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Pitting his formidable skills against high-risk medical emergencies is only one of Monroe’s challenges. He and his team must also navigate the toll that medicine takes on patients and doctors—especially when dealing with their personal lives. As slick as he is with a scalpel, Monroe struggles at home as a husband and father, and at work he clashes with brusque heart surgeon Dr. Jenny Bremner (Sarah Parish, The Pillars of the Earth).
With a dose of House’s dark humor and an infusion of humanity and warmth, Monroe is gripping medical drama at its best.
"Blessed with heart and brain" —The Sunday Times (U.K.)
"Sharply written" —The Guardian (U.K.)
This was an extremely funny series that was easy to watch and enjoy.Published 7 months ago by Jean Gibson
I always like James Nesbitt in everything he does, but his charming manner and acting ability is only as good as the material. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Bun
While there are some gory scenes of operations, this show is smart, witty and engaging. James Nesbitt is wonderful and believable in the role of Gabriel Monroe, a neurosurgeon and... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Eileen
Love it! Started watching the first series on Acorn--they don't have the second one yet. Did not know anything about this show other than it was British. It is a refreshing series. Read morePublished 15 months ago by S. Yoder
Inevitably, the new British medical series MONROE will be compared to the American hit “House”. There, now that that is over with, MONROE can be discussed on its own merits and not... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jon Wynne
There was a second season shown in the UK with six more episodes. Hope it is released on DVD in the US.Published 17 months ago by Library Lil
This series can't seem to figure out whether it wants to be serious or a dramedy or some type of medical soap opera; whatever it is, I don't like it and won't be viewing any other... Read morePublished on January 19, 2013 by BKR
We're both avid fans of James Nesbitt but this series just didn't do it for us. Murphy's Law, is our all time favorite of his works that we've seen.Published on November 1, 2012 by Fred