Whether it is comedy or drama, medical shows are a massive draw for people of all backgrounds. Ever since the success of E.R., there has been no shortage of medical shows.
Medical shows have been a television staple for many years, yet there is a debate around which of them is the best. Below is a roundup of our three favorite medical shows you should be watching.
The list wouldn’t be complete without mentioning this popular medical drama. It has a special place in the hearts of medical show lovers everywhere. Launched on ABC in 2005, the show is the longest-running American primetime medical drama. The show has entertained us with both its enticing hospital staff and their issues, and how they handle relationships with their patients.
Grey’s Anatomy has features talented actors and actresses, including Sandra Oh, Ellen Pompeo, Katherine Heigl, and Meredith Grey. The show launched the careers of many of the cast. The show has also enjoyed huge ratings and is considered a hallmark for modern T.V.
E.R. was the longest-running medical show before it was knocked off its perch by Grey’s Anatomy. Broadcasted from 1995 to 2009, it is the second longest running medical show.
The show has seen many talented cast members, including George Clooney, Julianna Margulies, Anthony Edwards, and Noah Wyle. Based on a personal life story written by novelist Michael Crichton, this show became a ratings juggernaut.
This American Medical drama series was created by Matt Olmsted, and Dick Wolf of Law and Order fame. Chicago Med features Nick Gehlfuss, Torrey DeVitto, Brian Tee, S. Epatha Merkerson, and many more. This show is part of Wolf’s Chicago Franchise, and it focuses on the Gaffney Chicago Medical Center’s staff and their lives. Since its premiere, the show has resonated well with American medical T.V. series viewers.
There you have it! Above are three of our favorite medical shows. Millions of viewers across the world watch these shows. In case you have yet to watch them, consider checking them out. A fantastic experience awaits.