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Details on A Gifted Man Upcoming Episodes 1.10 and 1.11

By on January 3, 2012
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Two of what will most likely be the final seven episodes of the CBS supernatural medical drama A Gifted Man will be aired at 8 PM ET/PT on Friday January 6 and Friday January 13.

In episode 1.10, In Case of a Bolt From the Blue, Michael (Patrick Wilson) has a need for emergency surgery when he exhibits serious symptoms while working at the clinic during a blizzard. And the following week, In Case of (Re)birth finds Michael and E-Mo (Eriq LaSalle) disagreeing about how to treat a patient with a brain tumor, while a teenaged girl gives birth and abandons her baby at the clinic. Rachelle LeFevre and Jennifer Ehle also star.

4 Comments

  1. Wendy F

    January 3, 2012 at 7:19 pm

    Thanks for the updates! I’d like to lodge a complaint about your “What may prove to be the final two episodes…” comment. There will be 7 more episodes, with filming resuming tomorrow (1/4). Please don’t write the show’s obit before it’s dead. Thanks.

  2. Nosgoth1979

    January 4, 2012 at 2:21 pm

    Wait, what do you mean “the final two episodes”? Don’t tell me A Gifted Man was cancelled, I haven’t heard anything about that yet, but it would be unfortunate. I’ve actually really enjoyed the few episodes I’ve seen so far. Not that I could watch it as it airs—the timeslot is terrible for me—but I’ve been catching up with it on the streaming site set up by my employer, DISH, called dishonline(dot)com. It’s actually how I found A Gifted Man, I was just kind of browsing the huge selection of shows on there, and stumbled on it. I’m going to start recommending this show to people, it’s good and I don’t want to see it get cancelled. If you’re not caught up on it, look it up on dishonline, a lot of the programming is even available to non-subscribers so it’s worth checking out the rest of the content while you’re there.

  3. TJ Burnside Clapp

    January 4, 2012 at 2:47 pm

    Sorry, you’re right – the complete episode count is 16, which leaves 5 more (which so far have no air date announced) after the two mentioned here. It’s almost certain to be canceled at that point, however, as the ratings have been dismal. Which is too bad – it had a lot of potential.

    • Nosgoth1979

      January 4, 2012 at 4:20 pm

      Well, if it is getting cancelled, and they know it, and they’re still filming, hopefully they can make some last minute script changes and ‘finish’ the storyling arc. I hate it when good shows just kind of disappear without any kind of closure.