It centers on an idealistic young doctor who begins his first day under the supervision of a tough, brilliant senior resident who pulls the curtain back on all of the good and evil in ... See full summary
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It centers on an idealistic young doctor who begins his first day under the supervision of a tough, brilliant senior resident who pulls the curtain back on all of the good and evil in modern day medicine. Lives may be saved or lost, but expectations will always be shattered.
|Series cast summary:|
|Matt Czuchry||-||Conrad Hawkins 33 episodes, 2018-2019|
|Emily VanCamp||-||Nicolette Nevin 33 episodes, 2018-2019|
|Manish Dayal||-||Devon Pravesh 33 episodes, 2018-2019|
|Shaunette Renée Wilson||-||Mina Okafor 33 episodes, 2018-2019|
|Bruce Greenwood||-||Randolph Bell 33 episodes, 2018-2019|
|Tasso Feldman||-||Irving Feldman 28 episodes, 2018-2019|
|Malcolm-Jamal Warner||-||AJ Austin 22 episodes, 2018-2019|
|Jessica Miesel||-||Nurse Jessica Moore 22 episodes, 2018-2019|
|Vince Foster||-||Dr. Paul Chu 16 episodes, 2018-2019|
|Melina Kanakaredes||-||Lane Hunter 15 episodes, 2018-2019|
The stand-in for the outside and aerial views of the hospital is Atlanta's High Museum of Art, part of the Woodruff Arts Center.
The first diagnosis is for lupus. In the popular TV medical drama Dr House (2004), there was a long running joke about a diagnosis never being lupus.
One of the writers on the show is an actual resident.
The hospital they used for filming was the same museum used on the show Red Band Society (2014).
A first year resident is really called an intern. When you get to second year of residency, then you are referred to as a resident.
The Building used for the outside and aerial views of the hospital, Atlanta's High Museum of Art, is also the building used to house Dr. Hannibal Lecktor in the movie Le sixième sens (1986).
The show is filmed in Atlanta. During initial screening, the show's creator agreed with the audience that the hospital looked a little 'too' picturesque to be a realistic hospital, but went with how it looked anyway since after all--it's television.
Emily VanCamp and Shaunette Renée Wilson have both appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. VanCamp in Captain America: Le soldat de l'hiver (2014) and Captain America: Civil War (2016). Wilson in Black Panther (2018).
Matt Czuchry (Conrad Hawkins) & & Manish Dayal (Devon Pravesh) also worked together on episode 3.15, The Good Wife: Live from Damascus (2012), of The Good Wife (2009) as Cary Agos & Dinesh respectively.
The term HODAD, Hands of Death and Destruction, is actually derived from a memoir by Dr. Martin Makary, "Unaccountable: What Hospitals Won't Tell You and How Transparency Can Revolutionize Health Care", on which the show is based. According to said book, there is a HODAD in every hospital which is a major source of patient harm.
Both Matt Czuchry and Emily VanCamp starred in WB Shows. Matt in Gilmore Girls (2000) and Emily in Everwood (2002), a show having to do with Doctors in which Emily played a daughter of the town's doctor.
There is no such thing as a Marine Corpsman he would be a Navy Corpsman attached with marines and would never get an Eagle Globe and Anchor Tattoo.
The father of Amy Holden Jones, the show's creator, was a doctor.
In S01E03, Jude says that he could be at Fort Benning at 6:00AM the next morning. If Jude served alongside Conrad in the Marines, as has been implied, then he would not report to Ft. Benning as that is an Army post