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Alan Zenuk | USA Network Tom Ellis stars as Dr. William Rush in "Rush."
TV preview: Medical drama is a big ‘Rush’
First Published Jul 16 2014 01:12 pm • Last Updated Jul 16 2014 04:51 pm

"Rush" is not your average doctor show. Dr. William P. Rush (Tom Ellis) is hard-living, hard-partying and handsome. He’s a "medical fixer" to Los Angeles’ rich and famous. He cares for billionaires, baseball players and gang members at $20,000 a pop, cash up front. It’s sort of a much-darker version of USA’s "Royal Pains," and it gets off to a promising start.

Watch » 10 p.m. Thursday, USA

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