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‘Grey's Anatomy’ To ‘Doctor Strange’ To ‘Human’ – 5 High-Drama Medical Series That Need To Be On Your Binge List

Since time immemorial there have been different medical shows that have intrigued audiences on OTT. Here are a few thrilling medical web series that you must add to your weekly binge list.

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For a long time, medical dramas have been one of the most popular genres for the OTT audience, and they have been the longest-running prime-time programmes in terms of web series content. There's something inexplicably captivating about watching our favourite actors in scrubs beating obstacles and saving lives. Add a strong dose of drama and there goes a successful series.

So, here are some of the medical dramas you shouldn't miss:

‘Human’ (India)

Staring Shefali Shah and Kirti Kulhari in the lead, this Vipul Amrutlal Shah and Mozez Singh’s directorial is thrilling, thought-provoking and spine-chilling at the same time. You will be gripped on the edges of your seats throughout this binge-watch as Shefali and Kriti unravel some of the shocking secrets about pharma crimes. 'Human' is a compelling story about illegal, unregulated human trials of a forbidden medicine and the consequences of the medical swindle, including the deaths of innocent people and heinous murders, as well as brazen cover-ups, inducements, threats, and hidden transactions. The rich performances of all the actors including the two leads will keep you curious and engrossed throughout the series.

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‘Doctor Strange’ (Korea)

‘Doctor Strange’ is the ideal choice if you enjoy your medical K-dramas with a side of political intrigue. The drama, starring Lee JongSuk and Jin Se Yeon, chronicles the story of a gifted surgeon who meets a doppelganger of his first love.

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ (USA)

With nearly 15 seasons broadcast, Grey's Anatomy, the wildly popular television series created by Shonda Rhimes, is the longest-running medical drama in television history. The titular Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) and a number of other notable characters joined the fictional Seattle Grace Hospital as interns at the beginning of the series, which later explored their development as humans and medical professionals. There was never a shortage of drama on this series from disclosing surprise wives to real explosives going off outside the operating room, there is never a boring moment.

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‘Saving Hope’ (Canada)

Hope Zion, a fictional hospital in Toronto, is the setting for a television series. Erica Durance and Michael Shanks star in the show. Malcolm MacRury and Morwyn Brebner, who are both listed as creators and executive producers, came up with the show's premise. From June 7, 2012, through August 3, 2017, Saving Hope ran on CTV for five seasons, with the first season broadcasting on NBC.

‘The Resident’ (USA)

‘The Resident’ is an American medical drama television series that is based on Marty Makary's book Unaccountable. The series focuses on the lives and tasks of staff employees at Chastain Park Memorial Healthcare while digging into the hospital industry's bureaucratic methods.

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