That frees him to roam the hospital in a tuxedo, checking in on the cases of his fellow surgeons, including his fiancée, Alex Reid (Erica Durance), and new arrival Joel Guran (Daniel Gillies), and occasionally kibitzing with other out-of-it patients, some of whom won’t be waking up.
As strange as it sounds, it’s no stranger than some of the medical dramas we’ll be seeing next season — “Mob Doctor,” anyone?
If what Thursday means to you is the soapy medicine of “Grey’s Anatomy’s” Seattle Grace, have I got a summer show for you.
NBC’s “Saving Hope,” another of those Canadian imports with which frugal networks pad out their summer schedules, plays like a very special episode of “Grey’s,” in that its main character, Hope-Zion Hospital chief of surgery Charlie Harris (Michael Shanks), is in a coma.
But ask yourself: What would you say or do to get someone from MTV’s “Jersey Shore” to ask you out?
Paul “DJ Pauly D” Del Vecchio is among the quartet of guys featured in Thursday’s premiere, and if you love him on MTV, there’s no reason you won’t love him on “The Choice.” The other chairs are occupied by actor Jason Cook (“General Hospital”), rapper/actor Romeo (no longer so Lil’) and champion skier (and, very briefly, Philadelphia Eagle) Jeremy Bloom.
— and until “NY MED,” the latest installment in ABC News’ “24?
/7” docu-series franchise, turns up July 10, it might be just what the doctor ordered for “Grey’s” withdrawal.
host Cat Deeley, will feature the world's most eligible celebrities in a competition to find true love out of a group of fellow single people.
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