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'Trauma' -- for the viewers, definitely

TraumaThe Hollywood writers' strike has been over for more than a year now, but Trauma seems to be some sort of final shot across the studios' bow: See, guys, this is what a show would look like if you tried to make it without screenwriters.

Midair chopper collision! Massive freeway pileup! Gas-tanker explosion! Midair tracheotomy! Bullit-style car chase through the San Francisco hills! No intelligible dialogue! No discernible plot! No viewers! The death of network television! Chaos! Mass cannibalism! Cancellation of the Emmys! Read my full review in Monday's Miami Herald.


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