Save My Life: Boston Trauma to Premiere This Weekend

The first episode will focus on a shooting in Charlestown.

Save my Life: Boston Trauma, one of the two new reality shows focusing on the Boston medical community, is set to premiere this Sunday, July 19.

The six-part series will go behind the scenes at some of Boston’s top hospitals, including Boston Medical Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, to show the aftermath and treatment of real-life trauma cases. The first episode will follow the stories of two young men shot on Charlestown’s Main Street, a nursing student hit by a car, a mother with two broken legs, a man involved in a motorcycle accident, and a police officer with a dislocated kneecap.

In a statement, Executive Producer Terence Wrong said the cases featured on Save My Life showcase Boston hospitals’ expertise:

“Even for an experienced team like ours, we were stunned by some of the heart-pounding medical miracles we saw performed,” said executive producer Terence Wrong. “With half a dozen famous hospitals, Boston is a city of medical excellence like no other.”

Save My Life will air Saturdays at 10 p.m. on ABC. Meanwhile, ABC’s other new reality show tracking Boston healthcare workers, Boston EMS—a show focused on the city’s first responders—will premiere Saturday, July 25 at 9 p.m.