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Записи с темой: saving hope/не теряя надежды (список заголовков)
22:48 

ДжоэльГоран #DrJoelGoran #SavingHope

10:03 

Теперь немного о финале от меня

Многого написать, наверное, не смогу, да и большинство этого уже высказано в интервью, выложенных ранее. Финал действительно очень эмоциональный и шокирующий. Судя по отзывам, этого не ожидал никто. Актер прав, когда сказал, что Надежда не Игра Престолов, но финал был как раз в стиле Игры Престолов. Как я писала ранее, я не то чтобы удивлена уходу, просто удивлена способом. Я бы скорее отправила Горана в Либерию, куда его потянуло, но Дэниел хотел сделать непременно так, чтобы уйти насовсем и навсегда. Его можно понять, ведь ни за год, ни за 2 ситуация сильно не изменится: у него будет два маленьких ребенка и жена, ему надо будет быть с семьей. В отличие от многих он выбрал семью. К тому же, сниматься в двух разных проектах в разных странах действительно очень сложно. Он же не во флешбеке раз в месяц появлялся, а тянул на себе главные роли в обоих своих проектах. Ну что же, жаль, но говорю "прощай" моему любимому персонажу проекта. Это будет для меня невосполнимо. Я сериал не брошу, а буду смотреть дальше, но это уже будет зависеть от того, куда проект пойдет. Честно говоря, я пока не представляю, куда можно пойти, кроме дебрей мыла и жуткой драмы, ведь именно мимо этой конкретной драмы сценаристы пройти уже не смогут)) Это навсегда, так сказать) Более того, если проект будет жить и дальше, то я почти уверена в появлении Гиллиса там уже в качестве призрака. Редко, конечно, но почти наверняка хоть кадр за сезон.. Так обычно и делают. Для актера это не будет особо напряжно, а для проекта - профит. То, чем кончится для него финал, мне стало ясно, когда я увидела бомбу. Лампочка в голове зажглась сразу, а дальше уже шел просмотр по принципу "просто увидеть, как именно". В остальном так и не раскрыта тема отца ребенка, это перенесено на следующий сезон. Можно понять почему, иначе было бы слишком много наверчено, а еще после такого поворота народу надо будет обмозговать свои приоритеты заново. Я все равно ставлю на Джоэла, и в случае моей неправоты посоветую занести Алекс в Книгу Рекордов Гиннеса по срокам беременности)) Зака же, конечно, жаль. Джоэл совершил воистину героический поступок, который спас жизнь своему другу, но чувство вины никуда не денется, я уверена. Они были настоящими друзьями, а потому произошедшее будет аукаться Заку еще очень долгое время и изменит его жизнь. Вот на кого было абсолютно наплевать, так это на Мегги, но она для меня вообще такой персонаж, который вызывает стабильную антипатию с самого первого сезона)
Вопрос после финала только один - Чарли у нас теперь что, еще и провидец, мать его?!
Что касается судьбы проекта, то тут все становится туманным. Совершенно очевидно, что проект потеряет очень много как в плане каста, так и в плане зрителей. Вчера сразу после просмотра лазила по новостям и поняла одно - огромная часть аудитории уйдет, это верняком. Некоторые уйдут сразу после финала, уже ушли. Другие уйдут после первых серий, когда узнают имя отца. Третьи попытаются посмотреть, а дальше будет видно. Но эта потеря точно станет непростительной со стороны зрителей. Разумеется, после такого поворота сериал наверняка получит свои премии в номинациях, вопрос только в том, что будет потом.
У Дэниела же остается на пока один проект. А сколько протянут Оригиналы я могу выразить на данном этапе только как :facepalm: :-D

@темы: Рейтинги, Новости, Saving Hope/Не теряя надежды, Daniel Gillies/Дэниел Гиллис

09:24 

Explosive Finale of CTV’s SAVING HOPE

Explosive Finale of CTV’s SAVING HOPE Wins the Night in the Key A25-54 Demo, as 1.34 Million Viewers Tune In

– The gripping Season 3 finale delivers a season-high overnight audience –
– On Twitter, #SavingHope trends across Canada during the emotional finale which is available on demand on CTV.ca, CTV GO, and CraveTV™ –
– Production on SAVING HOPE’s fourth season is set to begin this summer in Toronto –
– The series finale of THE MENTALIST wins the night with 1.7 million viewers –

To tweet this release:

TORONTO (February 19, 2015) – In what was an emotional and shocking Season 3 finale of CTV’s hit original drama SAVING HOPE, the series saw a season-high overnight audience of 1.34 million viewers, preliminary data from Numeris (BBM Canada) confirms. Winning the night in the key A25-54 demo, SAVING HOPE also won its 10 p.m. ET timeslot, leading STALKER (Global/CBS) in total viewers (+37%), as well as the key A18-49 (+20%) and A25-54 (+41%) demos. In all, 2.7 million English-language Canadians watched some or all of the finale, which saw #SavingHope trend on Twitter across Canada throughout the broadcast. The unforgettable season finale is available on demand on CTV.ca, CTV GO, and CraveTV. Viewers can also enjoy all three seasons of SAVING HOPE on CraveTV.

