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MIAMI MEDICAL "Golden Hour" Episode 5 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of an upcoming episode of the new CBS TV show MIAMI MEDICAL "Golden Hour" Episode 5 which airs Friday, April 30 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: In order to show the importance of their facility, Dr. Proctor is forced to give a speech proving just how vital he and his team are in the minutes following a major accident, on MIAMI MEDICAL, Friday, April 30 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Shari Belafonte ("Hotel") guest stars as Kimberly Davis, a hospital donor. Mike Farrell ("M*A*S*H," "Providence") guest stars as Dr. Carl Willis, a hospital administrator. Source & Preview

MIAMI MEDICAL " All Fall Down" Episode 4 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of an upcoming episode of the new CBS TV show MIAMI MEDICAL "All Fall Down" Episode 4 which airs Friday, April 23 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: As the team works to save the lives of a couple injured in a balcony collapse, they are shocked when the wife refuses treatment. Meanwhile, a patient's arrival with a large sum of cash in tow causes a stir among the staff, on MIAMI MEDICAL, Friday, April 23 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Louise Lombard ("CSI") guest stars as Karen, a trauma patient. Source & Preview

Miami Medical's Omar Gooding: Friday Night Slot Is a "Good Thing"

A Friday prime-time slot isn't so prime anymore, but Omar Gooding isn't worried about Miami Medical. "I actually think being on Friday is a good thing," Gooding tells. "I know I'm probably in the minority who think that, but CBS has done pretty well with Friday shows. They've got Medium, Ghost Whisperer. ... Numb3rs, which was before us, owned the spot, so we're in good company." In three airings, Jerry Bruckheimer's splashy drama has averaged some 7 million viewers and twice has won its 10 p.m. hour (against competition including 20/20 and Dateline NBC). The numbers are reassuring for Gooding and the Miami gang, who saw their show sit on the shelf awhile. ER vet McCrane on directing Miami Medical: I avoided the helicopters "It's kind of impatient waiting to come on, so to have a good reception feels great," he says. "I think a lot of people have a preconceived notion that Friday automatically means cancellation, but it's just a different beast and networks may have to nurture [shows] a little bit more. But as long as you're good, people will find you and stay with you." Part of the appeal of Miami, Gooding says, is in its signature Bruckheimer high-octane action that would "pull anyone in." But the show also has character-driven storylines with patients and the Alpha Team. Check out photos from Miami Medical On Friday's episode, the group treats a couple who falls after a balcony collapses. Or at least it tries to; the wife refuses treatment. "People always ask if I think there's too much craziness and blood and too little drama, but I don't think there needs to be a 50/50 balance between them," he says. "There are actually wild cases like ours, and with us having to treat these people within the first hour [of the accidents], that makes it so much more fast-paced and unpredictable. But we never forget about the people. You always get to know the patients." By the end of the season, viewers will get to know Gooding's Tuck Brody very well. The laidback nurse is as fun-loving and relaxed as he has appeared — but there's more to him. Miami Medical: "The rockstars of medicine" "Each person kind of gets an episode or so to themselves. You'll get into Tuck's story more and find out about the scar on his head and all that," Gooding says. "There is something dark to him. The last two episodes will focus on him more along with some other insane stuff. It's going to be great! If you thought what we've shown has been crazy, just wait. ... There is a cliff-hanger with certain people." The cliff-hanger is wrapped up, and there are five episodes in the can for Season 2. Now, all the series needs is a pickup. "Hopefully, we'll be back," Gooding says. "I think we have a chance. We definitely have way more to tell."

MIAMI MEDICAL "What Lies Beneath" Episode 3

Watch a sneak peek of an upcoming episode of the new CBS TV show MIAMI MEDICAL "What Lies Beneath" Episode 3 which airs Friday, April 16 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: The Alpha team finds surprising connections between themselves and the victims of a tent collapse they are treating. Meanwhile, Dr. Deleo and Dr. Zambrano's playful flirtation begins to draw attention from the hospital staff, on MIAMI MEDICAL, Friday, April 16 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Sarah Drew ("Mad Men") guest stars as Emily, the bride. Valente Rodriguez ("George Lopez") guest stars as Fortunato, a patient who bonds with Dr. Proctor. Source & Preview

