An ER doctor, who fled his native Syria to come to Canada, must overcome numerous obstacles to resume a career in the high stakes world of emergency medicine.


Joseph Kay
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2020   Unknown  
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Series cast summary:
Laurence Leboeuf ...  Magalie Leblanc 15 episodes, 2020
Hamza Haq ...  Bashir Hamed 14 episodes, 2020
Ayisha Issa ...  June Curtis 14 episodes, 2020
Jim Watson ...  Theo Hunter 14 episodes, 2020
John Hannah ...  Jed Bishop 14 episodes, 2020
Sirena Gulamgaus ...  Amira Hamed 13 episodes, 2020
Kenny Wong ...  Arnold De Luca 13 episodes, 2020
Torri Higginson ...  Claire Malone 13 episodes, 2020
Linda E. Smith Linda E. Smith ...  Wendy Atwater 12 episodes, 2020
Eddie G. ...  Lou 11 episodes, 2020
Mariah Inger ...  Rhoda DaSilva 9 episodes, 2020
Sugith Varughese ...  Aajay Singh / ... 8 episodes, 2020
Grace Lynn Kung ...  Vivian Barnes 8 episodes, 2020
Katharine King So ...  Joanie Kwan 7 episodes, 2020


An ER doctor, who fled his native Syria to come to Canada, must overcome numerous obstacles to resume a career in the high stakes world of emergency medicine.

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Despite playing a Syrian doctor, Hamza Haq is of Pakistani descent. He was born in Saudi Arabia before moving to Canada. See more »

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Excellent Pilot, could've been a movie
28 February 2020 | by lightheartedbeingSee all my reviews

Very exciting premier! Lots of action and drama, well acted. It's interesting the Syrian refugee aspect. Uncovering over time the particular jealousy, racism on the part of the competitive medical structure, distrust on that part of refugees from an incredibly unsafe oppressive background and regime, and how that leaves people will be interesting. The premier was good enough that I'll see where it goes. I liked the actors, the production was great. I like seeing Claire from Stargate Atlantis days have a good role here. I like John Hannah too. The lead actor was really good, conveying lots without a word. I hope it doesn't descend into another medical drama. We don't need the edge of the premier over and over either, but it was a really top notch beginning. I like the timliness of it. I don't think we have a good understanding of what's been going on in Syria and the US's hand in it, especially our abandonment and destruction of the balance of power we brought to yet another regime bent on destroying what threatens it's omnipotence. The human cost is very real. I could feel it in his desperation to get out to his person even while wounded and his fear of government authorities. I really enjoyed not knowing what he had wrapped up, what was driving him to get out even while at cross currents trying to help everyone. Here's hoping it remains compelling.

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1 September 2020 (USA) See more »

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada See more »

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