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  The Doctor is in (this)
  STUDIOCANAL is pleased to announce that the hit BBC One four-part miniseries TRUST ME - a hospital drama with an A&E consultant desperately trying to hide the fact that she's not a real doctor, complete with a thrilling twist, life or death moments, gory injuries and staff romances - will be available on DVD from 18 September 2017.

From the prolific screenwriter Dan Sefton (The Good Karma Hospital) and starring Jodie Whittaker (Broadchurch, Doctor Who), TRUST ME is a character-led psychological thriller that drew in an average of 4.3 million viewers when it first aired; the miniseries is available to pre-order now on DVD at the link above.

When hard-working, idealistic nurse Cath Hardacre (Whittaker) sees her hospital's standards slipping, she raises her concerns with the hospital trust. However, Cath is stunned when she loses her job for whistleblowing. She steals her best friend's identity as a doctor and begins a new life in Edinburgh; now with her dream job and the perfect man, Cath buries herself in her imposter persona. Yet she finds herself going to increasingly desperate measures to cover up her lies.
  Graeme Clark [4 Sep 2017 at 22:08]
     

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