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In this classic Russian Sitcom, Doctor Andrei Bykov's live has just gotten a lot harder. He must teach four clueless interns how to become professionals, even though he despises every single one of them for different reasons.
Contemporary Russia. Nadya gives up her dream of becoming a champion figure skater when she is hospitalized with an injury. But then she meets Sasha, a hockey player, who decides to teach her to believe in herself and her dream again.
When the series as successful and great as "Kuhinja" get their spin- offs, I'm always sceptical of how good they're going to be. In most cases, the spin-off doesn't justify the expectations, but this one does it in a great way so far. Great actors, good sense of humor, different from most American comedy series that we're all used to watch. Of course, it would be better if more of the original characters and actors came back, but it's excellent this way, too. I'm especially proud of my compatriot, Milos Bikovic, a great young Serbian actor, who plays his role in this series. Anyway, I highly recommend this series, as well as the original "Kuhinja", you'll be missing a lot if you don't watch them.
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