Trauma (Canadian TV series)
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||5|
|No. of episodes||42|
|Original network||Ici Radio-Canada Télé|
|Original release||January 5, 2010 – present|
Trauma is a Canadian French language television medical drama series, which premiered January 5, 2010 on Ici Radio-Canada Télé. The series is set in the trauma unit of the fictional Hôpital Saint-Arsène in Montreal, Quebec.
- Isabel Richer : Julie Lemieux
- Gilbert Sicotte : Antoine Légaré
- Jean-François Pichette : Mathieu Darveau
- James Hyndman : Pierre Meilleur
- Christian Bégin : David Roche
- Pascale Montpetit : Diane Hevey
- Stéphane Demers : Julien Léveillée
- Laurence Leboeuf : Sophie Léveillée
- Yan England : Étienne Labrie
- Catherine de Léan : Caroline Lemelin
- Maxime Le Flaguais : Éric Lanoue
- Alice Morel-Michaud : Julie Lemieux (as child in flashbacks)
For each season, all soundtrack music for the series has been provided by a noted pop singer from Quebec, who has recorded cover versions of famous pop and rock songs. Music was recorded by Ariane Moffatt in the first and second seasons, Pascale Picard Band in the third, Martha Wainwright in the fourth and Cœur de pirate in the fifth season.
- "Trauma – Le côté sombre des médecins". Rue Frontenac, December 7, 2009.
- "Une fin de saison déchirante". Le Journal de Montréal, March 9, 2010.
- "A la découverte du nouvel album “Trauma” de Pascale Picard Band". Info-Culture, February 21, 2012.
- "Au tour de Martha Wainwright". canoe.ca, February 26, 2013.
- "Coeur de Pirate Covers the Rolling Stones, Amy Winehouse, Bon Iver for New 'Trauma' Soundtrack". Exclaim!, December 10, 2013.
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