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Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. (2021)

Comedy | Family 
Rayting:   5.4/10 798 votes
Country: USA
Language: English

Lahela "Doogie" Kamealoha is a teenaged wunderkind juggling her high school life with an early medical career.

Episode Guide

Season 1

October 27, 2021Episode 8 Talk-Story
October 20, 2021Episode 7 Mom-Mentum
October 13, 2021Episode 6 Career Babes
October 6, 2021Episode 5 Dunk Cost
September 29, 2021Episode 4 Lahela & Stitch
September 15, 2021Episode 2 Love Is a Mystery

Best Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

September 22, 2021star8.5 25 votesS1E3 License To Not Drive
September 15, 2021star8.0 43 votesS1E2 Love Is a Mystery
September 8, 2021star7.7 97 votesS1E1 Aloha – The Hello One
September 29, 2021star7.5 7 votesS1E4 Lahela & Stitch
October 6, 2021star0.0 0 votesS1E5 Dunk Cost
October 13, 2021star0.0 0 votesS1E6 Career Babes
October 20, 2021star0.0 0 votesS1E7 Mom-Mentum
October 27, 2021star0.0 0 votesS1E8 Talk-Story

Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. Trailer

User Reviews

macisizemore 10 September 2021

Absolutely LOVED it! As an original Doogie fan, I was little concerned that this would turn out terrible... but I was so wrong. I also loved how they didn't reboot Doogie and gender bend. (Nothing against either of those, they are just doing it too much anymore) They even mentioned Doogie as a being a tv show and not a real person that she's named after. I think that made all the difference. And the casting! Such a good job. I don't think anyone could have played it better. (Well, besides Neil Patrick harris) It was funny, and heart warming, and I just over all enjoyed every bit of it. I think her love interest would be way better if it was the kid she was crazy about in Andi Mack though. Lol.

My suggestion is ignore the stars and the reviews here and watch it. If you hate it, you hate it. If you don't, you don't. Some of these reviewers are middle aged and trying to critique these kids shows for being too immature or, well, age appropriate. It is still designed for kids. 🤷‍♀️

crimsontkd 8 September 2021

Being born and raised in Hawaii, this first episode was amazing to watch. All the little connections to Hawaii that us locals will understand was awesome to see. I thought the actors did an amazing job. I was a big fan of Andi Mack so seeing Peyton in this role was not hard for me. She does an amazing job portraying Doogie. Emma Meisel as her best friend was so fun. She's got this energy that is great to watch and she's funny. Jason Scott Lee as the Dad is every local boys dream of doing what they love for a living and he's awesome in this role. Kathleen Perkins is amazing as always and as Dr. Clara Hannon, it's no different. Also love that another local boy Matt Sato got an opportunity to play a role in this show as Doogie's older brother. All in all, a great first episode that made me laugh, cry and smile. Can't wait to see more. 🤙🏼

metdvls-1 9 September 2021

Worst remake on the planet. Disney thinks putting "Doogie" in the name it will get adults to watch with their kids. Why just bring Neal Patrick Harris back instead.

jnminota 12 September 2021

As usual Disney is too lazy to be creative and come up with something original.

Windrider6 9 September 2021

The target audience is clearly 18 years-old and under. Extreme medical heroics and jargon from a 16 year-old to impress that audience, then simplistic teenage clichés to appeal to them.

Connecting this show to "Doogie Howser, M. D." in any way was a mistake because it brought the attention of adults like myself who were fans of the original show. The original show had appeal to a wider age range, since it did not focus primarily on teenage banality.

dreamingwolf-01253 9 September 2021

I don't know why there is so much hate. It's only aired 1 episode and it wasn't bad. I do believe the episodes should be longer though.

estehl 8 September 2021

Lots of cliches and forced dialog. Maybe they'll grow into it.

cafetico 11 September 2021

Don't believe the haters. It's only been one episode. This could be a really great show. My wife and I never watched the original show so it's fun to be able to watch this together, plus we love all we've seen of Hawaiian culture (from afar, we've never had the fortune to travel there.)

mgentalen 10 September 2021

Let me start and say, the original Doogie wasn't great, but it was fun and watchable. Now with that, if Disney wanted a medical show just create a family medical show. This isn't Doogie Hauser, well, it is, but isn't. This is more of Grey's Anatomy, minus the love scenes for kiddies.

You know how the original Doogie was played by the legend NPH? This is by a 16 year old girl, taking place in Hawaii, with a female friend instead of a funny little boy. Remember too when Doogie ended the show on his Apple, this incarnation she uggh, uses Tik Tok.

Let's break down something just in the Pilot that would never happen. Doogie is taking her Driver's test, Dad is in the car (why?), sees a person laying by the side of the road, bleeding. She stops, runs to the patient and starts working on this injured woman. Cops then let a 16 year old girl heel her? I know this is FICTION, but come on, make it somewhat believable!

I hate how Disney is " re creating" or " re Imagineering" these franchises for a new, younger audience. Here is a secret, she is called Doogie only because she is young, as I had said, this is a waste of the IP.

challen86 9 September 2021

Not sure why everyone in Hollywood insists on rehashing old hits. They were hits for a reason and their success cannot be duplicated. This is teenage dribble with very little to keep the fans of the O. G. Doogie interested.

sheilasoss 10 September 2021

I actually very much enjoyed this show. I do not understand why the negative ratings. I didn't expect to be emotionally attached to the characters like I did - her taking the "Doogie" name is incredibly touching.

joshuavogel79 16 September 2021

I have nothing against Peyton Elizabeth Lee. The problem is that she is just the wrong choice for the role of Doogie because she doesn't look nearly young enough to make the premise of the show work.

Neil Patrick Harris as Doogie Howser worked because he LOOKED LIKE A CHILD he was 16 when the show started, but he could have passed for 12. That's where all the humor and tension and drama of the original show came from.

Lee looks young, sure, but not so young as to be distressing when she offers medical expertise. She could easily pass as a generic 20-something.

With this original sin, the show never had a prayer.

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