10 March 2010 | jeff-nedza
This is an excellent series, well produced and very well written with a cast that clearly has great chemistry. The story leaps between the main characters present day lives as doctors, their med-school past and occasionally into day-dream like sequences best described as their "inner thoughts" or "desires". If that sounds confusing it really isn't, it's done particularly well and adds an entirely new level to the overall story. While all the individual performances are great, Shawn Ashmore is particularly outstanding as Fitz, whose quick wit and clever dialogue is exceptionally well written. This series has a unique look and feel that seems far more honest than other medical genre TV series. Fans of Nurse Jackie would probably really enjoy Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures' honesty and story style. My only request for season 2 (should one be produced), bring back Stephen McHattie for more episodes!