A closer look at Numeris (BBM Canada) preliminary data for Wednesday:

  • CTV wins all hours of prime time and has the Top 3 programs of the night with total viewers, and the key A18-49 and A25-54 demos.
  • The two-hour series finale of THE MENTALIST is #1 with total viewers, watched by 1.7 million Canadians.
  • SAVING HOPE’s Season 3 finale was up 28% over its episode a week ago*, and the finale also saw an overnight season-high audience in the key A18-49 and A25-54 demos.

Recently named a finalist for a Golden Screen Award at this year’s Canadian Screen Awards, SAVING HOPE’s gripping season finale saw life and death collide as Dr. Alex Reid (Erica Durance) became a new mom, delivering a healthy baby boy named Luke Reid. In a shocking turn of events, the episode culminated in a devastating accident at an offsite army base.

Ending its third season as Canada’s most-watched original drama in the key adult demos, SAVING HOPE has a current season average audience of 1.4 million total viewers on CTV, Numeris (BBM Canada) final data confirms. As previously announced, 18 new episodes of SAVING HOPE have been ordered from IFC Films and Entertainment One (eOne), with production set to begin on Season 4 this summer in Toronto, bringing the series total to 67 episodes.


@темы: Рейтинги, Новости, Saving Hope/Не теряя надежды

09:22 

Ben Ayres on the shocking Saving Hope finale

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Saving Hope

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SPOILER WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FROM THE SEASON 3 SAVING HOPE FINALE

By now, those who tuned into the third season finale of CTV medical drama Saving Hope have hopefully collected themselves–at least enough to wipe their tear-stained faces. In the episode’s final moments, viewers saw Dr. Joel Goran (Daniel Gillies), heroically save a solider from being blown to bits, sacrificing himself in the process.

You can read our interview with Daniel Gillies here, but we also caught up with scene stealer Ben Ayres, whose Dr. Zach Miller shared many of Joel’s final scenes. Here’s what he had to say on that shocking finale, his own reaction upon learning the news, and where we can possibly go from here.

The TV Junkies: When did you find out that Joel was being killed off?

Ben Ayres: About the day before the episode came out to everybody. That’s when Daniel found out; he’s the one who told me, but that was the day before the sсript came out. We had a read-through of Episode 17 and after the episode he was like, ‘Dude I have to call you right now.’ I was like, ‘What? F— off. There’s no way they’re going to do that.’ And then the next day everybody got the sсript. There it was.

TTVJ: What was the reaction in the room?

BA: [Loud laughter] It was a really pretty emotional. They had champagne there for everybody because it was also the wrap of the season and some kind words were given. It was hard. I’ll be honest, I couldn’t believe when I read the sсript originally. I couldn’t believe when he told me. I couldn’t believe when we filmed it. I couldn’t believe when I watched it … It’s so weird. He’s a good friend of mine too so I’m really going to miss him.

TTVJ: Since you are friends, was it nice to be able to film many of those final scenes together?

BA: Absolutely, I thought it was really cool that they did that. I think that Zach and Joel kind of … we always played them as friends and we always kind of wanted them to be friends. They would try and pit us together even in the scenes in the original season, I think because he and I found each funny and befriended each other quite quickly. So we would always turn any sort of argument between each other into kind of like, taking the piss out of each other, which is what a good friend relationship is like. So I thought it was really cool that they gave us that last episode together.

TTVJ: How do you think fans will react?

BA: They are going to freak out. I mean there’s going to be some anger Wednesday night I think for sure. Some major disappointment and real shock and surprise. It’s just going to be such a surprising thing because we’re not Game of Thrones, but it’s a Game of Thrones moment. I just think there’s going to be shock and surprise at what happens.

TTVJ: Could this be a chance for the show to reset from being a show about a love triangle?

BA: Yeah for the show I think it’s a good thing. It’s been a three-season, 49-episode arc of a love triangle that I think … it’s a good way to go and it’s a good way to kind of start something else. How much more do we really want to go back and forth as to whose kid it is and who’s getting married? I think it’s going to make all of those characters stronger and give Erica Durance way more to play. The fact that we don’t find out who the father is … I think the strong choice is that it’s Joel’s baby and Charlie has to be the man and be the father to a baby that’s not his. I think that would be cool.

Saving Hope

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TTVJ: Do you think Zach could experience some survivor’s guilt in Season 4?

BA: I would kind of like to see him go there. I think he’s going to feel a bit responsible for it and that he could have done something. Not that, ‘Oh I’ve flipped heads or tails’ or ‘It should have been Charlie and not you’ or something like that, but he’s going to feel a little responsible for what happened. It was a weird moment to even play after he explodes. Like eff. How do you react to that? It was a really weird moment that we kind of played around with in a few different ways. I was really happy with how they dealt with it. That moment I thought played really well.

TTVJ: What do you think the significance of the horse was?

