The Resident (6 Seasons) A

The Sh'Pill:

Not your run-of-the-mill medical show- this one has a bit more bite to it. If you’re looking for a bit of medicine, drama, love and rebellious characters with a cause, Dr. Conrad and Nurse Nicki and the team know exactly who they are and exactly what they’re fighting for: The Patients- even if it means coloring out of the lines, and putting up a fight against hospital politics, which they seem to do… a lot.

The Pharma 5 Watch Guide!

Breakout Season:

Prescribed For:

Warning/Effects:

Cast & Chemistry:

Addiction Level:

Fill Your PRESCRIPTIONS Here!

Original Network:

Places To Watch:

Episode Count:

The LONG PILL:

Hard Pill to Swallow

Moments...

CASTING CALL:

Get a Daily Dose!

MIXED INGREDIENTS:

ALL DONE? WHAT FUN!

Exam Results:

A

Heart Effects:

Recommended Follow-up:

Meet Your Dramacist!

Umm... Why Don't We Know You?

We like to keep in touch with all of our K-Drama Friends, Fans, Addicts & Pros!

Referrals Help Keep Us Afloat

(So Please SHARE Us With All Of Your Friends!)

HAVE YOU HAD A "CLASSICS" CHECK-UP YET?

Classics

Game of Thrones (8 Seasons) Classic A+

Short Pill:
Strategic, ruthless, and sometimes just rude! Like a Chess Game game come to life, when this ‘Song of Fire and Ice’ is sung, who will win this musical chairs of War, to grab the highly coveted seat to the throne that can possibly rule the seven kingdoms? All’s fair in the Game of Thrones!

Read More »
Classics

Breaking Bad (5 Episodes) Classic A+

Short Pill:
When an accidental partnership between a chemistry teacher and a former student develops into something dangerous, yet profitable, they learn that sometimes it’s the grade you receive outside of the classroom that’s most important. And together, this duo gets an A+.

Read More »
Classics

Blacklist (8 Seasons) Classic A

Short Pill:
Giving credence to the old adage, “Takes one, to know one”, this high profile criminal definitely knows his share of the undesirables. He’s making a list, and checking it thrice. But is it better to be on the right side of the law? Or on the right side of Raymond Reddington?

Read More »