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Claude Jeremiah Greengrass
DS Rachel Dawson
PC Don Wetherby
PC Geoff Younger
Sgt George Miller
PC Joe Mason
PC Phil Bellamy
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Heartbeat is another forgettable medical drama that... will only leave audiences feeling sorry for doctors and their love lives, and scared to ever enter a hospital like this.
NBC's Heartbeat is an annoying anachronism of a show, a program that openly steals ideas from better shows like Grey's Anatomy, ER and House, but has no idea what to do with them.
The rest of us aren't likely to last much past the scene in which Alex pounds on the glass walls in her boss' office and shrieks, "I'm not leaving without my heart!" Whatever. Just go.
One wishes the series would fixate less on the chaos of [Dr.] Panttiere's love life. For all the longing gazes and hasty workplace hookups, Heartbeat is at its most pulse-pounding when it simply steps back to let her do her job.
Heartbeat seems like a Rhimes show, but it isn't one. It's Grey's Anatomy without the charm.
With its rush-about protagonist flirting, sobbing, threatening, cajoling and commiserating, all the while trying to find the true meaning of something or other. Sedative, please. STAT.
Given the fact that Heartbeat tries to present Alex as a feminist role-model, it's unfortunate that she is defined almost entirely by the men around her.
Mawkishly manipulative when it isn't being annoyingly self-satisfied, Heartbeat works off an overused prescription pad of familiar plot devices.
While the likable cast - which includes D.L. Hughley, Jamie Kennedy and Maya Erskine - is easy to root for, there is little else to distinguish "Heartbeat" from numerous other medical shows.
The show's supporting characters are all some combination of bland, unbelievable, and/or reprehensible.
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