How to watch
This docuseries is a straightforward account of what actually happens in emergency rooms and about people who dedicate their lives to this extremely demanding work.
Set in a New York hospital that has struggled in the past to compete with bigger establishments, it follows two brain surgeons, an OBGYN, and an ER physician.
If you like ER, Grey’s Anatomy, or anything similar, and want to know how it actually works – this is a great show. Hint: reality is light years away from how ERs are usually depicted.
Lenox Hill a tough watch that might not be for everyone — there are people diagnosed with horrible things and pretty much every single scene is highly emotional.
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