From Debra Yeo of the Toronto Star:
Link: In an ‘incredibly selfish’ age, Global’s ‘Nurses’ puts the spotlight on an ‘unsung profession’ of caring
Strictly speaking, Global TV’s “Nurses” isn’t the first TV drama that’s mainly about nurses. But given how much attention doctors have hogged in medical shows, you can forgive the people behind “Nurses” for feeling like pioneers. Continue reading.
From Victoria Ahearn of the Canadian Press:
Link: New Toronto-set series ‘Nurses’ to debut with fictional van attack storyline
The first episode of new Toronto-set drama series “Nurses” may look chillingly familiar.
As a group of five young nurses start their first day at the fictional St. Mary’s hospital, news breaks of a nearby terrorist attack in which a white van crashed into pedestrians on the sidewalk. Continue reading.
From Bill Brioux of Brioux.tv:
Link: Nurses takes Rookie Blue formula and puts it in the OR
There are some folks behind it who have made several very successful TV series, shows such as Rookie Blue and Saving Hope. The pilot has its moments, and the young cast members are all appealing and well chosen. Ultimately, this series will come down to how well they connect with audiences. Continue reading.
From Charles Trapunski of Brief Take:
Link: Interview: Nurses’ Tiera Skovbye
“As the story goes on, you see that Grace pulls everyone together in a way and through everything that ends up happening with some of her storylines throughout the season, it pulls everything together.” Continue reading.