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He’s surly, tactless, self-centered, and uptight—but he’s the only doctor in town.
"Full of lovable oddball characters" —Los Angeles Times
Fatherhood hasn’t softened the dour Dr. Martin Ellingham (Martin Clunes, Men Behaving Badly). He’s about to take a new position in London when events conspire to keep him in Portwenn. His infant son with Louisa (Caroline Catz, Murder in Suburbia) needs a name, his replacement doesn’t seem up to the job, and he receives devastating news. Like it or not, he’s stuck in the scenic Cornish village with its quirky inhabitants—most of whom have grudgingly grown rather fond of the grumpy doctor. Although Martin has largely mastered his fear of blood, he still has no clue how to manage his life. How can he cope with sleepless nights, an aunt with issues, a flaky new receptionist, Louisa’s hippie mother, and the usual village dramas? This season, Emmy® winner Eileen Atkins (Cranford) joins the cast of the award-winning British drama.
So far this season is better than season 4 which was very good!! We have only watched 2 episodes, and we watch very little television.Published 11 hours ago by Patricia Johnson Kwartler
What's not to love about the Doc Martin series. Great cast with excellent characters and cast.Published 22 days ago by Stephen Weiss
As enjoyable as ever even though I miss Pauline and Aunt Joan. Sometimes I want to jump in and smack Doc Martin, but I guess I'll just have to keep hoping that he will soften up a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Serena
love, love, love, this great program...hope the seasons never endPublished 1 month ago by Patricia Anderson
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I cannot wait until we get to see the new season!
Feb 25, 2013 by A. Smith | See all 8 posts
On all the discs except season 1 we were able to activate SDH subtitles (CC). The ones from season 1 now airing on local PBS stations also have closed caption, but we got ours from the public library.
Sep 16, 2012 by Miss | See all 2 posts