Freelance surgeon Daimon Michiko gets embroiled in an escalating struggle for supremacy between the factions of Totei University Hospital and Saikyo University Hospital which represent Japan’s east and west at the National Medical Care Centre, the most technologically advanced hospital in the country. Add Synopsis In Spanish
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First of all, I absolutely loved the integration of season 1 and season 2 characters. I especially loved how Kaji made it back to the main hospital (ttly shipped him and Daimon in season 1), and I love the continuing joke of Daimon not remembering Hara (also from season 1). I LOVED THE ADDITION OF THE NURSES! Thts one of the things the first 2 seasons were missing. I'm so glad Doctor X 3 emphasized on their importance and role in the hospital. I loved tht the main guy in charge this season, President Tendo, understood Daimon and actually appreciated her skill as a doctor. There was much less of people trying to block Daimon from performing surgeries. And the other doctors seemed to be learning to appreciate Daimon's skills, and instead of fighting against her, trying to learn from her. I love tht we learn what Akira is doing with all tht money he seems to be taking from Daimon. And this season's surgeries and patients are even more cool.
Although the storyline is almost the same, I think it's more enjoyable. The only thing I thought this drama could've done without was the last minute. It was weird and just ttly unnecessary. Anyways, I really hope tht there will be a fourth season.
As I've stated about the previous two seasons, this one is also ttly marathon-worthy. It's just a really good watch and an enjoyable drama.
The show does get a bit repetitive in its stories and how each episode unfolds, yet remarkably it's still highly enjoyable regardless. You come to love Daimon Michiko and Akira-San and the rest of each seasons cast so much no matter how predictable certain aspects are - it stays enjoyable. I think it was relatively even keel from the start of Season 1 to episode 10 of season 3, but what caused me to bump my 'number rating' from season 1&amp;2 was one reason. Season 3's finale. It was simply great. In everyway things for once felt 'on the line' even if you knew things would work out. The drama and emotions from every preceding episode seemed to culminate with season 3's final episode. I don't know about anyone else, but I certainly felt it. It was really a great finale. It marked the show with a hiatus too, but fortunately a season 4 is on the way!
Doctor X never fails;)