Bodies (2004)

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Bodies is an award-winning British television medical drama produced by Hat Trick Productions for the BBC. Created by Jed Mercurio, the series began in 2004 and is based on his book Bodies. In December 2009, The Times ranked Bodies in 9th place in its list of "Shows of the Decade". The Guardian has ranked the series among "The Greatest Television Dramas of All-Time".

  1. Jed Mercurio


Series Cast

  1. Max Beesley

    16 Episodes

  2. Patrick Baladi

    Patrick Baladi

    16 Episodes

  3. Keith Allen

    Keith Allen

    16 Episodes

  4. Tamzin Malleson

    Tamzin Malleson

    16 Episodes

  5. Simon Lowe

    Simon Lowe

    16 Episodes

  6. Susan Lynch

    Susan Lynch

    16 Episodes

  7. Vicky Hall

    16 Episodes

  8. Preeya Kalidas

    16 Episodes

  9. Hattie Morahan

    16 Episodes

  10. View More

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Last Season


Season 2

2005 | 10 Episodes

Season 2 of Bodies premiered on September 18, 2005.

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Status Ended


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Type Scripted

Original Language English


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