Take a new crop of fresh-faced doctors, stick them in the jungle, and what do you get? If you're watching ABC, you get the new medical drama Off the Map, created by Grey's Anatomy producer Jenna Bans. And while these newbie docs are eager to prove themselves, they clearly have their work cut out for them. After all, they're working in a tropical third-world country -- and while there may be no such thing as malpractice in the jungle, their nearest pharmacy is the jungle, and the ailments range from adventure tourism snafus (stingray to the leg, anyone?) to tuberculosis.
Off the Map premieres Wednesday night at 10/9c on ABC, but you can catch this first act from the pilot now. So tell us: will you tune in for the chance to see Zach Gilford after his run on Friday Night Lights, to catch a glimpse of Meryl Streep's daughter, Mamie Gummer, as a young infectious disease specialist, or to watch the possible love connection between the doctors (our money's on Lily Brenner and Ben Keeton, played by Caroline Dhavernas and Martin Henderson)?