TNT has canceled “Monday Mornings,” the drama series based on CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta‘s book of the same name. Gupta, along with David E. Kelley, served as an EP on the program. Fox Business anchor Cheryl Casone talks to Better HomesShow More Summary
Another one bites the dust. TNT has canceled its freshman medical drama, Monday Mornings. The David E. Kelly/Sanjay Gupta was based on Gupta’s novel of the same name, which was released in March 2012 and became a New York Times bestseller. The series premiered on February 4, 2013, after Dallas. Monday Mornings joins Southland, which was canceled after five seasons, [...]Show More Summary
The medical drama from David E. Kelly and Dr. Sanjay Gupta fizzled out of the gate and never found an audience.
TNT has officially cancelled David E. Kelley/Sanjay Gupta’s Monday Mornings after one season. There was not much hope for the medical drama, which opened with underwhelming 1.34 million viewers and ended its freshman run at the same level, with the finale drawing 1.37 million. Show More Summary
The medical news service MedPage Today has a reputation for getting facts about American health care right, but its newest contributor, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, does not. Readers may recall that Gupta, CNN’s chief medical correspondent, crossed swords with documentary filmmaker Michael Moore on the network in summer 2007. Show More Summary
Recently, I was alerted to an episode of Monday Mornings, a new medical drama on the TNT television channel inspired by a novel from TV physician/reporter, Sanjay Gupta, who serves as executive producer of the series. Although it appears (from...
EverydayHealth.com will announce on Thursday that Dr. Sanjay Gupta, the chief medical correspondent for CNN and a contributor to "60 Minutes," will join the site.
As part of a new series on the work styles of creative and business players, Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses how he works across platforms, his strategies for creative blocks, and why pressure is good. For all the creatives out there with an unfinished novel lying in a drawer, Dr. Show More Summary
Monday Mornings – Episode 3 – Video Preview – Who’s Sorry Now? via Rickey.org Here's the video preview of Monday Mornings Episode 3: "Who's Sorry Now?" on TNT. New doctor drama from CNN's Sanjay Gupta! The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
"When you do a new activity, it's kind of a form of rest for your brain," says Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
Monday Mornings – Episode 2 – Video Preview – Deus ex Machina via Rickey.org Here's the video preview of Monday Mornings Episode 2: "Deus ex Machina" on TNT. This is the new series from David E. Kelly and Sanjay Gupta (of CNN). Not do dead! The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
"Monday Mornings," the latest series from David E. Kelley, is another generic medical drama despite stars Jamie Bamber, Ving Rhames and Alfred Molina.
Monday Mornings is the new medical drama premiering tonight on TNT from Executive Producers David E. Kelley (Ally McBeal, Chicago Hope) and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, whose book the show is based upon. Unlike other medical dramas, this show revolves around morbidity and mortality meetings where doctors confront what went wrong to cause patient to die. Show More Summary
Dr. Sanjay Gupta hits up TI’s garden with his children. cnn
"There have been plenty of wonderful medical shows over the years, but we've never quite seen this side of the profession," says "Monday Mornings" star Alfred Molina. "I worried at first that the Room 311 idea might lose its novelty value, but I think it's become an integral part of the hour."
What’s On TV Tonight? – 2/4/2013 via Rickey.org Monday Morning, TNT's much-hyped David E. Kelley drama, from the novel by Dr. Sanjay Gupta, leads off a stacked Monday that features the return of Robin Sparkles on How I Met Your Mother,...Show More Summary
CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta sits on the board of directors of Livestrong, the non-profit founded by disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong. He is also a close friend of Armstrong’s, having appeared along the cyclist at a slew of events, and having...Show More Summary
Dr. Sanjay Gupta joined Wolf Blitzer on CNN's The Situation Room Tuesday to discuss a new and surprising provision in the Affordable Care Act pushed by the strangest of bedfellows: the National Rifle Association. The new provision is only five lines and would ban physicians from being able to document their patients responses to questions about guns.
It came from Ving Rhames on the final question from the panel for his new series, TNT’s medical drama from David E. Kelley and Sanjay Gupta Monday Mornings, in which he plays a trauma surgeon. The question, addressed to him and neurosurgeon/CNN...Show More Summary
We're so worried about Hillary Clinton! We still no very little about her condition, including the location of the potentially lethal blood clot! But there does seem to be some good news! Medical expert Dr. Sanjay Gupta says the former First Lady's medical treatment — anti-coagulants — is a good sign that the clot is not [...]