One Born Every Minute

  • 2010
  • TV Show
  • None

Bringing you unprecedented access to a maternity unit that sees the drama and emotion from the perspective of the parents-to-be and the maternity ward staff.

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Nurses to the Rescue Season 2, Episode 10 Free

An unplanned pregnancy forces a young father to learn how to be a supportive spouse. And, with her second baby coming fast, one mom is forced to face a painful delivery without the help of an epidural.

A Welcome Blessing Season 2, Episode 7 Free

A petrified teenager turns to her boyfriend for guidance as she faces the delivery of her second baby and a couple of youthful forty-something's are forced to grow up in a hurry when their delivery takes a terrifying turn.

The Rocky Road to Parenthood Season 2, Episode 2 Free

A recovering drug addict has the opportunity to prove that he's a new man, while an emotional couple faces a nerve-wracking delivery.

Knockout Delivery Season 2, Episode 1 Free

Two grandmas battle it out to the end as they stake their claim to their new grandson, while one dad is ecstatic to meet his new playmate.

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Dr. Gaiser Checks In
Dr. Gaiser checks in with Nicole to see if she will agree to a C-section or if she wants to wait and see if the baby's position will change, in this b (more…)
Meeting the Parents
Susan, a second-time surrogate mom, and her husband Mark meet the Swiss couple who will become parents to the newborn baby, in this bonus scene from e (more…)
Picture Time
Donna takes pictures of Rochelle and Corene before the delivery, in this bonus scene from episode 2 of "One Born Every Minute."
Chase Meets His Baby Sister
Kara and Kyle's son Chase meets his baby sister for the first time, in this bonus scene from episode 4 of "One Born Every Minute."

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  • Premiered: February 9, 2010
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: Bringing you unprecedented access to a maternity unit that sees the drama and emotion from the perspective of the parents-to-be and the maternity ward staff. (more)

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