House, M.D.: The Official Guide to the Hit Medical Drama by Ian Jackman
The authorized guide to the television phenomenon House, M.D.For the last six years House, M.D. has been one of the most popular and captivating shows on television. Following the stories of a misanthropic genius doctor named Gregory House and his team of specialists, each week the show confronts medical mysteries that have baffled the best minds in medicine. Centered around one of the most compelling characters on television—brilliantly portrayed by actor Hugh Laurie—the Emmy Award–winning TV drama has been keeping millions of viewers intrigued and enthralled since it began, always offering an entertaining mixture of drama and humor.
Based on unprecedented access to the shows cast members and creative staff, House, M.D. is the first fully authorized guide to the hit medical drama, offering a close-up view inside the world of House. From the shows genesis to today, this companion provides unique insight into the TV drama, as the actors, writers, and producers whove created these characters describe in their own words what the show means to them. This book also delves into fascinating discussions of the shows medical science and controversial ethical issues, as well as includes exclusive photographs from the set and an intimately detailed look at the making of an episode. Essential reading for any House fan, House, M.D. is the ultimate behind-the-scenes guide to TVs most captivating show.
Top 10 Medical TV Shows of All Time
The very best medical drama shows on television , ranked from best to worst. Popular medical drama TV shows have been a staple of television for years, so there's often debate about what the most entertaining medical drama show of all time is. Don't let your favorite medical drama television programs in history get to the bottom of the list - be sure to vote them up so they have the chance to reach the top spot. The list of medical drama television shows below includes information like the program's cast, creator, and premiere date, and even pictures, when available. What are the greatest medical dramas? It's time to vote! Who doesn't love doctor shows and hospital shows?
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The series was picked up on May 13, ,  and premiered on October 27, The production for the first season wrapped on December 15, ,  and the remaining commissioned episodes were broadcast for the remainder of its run. James Bell is a Silicon Valley billionaire who dreams of building a hospital with ultimate cutting-edge technology to treat rare and incurable diseases. He partners with a maverick surgeon, Dr. Walter Wallace, who leads the effort in clearing out the bureaucracy of medicine, and focus on forward thinking, advancing technology, and saving lives—at no cost to the patient. Pure Genius has received generally negative reviews from television critics.
Sign in. Silicon Valley tech titan James Bell enlists Dr. - The show is a satire, but the tycoons it spoofs imagine that they are the heroes of a drama.
Will medical science continue to advance at Bunker Hill Hospital? Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? At Bunker Hill Hospital, Silicon Valley tech titan, James Bell Augustus Prew , pairs brilliant medical minds with technology gurus and sidesteps bureaucracy in the interest of saving lives — including his own. Bell enlists an exceptional, yet controversial veteran surgeon, Dr. Walter Wallace Dermot Mulroney to help him revolutionize health care.
When it comes to popular TV show formats, nothing beats shows about doctors. And it's obvious why. The medical profession lends itself to drama. Doctors deal with heart-pounding life-and-death situations every day of the week. It feels more realistic, too: while it's somewhat ridiculous for an ongoing detective show to revolve around murder after murder every week although some do , people are always being rushed to hospital. Illness and death are something we're all scared of but watching them happen in the comfort of our home on our TV screen, well, that allows us to deal with them in a way that doesn't affect us personally.