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 ...
I am totally hooked on Saving Hope. This is not an easy thing to achieve by a TV show, mind you. It has been years since I regularly followed anything on the tube. But finally I found a show that has really good actors, it is well made, has entertaining stories, and features compelling characters. In other words, it is a high quality program that can be heart-wrenchingly dramatic, wittingly ironic, and yes, sappy and emotional too when necessary. While the set up of the show is not all together original--what medical show can be so by now?--each episode avoids being predictable. The subtle turns, the character growth, and the interesting challenges all make me care for what happens to the diverse characters in Saving Hope. As an extra element, many of the members of the cast are often on twitter and freely interact with their fans. The fandom of this show is amazing, so one can watch the show and be part of a very dynamic online community.
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