First Look: Mike Farrell ("M*A*S*H) on MIAMI MEDICAL

Check out the first photos of Mike Farrell ("M*A*S*H," "Providence") guest starring an upcoming episode of the new CBS TV show MIAMI MEDICAL titled "Golden Hour" Episode 5 which airs Friday, April 30 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. Mike Farrell ("M*A*S*H," "Providence") guest stars as Dr. Carl Willis, a hospital administrator. Episode Synopsis: In order to show the importance of their facility, Dr. Proctor is forced to give a speech proving just how vital he and his team are in the minutes following a major accident, on MIAMI MEDICAL, Friday, April 30 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Shari Belafonte ("Hotel") guest stars as Kimberly Davis, a hospital donor. Mike Farrell ("M*A*S*H," "Providence") guest stars as Dr. Carl Willis, a hospital administrator. Source & More Photos

MIAMI MEDICAL "88 Seconds" Episode 2 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of an upcoming episode of the new CBS TV show MIAMI MEDICAL "88 Seconds" Episode 2 which airs Friday, April 9 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: One member of the team learns a secret about Dr. Proctor's past while treating the victims of a hotel shooting. Meanwhile, Dr. Deleo is offered a prestigious career move, on MIAMI MEDICAL, Friday, April 9 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Paul McCrane ("ER") directed this episode. Michael O'Neill ("The West Wing," "The Unit") guest stars as orthopedic surgeon Dr. Bruce Kaye. Source & Preview

Miami Medical: "The Rock Stars of Medicine"

Despite the title Miami Medical, creator and executive producer Jeffrey Lieber never had ambitions to create a medical procedural. "We never intended to do a medical show; we never intended to do a show set in Miami," Lieber tells TVGuide.com. "It just sort of happened." Lieber found his inspiration in his wife's near-death experience 10 years ago, when she was admitted to the Cedars-Sinai trauma unit in a coma with a 107 fever. He became interested in the doctors that saved her life. "What really fascinates me is how, after seeing your fifth car crash that week, do you get in your car? How, after seeing your 10th gunshot victim, do you go out at night and take money out of an ATM?" he says. "How do you live a normal life when all you see is people coming in the door dying?" Miami Medical, premiering Friday at 10/9c on CBS, asks just that. The series follows five doctors on the Alpha Team at one of the country's top trauma units as they work to cure patients during the "golden hour," the first 60 minutes after a patient is injured. Lieber says the series' high intensity doesn't just come from the life-or-death cases of the week, but especially from the doctors who must cure their patients and deal with the pressure of the field simultaneously. The series begins just as one of the team's doctors abruptly exits the field for good. "I thought that the series would be well served if, very early on, the stakes were made very plain up front ... that somebody could just walk out the door. It's such an overwhelming responsibility. It's such an overwhelming challenge," Lieber says. "The hope is to say, if you'll stay with us long enough, we will continue to try and juggle things as fast as we can." To Read More Click Here .

Miami Medical: New Doctor Show Premieres Friday On CBS - Starpulse

There's another new medical drama coming to TV. What's going to set Miami Medical apart from all the others? For one thing, it's a Jerry Bruckheimer production, so it can be as intense and in your face as the stalwart CSI and Without a Trace franchises. "This is a different way of looking at a medical show," Bruckheimer said. "It's got a lot more humor, it's got the gallows humor." Read More: Starpulse.com - New Doctor Show 'Miami Medical' Premieres Friday On CBS

MIAMI MEDICAL "Pilot" Episode 1 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of the pilot episode of the new CBS TV show MIAMI MEDICAL which premieres Friday, April 2, (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: The Alpha Team is aided by a new surgeon after the head of their unit goes AWOL and a restaurant explosion floods the halls of the hospital with victims, on the series premiere of MIAMI MEDICAL, Friday, April 2 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Emmy Award Winner Andre Braugher ("Men of a Certain Age," "Homicide: Life on the Street") guest stars as Dr. William Rayner, the head of Alpha Team. Source & Preview

MIAMI MEDICAL On CBS - Pilot Episode First Look

Check out some photos of the pilot episode of the new CBS TV show MIAMI MEDICAL which premieres Friday, April 2, (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: The Alpha Team is aided by a new surgeon after the head of their unit goes AWOL and a restaurant explosion floods the halls of the hospital with victims, on the series premiere of MIAMI MEDICAL, Friday, April 2 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBSTelevision Network . Emmy Award Winner Andre Braugher ("Men of a Certain Age," "Homicide: Life on the Street") guest stars as Dr. William Rayner, the head of Alpha Team. To Read More Click Here .
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