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  • Series Premiere Date: Sep 30, 2015
Season #: 1, 2, 3
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  • Summary: Diego (Tyler Perez) is newest first-year resident at Angels Memorial Hospital as Dr. Ethan Willis (Rob Lowe) joins paramedic Rox Valenzuela (Moon Bloodgood) out in the field in the third season of the medical drama.
  • Genre(s): Drama

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  1. May 29, 2018
    10
    This is an excellent show. To cancel it is absolutely wrong.
    This show has everything from sitting on the edge of your seat to biting you
    This is an excellent show. To cancel it is absolutely wrong.
    This show has everything from sitting on the edge of your seat to biting you nails.
    Rob Lowe has done an excellent job with his character.
    Do not believe what some critics say. They will say anything negative about some shows that do not interest them yet it ruins it for others.
    DO NOT CANCEL THIS SHOW PLEASE!!!!!
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  2. Jun 4, 2018
    5
    This season have Rob Lowe's character go for ride along to help narrow the golden hour. This goes against the very basic premise of theThis season have Rob Lowe's character go for ride along to help narrow the golden hour. This goes against the very basic premise of the show. Resources are stretched thin, that they have to declare code black . They still have a doctor to go for a ride a long? Come on! Expand
  3. May 18, 2018
    4
    Still true to its premise, this hospital gets slammed with too many patients on a regular basis.

    Many of the veteran cast are back plus a
    Still true to its premise, this hospital gets slammed with too many patients on a regular basis.

    Many of the veteran cast are back plus a crop of new interns who play as dumb as dirt. Don’t like camera boy - feel like “momma” should have grabbed that camera up and dumped it in the first available medical waste bin. Don’t care who the kid’s daddy is. HIPPA is law and camera boy is violating it.

    Second episode was a ripoff of a Scrubs episode - someone with a brain tumor sees singing and dancing all around her. Geez, are writers so low on story ideas that they have to steal from other shows?

    The Rob Lowe character always has bothered me and still bothers me. That this character was “assigned” to this hospital by his army superiors doesn’t ring true to me and never will. The army needs all the docs they can get and if this one is so off the rails that he is no use at any army facility, then they should just turf him and be done with it. When he goes out to get new patients in the field, he just causes the hospital to get to code black status all the sooner.

    I understand others like Rob Lowe as an actor and probably like this character, but I could do without him in the show, period.

    So far the personal conflicts in the plots are pretty trite and weak. Need to see some better writing quickly! Lowering my score because you’re boring me too much of the time!
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