Monday Mornings is an American television series starring Ving Rhames, Jamie Bamber, Jennifer Finnigan and Alfred Molina in the lead roles. It was produced from 2012 TNT Original Productions and David E. Kelley Productions for TNT. The series is based on the book of the neurosurgeon and journalist Sanjay Gupta and was adapted by David E. Kelley. The first broadcast in the United States took place on February 4, 2013 at the cable channel TNT. In Germany, the series launched only three days later, on February 7, 2013, the pay-TV broadcaster TNT series. On May 10, 2013 TNT announced that the series was canceled after only one season.
The series follows the work and private lives of the doctors of the fictional Chelsea General Hospital in Portland, Oregon. Here is the eponymous Monday Morbidity and Mortality Conference in the center of the action in which replace the doctors about these real in the OPs of the last weeks complications.
Instrumentation and synchronization
The German synchronization arises under the dialogue directed by Roland Frey by the synchronous Company Berliner Synchron in Berlin- Lankwitz.
" A lot of what other hospital series lends flair - melancholic and dramatic background music, long, silent glances at the patient and hectic excitement in the hallways - leaves out the series Monday Mornings. It builds its atmosphere on the gloom and sorrow of the characters vividly and yet quietly shown. Despite this extensive focus on the professional lives of most physicians develop timidly already in the pilot episode to multidimensional characters with which it is worthwhile to suffer with and trembling. "