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The Knick trailer

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The bad news is that we have the trailer for a new medical drama (yeah, we know, groan) but the good news is that it's directed by Steven Soderbergh, it stars Clive Owen and it's set in 1900.

So in other words, it's definitely not Grey's Anatomy.

A new trailer for The Knick, the much-anticipated new show that marks Soderbergh's increased work on the small screen after his big screen retirement, has dropped and it's worth getting all excited over. It follows the gruesome progress made at Knickerbocker Hospital in New York as doctors pushed the boundaries of medicine.

A slight warning, there's a bit of blood in this trailer because, you know, it's about a hospital and that.

The Knick hits TV this summer

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