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Nicole da Silva
This is an Australian medical drama set in the fantasy All Saints Western General Hospital. It focuses on what happens in ward 17 (affectionately known as the garbage ward) and the lives of the nurses on the ward and two doctors that spend a lot of time there. In also has the paramedic team of Bron and Ben.Written by
"All Saints" is now in its fifth season on Australian television, and it continues to captivate audiences and critics alike. The show has won widespread acclaim, and it's not difficult to see why. The show makes you genuinely care about the plight of its characters, and continually delivers tense situations and riveting storylines.
The show has everything to keep you interested, including the touching romance between paramedic Ben Markham and nurse Bronwyn Craig. The "will they, won't they" relationship between Terri Sullivan and doctor Mitch Stevens is also captivating, if slightly frustrating!
The tense opening episodes of season five were an example of the show at its best, as Ben, Scott, Rebecca and the other paramedics worked frantically to save lives amid a terrible train wreck. The episodes, continued over a two-week period, were fantastic. Watch this show. It reminds you that it's not just Americans who can deliver a fantastic drama series.
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