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'Dr. Death' trailer shows Joshua Jackson play Christopher Duntsch

June 15 (UPI) -- Peacock is giving a glimpse of the new series Dr. Death. The streaming service shared a trailer for the crime drama Tuesday featuring Joshua Jackson as Dr. Christopher Duntsch, a real-life neurosurgeon who was accused of maiming or injuring multiple patients. The preview shows surgeons Robert...
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Dr. Death: Joshua Jackson Thriller Gets Peacock Premiere Date

Peacock has quite the treat for us this summer. The streaming service has announced that its highly-anticipated new drama series Dr. Death will be available to stream Thursday, July 15. Based on Wondery’s hit podcast, Dr. Death is inspired by the terrifying true story of Dr. Christopher Duntsch (Joshua Jackson),...
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A Complete Timeline of Joshua Jackson and Jodie Turner-Smith’s Whirlwind Romance

Still swooning! Joshua Jackson and Jodie Turner-Smith quickly fell head over heels for each other — and their love keeps getting stronger. The Vancouver native and the British actress sparked rumors of a romance after they were “all over each other” at Usher‘s 40th birthday party in October 2018. A source told Us Weekly at the time that the pair looked “super smitten” with one another and “danced together the whole night.” One month later, they were spotted holding hands on a casual coffee date in Los Angeles.

Joshua Jackson Praises Wife Jodie Turner-Smith on Twitter — Before She Corrects His Typo

Joshua Jackson is so full of love for wife Jodie Turner-Smith, he can't be bothered with little things like spelling and grammar. The Dawson's Creek alum, 42, shared some love for the mother of his child on Twitter Saturday. "Can I just take the moment to not [sic] that my wife has been absolutely smashing the photo shoot game this year," he wrote.

Joshua Jackson Gets an English Lesson From Wife Jodie Turner-Smith on Twitter Praise Post

Since their relationship began in 2018, Joshua Jackson and Jodie Turner-Smith have been the definition of couple goals. The lovely duo got married in 2019 and welcomed their first child, a daughter, in 2020, and they have managed to keep the flirting going despite settling down. Jackson was hyping up Turner-Smith on Twitter over her latest performance as the second ill-fated wife of Henry VIII in the miniseries Anne Boleyn, tweeting "Can I just take the moment to not that my wife has been absolutely smashing the photoshoot game this year."

Peacock's Dr. Death: What We Know About The Limited Series Starring Joshua Jackson

The doctor will see you now. Based on the hit Wondery podcast, Peacock's Dr. Death is a promising new limited series that's inspired by the disturbing rise and fall of Dr. Christopher Duntsch, a once-promising rising surgeon with a body count and some potentially dangerous intentions. It might give a whole new meaning to the term "sawbones." Starring Joshua Jackson as our devious doctor, along with Alec Baldwin, Christian Slater, and AnnaSophia Robb in prominent supporting turns, Dr. Death is one of the latest attempts to bridge the gap between popular podcasts and prestigious television. If it works, it could be the major hit series that the streaming service is looking for, especially in a competitive market.
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Joshua Jackson Is a Sinister Surgeon in Bone-Chilling Dr. Death Trailer

The terrifyingly true tale of a dangerous doctor. On Monday, May 17, Peacock released the first trailer for their highly anticipated limited series Dr. Death. The new crime drama, which is based off Wondery's hit podcast of the same name, follows the bone-chilling story of Dr. Christopher Duntsch (Joshua Jackson), a Dallas-based neurosurgeon with a history of gross malpractice.

Dr. Death Trailer: Joshua Jackson Is a Killer Surgeon in Peacock Miniseries

You might not guess it by looking at him, but Joshua Jackson‘s Christopher Duntsch is one of Dallas’ most dangerous residents. In the newly released trailer for Peacock’s limited series Dr. Death, Jackson (The Affair) plays the real-life neurosurgeon who began as a charismatic rising star in the Dallas medical community… until everything changed.