BA: It’s a very noble animal, especially a white one. And what joel did at the end was a very noble thing. I believe that he maybe even knew that was going to happen and that it was the best thing for him to do for Alex. And I don’t think that it was a surprise to Joel. I think it was something he was expecting and I think that forces representation of a noble act.

TTVJ: Did you find it weird that he blew up but then afterwards there was a whole body under that body bag?

BA: Yeah, I wasn’t sure what the deal was. I remember Daniel and I were joking that the explosion would happen and then I would be pulling pieces of him off of me going, ‘JOOOOOEL!’ Yeah so I think the idea is that there are pieces of body in that bag, but I think maybe they thought showing it was too much. There’s nothing left of him, right? There’s no bag, there’s no toe to see his tag on…

TTVJ: Season 3 has started incorporating more of the supporting characters into the storyline, has that been nice to play?

BA: Yeah, I know, which is great right? That’s kind of been as an actor, hard on the show because you’re always wanting more to do so anytime you get to delve into your character’s past is a real treat. For me to get to discover more with my kids and my ex, and especially with my father dying when I was young … we discovered that in such a great way in the episode where he’s trying to out a secret in a guy so his wife doesn’t hate him. And then of course his relationship with Melanda (Glenda Braganza) was exciting to see that grow. Glenda and I really talked a lot about that relationship. I remember in the episode where Zach thinks he has prostate cancer. Originally the intent of the writing was that we actually go and play paintball after work, it was like a thing they went and did. I was like, that just seems ridiculous, let’s just make it code for sex. They’ll have crazy sex in the hospital. I think we just had a lot of fun and they were really receptive and open to it. So we started finding these nuances of the characters that they were crazier than they kind of appear as far as their sexual activies and love for each other and kind of what they’re finding out with each other. I’ve been happy with it and of course excited to see where we’re going next season.


@темы: Новости, Saving Hope/Не теряя надежды

22:15 

DANIEL GILLIES ON THE SHOCKING SAVING HOPE FINALE

Очень познавательное интервью, но хочу сказать сразу - я не удивлена. То есть, конечно, элемент сюрприза тут есть, но это было для меня несколько ожидаемо. Правда, я не думала, что это будет смерть. Я постоянно изучаю новости по всем проектам, которые смотрю с большим интересом, и могу сказать, что состояние Дэниела было как раз таким. Все-таки мое постоянное лазанье по новостям дает мне отличную возможность подготовиться и предугадать. Не зря меня учили на налитика, видимо)) Смерть Элайджи я тоже предположила по подобному поводу, а не просто так - он не справлялся ни физически, ни морально. И что-то должно было уйти, иначе никак. И раз в Ориджиналсах он навсегда, то отсюда он должен был уйти так или иначе. Это закономерно. В его интервью и просто по видео и прочему было видно, что ему тяжело. Дэниел еще давно говорил, что ему чертовски больно от того, что он почти не видит свою дочь и свою жену, что постоянные съемки не просто в разных городах, но даже в разных странах лишают его семьи, возможности быть с семьей. Он специально переехал в Лос-Анджелес, чтобы видеть их чаще, чтобы жене было удобнее. Но на 2 проекта постоянно может пахать только тот, у кого нет семьи или нет особого желания проводить с ними все время. Дэниел же уже столько раз говорил, что урвать время даже для собственной дочери невозможно, что постоянно его расстраивало. Это было видно по тому, с какой тоской он об этом говорил. Его жена Американка, его дочь Американка, их будущий сын - тоже. То есть вся его семья в Америке. Он в одном интервью даже говорил, что поэтому перевез даже мать жены в Лос-Анджелес, чтобы она никогда не была одна, ведь у него никак нет возможности быть рядом. А с появлением еще одного ребенка все будет еще жестче. Так что что-то он должен был выбрать. Я рада, что он уже давно выбрал семью. А потому съемки в Канаде закончены. Я за него очень рада и считаю, что он сделал правильный выбор. Молодец!! Он становится актером и человеком, которым я действительно восхищаюсь. Его жене стоит позавидовать. Что касается проекта, то думаю, что следующий сезон должен стать последним. Совершенно очевидно, что огромная часть аудитории уйдет, такое проектам не прощается) Пусть это и не их вина, а сценаристов Дэниел просил об этом в самом начале сезона, это сути не меняет. Если проект не вытянет за первую часть сезона, а это будет видно сразу, то им останется просто закончить сериал также отлично как они все делали ранее. Скорее всего так и будет))
Еще раз поздравляю мистера Дэниела Гиллиса с удачным и верным выбором. Желаю ему удачной карьеры в Америке, где его семья, его жена и его дети. Молодец! Семья превыше всего, да?)))
Интервью очень честное и откровенное. И за что хочу похвалить еще, так это за то, что он не извиняется ни перед кем за свой выбор.

Daniel Gillies, Saving Hope

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SPOILER ALERT– THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FROM THE SEASON 3 FINALE OF SAVING HOPE.

Well, damn. That just happened.

