NBC Orders ‘St. Denis Medical’ Mockumentary Pilot From Simon Heuer, Eric Ledgin and Justin Spitzer

NBC has ordered a new mockumentary pilot called “St. Denis Medical” from writer and executive producer Simon Heuer, executive producer Eric Ledgin, and creator and executive producer Justin Spitzer. The show is a comedic take on the inner workings of a hospital and is set in the struggling St. Denis Medical Center.

The mockumentary format has gained popularity in recent years, with shows like “The Office” and “Parks and Recreation” gaining a large following. “St. Denis Medical” looks to follow in the footsteps of these successful shows by bringing humor and satire to a workplace environment.

The pilot will feature a talented cast, including Ryan Hansen as the lead character, Dr. Denis Quinlan. Hansen is best known for his roles in “Veronica Mars” and “Party Down.” Other cast members include Ana Ortiz, who will play the hospital’s head nurse, and Tim Bagley, who will play the hospital’s administrator.

The show promises to deliver a unique perspective on the healthcare industry, with a comedic edge. It will focus on the daily struggles faced by the staff of St. Denis Medical Center, as they work to keep the hospital running despite budget cuts, staff shortages, and other challenges.

The pilot has yet to receive a release date, but fans of the mockumentary format and workplace comedies are eagerly anticipating the premiere. With a talented cast and experienced writers and producers, “St. Denis Medical” has the potential to be a standout addition to NBC’s lineup.

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