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Iâ€™m always leery of new dramas if they arenâ€™t procedurals, because I have such strict guidelines on what I like and dislike. So when I first heard about USA Networkâ€™s latest, Complications, I figured Iâ€™d give it a shot, especially since I was such a huge fan of Burn Notice (which was created by Matt Nix, who created this as well), but I honestly wasnâ€™t expecting to enjoy it enough to continue. Iâ€™ve watched the first two episodes (the two that are airing tonight), and I loved it so far. Thereâ€™s lots of exciting drama and tension and a ton of emotion that made my heart clench. Jason Oâ€™Mara stars as John Ellison, an ER doctor, who intervenes in a drive-by shooting and saves a little boyâ€™s life. But things escalate quickly when he learns that the boy is a gang leaderâ€™s son and now heâ€™s expected to keep the boy alive as the rival gang tries yet again to kill him. The series also stars Jessica Szohr as ER nurse Gretchen Polk (whose character has great chemistry with Ellison, who is â€“ unfortunately, in my opinion. LOL â€“ married), Beth Riesfraf (loved her in Leverage) as Samantha Ellison (Johnâ€™s wife), and Lauren Stamile (a stick-in-the-mud, rigid ER doctor).
On tonightâ€™s double episodes, â€œPilot/Infection,â€ disillusioned ER doctor John Ellison finds his existence transformed when he intervenes in a drive-by shooting, saving a young boy’s life. When he learns the boy is still marked for death, John is compelled to keep him alive. In part 2, when Antoine disappears from his hospital bed, John must find him quickly or face the consequences of losing a gang leader’s son. ER nurse Gretchen Polk tries to convince a combative patient to lie about her medical condition in order to keep John clear of their supervisor’s suspicions.
Donâ€™t miss the exciting new drama tonight on USA Network at 9/8c.
Iâ€™ll also be watching/DVRing Beat Bobby Flay.
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