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Nicole da Silva,
I am disappointed that this won't go to season 2 as it's one of the best medical dramas I have seen; the character development in between these crucial, life-saving, actions is brilliant, the script, the cast, the tempo... perfect. It is no cliché drama with awful love- story tactics that make the medical interventions a welcome break – every aspect is very, very well crafted. While the genre is hard to get right if it's about one team (in this case critical emergencies), which means pretty much 2 or 3 things that can be done to help the patient and a LOT of beeping, this manages to hold its own and brilliantly.
British do drama series very well and this is a prime example. Still very disappointed with no season 2....
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