TNT orders live medical crowdsourcing reality show M.D. Live
The two-hour weekly 10-episode series will feature a panel of doctors who'll help patients who submit their ailments. It'll be in the vein of A&E's Live P.D., and will feature breaking medical alerts and remotes from around the world. "We want this show to inspire action and give hope to real people struggling with medical problems to get answers, proper treatment, and ultimately, improve their quality of life,” said Michael Bloom, senior vice president of unscripted and live programming for TNT. “Our professional team of studio and field crews will lead our charge crowdsourcing hope to help our patients solve the medical mysteries we present in this series.”
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