Produced by ABC News. Executive producer, Terence Wrong; senior executive producer, Rudy Bednar; supervising producers, Brad Hebert, Alex Piper.
Fraught with emotion, humor and the periodic grisly glimpse of what a body looks like pried open, "Hopkins" marks another six-week cinema verite stay at Baltimore's Johns Hopkins Hospital in the capable hands of producer Terence Wrong, who previously gave us ABC's "Hopkins 24/7." Uncompromising, raw and assembled as a narrative with a surgeon's touch, it's a more-than-appropriate occupant of the hour where "ER" makes its rounds, and represents an increasingly rare use of news-division resources in a manner that soberly blends filmmaking skill with dramatic flair.
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