After three seasons of rock star surgeries, sexy love scenes and a professional roller coaster at Hope Zion, Dr. Joel Goran (Daniel Gillies) is just … gone. Even Charlie (Michael Shanks) and Alex (Erica Durance) shippers couldn’t have seen that one coming.

In Wednesday night’s Season 3 finale of the CTV medical drama show Joel was killed off during one of the episode’s final scenes, in which he pulled a bomb from a patient and wound up accidentally killing himself instead. Meanwhile Alex had her baby, bringing the whole circle of life thing … well, full circle.

“We have loved having Daniel Gillies as part of our Saving Hope family for the past three seasons, and we will miss his presence on set immensely when we return for Season 4,”executive producer Ilana Frank said in a statement. “The decision to kill the character of Joel was one that we did not take lightly, and it was an incredibly difficult decision to make. Creatively, we have spent three seasons with a love triangle storyline between the characters of Alex, Charlie, and Joel, and we felt it was time to move in a different direction as we head into a new season. We are unbelievably grateful to Daniel for his incredible portrayal of Joel, and to our fans who have loved this character as much as we have.”

Because we still weren’t feeling the closure, we caught up with the man of the hour, Mr. Daniel Gillies himself. Although the star had yet to catch the episode (and wasn’t able to watch it live Wednesday night thanks to his filming schedule with The Originals), he still shared his take on leaving Saving Hope, filming those final scenes and his co-stars’ reactions to his exit.

 

The TV Junkies: How did you find out you were being killed off?

Daniel Gillies: Well I asked to be killed at the beginning of the third season. It was a decision that was very difficult to make. I spoke to my representation and I said, ‘Look. I think we should have this discussion because I have a wife that’s American and I have a daughter that’s an American. Soon I’m going to have another son, he’s going to be an American boy. For all intents and purposes we live in the United States. And this is my home.’ Los Angeles is my home and it was a hard … put it this way. Most actors who are No. 2 on the callsheet of any show with anywhere between 18 and 22 episodes a year are exhausted from the one show. I was doing 40-42 episodes of TV a year, bouncing between two shows. Between The Originals and Saving Hope I was just exhausted. I was just exhausted. And so I put it in their minds, and then they approached me later on in the season and surprisingly they sort of acquiesced. I actually thought they might do it much earlier but they were gracious and allowed it to happen much later in the season.

TTVJ: From the sounds of things, not even your co-stars, as of Wednesday morning knew that you had made that ask.

DG: I knew it could happen because I asked, and I kept that part sort of under wraps. But now I don’t have any need to protect that information. I knew that it was … I wanted it to happen. Because they’d left it so long what became surprising was how late they left it in the season. But I asked for it.

TTVJ: What were other people’s reactions during the table read when everyone found out?

DG: I didn’t really look at anyone else’s reaction. I think I looked at Michael Shanks, who was to my right at the time, and there was an awkwardness in the room. Everyone went sort of silent. And nobody moved. Typically after a read-through everybody gets up and sort of leaves the room and does things, and I think they were expecting something from me. And I had nothing to give. Like I think they wanted a speech or something. This wasn’t sour grapes or ingratitude or anything, this was a guy who had asked to be killed, who was killed, who was eventually killed at the end of the season and that was very gracious of them to let me stay out that whole season. It was just incredible. So they delivered it and I said, ‘Well, thank you. Thank you for having me here. Thank you for this experience.’ I mean what else can you say? Everybody was just dead silent, it was odd. But I wouldn’t change it for anything.

TTVJ: You and Ben Ayres are friends off set, was it nice to film most of your final scenes with him?

DG: Oh yeah, I love Ben, I became very close with Ben. I think he’s cursed with being too handsome. He’s one of the funniest people around and he’s just got such a dexterity and prowess with his comedy that it’s almost sad that he’s so embarrassingly good looking. He really ought to look like Will Ferrell so he can go out and have this other splendid career.

TTVJ: Do you have an interpretation of what the horse means?

DG: Oh … I don’t know. I don’t really know. I didn’t want to attach any meaning to it because I didn’t think it needed to have meaning for Joel as I was playing that stuff. It seemed so abstract and the show has been guilty of placing abstractions in the show before that never turned out to have any meaning. I’ll give you a classic example, Charlie at the end of one episode jumping on a trampoline in slow motion. It had zero meaning and or kind of justification. So it was just like, well I think this white horse is sort of a trampoline. It sounds very unromantic of me, because there’s nothing more glorious looking than a fabulous, beautiful white equine specimen, but it’s just like, I really didn’t attach anything to it.

Daniel Gillies, Saving Hope

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TTVJ: With your exit comes another cliffhanger with who the father of Alex’s baby is. Have you given much thought to that answer?

