← Q: Is Jada Pinkett Smith’s series HawthoRNe, returning to TV?
Program Title: HawthoRNe
Description/ I.D.: Jada Pinkett Smith
Credit: James White / TNT
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I have to say, I’ve only seen a few episodes of this show from the first seaosn, but there’s a reason for that. Even though I was only a first year nursing student, I could pick up every medical error and unrealistic scenario (there was one nurse covering the OR, ED, and NICU, all in one episode). I’ve watched other medical shows and while there are some errors, nothing compared to this. I was excited to see some nurses on TV, but didn’t think it was a decent portrayal of the career I had chosen.
As an EMS veteran for 20+ years on both the ALS & BLS leelvs as well as being a nurse for 12+ years, I can say with confidence that Trauma’s absence is a welcome mercy killing. The show was detestable excrement. If we developed a drinking game every time someone on that show did something grossly wrong in protocol, scene or personal safety, or just plain crap that doesn’t occur in real life, everyone would be in the hospital with major alcohol poisoning. I can’t say much for Hawthorne, Mercy, or Miami Medical, since the shows either never caught my interest or never heard of them (the latter two).
She looks more beautiful
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