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FX to premiere ‘House ‘M.D.’ on 13 January
MUMBAI: FX, India’s edgy English entertainment channel, will premiere ‘House M.D.’ on 13 January.
The show will air on FX and FX HD starting with the very first season down to its final season every day from Monday to Friday at 10 pm.
‘House M.D.’ is a highly acclaimed American medical drama television series. Doctor Gregory House is played by famous British actor, writer, director, musician, singer, comedian and author, Hugh Laurie.
Prior to House, Hugh Laurie had made his mark as an actor and comedian with ‘Fry & Laurie’, ‘Jeeves and Wooster’ and few big screen appearances including ‘Stuart Little’. But it was through House that he skyrocketed to fame.
Doctor House is the one and only character on global television who everyone across the world loves to hate. This is because he is brilliant – a pure genius and extremely charming in his own fundamentally arrogant and cranky way. He is not just any ordinary doctor fighting off patients’ illnesses. He takes up medical cases that only prove to be the rarest and most interesting to him. Gregory House is considered to be one of the most well written characters of a television series and ‘House M.D.’ went on to become the most watched television series globally in 2008.
The show won numerous renowned awards including five Primetime Emmy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, a Peabody Award, and nine People’s Choice Awards.
The series trails Doctor House as he leads an elite medical team to solve bizarre illnesses and save lives despite his own constant physical pain. In the series’ first episode of the very first season, Doctor Gregory House and his choicest team of young medical experts rush to save the life of a kindergarten teacher who starts speaking gibberish and passes out in front of her class. What initially looks like a possible case of brain tumour, the patient does not respond to treatment leaving House and his team to engage in a risky trail-and-error approach to her case.
Will House be able to find out what is wrong and in time?