Daniel Gillies plays a key role on Saving Hope. He's Dr. Joel Goran.
Rating: 5.0 / 5.0
Can Charlie make contact with Alex when one of her patients ends up in a coma on Saving Hope. "Consenting Adults" is the seventh episode of the show's first season.
Rating: 5.0 / 5.0
Saving Hope premieres on NBC in the summer of 2012. This is a look at three of its cast members.
Rating: 5.0 / 5.0
Alex & Dawn argue over which has the legal right to made decisions about Charlie's care on Saving Hope. "Heartsick" is the eighth episode of the show's first season.
Rating: 3.0 / 5.0
A sleep deprived Alex has a tough night covering the E.R. Saving Hope. "The Fight" is the fourth episode of the show's first season.
Rating: Unrated
Alex tries to prove herself by performing a difficult surgery on Saving Hope. "Out of Sight" is the fifth episode of the show's first season.
Rating: Unrated
A hypnotist tries to psychically connect Charlie and Alex on Saving Hope. "The Great Randall" is the sixth episode of the show's first season.
Rating: Unrated
Joel is told he's unable to perform surgery after he breaks his hand on Saving Hope. "Bea, Again" is the ninth episode of the show's first season.
Rating: Unrated
Kinney and Joel take a road trip but patients seem to follow them on Saving Hope. "A New Beginning" is the tenth episode of the show's first season.
Rating: Unrated
Does Alex realize too late that her patient may be highly contagious on Saving Hope? "The Law of Contagion" is the 11th episode of the show's first season.
Rating: Unrated
Saving Hope features Michael Shanks as Dr. Charlie Harris and Erica Durance as Dr. Alex Reid. This is a photo from the pilot.
Rating: Unrated
Alex attempts to save a boy with strange symptoms on Saving Hope. "Conduct" is the second episode of the show's first season.
Rating: Unrated

Saving Hope Quotes

There's a difference between pain and suffering. Pain is in the body. Suffering is in the mind and it feels infinite. So maybe the key is to feel your pain and learn from it. And someday your suffering might disappear.

Charlie

Joel: It's gonna be weird, isn't it? I mean you and me. You didn't invite me to the wedding so presumably you're still in love with me.
Alex: Right. I totally forgot. I like to remember the poems you wrote me, the breakfast in bed, the nurses you were banging.
Joel: Okay, we can stop right there.