The show LOOKS great and is for the most part compelling, and well acted. I have loved Lennie James in his other work, but in this I find him a touch over the top. He seems to be saying his lines in a very DRAMATIC way , whereas the character of Glenn repeatedly tells us this is his speciality (critical injuries). Most of the other cast maintain a calm dignified and professional tone in the presence of some immensely bloody trauma, and the obligatory internal hemorrhage. It would open the show out a little if we saw how the patients had suffered these accidents, and the paramedics work, etc. Don't watch while you're having your dinner, by the way.
8 of 16 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?