I may be crazy jumping into another series . . . but it was recommended and I wanted to follow through and see if it is something I may enjoy watching.
To be honest with you, I was surprised by how much I did enjoy Private Practice. I’m not into hospital dramas. I’m not into medicine and all that hospital stuff. But there was so much more that I enjoyed. And the medical stuff did not seem to get in the way. Seriously, this series addressed many issues. Some of the characters had strong opinions on some issues, but they didn’t seem preachy to me. There are always at least two points of view. I find it good and healthy to look at them. I, too, have my opinions. It’s interesting to see where I would fall into their discussion . . . and whether it changed my mind or if I found it more confusing or dependent upon the underlying conditions.
I was amazed by the number of issues expressed in this series. They were nonjudgmental — some characters may have been very definite in their views, but they were there to provide medical care to their patients and their concern was for their patients to feel comfortable with whatever decisions needed to be made.