Joshua Jackson Is a Sinister Surgeon in Bone-Chilling Dr. Death Trailer

Duntsch's surgical history is called into question, he remains shockingly unbothered. "Perfect," the surgeon confidently responds. Duntsch snaps back, "I don't have complications."
This is not entirely true as fellow surgeons Robert Henderson (Alec Baldwin) and Randall Kirby (Christian Slater) soon become privy to Duntsch's track record. Case in point: The doctor lets a patient bleed out after shutting down a surgical assistant's warning. Christopher Duntsch in the new Peacock original Dr. Unfortunately, as the surgeons move to take the deadly doctor down, they face roadblocks along the way.photosCraziest True Crime TV Moments"Duntsch has two deaths," Dr. When asked if there were any complications, Jackson as Dr. Death. class=”article-detail__title article-detail__title–speakable”>Joshua Jackson Is a Sinister Surgeon in Bone-Chilling Dr. See the first trailer.By Alyssa Ray May 17, 2021 7:02 PMTagsTVAlec BaldwinJoshua JacksonChristian SlaterAnna Sophia RobbTrue CrimePeacockNBCUWatch: The Truth Behind Our Obsession With True Crime StoriesThe terrifyingly true tale of a dangerous doctor. Christopher Duntsch (Joshua Jackson), a Dallas-based neurosurgeon with a history of gross malpractice. Death. In fact, he arrogantly notes at one point, "You take my license in Texas; there's an entire world out there." "How was the patient?" an administrator later asks. "Texas has executed people for less."
However, as Dr. Death TrailerTake a closer look at the terrifyingly true story of Dr. And, as the new trailer below teases, the sinister surgeon's destructive streak is far more terrifying than anyone could've imagined. On Monday, May 17, Peacock released the first trailer for their highly anticipated limited series Dr. Kirby is seen saying to the district attorney. The new crime drama, which is based off Wondery's hit podcast of the same name, follows the bone-chilling story of Dr.