DG: Yeah, I definitely have, I’ve put a lot of thought into it. My thought is in opinion, as most thoughts are when you’re not in control of something. My thought is that the most boring choice in the world they could make was that it was Charlie’s kid. But then they’re going to make that choice. Because … my opinion, my very strong opinion is, I feel like they’re going to make the choice to make it Charlie’s because then it cleans up a nice little pile of mess. It truly removes Joel and it keeps him out of the story. But I think it would be really, really interesting if they made it Joel’s kid. I don’t think the show’s going to take that chance because it will be a more difficult road to navigate, but it will be more interesting. It’s funny because I’ve had a lot of people ask me that question. And people seem astonished that it could be Charlie’s kid. They’re like, ‘No way, this can’t be.’ Meaning that’s just too cute. And to be honest I’m inclined to agree. I think it would make Charlie even more noble if the kid wasn’t his. It would make Charlie even more heroic if the kid was actually Joel’s and he didn’t give a damn. But that’s not the way this cookie is going to crumble.

TTVJ: The show has been a love triangle at its core for three seasons, so how do you think the dynamic without you will change?

DG: Well, it sort of was and it wasn’t. It was this sort of cloud over us, it was this love triangle and it was kind of this inferred thing. But I think when we ever got near that subject matter, then it was like the writers sort of recoiled in fear. What I’m trying to say is when they had to rush this conception between Joel and Alex, they did just that—they rushed it. And it was sort of like this … our togetherness as it were, was so brief and so comet-like that I didn’t feel anything between Joel and Alex. There was such a build and then I think the fear was probably in the writers that if they got us too close then there would be too much of a kickback. There would be a sort of anarchy if they went in the direction of making us a good and strong relationship. Or even just having us be mildly successful.

We circled the love triangle for three seasons. We didn’t actually get that close to it. We didn’t actually really, truly explore it. It’s one of the things that saddens me a little bit about the show. I felt like, OK. We were so busy telling these stories from week-to-week about illnesses and stuff and truthfully I just felt the priority ought to have been the doctors. It ought to have been a show about these doctors. That was the show I signed on for. And the further and further down the road we went the more … the less and less it became about that. It became about the week-to-week and sensationalism of the drama. And we never really accomplished a true sense of the love triangle, because they were terrified of writing actual intimacy between Joel and Alex. I think they were just afraid, knowing they were going to take him way from the whole mix that perhaps fans would find it unforgivable.

TTVJ: So perhaps because they knew you were being killed off they didn’t want fans to be too invested?

DG: Yeah, you know I think so. But what do I know? I’ve never written a show before. These guys face tremendous difficulties, they get notes from every single angle, they get them from network, they get them from executive producers, and then last on their totem pole are the actors, who all have something to say. And naturally so, because they have to weigh in and say, look—I’ve been playing this character for like 50-something episodes, my opinion should matter to some extent. So there are a lot of masters to please for the writers and I think that makes this a tremendously difficult working environment. Honestly I don’t know how writers write for network television. It just seems like a really Herculean task.

TTVJ: Do you have any parting words for fans?

DG: Just, thank you.


@темы: Новости, Saving Hope/Не теряя надежды, Daniel Gillies/Дэниел Гиллис

21:13 

Сериал В Надежде на Спасение - 3 сезон 18 серия "All the Pretty Horses"

Когда ужасный несчастный случай на удаленной военной базе требует помощи врачей Хоуп Зион, Чарли Харрис и Джоэл Горан подбрасывают монету, чтобы решить, кто поедет. Джоэл выигрывает и вместе с Заком Миллером отправляется в горячее место, где они пытаются спасти жизнь солдата при страшных обстоятельствах. Между тем Чарли и Дон Белл работают, чтобы спасти жертву гипотермии, а для стажеров Хоуп Зион наступает волнующее время, когда Алекс Рид, Мэгги Лин и Риан Ларуш наконец сталкиваются со своим будущим. Но для Алекс самый большой день в ее карьере также собирается стать самым большим днем ее жизни.

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@темы: Saving Hope/Не теряя надежды, Новости

20:14 

SEASON FINALE: Saving Hope Promo for "All the Pretty Horses" (3.18)

17:16 

Season Finale: ‘Saving Hope’ Episode Description for “All the Pretty Horses”



(L-R) Julia Taylor Ross (Dr. Maggie Lin), Erica Durance (Dr. Alex Reid) and Danso Gordon (Dr. Rian Larouche) in the Season 3 finale of SAVING HOPE
CTV has released episode description for Saving Hope’s season finale “All the Pretty Horses” (3.18). Check it out.

“All the Pretty Horses” (3.18) – Season Finale

A devastating accident requires the help of Hope Zion Hospital’s doctors at an offsite army base, and Dr. Charlie Harris (Michael Shanks) and Dr. Joel Goran (Daniel Gillies) flip a coin to decide who will take the call. When Joel wins the toss, he and Dr. Zach Miller (Ben Ayres) depart for a heart‐pounding day as they attempt to save the life of a soldier in dire circumstances. Meanwhile, Charlie and Dr. Dawn Bell (Michelle Nolden) work to save a victim of hypothermia, and it’s do or die time for Hope Zion Hospital’s surgeons-in-training when Dr. Alex Reid (Erica Durance), Dr. Maggie Lin (Julia Taylor Ross), and Dr. Rian Larouche (Danso Gordon) finally face the future and their Surgical Boards. But for Alex, the biggest day in her career is also about to become the biggest day of her life.

