It was a heavy, emotional and highly intense finale for Remedy Season 2, what an amazing two hours! So many decisions, so many changes. Let’s dig into those amazing episodes.
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Remedy is a unique, high-stakes medical drama that goes beyond the operating room and the ER to offer a
fresh ”upstairs/downstairs” perspective on the people who make the healing
Season 2 kicks off nine months later with each member of the Conner family pulled out of their comfort zones and Bethune Hospital in the midst of a colossal shake up. Griffin Conner (Dillon Casey) seems to finally be getting his life on track with plans to return to medical school and a serious girlfriend, but his dark and troubled past continues to haunt him. Meanwhile, Allen (Enrico Colantoni) must re-adjust following his demotion from Chief-of-Staff, while his daughters - surgeon Mel (Sara Canning) and new mom Sandy (Sarah Allen) - search to find balance between co-parenting baby Maya, work and play. New to this season is heartthrob ER resident Dr. Peter Cutler (Niall Matter) who shamelessly ruffles feathers and turns heads throughout the halls of Beth-H.
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Meet Remedy’s newest doctor: Jake Reuben
Remedy fans were recently introduced to a new character, Dr. Jake Reuben, played by Canadian actor Jake Epstein (Degrassi TNG, Charlie Barlett). Dr. Reuben is an arrogant control freak, but charmingly awkward says Epstein – find out more about your new doc below…
Remedy recap: Looking for Satellites
Complicated relationships only seemed to get more complicated this week as Griffin spiraled further down, dragging others with him.
Remedy recap: Everything in Moderation
Construction workers with hernia’s and detached hands, Griffin lied and lied, Mel contemplated her future, Sandy worried about Griff, and a patient refused to eat, Allen treated a woman who didn’t want help – just another crazy day at Beth-H!