Drama following the extraordinary adventures of female medics in the British Army.


Tony Grounds
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Series cast summary:
Michelle Keegan ...  Georgie Lane 24 episodes, 2016-2020
Sean Ward Sean Ward ...  Fingers 24 episodes, 2013-2020
Ben Aldridge ...  Captain James 23 episodes, 2013-2018
Rolan Bell Rolan Bell ...  Sergeant King 22 episodes, 2016-2020
Sean Sagar ...  Monk 22 episodes, 2016-2020
Simon Lennon Simon Lennon ...  Brains 21 episodes, 2013-2018
Luke Pasqualino ...  Elvis Harte / ... 13 episodes, 2016-2020
Shalom Brune-Franklin ...  Maisie Richards 12 episodes, 2017-2020
Harki Bhambra ...  Rab 12 episodes, 2017-2018
Mark Armstrong ...  Spanner 12 episodes, 2016-2020


Drama following the extraordinary adventures of female medics in the British Army.

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Action | Drama | Thriller | War


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Steve Tousssaint (Roger Mendez), Liz White (Emma). Royce Pierreson (Dr. Jamie Cole) and Shalom Brune-Franklin (Pvt. Maisie Richards) all appeared in Line of Duty (2012). Toussaint as CS Raymond Mallick in series 2, White as Media Manager Jo Dwyer also in series 2. Pierreson as DC Jamie Desford in series 4 and Brune-Franklin as DC Chloe Bishop in series 6. See more »


In episode five, 'The Boss', Captain James, gets shot in the lower Right leg, but when we see him in episode six, after he gets out of the hospital,he meets 'Molly' in the restaurant, and it is his LEFT leg that is in plaster !!. See more »


Referenced in Granada Reports: 9 January 2017: Evening Bulletin (2017) See more »


She Moves in Her Own Way
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Series One = 10 stars
3 December 2019 | by svtcobra331See all my reviews

Series One is film making to perfection. Well, it's a character-development story, so we can excuse the lame combat scenes with actors forming a nice target while their guns are inadvertently pointing at each other. Molly Dawes is the underdog we all want to succeed, and this movie sets MD in a perfectly human situation: Loser BF, loser role models, she thinks she's smarter than she is (aren't we all guilty of this?) and she's an adult clinging to childhood.

As a Yank, I LOLed at the difference between British boot camp and the Hollywood DIs dressing down recruits. It's painful, though, to see a UK depiction of US Army officers. Tsk tsk.

Series One gives us real character growth, real drama, lots of tugs at the heart, and a scene where MD goes to a church in the last episode was perfection. The actress deserves something north of an Emmy. Series One, including the original movie, is absolutely excellent. I recommend that you watch it and then call this show "done".

Series Two casts MD away. The "more experienced" character is gorgeous and plays her part well, but who can get on board with "rich girl joins army"? The combat scenes are not well thought out, actually a little worse than series one. The story arch is forgettable and cliche. Series Two is an example of good production values mixed with "good looking perfect characters" without humanity. The boyfriend is just a face on an IPad. The officer has always been a friend. The "platoon" (squad?) is always off to the side being a bunch of noisy baboons when they're actually supposed to be Georgia's "family". This series is just two attractive guys with non-military haircuts who interact in stereotypical fashion with the pretty girl.

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22 March 2013 (USA) See more »

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East Ham, London, England, UK See more »

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