CTV has released stills from this week’s episode of “Saving Hope” titled “Torn And Frayed”(4.16); It also marks Erica Durance’s directorial debut and she’s excited about the challenge, “I’m excited about the prospect of directing. It gives you another perspective into the production and it requires a lot of preparation outside of being a lead actor.” Check it out.
“Torn And Frayed” (4.16)
Air date: Thursday, Feb. 4 @ 10/9c on CTV
A stretched-thin Dr. Alex Reid (Erica Durance) teams up with Dr. Cassie Williams (Kim Shaw) when a young woman is admitted with abdominal bruising. When it becomes clear that her injuries might have been the result of domestic abuse, Alex and Cassie must overcome not only an increasingly domineering spouse, but an increasingly reluctant victim, to get their patient the help she needs. In the OR, a run-away pacemaker puts the life of a patient on the line and forces him to reconsider the new lease on life he’s adopted, while Dr. Dawn Bell (Michelle Nolden) also struggles to move on as she tries to get passed her broken relationship with Lane Berkley (Shaun Benson, DEFIANCE: THE LOST ONES) by painting her office. In the E.R., after a night to remember for all the wrong reasons, Nurse Jackson Wade (Joseph Pierre) seeks medical attention from Dr. Maggie Lin (Julia Taylor Ross) for a neurological symptom.
“Saving Hope” airs Thursdays in a new timeslot, 10/9c PM on CTV.