Miami Medical (formerly titled Miami Trauma) is an American medical drama television series that aired on CBS from April 2 to July 2, 2010. It follows the professional and private lives of a team of trauma surgeons.
|Created by||Jeffrey Lieber|
|Opening theme||"19th Nervous Breakdown" by The Rolling Stones|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Running time||45 minutes|
|Distributor||Warner Bros. Television Distribution|
|Original release||April 2 –|
July 2, 2010
On May 18, 2010, CBS cancelled the series after one season.
Cast and charactersEdit
Matthew Procter, MD, FACS (Jeremy Northam)
- Matthew moved to Miami following a successful stint as a GI doctor in Maryland. His transfer was prompted by an accident that caused him to reconsider his life. He was unexpectedly appointed to the position of Chief of Trauma Team Alpha over veteran surgeon Eva Zambrano. He is an Attending Trauma Physician.
Eva Zambrano, MD, FACS (Lana Parrilla)
- Eva is an Attending Trauma Physician and the Deputy Chief of Trauma Team Alpha. Her father was a trauma surgeon in Cuba, but when they defected on a raft when Zambrano was six, his ego would not allow him to begin his career again as a resident. Despite being next-in-line to run Alpha Team, she is unexpectedly pitted-to-the-post by Procter.
Chris Deleo, MD, FACS (Mike Vogel)
- Chris, known as "C" to his colleagues, is three-years Eva's junior, though still felt he was a viable candidate for the vacant Chief position. During season one, he had been a member of Alpha for two-and-a-half years. He is Chief Resident.
Serena Warren, MD (Elisabeth Harnois)
- Serena is a resident assigned to the trauma surgery service, and as such is far more idealistic than her older colleagues. Warren often exhibits an inability to deliver bad news to patients. She is incredibly claustrophobic.
Tuck Brody, RN (Omar Gooding)
- Tuck is a Nurse assigned to Trauma. He is often seen giving emotional and moral support to patients, families, and doctors. During season one, Tuck is stabbed, though he later makes a full recovery.
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||"Pilot"||Kenneth Fink||Jeffrey Lieber||April 2, 2010||S90431|
|The team is aided by a new surgeon; a restaurant explosion sends many victims to the hospital.|
|2||"88 Seconds"||Paul McCrane||Steven Maeda||April 9, 2010||2J5201|
|A member of the team learns a secret about Dr. Proctor while treating victims of a hotel shooting; Dr. Deleo receives a prestigious offer.|
|3||"What Lies Beneath"||John Behring||Liz Kruger & Craig Shapiro||April 16, 2010||2J5203|
|Members of a wedding party are rushed to the hospital; Zambrano and Deleo's flirtation draws attention from the hospital staff.|
|4||"All Fall Down"||Danny Cannon||Elle Triedman||April 23, 2010||2J5205|
|A woman injured in a balcony collapse refuses treatment; a patient arrives at the hospital with a large sum of money.|
|5||"Golden Hour"||Matt Earl Beesley||Story by : Jeffrey Lieber & Scott Shapiro|
Teleplay by : Jeffrey Lieber
|April 30, 2010||2J5212|
|Dr. Proctor must give a speech illustrating how vital his team is in the minutes after a major accident.|
|6||"Calle Cubana"||Nathan Hope||Pamela Davis||May 7, 2010||2J5206|
|When a city celebration turns violent, the Alpha Team faces an increased workload; Dr. Zambrano takes a special interest in a teenager left for dead outside the hospital.|
|7||"Man on the Road"||Eagle Egilsson||Jeffrey Lieber||May 14, 2010||2J5207|
|As the doctors wait for news of their friend's condition, they treat victims of a motorcycle accident and a small plane crash.|
|8||"An Arm and a Leg"||Paris Barclay||Christina M. Kim & Scott Williams||May 21, 2010||S37493|
|A young golf prodigy and three friends are attacked by an alligator.|
|9||"Like a Hurricane"||Karen Gaviola||Scott Williams||June 4, 2010||SJTY12|
|The Alpha team must treat people injured in a car accident caused by a drunken driver trying to escape an oncoming hurricane; Zambrano's father visits the hospital.|
|10||"Diver Down"||Paul McCrane||Christina M. Kim||June 11, 2010||S81MLA|
|The team helps adventurers who were injured while exploring underwater wreckage; Zambrano and Deleo grow curious about the new woman in Proctor's life.|
|11||"Time of Death"||Chris Leitch||Liz Kruger & Craig Shapiro||June 18, 2010||SYOS113|
|Victims of a boating accident cause chaos at the hospital; Dr. Zambrano winds up in a tight spot.|
|12||"Down to the Bone"||Frederick E. O. Toye||Pamela Davis & Elle Triedman||June 25, 2010||S382933|
|A giant sinkhole traps a construction worker underground; Dr. Warren's second encounter with Dr. Kaye has an unexpected result.|
|13||"Medicine Man"||Alex Zakrzewski||Steven Maeda||July 2, 2010||S839210|
|Proctor and Zambrano question how far they will go for their patients in the aftermath of the accidents; Dr C. wonders if his brother's reappearance comes with strings attached.|
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|1||"Pilot"||April 2, 2010||4.8||9||1.6/5||7.59||1||1|
|2||"88 Seconds"||April 9, 2010||4.8||9||1.4/5||7.11||1||5|
|3||"What Lies Beneath"||April 16, 2010||4.6||8||1.2/4||6.86||2||3|
|4||"All Fall Down"||April 23, 2010||4.1||7||1.0/3||6.08||2||10|
|5||"Golden Hour"||April 30, 2010|
|6||"Calle Cubana"||May 7, 2010||6.27||1||3|
|7||"Man on the Road"||May 14, 2010||5.93||3||6|
|8||"An Arm and a Leg"||May 21, 2010||1.2/4||6.55|
|9||"Like a Hurricane"||June 4, 2010||1.3/4||6.11|
|10||"Diver Down"||June 11, 2010||1.4/5||7.02||1||2|
|11||"Time of Death"||June 18, 2010||1.1/2||5.90|
|12||"Down to the Bone"||June 25, 2010||1.1/4||5.98|
|13||"Medicine Man"||July 2, 2010||0.9/3||5.84|
This article needs to be updated.(July 2020)
In Germany, the show is set to premiere on sixx on July 22, 2011. In Poland, show will be broadcast on TV Puls from September 7, 2011. In the Czech Republic, TV Nova will broadcast the show Monday - Friday afternoon from November 13, 2011. In Spain, the show was broadcast on TV3 on July 27, 2012. In Finland, show will be broadcast on MTV3 and AVA in the spring 2013. In Belgium, the show is set to premiere on VIJF on June 4, 2013.
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