Shaun Murphy, a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome, relocates from a quiet country life to join a prestigious hospital's surgical unit. Unable to personally connect with those around him, Shaun uses his extraordinary medical gifts to save lives and challenge the skepticism of his colleagues.
ok after careful consideration I tried this show on the first episode and let me tell you I have no regrets in doing so this is by far the most impressive and brilliant show this fall the guy who plays dr murphy is just outstanding and is perfect for this part I have laughed at this show cried over it I have been threw every emotion and this is just the first season please a b c bring back Doctor murphy next season I went in expecting another boring hospital show and I got more far more then I could have ever asked for
Not too bad
Started really good at first, but then it got deteriorating slowly by adding left wing politics and propaganda. Sad, because TV show itself was very good, but in late episodes far left propaganda pushed upon you is very obvious.
The concept is there, but the same humdrum preachy wokeism that is killing Netflix starts seeping in pretty quickly. The first few episodes are engaging, with likable characters and creative scenarios. Unlikely medical conditions abound, but that has been a staple of medical series since the dawn of time. Unfortunately what's been another shoehorn into recent dramas is the push of political and social agendas that no one in the audience signed up for. By the beginning of the second series, there is more preaching than doctoring, and the story loses its potential.