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The first 3 episodes involve cases that you can find better video documentaries of on YouTube.
Lots of other gripes:
1. The consulting MD for all the episodes has an unnerving habit of smiling while she's discussing horror stories. I can't even watch her.
2. What a tedious, repetitive mess overall. Could have been condensed to 20 mins. In fact, just skip forward till the last 20 mins and save your time.
3. For a series on "Nurses Who Kill", why aren't any nurses consulted? As another reviewer pointed out, we could have provided a much better and more informative commentary on the actions of our fellow nurses.
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