He’s rigid, surly, tactless and self-centred but he’s the only doctor in Portwenn. Even on his own wedding day, Dr Martin Ellingham can’t raise a smile but following a suitably disaster-filled honeymoon, he and Louisa must learn to live together, raise a child and manage both their careers as best they can. It’s a big adjustment for them especially Martin, unaccustomed as he is to clutter and noise.
Martin Clunes returns as Dr. Martin Ellingham, the eminent physician with a nasty disposition in this uproarious fish-out-of-water Britcom. In eight new episodes, all of the series' regular cast members return as the quirky inhabitants of Portwenn, with mischief and maladies sure to rile the famously brusque GP. As the series begins, wedding bells are ringing in Portwenn for the doc and his long-suffering love interest, Louisa Glasson. Will they finally tie the knot, or will the villagers have to put the confetti back in the box again?
Dr. Martin Ellingham (Martin Clunes, Men Behaving Badly) is brilliant, dedicated, and highly efficient. He's also brusque, abrasive, and terrified of blood. Once a successful London surgeon, he's now a GP in the idyllic Cornish fishing village of Portwenn, where he's every bit as eccentric as the villagers he serves. With his terrible bedside manner, he has insulted everyone in town several times over. His relationship with Louisa (Caroline Catz, Murder in Suburbia) seems dead in the water. And he faces fresh challenges: The town's new constable has narcolepsy. Martin's beloved aunt Joan is aging. His receptionist, Pauline, is bored. He's also being pursued by a hypochondriac hotelier, much to Louisa's dismay. All of which make the good doctor even grumpier-and his antics even funnier.
After his wedding day disaster, Dr. Martin Ellingham (Martin Clunes, Men Behaving Badly) is even grumpier and ruder than before. His former fiancee, Louisa (Caroline Catz, Murder in Suburbia), has left the village to avoid embarressment. The doctor himself plans to return to London as a surgeon--if he can conquer his fear of blood. But it's hard to leave a place as charming and full of eccentric characters as Portwenn.
Matters quickly become complicated when Louisa moves back with startling news. Meanwhile, Martin's old flame, Edith Montgomery (Lia Williams), takes a job at the local hospital and sets her sights on the doc. Sparks and rumors fly as patients crowd his office: a shouting oil rigger, the inept local constable, a woman who sees her dead husband's ghost, and a man who eats his own hair. Facing all this, will Doc Martin leave Portwenn after all?
As a hard-charging London surgeon, Martin Ellingham (Martin Clunes, Men Behaving Badly) didn't need a bedside manner. His patients were unconscious, so he could be as rude and arrogant as he pleased. All that changes when he develops a crippling fear of blood and is forced to give up surgery. Now a GP in a sleepy, picturesque Cornish fishing village, Doc Martin offends everyone in town, including the one person he wants to impress, beautiful teacher Louisa Glasson (Caroline Catz, Murder in Suburbia). Getting her attention proves even more difficult when Louisa's old flame returns to the village and becomes his new rival. Martin Clunes shines in this award-winning comic drama set amid eccentric townsfolk and spectacular scenery. As the doctor says, "It's good to be loathsome."
Fatherhood hasn't softened Dr. Martin Ellingham (Martin Clunes). He's about to take a new job in London when events conspire to keep him in Portwenn. His infant son needs a name, his replacement isn't up to the job, and he receives devastating news.
Make an appointment with the brilliant but socially awkward and neurotic Doc Martin (Martin Clunes). When Martin develops an aversion to blood, he abandons his career as a celebrated London surgeon and becomes the only doctor in a sleepy small town where his tactless manner soon has the whole town in an uproar.
The series follows Doc Martin as he turns his back on life as a celebrated London surgeon and moves to a sleepy Cornish village to become the local doctor.
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