When I was a kid I used to watch House, M.D. with my family. We always watched the episodes that on TV, they didn’t follow an order. At the end of 2014, we bought the box. After my mother finished watching all the episodes (yes, my parents love House), it was my turn.
House will follow the story of the brilliant but arrogant Gregory House, the head doctor of the department of rare and special cases. House commands a medical team and together they will investigate cases that no other doctor could find a solution.
House is arrogant and doesn’t mind his words, so he says all that everyone would like to say. His brilliance and sarcastic jokes are contagious, impossible to not fall in love with the anti-hero. Also, the secondary characters are very well developed. Each one has a different personality which contrasts and even contributes to House’s. In addition, House, M.D. is a series that can explore very well the emotions. The show gives us funny moments, sad, joy and even anger in a way that just a few series can.
I love some characters, and although I don’t like a few, I understand the importance of them. The final two episodes of the 4th season, my favourite, were one of the best season finales I’ve ever watched. The series finale is not far behind, it was entirely consistent with the series and the character and I can not imagine a better ending.
House, M.D. showed how the pain can change and affect a person’s life and forces it to do things. Because of its incredible characters and story, House is one of my favourite series of all times. Created by David Shore, the show aired from 2004 to 2012, having 8 seasons.