Thursday, 16 September 2010


While French viewers are still waiting for Doctor's Diary (2008), German channel RTL's multi-awarded hit series is aired in French on Quebecer channel Séries+ since the end of August.

Often described as a mix between Grey's Anatomy and Bridget Jones, the show is about the sentimental and professional tribulations of a young doctor, Margarethe "Gretchen" Haase (Diana Amft). Adolf Grimme Award winner Bora Dagtekin (Türkisch für Anfänger/Turkish for Beginners) is responsible for the concept and headwriting.

Announced by France's leader channel TF1 last year for its 2009-2010 lineup, Doctor's Diary - Männer sind die beste Medizin is now set for 2010-2011. Doctor's Diary - aka Le Journal de Meg in French-speaking territories - is produced for RTL by Polyphon and Austrian ORF. The show is distributed by Telepool and brilliantly dubbed in French by Belgian dubbing company Agent Double (Alarm für Cobra 11, Being Erica).

No comments: