Doctor Gemma Foster's life is about to be torn apart. She's a talented family doctor at the heart of her community, a loving wife and mother, a woman people can trust. But her world is fractured the moment she suspects her husband, Simon, of having an affair. Determined to discover the truth. Gemma (Suranne Jones) unearths dark secrets that threaten everything she loves. As her life and the lives of her patients and family are thrown into chaos, only one thing is certain - Gemma will find herself behaving in ways she could never have imagined...
I watched the first 3 episodes, but all the time it was just more of the same. A woman wondering what her husband had been up to. Dull.
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Doctor Foster - a gripping series
- Doctor Foster: Series 1 review by EG
Having watched the the first episode I stayed up far too late to watch two more, straight away! Betrayal by, and the duplicity of, apparently loving spouses, friends and colleagues are dominant themes throughout, forcing the betrayed into the actions she takes. I should not have liked to have been a patient at her surgery!
Admittedly I've only just finished watching the third episode and I still have the remaining two to go but I must saw so far I have been gripped, it is an absolute television treat.... I definitely think it is the best mini series I've watched since Happy Valley. I can't wait to see how it all ends!