From Alex Strachan of Postmedia News:
Saving Hope shows signs of hope for an improved second season
True, Hope still suffers from mawkish music and contrived emergencies, such as the shooting in a crowded train station that opens Tuesday’s episode, but it’s more assured and confident in its sophomore season. Hope no longer hovers uncertainly between wanting to be a paranormal thriller about ghost whisperers and what it was all along, a hospital drama with a twist. The doctors are hard-working and committed to living a good, clean life, on the job and off, but there are early hints in the season opener that their relationship will not play out as they might have expected, or hoped. Continue reading.
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