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I like to watch all saints every week thats why i rated it 9.9 out of ten and classafied it absolutely fabulous.
I like to watch all saints every week because it is my number 1 show out of all of them i like it because of the drama that un-folds every episode i like to see the way they run the ED and the way John Howard as Dr Frank Campion runs the ED and i also like the way he is all ways getting mad and most things but thats what gets evry one through there work day and i like to see the steps that they take to save the persons life and i like the whole cast they are all such good actors my favorite is Frank Campion because of his aditude.moreless
i love this show its a great show to watch
its pretty much like any other drama series but it in a hospital and its great i really like the old episode sthe ones i've seen anyway and i really love the new episodes and i can't believe Judith McGrath (who plays Von) is still in it and it great and i wish georgie Parker(who plays terri)was still in it
but my fav actors in the new series are Mark Priestley who plays Dan, Christopher Gabardi who plays Vincent and the actress's Jolene Anderson who plays Erica,Tammy MacIntosh who plays Charlotte, Alexandra Davies who plays Cate,Libby Tanner who plays Bronwyn,Natalie Saleeba who plays Jessicamoreless
Best Australian Show on T.V at the moment :)
This T.V show is one of the best australian shows on air, at the moment. I only started watching it about a year ago, but i am hooked on it. It is the best show. and every week, i cant wait to the next week. because there is so much drama. and romance. at the moment with zoe and sean. i dont think it will work out. none of the relationships work. but hopefully it will!!! the one between erica and the new intern. hopefully they end up together. cause they look like they are meant to be.moreless
Best Australian Drama ever!
Ilove this show even though i started watching at like episdoe 300. People and i always thought that this show would not be good but i guess when my mum began to watch it (i had to)(or sleep). The show is just better than expected. I thought it would be like " Home and Away " that goes forever but it's way better. I never thought i would like soap dramas. Oh well, things change. Yeah i have pretty much waisted my whole review on how i started to watch the show. I only need to do 3 more words. 100 words complete!lolmoreless
Fantastic medical drama that draws you into storylines.
All Saints is the one show that brings tears to my eyes every single week. Each episode has a heartwrenching story, as well as some heart warming ones. The acting is really great, and the characters are fabulous, especially Frank Campion, who is one of the highlights of the show for me. They get most of their medical atleast passably correct, according to my mum the nurse, and that is a lot better than many of the other medical dramas whcih often seem to use guess work to depict medical situations. I would reccomend this show to anyone who enjoys medical dramas, especially those who don't enjoy the often gruesome scenes in some other meddramas, as this one is relatively good with all that. No inside-the-body camera work or anything. They have really truthful reactions from the patients and families, and I am glad that they stay true to reality, and don't overdramatise anything. It's all very lifelike, and watching it, I feel like I'm there, and I feel all their pain.moreless
Sad day at All Saints
The episode starts the evening before Nelson and Kerry's wedding.
Kerry wants to be traditional and leaves with Von to spend the night at her place. As day breaks, Von hears some strange sounds coming from Kerry's room, but she thinks Nelson's in there. In the meantime there's a fire at a factory.
Nelson gets a flat tire on the way to church and Jack shows up at the church with his sister.
Time passes in the meantime. Von goes to get the flowers and everyone is waiting at the church.
When Von returns, Kerry is still in her room. Finally, she thinks it a bit strange and walks into Kerry's room only to discover something dreadful, that won't leave any of the main characters untoucht.
It's a sad, but excellent episode. Everyone plays their role splenditly. Although sad, worth every second!moreless
The one show a week I make sure I don't miss. Excellent medical drama with strong characters who don't always do the right thing, but keep you interested in their stories.
All Saints is a long-running Australian medical drama that has the right balance of medical procedure and character interaction. I really enjoy the cases that come into the Emergency ward, they are well-handled and give you insight into both the medical situation and the emotional consequences of what has happened. Some of the incidents are bizarre, some funny, and some are tragic - a very good insight into the daily happenings at a hospital emergency ward.
The cast are strong and human and don't always do what they should, which makes them more interesting. All Saints has had its ups and downs over the years, but the move to Emergency from Ward 17 was the best career move the show could have had - the stories have tightened and the drama enhanced as a result.
I like the strong female presences, and the interactions which have a very real and down to earth flavour. Unfortunately character arcs are sacrificed for dramatic purposes a little too often for my tastes, but this is a small criticism.
Overall a highly entertaining and consistent show.moreless
Up there amoung the best Medical Dramas
I have been a fan of this show since it's very beginning but it has outdone itself in the past year, especially in the Kerry-Nelson storyline which I think I will always remember, like the day that Molly died in A Country Practise.
All Saints is one of those shows which patches real life medical emergency with real life drama, without being to fake or overdramatised -- a perk of being an Aussie drama (no pretention). While other shows tend to rely on gimicks to get their audience, this one is stands alone as a shiny beacon of drama and fact.moreless