“All the Pretty Horses” airs Wednesday, Feb. 18 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CTV

Production on SAVING HOPE’s fourth season is set to begin this summer in Toronto

Верните Джоэла в больницу в этот день сейчас же!!! :pozit::pozit::pozit::pozit::pozit::pozit:

@темы: Новости, Saving Hope/Не теряя надежды

20:15 

Saving Hope Promo for Fearless (3.17)

10:59 

‘Saving Hope’ Episode Stills, Description and Promo for “Fearless” (3.17)

Fearless (3.17)

Dr. Alex Reid (Erica Durance) is asked on a ‘consult’ by the ladies at Hope Zion Hospital, and starts her day off with a great surprise. Later, while on rounds, Alex confides in Dr. Dana Kinney (Wendy Crewson) that she hasn’t been too honest with the women in her life. After an emergency lifesaving manoeuvre on a very chatty mother of two, Alex begins to wonder if it’s time for her to make an important call. Meanwhile, Dr. Joel Goran (Daniel Gillies) has something he needs to ask Alex, but before he can find a private moment, a mini‐van with several Varsity hockey players comes rushing in – and it’s up to Joel, Dr. Shahir Hamza (Huse Madhavji), and a very high‐tech piece of equipment to save them. Dr. Sydney Katz’s fiancé comes into the hospital – but unbeknownst to Sydney and Dr. Maggie Lin (Julia Taylor Ross) – not for the reasons one might ever expect. Dr. Charlie Harris (Michael Shanks) is visited by the Spirit of a young man who dispels primal and philosophical advice – prompting Charlie to consider some big actions of his own.

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@темы: Saving Hope/Не теряя надежды, Новости

21:32 

Saving Hope’ Nominated For First-Ever “Golden Screen Awards”



The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television has announced the creation of two new television awards: the Golden Screen Award for the most watched Canadian Drama/Comedy Series and one for the country’s highest-rated Reality Series.

“Once again, the Academy is taking steps to increase the relevance of the Canadian Screen Awards to Canadian viewers with this important acknowledgement,” says Academy CEO Helga Stephenson.

“Fans across the country love these series, these stories and characters in a big way, and the Academy is proud to recognize them. Congratulations to all of the finalists.”

Among the nominees are CTV’s medical drama Saving Hope and Global’s Rookie Blue.

The nominees are:

Golden Screen Award for TV Drama/Comedy Finalists: The Listener; Motive; Murdoch Mysteries; Rookie Blue; Saving Hope.

Golden Screen Award for TV Reality Show Finalists: The Amazing Race Canada; Battle of the Blades; Big Brother Canada; Dragon’s Den; MasterChef Canada

The Golden Screen Award for TV Drama/Comedy and the Golden Screen Award for TV RealityShow are Academy Special Awards which will be presented alongside the Golden Screen Award for Feature Film during the LIVE broadcast of the Canadian Screen Awards on CBC, March 1, 8pm nationwide (8:30 NT).

@темы: Saving Hope/Не теряя надежды, Новости

18:12 

Saving Hope

Вот уже и конец сезона близится. Еще одна серия, еще одна хорошая серия. Но мне чертовски лень что-то писать. Может, обсуждать я могу, а писать - не буду)) Так что просто оставлю это


@темы: Saving Hope/Не теряя надежды, Новости

13:04 

'Saving Hope' Finds New U.S. Home

"Saving Hope"

ION Television is bringing Canadian hospital drama Saving Hope back home to American audiences.

Through the pact with studio Entertainment One Television (eOne), ION has the exclusive U.S. television network rights to the first two seasons of Saving Hope, as well as the 18-episode third season. Production began on the new season in Canada back in June.

The one-hour medical series, led by Erica Durance, had aired on NBC during summer 2012 in the U.S. before being pulled due to lackluster ratings.

Saving Hope is set at Hope Zion Hospital after its chief of surgery (Michael Shanks) falls into a coma, putting his fiancee and fellow surgeon in a state of shock. Daniel Gillies (The Originals),Huse Madhavji, Julia Taylor Ross and Kristopher Turner also star.

“We’re excited to begin this collaborative partnership with eOne to bring viewers another high-quality original series,” said Brandon Burgess, chairman and CEO of ION Media Networks. “ION has had success through its unique approach to original program production, and Saving Hope represents the next step in the company’s long-term strategy.”

"We're delighted that the full series including new episodes of Saving Hope will soon be available to American audiences through ION Television, one of the largest broadcast television station groups in the U.S.," said Stuart Baxter, president of eOne Television International. "We're looking forward to expanding on our already successful relationship with ION following their acquisition of our other series, Rookie Blue."

With the Saving Hope acquisition, ION's scripted library includes Blue Bloods, Rookie Blue, Criminal Minds, Cold Case, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Psych and Leverage. Its previous original programs included The Listener and Flashpoint.


