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The series centers on a young Silicon Valley tech-titan who enlists a veteran surgeon with a controversial past in starting an amazingly tech-forward hospital that cherry-picks challenging cases and treats patients free of charge.
he script is assembled from cliches, some so hokey the actors seem to have trouble keeping straight faces. The plot rarely holds together, and the technology is more new age (a real-life "Vulcan mind meld"?) than cutting age.
By relying on the predictable emotional manipulation that accompanies life-threatening situations to deliver its drama, the series is forgoing the opportunity to build characters with personalities and in turn pull real emotion from them.
Whenever Bell pressed an index finger to his lips shortly before dispensing some medical wisdom about which he has no medical training to draw upon, I wanted to slap his hand from his mouth and say, "Scram, jerk!"