Things are getting personal on Monday Mornings. The latest patient to come through the doors of Chelsea General is Villanueva's own son, Nick. "Who did this to you?" his father tearfully demands, b... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2013/ more
In ‘The Legend and The Fall’, Monday Mornings looked at how an ageing surgeon coped with the decline of his mental faculties. Sort of. After walking into the wrong procedure (at the wrong time, with the wrong patient), 85-year-old Arvin Wayne blames his m more
It's fitting that with the word "legend" in the episode title, Monday Mornings casts a legendary actor in a heartbreaking tale of a doctor reaching the end of his storied career - and being almost ... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2013/ more
Last week's Monday Mornings was a heartbreaker. This one pokes around in the brain - those of some of our doctors, a few patients, and the audience, too.
In ‘Forks Over Knives’, Monday Mornings tackled God, obsessive compulsive disorder (and the ethical dilemmas these entail), love and marriage . As usual, it did none of this well . The God part of this episode looked to be quite interesting: a fifteen- more
Monday Mornings had a pretty good third episode with ‘Who’s Sorry Now?’, in which Wilson and Robidaux operate on a homeless man who is suffering delusions due to a brain tumour. He comes out of surgery a completely different person, remembering his real more
How does Monday Mornings follow up its excellent debut episode? With a second chapter that builds on that success, fleshing out its ensemble and again providing storylines that engage audiences lik... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2013/ more
‘Deus Ex Machina’ saw Monday Mornings drop some of the more stylised elements that were seen in the pilot . Gone were the echoes and flashes and some, but not all, of the extreme close-ups. What we were left with was a basic medical drama that fails on more