'The Mob Doctor': FOX's new drama 'doesn't have to be black and white'

Male antiheroes have been all over television in the past decade, but there haven't been a lot of women filling that kind of role. "The Mob Doctor" hopes to turn that tide a little.The creators of the new FOX show, which stars Jordana Spiro ("My Boys") as a Chicago surgeon who's in debt to a gangster, say they want to push the lead character through "shades of gray," morally speaking, in the show's first season."We're excited to see the character grow and watch what we assume her morality to be change over the course of the season," co-creator Josh Berman said Monday (July 23) at the TV Critics Association summer press tour. "... The show doesn't have to be black and white."The idea of a character caught between the physician's oath to "do no harm" and the idea of "no honor among thieves" sparked lots of ideas about where the show and Spiro's character, Grace...



Want to comment on this? First, you must log in to your SideReel account!