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Great cast livens up typical, graphic medical show drama.
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Adult Written bychristian2011 February 22, 2013

Great medical show. Has a chance to inspire people interested in the medical field.

Monday Mornings has a unique twist unlike other medical dramas. On monday morning (literally), doctors meet up with the chief of surgery and discuss cases in which some doctors should've improved on or missed something vital in their diagnosis or surgery. In reality, doctors should really should have meetings like this because it'll help them become more experienced and compassionate doctors. The surgery scenes are quite graphic and the language is infrequent but does contain unbeeped uses of sh*t and bullsh*t. There are relationships (including passionate affairs) between some of the main characters, but nothing graphic. This show does contain dark themes and intense thematic material throughout, where some patients undergo surgery and unexpectedly die, including a young boy, which can be a shock and upset most viewers. This means that Monday Mornings should be viewed by older viewers. Alot of people interested in the medical field will definitely be inspired by watching this show, because the staff meetings intervenes doctors on their cases and what they should've to make their case more successful and lesser mistakes.

This title contains:

Positive Messages
Positive role models
Violence & scariness
Language