A Canadian medical drama may end up on NBC’s summer schedule, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The series, “Saving Hope,” is set in Toronto and tracks a chief of surgery who has a sudden illness, leaving his wife, also a doctor, in shock, the story says.
If NBC buys the drama, it would join a generally reality-filled summer schedule, the article points out. NBC has focused on unscripted programs such as "America’s Got Talent" during the summer months.
"Saving Hope" would be one of a number of imports coming to U.S. television, including CBS’s "Flashpoint" and ABC’s "Rookie Blue," the piece notes.