Fans of classic soap opera, tomorrow is not to be missed if you get Retro TV in your area!
That is because Retro TV brings back NBC’s The Doctors with two episodes each weekday starting on Monday, September 29th!
The network will air two episodes Monday through Friday at 12 p.m. ET/PT, and the story will pick up when the show went to color from black and white in in 1967. As soap fans know, The Doctors debuted in 1963 and ran until 1982!
Set in Hope Memorial Hospital in the fictional New England city of Madison, The Doctors centers on the hospital’s Chief of Staff Dr. Matthew Powers (James Pritchett) and his dedicated team. The daytime drama ran for 19 years, spanned 5,280 episodes and won several Daytime Emmy Awards including: Outstanding Drama Series (1974), Lead Actor (James Pritchett, 1978) and Lead Actress (Elizabeth Hubbard, 1974).
Now after the jump watch this very kitschy and fabulous promo featuring some of the memorable stars and upcoming scenes from The Doctors! Are you excited to see some of the classic episodes again, if you get Retro TV in your area? Share your thoughts below!