@темы: Saving Hope/Не теряя надежды, Новости, Рейтинги

21:52 

‘Saving Hope’ Episode Description & Stills for “A Simple Plan” (3.16)

21:09 

A Simple Plan, Episode 16


Dr. Alex Reid (Erica Durance) finds herself under the thumb of her overprotective birth partner – leading her to wonder what kind of plans are truly worth making. When a patient comes in two days before he’s set to go to prison, Alex and Dr. Charlie Harris (Michael Shanks) must sift through his many secrets to find out the truth about what really happened to him to help save his life.

Dr. Maggie Lin (Julia Taylor Ross) and Dr. Zach Miller (Ben Ayres) treat a couple on their way to see the Northern Lights, when a surprise diagnoses changes their futures forever – leading Zach to open up to Maggie about his own family secrets.

Dr. Joel Goran (Daniel Gillies) enlists Dr. Shahir Hamza’s (Huse Madhavji) help to get a young bride ready to walk down the aisle. Charlie finds a spirit loitering the halls, and when he discovers why, he finds himself facing a very emotional flash from his past.

ETALK Anchor Ben Mulroney makes a guest appearance in this episode playing a barista at Hope Zion Hospital’s coffee kiosk.


@темы: Saving Hope/Не теряя надежды

10:42 

Remains of the Day, Episode 15

Remains of the Day, Episode 15

 

Dr. Alex Reid (Erica Durance), Dr. Maggie Lin (Julia Taylor Ross), and Dr. Rian Larouche (Danso Gordon) could use a little help studying for their surgical board exams – it seems a good teacher goes a long way. So when a high school English teacher comes in for treatment, Alex finds herself receiving a few life lessons
of her own.

Dr. Joel Goran’s (Daniel Gillies) consumed with a patient’s vanishing bones. A patient, who is very particular with her lists has Dr. Charlie Harris (Michael Shanks) working through a long list of medical reasons as to why she could be flatlining in the OR. Dr. Dawn Bell (Michelle Nolden) and Dr. Shahir Hamza (Huse Madhavji) have proof of their own – and Charlie has to come up with a defense that doesn’t rely on the help of a ghost.

The future of a teenage girl rests in Dawn’s hands – and a future she doesn’t know if she’s ready for – weighs heavy on her heart.

Writer: John Krizanc
Director: Eleanor Lindo
Guest Stars: Krystin Pellerin, Paul Braunstein, and Olivia Scriven

@темы: Saving Hope/Не теряя надежды, Новости

12:42 

Saving Hope 3.14 и прочее, что я смотрю и пролистываю

Saving Hope
Традиционное "все здорово"?)) Хитрая промка с хитрым синопсисом ввела в заблуждение. Хитрые какие)) Я думала, что премия предназначалась другому. Эх, хитрые с их промо фото) Оказывается, отец Горана тоже врач. Не помню, чтобы это упоминалось ранее. Вот он и получал премию. На мой взгляд, даже если он и заслужил премию по медицине(с чем я не согласна, исходя из серии), то вот во всем остальном этот человек полное...оно самое. В этой серии он это продемонстрировал по крайней мере трижды. Неудивительно, что Джоэл не любит говорить на эту тему. Пойти на прием после всего произошедшего с его стороны было просто некоей милостью. Получить отцовскую премию за то, что его убивает в данный момент? Да уж, "достижение". Причем, сделано это было явно манипулятивно, что тоже уважения не добавляет к отцу. Но Джоэл все равно его "сделал". Пусть он все-таки и пришел и получил премию, но денег папа за нее не получит - все на благотворительность)) Считаю, что тут Джоэл победил. И его взгляд на жизнь изменился тоже, он хочет пытаться. Придерживаюсь того, что сказала ранее: такой багаж, как поведение отца, Горану сейчас не нужен. За попытку решить вопрос с Алекс деньгами хочется прямо побить.. Причем, этот маневр настолько для него обыденность, что сын это просчитал мгновенно. Про отцовские медицинские "исследования" могу только мрачно промолчать. Алекс тут молодец, нейтралитет самое лучшее. Но и она поддалась манипуляциям хитрого папани Джоэла. Действительно горановское "God i hate him" подходит как надо. Причем, напоминание Алекс о том, что в это время отец Горана был там, на что был получен ответ "Ну и что? Он же спит", очень ярко обрисовывает ситуацию. Родственники иногда как крест.
Чарли все мотыжит. Эта его история была очень трагична. Предсказать такое развитие я не могла. Вышло продирающе. Новый психолог, наш доктор Ди, показал себя на отлично. Это вам не сожалеющий Гэвин)) Мэгги...я знала! Я так и подумала, когда рыжая только появилась)

