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On the TV series "Remedy," not everyone is cut out for the family business. Last season, the freshman drama found medical school dropout and recovering drug addict Griffin Conner (Dillon Casey) spiral...
Let's look at two Canadian medical dramas: the aforementioned Remedy and CTV's Saving Hope. Both are slick, set at a big city hospital, featuring some Canadian stars with an international profile, mixing soap opera-y threads with medical crises of the week.
No need for life support here. Shaw Media has announced that Global TV's medical drama "Remedy" has been green-lit for a Season 2. "Remedy" had a strong Season 1, averaging nearly 1 million viewers ea...
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Since "Remedy" isn't your average hospital drama, the writers figured, hey, why not bust out a hard-hitting storyline for Episode 4? Pfft, no biggie.
Whenever assessing a TV show there's the question whether, above and beyond simple professionalism, it brings something new to the table. A fresh perspective. A revisionist idea. And every viewer has something different they prioritize: style, concept, characters. So what does Remedy bring to the TV medical drama?
Unlike other predictable hospital dramas, "Remedy" is anything but, making it like nothing else on TV right now. It's unique, fun and entertaining, and makes for an enthralling hour of television.
Family. If you can't live with them, just imagine trying to get your troubled life back on track while being forced to work with them. That's the dilemma med school dropout and ex-drug addict Griffin...
For those of you waiting for Enrico Colantoni to reprise his role in the upcoming "Veronica Mars" movie, your wait is almost over; here's something to stem the tide before then. The "Flashpoint" acto...
It's extreme crisis mode on the set of Canada's beloved police drama, "Flashpoint." On location at the Toronto International Marina, a frazzled man named Harold ("CSI: NY"'s A.J. Buckley) is standing...