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Talk Back: Series Premiere of NBC's "Trauma"

I'm curious to see how many of you out there tuned in last night to watch NBC's new medical drama series Trauma.

I didn't review Trauma--possibly because I couldn't find anything nice to say about it--but I am wondering what those of you thought who happened to tune in to the series opener last evening.

Did you like the series' combination of feisty, flawed characters and things going boom? Were you sucked in my the catastrophic opening minutes' footage of that downed helicopter? Did you like the chemistry between the actors or was it sideswiped by the explosive production values? Or did you find the whole thing incredibly bombastic and forced? Or a wee bit dated?

More importantly, will you tune in again next week for the second episode?

Talk back here.

Comments

Anonymous said…
I only intended to watch it because Jamey Sheridan's in it, and I'm REALLY glad I did. Not only was he yummy as hell, but that opening sequence about knocked me out of bed! I'll definitely be tuning in again.
Anonymous said…
Looked horrible. Didn't watch
Anonymous said…
Bad,Bad!!!
Nothing new in the show. I think Third Watch was better and I didn't see it pass a few episodes.

Next week, i would read a book.

JP
Anonymous said…
I thought the show was great. So sick of all the reality show stuff. This kept me on the edge of my seat
Anonymous said…
I thought it was a really good show. I definately would watch again
Modwild said…
Nope - I didn't like it. The characters were very unappealing to me, and the writers couldn't quite bring me into the traumas either. I won't be back.
rockauteur said…
I miss ER and this has way better stunts!
CrazyCris said…
bof, thrilling yes as in a "seat of your pants" way but otherwise uninteresting...
Anonymous said…
I'll watch anything with Cliff Curtis in it.
RT said…
I thought the helicopters were more appealing to watch than the actors. Poorly written, cliche trodden mess of a show.

Anastasia, come back to "Damages" where you belong.

Cancellation ETA: November 1st.
Anonymous said…
One comment...ridiculous. Not a portrayal of EMS air, ground, or otherwise. If it were I'd be ashamed of having a career in the business.

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