Оригиналы... так и не включила до вчера. Тягомотина и мразота. Количество ляпов на квадратный метр просто зашкалило в этой серии.
Вопрос на лимон - если вы создали заклинание, которое на 60 секунд сняло все барьеры в комнате, и когда все убегали, один не успел, то ЧТО мешает сделать это еще раз?! Драма?! Чувство семьи просто одуряет по поступкам братьев.
Если в одном огромном здании запереть вампиров с оборотнями, то что мешает разойтись по разным углам? Да вампов можно вообще в клаусовских подвалах запереть, если надо. Они же там рассчитаны такими, чтобы выдержать Первородного. Чего лепить ахинею?
Где вы найдете мужика, которому можно сказать " Привет, я тут после помолвки пару деньков тебе рога наставляла без перерыва, ничего?", чтобы он ответил "Ничего, ок"?! Он вообще понимает, что ему с ней жить потом?! Сальваторе намбер черт знает какой?
Психушка просто вынесла. Если никто не может оттуда выйти и войти, как там вообще живут?! Что едят, во что одеваются? Врите да не завирайтесь.
Если в психушке одни ведьмы все время, то почему только "гениальная" Ребекка на 200 лет существования бедлама додумалась поколдовать?! Обалдели что ли?
Вы действительно верите, что санитары не могут проверить, проглотил ли псих таблетки? Ну, ага. Ребекка первая, кто до этого додумался за 200 лет? Ну, ага еще раз.
Местный призрак, одетый как современная девочка-гот, должен нам казаться тысячелетним существом?! Ну, ага. Если потом еще скажут, что гробик ни разу не открывали, то возникнет вопрос о телепортации одежды))
Если Винсент-фанатик так просто почти приканчивает мамоньку за то, что она стала вампиром, не слушая оправданий и объяснений, то с какой кота он вдруг сотрудничает с другим вампиром Майклом?! Провалы в памяти?
Отдать ребенка Камил просто за гранью. Кому как не той, что в центре внимания всех его врагов, доверить самый ценный секрет? Конечно, ей. А чтобы было позажористее в плане дебилизма, надо рядом посадить абсолютно невменяемого и убивающего просто случайно - зато массово - братишку-шизика. Резалт будет таким "непредсказуемым", да? Он же теперь у нас "тааакой непостоянный"))
И у кого-то еще возникает вопрос, почему в отношении этого проекта Гиллис прячется и не комментирует?! Сириосли? Господи, убей Элайджу....

Банши просто вштыривает с каждой серий. Интересный новый опенинг. Здорово снят жизненный путь таблетки экстэзи)) Сам сериал не скатился ни капли. И все по-взрослому. Если мужик, то мужик без всяких экивоков; если женщина шлюха, то она шлюха и не прикрывается моралью "блага, чувств и прочей хрени", чтобы спать с каждым, как это делают некоторые в Ориджиналсах; если спят с ближайшими родственниками, то все равно оценивают последствия (это к тем же относится); если власть, то война мозгами, а не хотелками; если война, то стратегия и жестокость, а не соплежуйство из разряда "эту я не трону потому, что уже трахал, эту не трону потому, что хочу трахнуть, а эту просто потому, что кишка тонка". Черт возьми, идея та же что в Оригиналах - борьба за власть в городе и жизненное пространство. Но почему тогда у Первородных все настолько фигово и глупо, что маленький городок Банши с его разборками в сто раз круче и ярче?!

Гримм был пролистан. Чертовски скучное зрелище. Ни роялов, ничего.. А куклусвезены мне все равно жутко напоминают Пожирателей Смерти с их манией чистой крови))

Константин. О нем писала.

Восприятие. Так на первом сезоне пока и зависла

@темы: Grimm/Гримм, Saving Hope/Не теряя надежды, The Originals/Древнейшие/Первородные, Константин, Новости

19:02 

Завтра!

10:05 

Saving Hope

Trading Places, Episode 14

By CTV

Dr. Alex Reid (Erica Durance) and Dr. Maggie Lin (Julia Taylor Ross) find themselves in over their head while trying to save an unborn child with a complicated condition. With the Jewish‐Orthodox Dr. Sydney Katz (Stacey Farber) sidelined at the request of the lesbian parents, there’s only so much they can do without Hope Zion Hospital’s leading OB/GYN.

Dr. Joel Goran (Daniel Gillies) struggles to find common ground with his father when he arrives in town to receive an award, and gets some help from Alex while writing a speech for the ceremony. When the senior Goran’s health begins to falter, Joel realizes that his father’s research might be closer to home than he had imagined.

Dr. Charlie Harris (Michael Shanks) gets a weird feeling when his patient’s 20‐year‐old grandson begins to act out and enlists Dr. James Dey (Mac Fyfe) to help determine a root cause. While helping a young Spirit come to terms with what happened to him – Charlie helps shed some light on the lives of a few patients at the hospital.

Writer: Waneta Storms
Director: Gregory Smith
Guest Stars: Nigel Bennett, Janet-Laine Green, Rohan Mead, Samuel Faraci

@темы: Saving Hope/Не теряя надежды, Новости

22:14 

Новое промо-фото с Дэниелом Гиллисом к сериалу "В Надежде на Спасение"

Where everything seems possible and nothing is what it seems.

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