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FOX's 'The Mob Doctor' Gets Its Trailer Attached to 'Dark Knight Rises'

July 20, 2012 (8:53 am) GMT
The preview that plays in front of the Batman film shows Jordana Spiro who juggles her day job at a hospital and an onslaught of mob-related demands.

FOX is going full throttle in promoting its new series "" by putting a trailer for the show in front of "" screenings. The preview has now made its way out online, showing Grace Devlin, a top resident at Chicago's Roosevelt Medical Center, who is torn between being loyal to the physician's oath and obeying the orders of a mob whom she owes her debt to.

Grace is hailed one of the country's most promising young surgeons. To pay off her brother's life-threatening gambling debt, she agrees to work "off book" for the mafia men she once despised. During the day, she must deal with the emotionally compelling cases at Roosevelt Medical, but in her other vastly different world, she must juggle an onslaught of mob-related demands, including operating in mob-sanctioned locations, removing bullets from dead bodies.

"My Boys" alumna takes the lead role, with William Forsythe playing the mob boss Constantine. stars as Grace's blue-blooded boyfriend Dr. Brett Robinson, while James Carpinello plays her ex-boyfriend Franco, who is also Constantine's right-hand associate.

The crime drama series will air every Monday at 9/8c starting September 17 on FOX.



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