1. Boston Med
‘Boston Med’ is the follow-up to the award-winning 2008 ABC series ‘Hopkins,’ which looked at the lives of patients and staff at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. There are three hospitals in Massachusetts’ capital city, Boston: Massachusetts General, Brigham and Women’s and Children’s Hospital. The second face transplant performed in the United States is one of the procedures featured in the series, an operation involving up to 100 additional doctors and nurses and up to two dozen surgeons.
2. Combat Hospital
The show follows the lives of the hospital’s resident doctors and nurses as they try to survive the life-or-death situations they face on the operating table.
The plot of ‘Superhospital,’ a documentary that follows the staff of the Royal Derby Hospital, is as follows: Throughout the series, we get a glimpse into the daily lives of everyone who works at the hospital from surgeons to receptionists to doctors to nurses to security guards and housekeepers.
4. Monday Mornings
Plot: Monday mornings at Portland’s Chelsea General Hospital are dreadful for the medical staff. There are some of the world’s best surgeons working at the hospital, led by robotic, ultraserious chief of surgery Dr. Harding Hooten and the hospital’s celebrated trauma chief Dr. Jorge Villanueva.
5. 100 Questions
Plot: Charlotte Payne hasn’t met Mr. Right despite numerous relationships and marriage proposals. The relationship counselor, hoping to speed up the process, has her complete a 100-question compatibility survey. Charlotte discovers as she tackles each problem…
6. Alaska State Troopers
There are approximately 400 state troopers in Alaska’s toughest law enforcement agency tasked with patrolling the country’s largest state. According to these officers, nearly all Alaskans are armed and well-versed in the use of their weapons, making any situation a trooper encounters a potentially dangerous one.
7. 24 Hours In A&E
For the first six seasons of the 24-hour drama series, the action takes place at King’s College Hospital in Denmark Hill, London, and then moves to St George’s Hospital in Tooting, west London, for the seventh and final season.
8. Expedition Impossible
Mark Burnett, a veteran of reality television, serves as executive producer on this show, which sends contestants on a perilous journey filled with extreme hardships. Throughout the show’s ten legs across Morocco, teams of three compete for a chance to win by being the first to finish each leg.
9. Inside Combat Rescue
a look at the combat rescue plot from the inside “I’m not afraid to put myself in harm’s way for someone else. It’s part of my responsibilities.” An Air Force member in the elite Combat Rescue unit explains what it’s like to serve in the unit, which is tasked with saving the lives of American and allied troops who are injured or in grave danger.
10. Untold Stories Of The E.R.
Re-enactments of real emergency room cases are interspersed with observations from the doctors and nurses who handled the patients during the procedures in ‘Untold Stories of the E.R.’ A lot of patients share their own stories, and some even act in the re-enactments as themselves…
11. Airport 24/7: Miami
A reality show about the inner workings of a major U.S. airport would be ideal, given the increased security measures put in place in the wake of September 11, 2001. This Travel Channel segment offers a 24-hour pass to Miami International Airport, one of the country’s busiest airports. Its employees have been put on notice that…
12. Save My Life: Boston Trauma
Unscripted medical drama from executive producer Terence Wrong, Save My Life: Boston Trauma gives viewers access to world-class trauma teams working in Boston’s most prestigious hospitals, including the Massachusetts General Hospital, the Boston Medical Center, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Experts in their fields…
13. Dr. Pimple Popper
Plot: Sandra Lee is her real name, but she is so well-known in the dermatology community as Dr. Pimple Popper. Dr. Lee began filming dermatological procedures in 2015, some of which were quite gory, like blackhead extractions and cyst dissections, to give viewers a glimpse into her work.
14. Sydney ER
It’s not just a fictional TV show’s job to portray the life-and-death struggles that occur in emergency rooms any longer. Watching “Sydney ER” puts viewers in the middle of one of Australia’s busiest emergency departments as a team of doctors, nurses and specialists work at St. Vincent’s Hospital for Women and Children.
15. The Night Shift
During the late night shift at the San Antonio Medical Center’s ER, a group of doctors who used to serve in the US Army deal with difficult and unexpected situations.
16. New Amsterdam
Plot: When Dr. Max Godwin is appointed medical director of one of the country’s oldest public hospitals, he sets out to modernize the facility’s outdated and neglected medical equipment in order to better serve the patients.
17. Code Black
Code Black Plot: In an overcrowded and understaffed hospital with insufficient resources, four resident doctors and their colleagues work miracles while also dealing with death and defeat.
18. Chicago Med
In the emergency room of the Gaffney Chicago Medical Center, doctors and nurses work to save the lives of their patients while also dealing with personal and interpersonal issues.
Plot: Nearly eight years after the acclaimed documentary series “Hopkins 24/7,” ABC News cameras return to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore for a seven-part limited series (shot over four months) focusing on patients experiencing various medical crises and young doctors trying to juggle their personal…
20. Boston EMS
It’s an unscripted, real-life medical drama that follows the brave men and women of Boston’s emergency medical services as they help those in need. The EMS team is one of the best and most experienced in the country. Respondents are adamant that they have a…