Hugh Laurie returns to his Golden Globe winning and primetime Emmy Award nominated role as Dr. Gregory House in House: Season Five! House pushes new boundaries in medicine while dealing with emotional chaos as personal and professional boundaries blur in all 24 episodes from the compelling fifth season. Featuring guest appearances by Primetime Emmy Award winner Zeljko Ivanek (Damages), Mos Def (The Italian job) and Carl Reiner (Ocean's 13).
House is the best drama on television, and this season is no exception. House's eccentricities make this show very easy and enjoyable to watch. no matter whether you have seen this season before, you still need to own it on dvd because it has great replay value, the episodes never get old.
This show has a very well written plot, great storylines and a great cast. well worth watching!
When we heard House was coming on TV we decided to watch mostly because we were intrigued at the idea of a British actor in an American television programme, and we hadn't seen Hugh Laurie since his days as Bertie Wooster. One viewing was enough to hook us, and it wasn't just Hugh Laurie's magnificent performance. The storyline was something we hadn't come across before. Occasionally we feel a programme is a bit too much like the one before (a character collapses mysteriously and House and his team spend the rest of the programme coming up with a diagnosis) but mostly the producers add enough "spice" to keep viewers hooked. House is definitely addictive!
We started watching House mainly out of curiosity because we hadn't seen Hugh Laurie since his performances as Bertie Wooster and we were intrigued at a British actor appearing in an American television series. We were immediately hooked, partly because nothing like this had ever been done on television. The other thing that hooked us, of course, was Hugh Laurie's amazing performance. The producers of House made him work extremely hard for his living with long series (far longer than anything coming from Britain) and very little rest between series. As if having to adopt an American accent, putting on a limp, dealing with a crutch or walking stick and remembering all those medical terms wasn't enough for an actor to cope with! Sometimes the storylines were a bit much of "same thing as last time" (with the focus being on someone mysteriously collapsing and the rest of the programme dealing with a diagnosis) but mostly the producers managed to add enough spice to the mix to keep viewers coming back for more. And we all did. House is addictive!
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