- A qualified doctor recently headed online to point out a local TV show's medical blunder
- In a number of screenshots, the show appears to have gotten a number of medical facts bizarrely wrong
- South Africans swiftly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the matter
A local qualified doctor recently discovered that some South African TV shows were displaying utterly incorrect medical facts on their shows and so she headed online to share her discovery with her fellow South Africans who were as taken-aback as she was.
"What show(s) is this? I hope they are happy with themselves. Is there a reason why South African medical shows and shows with medical scenes don't hire proper qualified medical advisors?"
Many of her fellow South Africans were just as concerned as she was and headed to the comment section where they shared their thoughts about the situation. Read a few of their comments below:
"I heard they hired a qualified doctor as a consultant to make sure such things don't happen, negama lakhe ngiyalazi but anginayo imali yabameli."
"All her productions are pathetic! Yet she keeps bagging the prime time spot."
"I’ll never forget the first episode, the matron of nurses was training the doctors. I was done from there."
Briefly News also reported US celebrated movie producer Tyler Perry has received extreme ridicule after fans noticed avoidable blunders in his new release, A Fall From Grace. The movie which premiered on Netflix has disappointed a lot of his fans as they said it was cheap and had ridiculous mistakes.
The movie is about a lady indicted for murdering her husband but her lawyer tries to find out if there was any conspiracy against her. Fans went on Twitter calling out Tyler Perry for a shoddy job, asking that he allocates a better budget to future projects and avoid low-budget ones.
Some of the most notable blunders include a scene where a character receives a text message but the phone screen shows a screenshot. Another mistake involves the main character, Grace, whose wig size changes from one shot to the other appearing both bigger and smaller.
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