'The Mob Doctor' review: Star Jordana Spiro makes this surprisingly compelling new drama

There are two main differences between Jordana Spiro's Grace Devlin, the titular character on FOX's new drama "The Mob Doctor," and your typical medical procedural. One, the unconventional surgeon at the center of the action is a woman. Two, said doc doesn't have poor bedside manner -- she's no "House" (quite the opposite, actually) -- she just has an issue with authority. As we see in the premiere, airing Monday, Sept. 17 at 9 p.m. on FOX, this proves problematic not only because hospitals are very hierarchical organizations, but, uh, so is the mob. Not listening to your boss is way more dangerous when he'll kill (or seriously maim) you and your family as punishment.RELATED: Fall 2012's new TV shows Grace has already established her family loyalty by taking the job in the first place (to pay some vague debt for her brother), and the first episode gives equal time to both the mob and...



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