Saved (TV series)

Created by David Manson
Starring Tom Everett Scott
Omari Hardwick
Elizabeth Reaser
Tracy Vilar
Michael McMillian
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) David Manson
David Nevins
Brian Grazer
Producer(s) Matthew Carlisle
Stephen Hegyes
Shawn Williamson
Barry Pullman
Cinematography Barry Donlevy
Kramer Morgenthau
Editor(s) Peter C. Frank
Lisa Bromwell
Michael Ruscio
Running time 44 minutes
Production company(s) Sarabande Productions
Brightlight Pictures
Imagine Television
Fox 21
Original network TNT
Original release June 12 – September 4, 2006 (2006-09-04)
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Saved is a medical drama television series, which was broadcast on TNT in 2006. The series was created by David Manson.

The series was premiered on June 12, 2006. The pilot episode, "A Day in the Life", received 5.1 million viewers.[1] The Hollywood Reporter was the first to report that Saved would not be renewed by TNT,[2] followed by various other sources, contradicting reports by the Internet Movie Database that Saved season 2 would begin on TNT with the episode "Epidemic" on March 5, 2007.[3]


Saved tells the story of Wyatt Cole, a Portland, Oregon, paramedic with a rough past and a history of compulsive gambling. The series follows the ups and downs of Cole's life, from the adrenaline rush he receives from his busy 24-hour shift to the chaotic personal decisions he makes.


Tom Everett ScottWyatt Cole
Omari HardwickJohn "Sack" Hallon
Elizabeth ReaserAlice Alden, M.D.
Tracy VilarAngela De La Cruz
Michael McMillianHarper Sims


No. Title Directed by Written by Original air date
1"A Day in the Life"Darnell MartinDavid MansonJune 12, 2006 (2006-06-12)

A paramedic med school drop out answers calls while dealing with family, romance, and gambling pressures.

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2"The Lady & the Tiger"John David ColesDavid MansonJune 19, 2006 (2006-06-19)

A call turns out to be Wyatt's old college roommate, Alice is pressured to make a decision by Daniel, and Sack's son spends time with him at work.

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3"Living Dead"Dean WhiteJoseph DoughertyJune 26, 2006 (2006-06-26)

Wyatt and Sack deal with strange calls on a night with a full moon, and Wyatt is forced to deal with his father when he covers a shift in the ER.

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4"Fog"Darnell MartinAnn Lewis HamiltonJuly 3, 2006 (2006-07-03)

Wyatt's attempts to teach Sack poker result in a bad bet, dense fog engulfs the city causing delays, Angela and Kroll's feud rises to a new level, and Wyatt goes behind Sack's back to get help for his son.

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5"Family"Stephen T. KayJohn MankiewiczJuly 10, 2006 (2006-07-10)

Wyatt's brother steps into the gap left by Wyatt and plans their father's 60th birthday celebration. Sack interviews at a private school for his son, and Angela and Harper have to make some hard decisions.

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6"Cowboys & Independents"Alex ZakrzewskiKira ArneJuly 17, 2006 (2006-07-17)

Wyatt deals with a new boss, while Ally deals with her boyfriend's daughter. Sack's son is accepted into private school.

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7"Who Do You Trust?"Stephen T. KayBarry PullmanJuly 24, 2006 (2006-07-24)

Wyatt tries an appeal to his father when Lexi's condition worsens, Kroll goes Big Brother in the rigs, and Sack worries about meeting his son's tuition.

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8"Secrets and Lies"Arvin BrownArla Sorkin MansonJuly 31, 2006 (2006-07-31)

Things are still tense between Wyatt and Sack when they're called to a shooting, and a gang leader doesn't want the victim taken to the hospital. Alice's mother shows up unexpectedly, and Angela and Harper learn things about each other

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9"Triage"John David ColesDavid Manson & John MankiewiczAugust 7, 2006 (2006-08-07)

When a bomb destroys a health clinic, Cole comes in off-duty to help and encounters a pregnant victim.

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10"A Shock to the System"Dean WhiteJoseph DoughertyAugust 14, 2006 (2006-08-14)

Repercussions from the bombing rescues are unexpected, Angela may have returned to work too soon, and a trauma counselor speaks with the LifeShield employees.

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11"Code Zeros"Stephen T. KaySpeed WeedAugust 21, 2006 (2006-08-21)

Wyatt and Sack are held hostage by morphine addicts who hijack the ambulance. Angela becomes a dispatcher while her leg heals.

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12"Tango"John David ColesAnn Lewis HamiltonAugust 28, 2006 (2006-08-28)

As depositions loom, Sack picks fights with Wyatt and explores other jobs. In the meantime, Angela has issues at home, and Harper ponders continuing his education.

Songs featured in this episode:

  • Luis Vinicio E La Sua Orchestra Tipica Argentina - Gelosia (Jealousy)
  • Submarines - Love and Hate
  • Nas - Bridgin the Gap
  • 5 Alarm Music - Tango Flambe
13"Crossroads"David MansonJohn MankiewiczSeptember 4, 2006 (2006-09-04)

The threat of sale becomes real for LifeShield, and everyone faces major decisions - both personally and professionally

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The show does not have an opening theme, usually only displaying the show logo briefly a few seconds after the show starts. The rock-oriented soundtrack accompanying the show, music supervised by Gary Calamar, has been well received by critics.

International showing

In the United Kingdom, the show was broadcast by The Hallmark Channel on 15 October at 21.00 and BBC.

In Australia, Saved was telecast on pay-TV Foxtel from early January 2008, at 8.30pm on a Saturday night. It was also telecast on free-to-air Channel Seven from June 10, 2009, at midnight.

In Italy, Saved was broadcast on Italia 1 from 12 September to 13 November 2007.


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