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  • Title: コード・ブルー
  • Title (English): Code Blue
  • Tagline: ドクターヘリ緊急救命 /Doctor Heli Kinkyuu Kyumei
  • Tagline (English): Doctor Heli - Emergency Lifesaving
  • Genre: Medical drama
  • Broadcast network: Fuji TV

Season 1

Code Blue ~Doctor Heli Kinkyuu Kyumei
  • Episodes: 11
  • Viewership rating: 15.6 (Kanto)
  • Broadcast period: 2008-Jul-03 to 2008-Sep-12
  • Air time: Thursday 22:00
  • Theme song: HANABI by Mr.Children

Synopsis

If it can be treated one second earlier, the heart might start beating again.
If there is one extra helicopter, another life in danger may be saved.
If one more life can be saved, the Japanese medical community may regain trust.
There are more lives in this country that can be saved.

The "Doctor Helicopter" system was legalized in Japan in June 2007. A medical team is dispatched to the patients on a helicopter to provide medical care in the field as soon as possible. One day, four young physicians are assigned to this latest medical system. The doctors experience traumatic medical situations, deal with personal ambitions, witness the fragility of life, and they grow personally and professionally. --Fuji TV

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Episode Information

Episode Subtitle Kanto Kansai Nationwide
01 Decision 21.2 20.2  ??.?
02 Responsibility 16.0 16.2  ??.?
03 Sudden Change 16.0 16.2  ??.?
04 Mother's Love 13.2  ??.?  ??.?
05 The Past 15.7  ??.?  ??.?
06 Unconditional Love 15.6  ??.?  ??.?
07 Confession 10.8  ??.?  ??.?
08 Unavoidable Decision 13.4  ??.?  ??.?
09 Broken Bond 15.8  ??.?  ??.?
10 Wavering Heart 14.9  ??.?  ??.?
11 Life and Death 19.5  ??.?  ??.?
Average -- 15.6  ??.?  ??.?

Source: Video Research, Ltd.

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Special

Code Blue Special
  • Viewership rating: 23.1 (Kanto)
  • Broadcast date: 2009-Jan-10
  • Air time: 21:00-23:10
  • Theme song: HANABI by Mr.Children
  • Insert songs: Kaze to Hoshi to Moebius no wa & Koe by Mr.Children

Synopsis

After their suspension from the tunnel incident, the four interns: Aizawa, Shiraishi, Hiyama, Fujikawa together with nurse Saejima, are back on Shohoku's Emergency Medical Services. But as soon as their return, Kuroda suddenly handed his resignation. While, on the other hand, a train in Chiba had a major accident. How will they be able to manage the situation without Kuroda's supervision? --written by Aiscess

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Season 2

Code Blue Season 2
  • Episodes: 11
  • Viewership rating: 16.6 (Kanto)
  • Broadcast period: 2010-Jan-11 to 2010-Mar-22
  • Air time: Monday 21:00
  • Theme song: HANABI by Mr.Children

Synopsis

It has been one and a half years since Aizawa Kosaku, Shiraishi Megumi, Hiyama Mihoko and Fujikawa Kazuo were assigned to Shoyo University's North Hospital. They have only three months left of their fellowship programme (specialised training programme) to be flight doctors and each of them have come to the crossroads where they have to think of their lives after graduation. Aizawa, who has only one relative – a grandmother currently in a nursing home, starts having doubts about his duties and cannot find a clear direction for his future. Meanwhile, Shiraishi Megumi is unable to forget the past. She had caused their former teacher, Kuroda Shuji, to have his right arm amputated. Then Tachibana Keisuke, a veteran flight doctor, takes up a new post. He has been put in charge of certifying the fellowship programme which will decide their future. -Jdrama Weblog

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Episode Ratings

Episode Ratings
(Kanto)
Ratings
(Kansai)
Ratings
(Nationwide)
1 18.8  ?  ?
2 17.1  ?  ?
3 17.2  ?  ?
4 16.2  ?  ?
5 16.5  ?  ?
6 15.1  ?  ?
7 15.9  ?  ?
8 15.3  ?  ?
9 16.6  ?  ?
10 16.8  ?  ?
11 16.6  ?  ?
Average 16.6  ?  ?

Source: Video Research, Ltd.

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External Links




Spring 2008 Fuji TV Autumn 2008
Last Friends Thursday 22:00 Kaze no Garden




Autumn 2009 Fuji TV Spring 2010
Tokyo DOGS Monday 21:00 Tsuki no Koibito

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