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He’s surly, tactless, self-centered, and uptight--but he’s the only doctor in town.
"A smart, gentle comedy with loads of wit and zest" --The Globe and Mail (Canada)
After his wedding day disaster, Dr. Martin Ellingham (Martin Clunes, Men Behaving Badly) is even grumpier and ruder than before. His former fiancée, Louisa (Caroline Catz, Murder in Suburbia), has left the village to avoid embarrassment. The doctor himself plans to return to London as a surgeon--if he can conquer his fear of blood. But it’s hard to leave a place as charming and full of eccentric characters as Portwenn.
Matters quickly become complicated when Louisa moves back with startling news. Meanwhile, Martin’s old flame, Edith Montgomery (Lia Williams), takes a job at the local hospital and sets her sights on the doc. Sparks and rumors fly as patients crowd his office: a shouting oil rigger, the inept local constable, a woman who sees her dead husband’s ghost, and a man who eats his own hair. Facing all this, will Doc Martin leave Portwenn after all?
Contains graphic medical scenes.
I enjoy this series immensely. All the acting is good, Martin Clunes is especially outstanding as the awkward, irascible Doctor, and the life of the village charms me. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Penelope Schmitt
They are all fantastic...every season is just as good as the next...Published 24 days ago by Ted Lowe
This entire series is deeply moving and absolutely hilarious. It acknowledges the viewer's intelligence with subtle humor instead of bold obvious contrived jokes. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Catherine T. Burnes
Discs work flawlessly and episodes are just as seen on television.Published 1 month ago by longboard
Part of the wonderful series of Doc Martin. This is a must have in my opinion this is so worth watching.Published 1 month ago by Ann Eckman
We love the dry British humor. My wife see a lot of me in Doc Martin. Yes, I did a spreadsheet with mean and standard deviations on feeding times for our son. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Raymond S. Leonard