Saving Hope interviews and reviews

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From Alex Strachan of Postmedia News:

  • TV Thursday: Saving Hope
    The new, homegrown medical soap Saving Hope is another one of those hospital dramas where, like A Gifted Man before it, the charismatic chief doc and handsome leading man crosses over between the temporal world and the real world. Read more.

From Rob Salem of the Toronto Star:

From Scott Stinson of the National Post:

  • Hospital drama with an otherworldly twist
    Hope Zion hospital positively gleams. The floors are shiny, and as orderlies shuffle by pushing carts, neither shoes nor wheels squeak. Racks of silver medical equipment are ready for use in an operating room. A group of people talks quietly around a tidy triage station. A nurse wheels a man with a bandaged head on a stretcher. Read more.

From Eric Volmers of Postmedia News:

  • Erica Durance is Saving Hope for new medical drama
    Erica Durance compares performing fake surgery to acting in a well-choreographed play. The Calgary-born actress is on the phone from Toronto, where she is on a lunch break after six gruelling hours in the operating room, performing make-believe life-and-death procedures as the star of CTV’s new medical drama Saving Hope. Read more.

From Mike Hale of the New York Times:

From David Hinkley of the New York Daily News:


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