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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
Its a great Aussie Medical Drama and is like the American TV show "ER" and is more realistic than that It has a great cast of people since Terry Sullivan left last year and is doing well. And it should be on TV for years to come.As long as it doesn't get Americanised then it will probably get canceled cause no one likes when Aussie shows get over dramatized like ER. The actors who are in the show are young and have a bright. They should keep the show going for as long as possible. Bring on another 10 years of All Saints. They just need to keep it on in its usual time slot of 8:30pm on Tuesday nights and then they wont have a problem keeping there viewers
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