House (8 Seasons) A

The Sh'Pill:

A brilliant yet unconventional, and often sarcastic, genius of doctor, leads a team of physicians to solve various rare illnesses and medical mysteries, while using controversial methods and a common sense that only he seems to have. The show’s blend of medical drama and detective-style storytelling, with the genius yet problematic male lead, House, and his team diagnosing rare and challenging illnesses, make this show one of the most memorable medical dramas. In addition, its sharp writing and clever dialogue are the one liners that great memes are made of. You will love the House’s ability to treat even the most impossible medical cases while dealing with his own demons and relationship chaos within his team.

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Breakout Season:

The first three seasons featured extensive character development and other personal issues between the doctors. But if you are more interested in more complicated medical cases, you should focus on the episodes of seasons 6 to 8.

Prescribed For:

If you like dark humor, then this drama is the best for you. Sophisticated drama watchers who enjoy well-written and smartly acted, character-focused dramas, will also enjoy and appreciate the intense medical cases and unorthodox treatments that you don’t see in most hospital dramas.

Warning/Effects:

The sarcasm of the lead character may offend sensitive viewers. So if you do not want to hear insults or if you are uncomfortable with numerous curse words, this show may not be a good fit for you. The graphic medical procedures and scenes showing intense illness symptoms may make you feel uncomfortable. If you get queasy easily, then you will fast-forward many scenes.

Cast & Chemistry:

The witty and often sarcastic interactions between characters made this drama more entertaining to watch. The cast members’ amazing chemistry is very obvious in their banter.

Addiction Level:

3.5 Pills! Highly Addictive Personality! I warn you- don’t fall in love with House’s morbidly intelligent, yet infectious personality. It’s so easy to do- and so addictive!

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Original Network:

Fox

Places To Watch:

Amazon Prime/Peacock

Episode Count:

22

The LONG PILL:

The show’s blend of medical drama and detective-style storytelling, with the genius yet problematic ML and his team diagnosing rare and challenging illnesses, made this show one of the most memorable medical dramas. In addition, its sharp writing and clever dialogue have been noted as strengths. You will love the ML’s ability to treat even the most impossible medical cases while dealing with his own demons and the relationship chaos within his team.
Hard Pill to Swallow
The sarcasm of the lead character may offend sensitive viewers. So if you do not want to hear insults or if you are uncomfortable with numerous curse words, this show may not be a good fit for you.

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Exam Results:

A+

You will applaud the actors’ portrayal in this drama, particularly the ML’s depiction of his struggles with addiction, chronic pain, and a general disdain for social norms and conventions. In addition, seeing unconventional ways to treat patients may keep you in awe while watching the show.

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