Dawn diagnoses Alex with an irregular heartbeat. The Great Randall returns to Hope Zion Hospital after an experimental cancer treatment goes wrong. Meanwhile, Charlie struggles with the implications ...
An emotional thrill ride through the day-to-day chaos of the city's most explosive hospital and the courageous team of doctors who hold it together. They will tackle unique new cases ... See full summary »
I'll admit that what first peeked my interest in this show was Michael Shanks. As a HUGH Shanks fan I'd happily listen to him read the phone book. However, I'm not a fan of medical dramas, so I was not expecting to become as gripped in the storyline of Saving Hope as I fast became. Though I could tell from the trailer that this show was going to be good I was not expecting it to be GREAT! Each week I (and many others from the UK) stayed up until 3am to watch the show stream live, completely hocked with the gripping and heartfelt story lines. Erica Durance's performance moved me to tears (not an easy task I can tell you) more than once and the on screen chemistry between her and Shanks is top rate. One moment I'm giggling, next gasping in shock and the next tearing up. This show has something for everyone. Whether you're into medical dramas, supernatural story lines, mushy "love trying to over come the odds" plot lines, or simply enjoy good writing and quirky characters, this show has it all. I would highly recommend Saving Hope to anyone.
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