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Doctor’s Diary is a German-Austrianmedical drama, that aired for three seasons from 2008 to 2011 on RTL in a coproduction with ORF. The focus of the series is the young doctor Margarete "Gretchen“ Haase, who wants to make a career in a hospital. It was directed by Bora Dağtekin and shown from the June 23, 2008 to February 14, 2011 on German television, RTL Television.
In Canada, it was shown starting August 31, 2010 on Séries+ television. In France, from June 8, 2011 on TF1 television  and starting March 31, 2013 on HD1 television.
One week before her wedding to her fiance Peter, Gretchen Haase's world falls apart. She returns to Berlin to her parents' house where her father, Professor Franz Haase, makes a suggestion that she applies for an assistant doctor position in surgery at the hospital where he works. Following up on his suggestion, she meets her old school crush Dr. Marc Meier, who works as the head of surgery at the hospital. During their schooldays, he never wasted a day in making her life difficult and never returned her affection. Now as they meet again, he promptly starts to tease her again, this time about her weight, which she is very sensitive about.
Diana Amft (VF : Micheline Tsiamalis) : Margarete "Gretchen (en VO) / Meg (en VF)" Haase
Florian David Fitz (VF : Alexandre Crepet) : Marc Olivier Meier
Kai Schumann (VF : Sébastien Hébrant) : Mehdi Kaan
Peter Prager (VF : Jean-Michel Vovk) : Frank Haase