Deliver Me

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  • 2008
  • 3 Seasons
  • 8.2  (20)

Deliver Me is a documentary-style television show that follows the lives of three OB/GYNs - Christopher Allison, Allison Hill, and Yvonne Bohn - as they navigate the joys and challenges of pregnancy and childbirth with their patients. The show aired on Discovery Health from 2008 to 2009.

Each episode focuses on a handful of patients, from first-time moms to experienced mothers giving birth to their fifth or sixth child. The doctors are shown working closely with these women throughout their pregnancies, offering advice, performing ultrasounds and prenatal tests, and ultimately delivering their babies.

The show offers a unique look into the world of obstetrics and gynecology, providing an intimate portrayal of the relationships that form between doctors and patients. We see the doctors guiding their patients through the ups and downs of pregnancy, from the excitement of hearing a fetal heartbeat for the first time to the anxiety of facing a potential high-risk pregnancy.

One of the things that sets Deliver Me apart from other medical shows is its focus on the emotional side of childbirth. The doctors are shown providing comfort and support to their patients, often holding their hands or offering words of encouragement during labor and delivery. We see the relief and joy on the mothers' faces as they hold their newborns for the first time, as well as the tears of sadness and grief after a difficult delivery or a devastating pregnancy loss.

Deliver Me also addresses some of the more controversial topics surrounding childbirth, such as natural birth vs. medical interventions, and the debate over vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC). The doctors offer a range of perspectives on these issues, and we see them working with their patients to make informed decisions that are right for them and their families.

Throughout the series, we also get glimpses into the personal lives of the doctors, from their own experiences with childbirth to their relationships with their families and colleagues. We see them juggling the demands of work and home life, and we witness the sacrifices they make to be there for their patients around the clock.

Overall, Deliver Me is a touching and informative series that sheds light on the complexities and beauty of childbirth. Through the stories of these three dedicated doctors and their patients, we see the power of human connection and the importance of compassionate care in the field of obstetrics and gynecology.

Deliver Me is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (27 episodes). The series first aired on March 4, 2008.

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Inside Job
10. Inside Job
October 28, 2009
The cameras go behind the scenes when Robyn, one of the producers of 'Deliver Me', decides to share her own first pregnancy with the viewing audience. While she hopes all will go smoothly, a rare complication puts her pregnancy on the razor's edge.
Back on Board
9. Back on Board
October 20, 2009
On her first day back from maternity leave, Dr. Bohn delivers twins that have to go to the NICU after birth due to complications. A 42-year-old new mom tries to avoid a pre-term delivery caused by high blood pressure.
Whatever Works
8. Whatever Works
October 13, 2009
Dr. Bohn is on her maternity leave. Meanwhile, pregnancy difficulties may be caused by an incompetent cervix.
The Doctor Delivers
7. The Doctor Delivers
October 6, 2009
Karen's pregnancy is the second she'll share on-camera, but this baby show veteran gets a shock when her baby suddenly stops growing and may need to be delivered early. Nurse Debbie and husband Christian are also expecting their second baby.
Holding Fast
6. Holding Fast
July 21, 2009
Heidi dreamed of having three children but after good luck with her first two babies, she experienced a string of devastating losses. Refusing to give up her dream, she's now 33 weeks into her third pregnancy.
Out of Control
5. Out of Control
July 14, 2009
As she nears the delivery of her second child, Russian folksinger Julia breaks into song to help fight the pain of labor. When Yvonne reaches a critical milestone in her own pregnancy, the fears that have been mounting surface full force.
To The Mat
4. To The Mat
July 7, 2009
Facing challenges during child birth, Priscilla wants to avoid a C-section with her second child. Cerise wants to deliver her first baby without medication. Sara's Senegalese husband breaks tradition to be in the delivery room, and Yvonne faces bed rest.
Stitch in Time
3. Stitch in Time
June 30, 2009
A patient with cervical incompetence is treated by Dr. Hill. Meanwhile, a new mother is finally cleared to leave the hospital after 50 days of ordered bed rest.
Saying Goodbye
2. Saying Goodbye
June 23, 2009
A detailed account of the pregnancy of an accountant; a mothers second child may be born on the same day as her first child.
High Hopes
1. High Hopes
June 16, 2009
One mother discovers she's expecting twins, while another petite mother worries whether her baby will be tall like the six-foot, three-inch father. Meanwhile, Dr. Bohn finds out the sex of her baby.
Where to Watch Deliver Me
Deliver Me is available for streaming on the Discovery Health website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Deliver Me on demand at Discovery+, Amazon Prime, Philo, FuboTV and Discovery Life.
  • Premiere Date
    March 4, 2008
  • IMDB Rating
    8.2  (20)