A rising heart surgeon's life takes a turn he never expected and soon everything comes crashing down. He soon finds himself a former big city doctor turned small town doctor. It could be ...
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A rising heart surgeon's life takes a turn he never expected and soon everything comes crashing down. He soon finds himself a former big city doctor turned small town doctor. It could be the worst year of his life or just what the doctor ordered.
Inspiration for the series came from discussions that Tony McNamara had with lawyers who talked with him about the Impaired Registrants Program, a practice operated by the Medical Council of New South Wales, which seeks to ensure that medical practitioners are fit for practice and in doing so, the program manages doctors who suffer from a psychiatric illness, self-administration of drugs, alcohol abuse, and physical illness. See more »
The poster with the protagonist, Hugh Knight played by Rodger Corser is a copy of the seasons five and six Californication posters. See more »
I'm enjoying this so far. I like the laconic dialogue and depiction of small town lifestyle.
However, I'm waiting for the usual Aussie malaise, the gradual descent into cliché driven soap. I'm hoping this time, Charlie doesn't allow herself to be seduced by Hugh, Matt doesn't die to make way for Hugh, Hugh doesn't have sex 'to make a baby' with Charley - he's a surgeon, let him supply his sperm the clinical way for a change.
How about a stable if quirky family situation that doesn't deteriorate into the usual melodramatic BS... There's plenty of material in the outback lifestyle to keep the series going for years if they do it right.
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