Sunday, March 4, 2012

NBC picks up Erica Durance's new medical drama series 'Saving Hope'

Great news, Erica Durance's new TV series in Saving Hope, which has been picked up for a 13-episode first season by Canada’s CTV has just been picked up here in the US by NBC for this summer.

Here's an article via (TV Guide):
NBC Picks Up Erica Durance Medical Drama for Summer

NBC has picked up the Canadian medical drama Saving Hope in what will be Erica Durance's first series role since Smallville.

Saving Hope, from Rookie Blue producers Ilana Frank and David Wellington, follows surgeon Alex Reid (Durance) whose personal and professional life is turned upside down when her fiancé Charlie — who is also the chief of surgery at her hospital — ends up in a coma. Just as Alex and new surgeon Joel (Vampire Diaries' Daniel Gillies) rush to save his life, Charlie roams the halls of the hospital unsure of whether he's now a ghost or just a figment of his imagination. Meanwhile, his fiancée and the other doctors continue to try to revive him, as well as treat their other patients throughout the series. Stargate Atlantis' Michael Shanks will also star as Charlie.

NBC will air all the 13-episode first season sometime this summer.

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